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  • Qualified Immunity Shouldn't Qualify To Continue
    Qualified Immunity Shouldn't Qualify To Continue

    We have a 7th Amendment U.S. Constitutional right to a jury trial. Such a right should, in theory, provides protection from a government gone wild and without accountability. Alas, in theory, when the ...

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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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  • 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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  • Criminal Trial Continued For Turkey Businessman Accussed of Violating US Sanctions Against Iran
    Criminal Trial Continued For Turkey Businessman Accussed of Violating US Sanctions Against Iran

    Turkish Gold trader, Reza Zarrab, was criminally charged for allegedly handling money on behalf of the Iran government as well as entities from Iran. His alleged actions were in violation of the ...

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  • Alex Jones' Political Views on Trial in his Custody case-in part
    Alex Jones' Political Views on Trial in his Custody case-in part

    Alex Jones Political Views During Custody Trial On-air radio personality and political commentator Alex Jones has been going through a custody battle with his ex-wife, Kelly Jones. The case involves ...

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  • Whether Or Not To Take The Stand
    Whether Or Not To Take The Stand

    Whether or not the defendant should take the stand in their trial is a tough decision. It is inevitably the decision of the defendant. It is not the court’s decision or the lawyer’s decision. ...

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