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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 […]

Matthew Keys, former deputy social media editor for the Reuters news agency, represented by lawyer Jay Leiderman was convicted Wednesday for his role in a conspiracy to hack Los Angeles Times and Tribune Co. servers. *** Keys’ attorney, Jay Leiderman, said they will appeal after Keys’ sentencing, which is scheduled for Jan. 20 in Sacramento. […]

THE HUMAN DIGNITY OF THE ACCUSED, AND THE FUNDAMENTAL DIGNITY OF THE COURT REQUIRE THAT DEFENDANT APPEAR WITHOUT RESTRAINTS AT TRIAL, ABSENT MANIFEST NECESSITY TO SHACKLE Many years ago, Blackstone wrote “though under an indictment of the highest nature, [the defendant] must be brought to the bar without irons or any manner of shackles or bonds, unless […]

Congress Violated the Equal Protection Clause and Exacerbated Racial Disparity When it Reaffirmed the Federal Sentencing Disparity for Powder to Crack Cocaine, Nation’s Criminal Defense Bar Tells Federal Appeals Court (“In an amicus curiae brief filed on December 18, 2014 in Davis v. United States Sentencing Commission, an appeal of a dismissal of a petition […]