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Along with basic criminal defense strategies—and tantamount to a viable defense—is the ability of every criminal defense attorney to conduct discovery on behalf of clients. In the state of Ohio, the general provisions and scope of discovery is governed by ORC 4901-1-16.
Posted by Brian Joslyn on 2.12.20 in Criminal Law. (OH)
In a criminal justice trial, the defense team could utilize various strategies to sway the jury. Legal defenses such as mistaken identity, false accusations, having an alibi, or being under some type of duress or imminent risk of harm can make a serious impact on a case and result in reduced or dismissed charges. Having a thorough understanding and executing of these legal practices can make a huge difference in a case. In this article, Brian Joslyn from the Joslyn Law Firm discusses these various legal defenses, what they entail and when it may be beneficial to use these strategies.
Posted by Brian Joslyn on 2.4.20 in Criminal Law. (OH)
Summary of the services Chudnovsky Law provides to international students.
Posted by Tsion Chudnovsky on 12.12.17 in Criminal Law.
October 30, 2017 5:30PM-9:05PM NJ Law Center, New Brunswick, NJ Please forward to any attorneys, prosecutors or judges you believe may be interested. Speakers: Kenneth A. Vercammen, Esq., Past Municipal Court Attorney of the Year Tara Auciello, Esq. William Brigiani, Esq. Gregory DeMichele, Esq. John Menzel, Esq. Norma M. Murgado, Esq. $170- $190 tuition depending on NJSBA membership Seminar # ICMCP150717 Location: New Jersey Law Center One Constitution Square New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Posted by Kenneth Vercammen on 8.1.17 in Criminal Law.
Handling Drug, DWI and Serious Cases in Municipal Court Seminar October 30, 2017 5:30PM-9:05PM NJ Law Center, New Brunswick, NJ Please forward to any attorneys, prosecutors or judges you believe may be interested. Speakers: Kenneth A. Vercammen, Esq. Tara Auciello, Esq. William Brigiani, Esq. Gregory DeMichele, Esq. John Menzel, Esq. $170- $190 tuition depending on NJSBA membership Seminar # ICMCP150717 Location: New Jersey Law Center One Constitution Square New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Posted by Kenneth Vercammen on 8.1.17 in Criminal Law.
Handling Drug, DWI and Serious Cases in Municipal Court Seminar October 30, 2017 5:30PM-9:05PM NJ Law Center, New Brunswick, NJ Please forward to any attorneys, prosecutors or judges you believe may be interested. Speakers: Kenneth A. Vercammen, Esq. Tara Auciello, Esq. William Brigiani, Esq. Gregory DeMichele, Esq. John Menzel, Esq. $170- $190 tuition depending on NJSBA membership Seminar # ICMCP150717 Location: New Jersey Law Center One Constitution Square New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Posted by Kenneth Vercammen on 8.1.17 in Criminal Law.
Attorney-client confidentiality, also referred to as attorney-client privilege, is one of the pillars of practicing criminal defense law in America. If there’s no attorney-client privilege, then it will be hard for lawyers to work with clients. The client may not feel comfortable revealing private information about their actions or circumstances - information that could be critical to a case. Let’s examine these important ethics and confidentiality.
Posted by Neal Davis on 2.20.17 in Criminal Law.
ABSTRACT: The new Spanish Jury Law (Ley del Tribunal del Jurado) foreseeing by article 125 of the democratic Constitution of 6 December 1978 was finally enacted by Organic Law 5/1995 of 22 May (partially amended by Organic Law 8/1995 of 16 November), after being constantly urged by the Spanish “Association For Trial by Jury” (Asociación pro-Jurado), with the backing of the Basque Parliamentary Group in the Spanish Congress. The history of the Spanish Jury starts with the liberal Constitution of Cadiz in 1812 under the influence of the French Constitution of Bayona of 1808, being present dur
Posted by GUSTAVO LOPEZMUÑOZ LARRAZ on 12.20.16 in Criminal Law.
ABSTRACT: The new Spanish Jury Law (Ley del Tribunal del Jurado) foreseeing by article 125 of the democratic Constitution of 6 December 1978 was finally enacted by Organic Law 5/1995 of 22 May (partially amended by Organic Law 8/1995 of 16 November), after being constantly urged by the Spanish “Association For Trial by Jury” (Asociación pro-Jurado), with the backing of the Basque Parliamentary Group in the Spanish Congress. The history of the Spanish Jury starts with the liberal Constitution of Cadiz in 1812 under the influence of the French Constitution of Bayona of 1808, being present dur
Posted by GUSTAVO LOPEZMUÑOZ LARRAZ on 12.20.16 in Criminal Law.
Contraband seized during a warrantless search of a motor vehicle was admissible because there was probable cause to believe that the vehicle contained contraband and exigent circumstances that justified the search.
Posted by Joseph Shemaria on 10.14.16 in Criminal Law.