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The law is altered since the earlier decision, no res judicata

In Mathura Prasad Bajoo Jaiswal and Ors. v. Dossibai N.B.

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"It's OK, She Is Gonna Be 16 Soon": Dallas Man Arrested For Statutory Rape For 15-Year-Old Wife

Jose Nahun Lopez-Cruz, 24,  appears to follow a rather flexible view of the criminal code.  When police approached him while illegally parking, Lopez-Cruz introduced them to his 15-year-old wife but assured the officers that “It’s OK, she is gonna be 16 soon.” It didn’t. 76 more words


Jennifer Mouzis, Esq.

Title: Attorney at Law
Company: The Law Office of Jennifer Mouzis
Location: Sacramento, California, United States

Jennifer Mouzis, Esq., Attorney at Law at the Law Office of Jennifer Mouzis, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in criminal law.

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Criminal Justice

Federal Judge Orders L.A. Times To Remove Information Of A Plea Agreement From Published Articles

In one of the most troubling orders issued by a court in years, U.S. District Judge John F. Walter issued an order on Saturday to the Los Angeles Times to remove information from an article describing a plea agreement between prosecutors and a Glendale police detective.  821 more words


Proposed changes to sentencing laws for assaults on emergency workers before the Victorian Parliament

Following public reaction to the decision in DPP v Warren and Underwood VCC 689 (see No gaol time for defendants who assaulted Victorian Paramedic (May 18, 2018)) the Victorian government announced there would be changes to the sentencing regime for people convicted of assaulting emergency workers – see Daniel Andrews MP, Premier, … 1,838 more words

Criminal Law

Minnesota Murderer Runs For U.S. Senate From Prison

The one thing that you can say about Leonard Richards, 75, is that he is not your ordinary politician.  Where politicians often run on putting people into jail on a tough-on-crime platform, Richards started with himself and is currently serving a life sentence in a Minnesota prison. 119 more words


A Wise Man Once Said: Nothing At All

Author: Eric S. Thistle

Most people know, or have heard, that they have the “right to remain silent” when being questioned by law enforcement officers.  But what does that actually mean, and when should someone invoke this right? 547 more words

Maine Law