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Jay Leiderman quoted in the Daily Dot 25 August 2016.  Jay is a frequent commentator in various forms of media.  He is regarded as an expert in the computer fraud and abuse act (CFAA) codified at 18 USC 1030. Here’s how much prison time the Leslie Jones hackers could face if they’re caught (Jay Leiderman […]

Avoid the pitfalls of hiring the wrong attorney; learn how to hire a great criminal defense lawyer Encountering the criminal justice system can be one of the most challenging and stressful periods of your life.  Selecting the right criminal defense lawyer for yourself or a friend or family member can be one of the most […]

COUNT 17 MUST BE DISMISSED FOR LACK OF EVIDENCE OF THE MEXICAN MAFIA’S SPECIFIC INTENT TO COMMIT AN ASSAULT WITH A FIREARM. Count 17, if not dismissed for want of overt action, should be dismissed on the alternative basis that the prosecutor failed to present evidence on the element of specific intent.  Count 17 alleges […]

MULTIPLE MEXICAN MAFIA CONSPIRACY COUNTS SHOULD BE DISMISSED FOR LACK OF EVIDENCE OF ANY OVERT ACTS BEYOND MERE PLANNING OR AGREEMENT. In California, the crime of conspiracy has four elements: “(1) an agreement between two or more people, (2) who have the specific intent to agree or conspire to commit an offense, (3) the specific […]

HAVING A BAILIFF STAND BEHIND THE DEFENDANT WHILE HE TESTIFIES VIOLATES THE STATE AND FEDERAL CONSTITUTIONS In People v. Hernandez, (2009) 175 Cal. App. 4th 940, the defendant testified in his Assault with a deadly weapon trial.  He was in custody.  The bailiff took up a position standing directly behind the defendant while the defendant […]

 

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