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The Antifa movement has garnered a lot of attention as of late.  What is Antifa? Antifa in America have become an increasingly controversial topic of conversation over recent years as their prominence has grown. Antifa has a simple meaning: Anti-Fascist.  The name Antifa exploded in the media after the recent clashes with Neo-Nazi’s and White […]

“Excessive bail shall not be required…” Eighth Amendment to the US Constitution.  Even so, this very moment, approximately 450,000 people who have not been convicted of a crime are being held in U.S. jails. Many of them are there simply because they cannot afford to pay for their release. As detailed below, bail is inherently […]

Many people often associate the phrase “domestic violence” with physical abuse. Once a person claims to be a victim of domestic violence, we readily conjure up images of that individual being on the receiving end of slaps, punches and other forms of physical abuse. While it’s true that physical violence is directly related to domestic […]

The probation report filed in this case was correct that petitioner was entitled to the actual credits in the amount of 743 days for the days he spent at home under house arrest, wearing an ankle monitor, during his pre-trial confinement. In People v. Anaya (2007) 158 Cal.App.4th 608, the court stated that “Section 1203.016 […]

Attorney Jay Leiderman is the guest on the second ever Commander X radio show: Commander X Speaks on PLF Radio Check it out:  http://localleaks.me/plf/CXS12812.mp3 Topics include legal analysis of the recent conviction of “Weev” and “Nerdo” and the new indictment of Barrett Brown.   Feds: Homeless hacker ‘Commander X’ arrested Christopher Doyon, a 47-year-old homeless man, […]

 

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