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If you are falsely accused of a crime quickly hire an experienced criminal defense attorney.  That attorney can help defend you such that accusations do not turn into false criminal charges and a wrongful conviction ending in years or decades of unjust prison time.   The frightening truth is that anyone can be falsely accused […]

Driving under the influence (DUI)’s or driving while intoxicated (DWI)’s are no laughing matters which put people at a deathly risk on the road. Yet, hordes of people each year continue to drive drunk or high, and many are convicted. According to Statistic Brain, around 1,500,000 people are arrested annually just for drunk driving. This […]

On 20 July 2000, the state court of appeal for the Fourth District announced its opinion in People v. Giardino, 82 Cal.App.4th 454 (2000), holding that Penal Code section “261(a)(3) proscribes sexual intercourse with a person who is not capable of giving consent because of intoxication.” Id. at 462.[1] Thus, it was perfectly clear as […]

A client that is seeking to flee the jurisdiction must be advised of the consequences of flight — including being tried, convicted and sentenced in absentia and losing all appellate rights under the fugitive disentitlement doctrine.  See In re Ivker, BD-2004-034 (Mass. 2004): “While helping a client concoct perjurious testimony is a direct fraud on […]

Hacktivist’s Advocate: Meet the Lawyer Who Defends Anonymous  LUKE ALLNUTT OCT 3, 2012 http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2012/10/hacktivists-advocate-meet-the-lawyer-who-defends-anonymous/263202/ As a lawyer not particularly immersed in the technology world, Jay Leiderman first became interested in the hacker collective Anonymous around December 2010. That was when Anonymous activists launched distributed denial of service attacks (DDoS) against Mastercard and PayPal, who stopped […]

 

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