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Most people work hard day in and day out for the ability to relish in the fruits of their labor. However it is unfortunate that some take advantage of those hard workers by soliciting them out of their hard earned money with online fraud scams. Scammers access the oblivious in a plethora of different ways, […]

Anon on the run: How Commander X jumped bail and fled to Canada One fugitive’s epic tale. by Nate Anderson – Dec 11 2012, 8:25am PST   “You scared?” asks the fugitive in the camouflage pants as he sidles up to our pre-arranged meeting point in a small Canadian park. He wears sunglasses to hide his eyes and a broad-brimmed […]

Prior to trial, petitioner believes, the court warned the defense attorneys something to the effect of: “This trial is not going to be about police and prosecutorial misconduct.”  The defense was on notice that their entire case plan of putting the system on trial was not to be presented to the jury.  Thus, petitioner was […]

Protest Speech and the Digital Revolution The unpolished draft of the op-ed written for the Guardian There is no weapon on the planet more powerful than speech.  In recent years, the digital revolution has led to new and unique ways for people to express themselves.  Speech has flourished around the globe, and brought the world […]

A ten-year delay due to attorney misrepresentations was excused by the appellate court in In re Grunau, 169 Cal.App.4th 997 (2008). The court in part said that “it does not lie in the state’s mouth to object to relief, since it has in a sense warranted the attorney’s competence by issuing him a license.” Id. […]