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Arrested For Murder? Must Know the Crucial Facts

If you were to be accused of a crime, for example, arrested for murder or robbing a bank, you would need to hire a well-experienced and professional criminal lawyer. 364 more words

Criminal Charges in Houston Require Smart Lawyering

Each time a young person is arrested in Houston for a prosecutable offense, they should consider seeking out the services of a top criminal defense lawyer… 440 more words

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Complicity and willfulness in the Trump-Cohen saga

Michael Cohen’s guilty plea and colloquy in federal district court this week has fueled much commentary and speculation about the President’s own personal criminality.  I want to simultaneously amplify the concerns about President Trump’s potential criminality and also urge some caution. 1,098 more words

When Honesty Dies ...

Yes folks, the President of the United States is a criminal. But many knew this before he ever took office. The Office of the President of the United States has been irrevocably tarnished and denigrated. 672 more words

Pinkerton liability in the Special Counsel's probe

The Special Counsel’s recent indictment of 12 Russian military intelligence officers, combined with the news that Michael Cohen could inform federal prosecutors that President Trump knew of the infamous June 2016 Trump Tower meeting in advance, has created a flurry of media speculation about the President’s potential crimes in connection with the last presidential election.  944 more words

Somebody Please Take His Pardon Pen?

What do these two men have in common?

They are both bigots and haters, they have both broken the law, and they are both so well-loved by Donald Trump that he has used his pardon pen to exonerate them of any wrongdoing.  900 more words

Political Commentary

Federal jurisdiction and criminal justice in the Sooner State

The Supreme Court granted certiorari this week in Royal v. Murphy, a case at the intersection of federal jurisdiction, American Indian Law, and the death penalty.  1,153 more words