Posts filed under: Criminal

  CORTE SUPREMA:  POLICIA NECESITA OBTENER UNA ORDEN ANTES DE REGISTRAR UN TELEFONO CELULAR * Una gran victoria para Acusados y Defensores Criminalistas Abril 7, 2017 Mientras que la administración Trump lanzaba acusaciones falsas de escuchas telefónicas , el Congreso...
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April 7, 2017 SUPREME COURT: POLICE CELL PHONE SEARCHES REQUIRE A WARRANT  Big win for criminal defendants and Criminal Defense Attorney in unanimous ruling While the Trump administration was throwing false accusations of government wiretapping, Congress voted to allow private Internet service...
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Santa Clara County Judge Aaron Persky is facing a mounting angry public over his “light” sentence for Stanford University student, Brock Turner for having raped an unconscious college student. According to the New York Times, Judge Persky received threats against...
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In the 1980’s Flavor Flav enjoyed wealth and fame as a rapper. Nowadays, if you believe internet gossip articles, not only is he a DUI defendant, but he’s broke, washed up, and blew his millions on a cocaine habit. Who...
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Last week I posted an article on my Facebook business page, www.facebook.com/your1stdefense, about a recent news item. Khairullozhori Matanov, a 24-year-old cabbie, had had dinner with the bombers the night before, and had deleted his browser history after he went...
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The most decorated Olympian, EVER (with 22 gold medals), Michael Phelps got a DUI recently, and suffered a 6 months’ suspension from his professional job, at USA Swimming. He loses his monthly stipend. He will no longer be on the...
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It was recently reported that a Texas man, David Barajas, had recently been tried for murder, and found NOT GUILTY of shooting to death the DUI (drunk driver) driver who ran into and killed two of his sons on a...
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The Huffington Post yesterday published an article about the public’s right to film, photograph and record the police while they work in public. Apparently, many people don’t know about this right, including police officers themselves. In fact, the NY police...
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Last week Concord Teacher Joseph Martin’s defense attorney compared the criminal child sexual abuse charges to the Salem Witch trials. Of course, his defense attorney is putting on an aggressive, spirited defense, and I admire that. By all accounts, no...
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