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The presumption of innocence should continue through appeals.

While the rights to due process, appeals, access to courts, etc. are carried all the way to the top, the presumption of innocence, strangely, is not.  According to appellate court decisions*, the presumption of innocence disappears upon appeal after conviction. … Continue reading

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New technology enables easier crime scene recreation.

ATLANTA, GA — March 22, 2015 — Lawyers will soon have an incredible new opportunity to demonstrate – in real time – facts and theories that previously required a good imagination. The paths of gunshots can be recreated in the air right … Continue reading

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So, you want to fight Child Support? Here’s the Sweat case.

DISCLAIMER: I support child support that is fair & reasonable, but when I see judges talk about what you “could” or “should” make, it’s time for some change. Throw a monkey wrench into the system – appeal, appeal, appeal – the … Continue reading

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Are Cobb County Sheriff’s Deputies breaking the law? You decide (6/20/2013)

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MARIETTA – (6/21/2013) – Two frantic scenes emerged around the Courts at Marietta Square just yesterday.  The rush to find a bail jumper was on in front of the courts while a rush to avoid press attention of a possible … Continue reading

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Washington Supreme Court creates a new career – Limited License Legal Technician

“Protecting the monopoly status of attorneys . . . is not a legitimate objective.” – Page 7, Paragraph 2 of the Washington Supreme Court’s new ruling gets to the very core of why people cannot afford legal services, and explains … Continue reading

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