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A special holiday time JL Law avatar for my special clients, potential clients, friends and folks that one day will be friends.  Attorney Jay Leiderman and the staff at Jay Leiderman Law wish you all the best!     Attorney Jay Leiderman and all the staff at Jay Leiderman Law, California State Bar Certified Criminal […]

http://voicerussia.com/radio_broadcast/70924886/114960376.html  Afternoon Show   →   Opinion: Manning trial is about ‘the public’s right to know what their government is up to’ Tags: Politics, Interviews, US, Wikileaks, Bradley Manning Rob Sachs Jun 3, 2013 14:56 WASHINGTON — The Bradley Manning trial began Monday at Fort Meade, MD. In February, Manning pleaded guilty to lesser charges that could result in 20 years behind bars, but […]

Trial Counsel failed to do any investigation into the mitigating facts of this case.  There was no evidence of good character or mental illness provided to the court. Petitioner’s trial attorneys failed to raise any issue about petitioner’s mental health at any time.  This would have served to explain the context in which these crimes […]

This article examines Andrew “weev” Aurenheimer’s case in between his conviction and his victory on appeal.  He was convicted of aggravated identity theft and sentenced to 41 months in federal prison.  He served 19 months before his release after his appeal.  weev, via his company “Goatse Security” found a gaping hole in AT&T’s original iPad […]

“The Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment denies States the power to deprive the accused of liberty unless the prosecution proves beyond a reasonable doubt every element of the charged offense.” In re Winship, 397 U.S. 358, 364 (1970). Jury instructions relieving States of this burden violate a defendant’s XIV Amendment due process rights. […]

 

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