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EVIDENCE CODE SECTION 352 CANNOT BE USED TO EXCLUDE EVIDENCE BASED ON SPECULATION AS TO ITS PREJUDICIAL IMPACT While the purpose of Evidence Code section 352 is to protect the defendant, the defense recognizes that the prosecution may be accorded some protection under Evidence Code section 352 from the use of prejudicial evidence with little […]

IN ORDER FOR THE DEFENDANT TO PREVAIL IN HIS MOTION TO DISMISS, HE MERELY HAS TO RAISE A REASONABLE DOUBT AS TO THE FACTS UNDERLYING THE DEFENSE; UPON DOING SO THE BURDEN SHIFTS TO THE PEOPLE TO ESTABLISH THAT THERE IS A REASONABLE LIKELYHOOD THEY WILL BE ABLE TO CARRY THEIR BURDEN AT TRIAL With […]

A PERSON IS A “QUALIFIED PATIENT” SO LONG AS PRIOR TO THE USE OF MARIJUANA HE RECEIVED A WRITTEN RECOMMENDATION OR ORAL APPROVAL FROM A PHYSICIAN; ONCE GIVEN, THE WRITTEN RECOMMENDATION OR ORAL APPROVAL DOES NOT “EXPIRE” Health and Safety Code section 11362.5 (d) states in pertinent: “…Section 11358, relating to the cultivation of marijuana, […]

Jay Leiderman interviewed on AnonUK Radio Replay – t0pG3ar Live – Global internet activist conversation.  The topic was Matthew Keys and the lessons and fallout from the case. Listen here to Jay Leiderman interviewed on AnonUK Radio by T0p and G3ar Journalist sentenced to 24 months in prison. A federal judge sentenced journalist Matthew Keys to […]

Make Your iPhone More Secure – 4 Tips to Keep Your Smartphone Safer With the recent event of FBI being able to crack into a smartphone without any help from Apple being all over the news, people can’t help but think if their smartphone is secure at all even if there is a passcode on […]

 

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