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Category Archives: False accusations

  We now live in a world where many victims of sexual assault are no longer afraid to accuse perpetrators and file charges against them. While this is a welcome development for those who were really sexually assaulted, it poses a problem for people who have been wrongfully accused of such a crime. As with […]

In American jurisprudence it suffices that the testimony of one witness who is believed is sufficient for a conviction.  The Bible disagrees.  The Bible says the following in Deuteronomy 19:15, as it relates to criminal inquests and prosecutions: “A single witness shall not suffice against a person for any crime or for any wrong in […]

SOME PEOPLE JUST WONT STOP SUING FOR NO REASON AT ALL OTHER THAN THEY ARE MISERABLE HUMAN BEINGS.  THEY ARE KNOWN AS VEXATIOUS LITIGANTS.  THIS IS A SHORT TREATISE ON NEW YORK LAW AND VEXATIOUS OR NUISANCE LITIGANTS. Much of this is taken from a post I wrote about New York vexatious and nuisance litigants […]

Some people just wont stop suing for no reason at all other than they are miserable human beings.  They are known as vexatious litigants.  This is a short treatise on New York law and vexatious or nuisance litigants. Disclaimer: none of this is legal advice, this is just the musings of an attorney that does […]

The Senator Ted Stevens case represented all the things that have come to embody the American Justice System as of late. Unjust arrest. False accusations, false charges. Governmental overreach. Prosecutorial overreach. Civil Right violations. Guilty until proven innocent. The threat of jail or prison. The deck stacked against the defendant – even if the defendant […]

 

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