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Blacks on the witness stand in Georgia in 1962: The Unsworn Statement Jay, I read your your twitter I was very interested in the one picture you posted about how slaves collecting the offering in church had to have one hand behind their back to keep them from stealing. Most jurors didn’t know about the […]

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. […]

Hearing scheduled in Andrew Luster’s appeal of rape sentence An attorney for convicted rapist Andrew Luster, an heir to the Max Factor cosmetics empire, said a hearing is scheduled for Dec. 17 to set dates and times when legal motions surrounding Luster’s appellate court issues will be heard. Attorney Jay Leiderman said Monday that Luster […]

Attorney Jay Leiderman discussed in the Washington Post concerning the Matthew Keys case “‘Beyond disgusting,’ says journalist Matthew Keys of his hacking conspiracy conviction” by Justin Wm. Moyer October 8, 2015, The Washington Post The crime seemed minor — maybe more like a prank. In December 2010, someone changed an article about tax policy on […]

Continuing postings of the media coverage on Criminal Defense Attorney Jay Leiderman and more on the Matthew Keys case “Journalist linked to Anonymous found guilty of 3 federal counts of hacking” by Cyrus Farivar / ArsTechnica Matthew Keys, a journalist, was found guilty on Wednesday of three counts of criminal hacking. He faces up to 25 […]

 

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