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  • Report on Eye Witness Unreliability
    Report on Eye Witness Unreliability

    A jury trial is underway. Tensions are high. Everyone in the courtroom is paying close attention to the prosecuting attorney and their star witness. The prosecutor asks the victim on the stand, “Can ...

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  • Part of Criminal Threat Statute Declared Unconstitutional by Kansas Supreme Court.  Major Impact on Cases.
    Part of Criminal Threat Statute Declared Unconstitutional by Kansas Supreme Court.  Major Impact on Cases.

    Part of Criminal Threat Statute Declared Unconstitutional by Kansas Supreme Court. Major Impact on Cases. As of 2019, the statute for criminal threat read: K.S.A. 21-5415. Criminal threat ; aggravated ...

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  • Potential False Positive Alcohol Readings on SCRAM Devices
    Potential False Positive Alcohol Readings on SCRAM Devices

    There are several different devices that test for alcohol concentration. As a Kansas criminal defense attorney I regularly deal with these instruments. For example, there are times when I have to ...

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  • Evaluations in Criminal Cases
    Evaluations in Criminal Cases

    Evaluations Can Help Your Case After years of representing clients charged with crimes, I’ve learned that the right evaluation can make a huge difference in a case. For example, there have been times ...

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  • Can The NFL Legally Punish Players For Kneeling Down During The National Anthem?
    Can The NFL Legally Punish Players For Kneeling Down During The National Anthem?

    Does the First Amendment’s right to free speech prevent the NFL from firing or punishing its players for kneeling down during the national anthem? No. Alas, the First Amendment to the US Constitution ...

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  • Billy Masters Sentenced and Phil Mickelson Avoids Prosecution
    Billy Masters Sentenced and Phil Mickelson Avoids Prosecution

    Yesterday, July 27, 2017, Billy Waters was sentenced to five (5) years in prison and a ten (10) million dollar fine. The sentencing is for his April convictions for wire fraud, conspiracy, and ...

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