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How did Jay Leiderman’s case, that of Commander X charged with a simple DDos protest on the County of Santa Cruz website, make it’s way to be the feature story of the September 2014 New Yorker magazine?   After 9 months of frequent calls, OTR encrypted chats, texts, emails and Skype sessions with author David […]

There is little in the way of treatment while incarcerated for criminal defendants that have drug or alcohol problems Often times, many people that suffer from drug or alcohol abuse addiction issues can find themselves in criminal related activities. Although many prisons or jails offer some sort of treatment for those willing to get help […]

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 […]

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. […]