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The Bill Cosby Case: Convicted by the Media

{3:45 minutes to read} Whether you’re a celebrity like Bill Cosby or a regular person, any time someone makes allegations involving potentially criminal behavior, it is scary. 529 more words

Criminal Defense

Jury Duty

The one thing I learned on the first day of jury duty is that people are idiots. This is not exactly a new revelation, but it is yet another reason to avoid the criminal justice system at all costs. 1,928 more words

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Dear Client: Start Now

Clients bring me their plan. The plan to convince the Court that the situation has changed; the client is new person.

The most significant hurdle for clients in this situation is themselves. 158 more words

Law

Dear Client: You need a plan

Clients work to persuade me that the client is ready for change. Having the right words is the first step toward convincing a judge that change is indeed on the horizon. 236 more words

Law

Egypt sentences 11 to death over deadly soccer riot

An Egyptian court on Tuesday confirmed death sentences for 11 defendants over deadly football riot in 2012 in Egypt’s Port Said.

The Port Said Criminal Court sentenced to death 11 defendants who have been charged with violence that caused the death of dozens of football fans in a case publicly known as the “Port Said stadium massacre.” 219 more words

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What is Janette Scharenborg Hiding .....

….. Behind her Troll Mask?

Over two weeks ago I posted this blog about The Kendal Mentalist exposing his trolling/abuse and harassment on Twitter.

Janette Scharenborg posted the following comment on the blog:- 954 more words

Court delays prompt push for full-time Spanish interpreters

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — “Access in the justice — the legal system is complex for anybody,” Mauricio Calvo, executive director of Latino Memphis, told WREG.

Calvo said the courts are often tougher for Hispanic people because of language barriers. 315 more words

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