Blog Posts in 2015

Man Sent to Prison Due to Faulty DNA Evidence

Driving down a street, a woman recognized the hat of a young man who had attacked her just five days prior. This random person wearing the recognized hat was 16 year old Josiah Sutton. She then ...
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Old Law May Be Used to Help Past Convicts Get New Start

Picture this: An ex-offender is released from jail. While in jail, they receive rehabilitation and are ready to live as a law-abiding, working citizen. They start by looking for a job, only to be ...
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County Officials Denying Same-Sex Marriage Licenses After Supreme Court Ruling

When the United States Supreme Court ruled on June 26 th, 2015 that same-sex couples were to be granted legal marriage rights across the country, controversy immediately sprang up in every corner of ...
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Detection Of Odor Of Marijuana Sometimes Not Even Possible

Over the years as a criminal defense attorney, I have often times heard a police officer testify to something like, “in my experience and training, I could smell the odor of marijuana.” ...
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Push For PBT

There are usually two separate breath tests used in a Kansas DUI investigation. One is the PBT and the other is the Intoxilyzer. The PBT test is the small portable breath test taken out in the street ...
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Kansas Subpoenas For Minors

When minors are involved in Kansas litigation, it changes numerous legal issues, such statute of limitation issues and how a case is captioned. The statute of limitations could potentially be extended ...
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