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New Law Punishes Websites for Human Trafficking Crimes

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Punishment for Human Trafficking Crimes The problem with modern human trafficking in the United States and around the globe has reached an epidemic level and in response, lawmakers continue to update and enact new laws to combat the issue. Recently, President Trump signed the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA) into law. The law targets online sex traffickers and makes it possible for prosecutors and...
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Top Three Reasons You Need an Attorney before Talking to Law Enforcement

If you have been arrested and you are being questioned by law enforcement, they will do whatever is legally permitted to get a confession. Their number one goal is to solve the crime and they want to accomplish this as efficiently as they can, so they can move on to the next case. Unfortunately, there are times when this pressure leads to innocent people being accused of crimes they did...
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Why You Should Never Talk to Law Enforcement Officials without Consulting an Attorney

  Anyone who has seen a television drama based on law enforcement and judicial proceedings knows how intense things can get “in the interrogation room.” In many ways, these situations are not an exaggeration. Law enforcement officials will take whatever legal means necessary to extract a confession from a suspect. Their job is to solve a crime and to do it as efficiently as possible. Unfortunately, this has resulted in...
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Criminal Defense: Study Questions Reliability of Witness Recall

By David Lindsey Attorney of David Lindsey, Attorney at Law posted in Criminal Defense on Friday, October 5, 2012. A recently published study in the Journal of Neuroscience may affect the witness cross-examination by criminal defense teams at trial; it calls into question the validity of witness recall, citing research that demonstrates the way brain networks alter the way an event is remembered. http://www.mdavidlindsey.com/Criminal-Defense/ The Northwestern University Feinberg School of...
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Criminal Defense News: Supreme Court Reverses Murder Conviction

By David Lindsey Attorney of David Lindsey, Attorney at Law posted in Criminal Defense on Wednesday, February 29, 2012. In an 8-1 ruling favorable to criminal defense, the Supreme Court has reversed a New Orleans murder conviction based on so-called "Brady Violations" by the prosecutors in the case. Chief Justice Roberts delivered the opinion, in which all the Justices except Justice Thomas joined him. Juan Smith was convicted on five...
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Recorded Jail Phone Calls May be Used in Court

By David Lindsey Attorney of David Lindsey, Attorney at Law posted in Criminal Defense on Tuesday, October 25, 2011. The Second Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals has ruled that an inmate's phone call to relatives with instructions for his attorney does not fall under the protection of "attorney-client privilege". The court has found that, because the inmate knew that his calls were being recorded, he did not have...
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Colorado marijuana dispensary is scene of alleged 12-hour robbery

On behalf of David Lindsey, Attorney at Law posted in Criminal Defense<. on Wednesday, September 21, 2011.   In Norwood, Colorado, two to three men allegedly raided a medical marijuana dispensary. According to police reports, the men held three individuals against their will by binding them with duct tape and threatening to kill them if they tried to contact the police. All three victims were subjected to multiple forms of...
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Colorado boy accused of killing parents sent to juvenile detention

On behalf of David Lindsey, Attorney at Law posted in Criminal Defense on Wednesday, September 7, 2011. A 13-year-old boy from Burlington, Colorado, has been accused of shooting his parents and stabbing two of his younger siblings. The parents were found dead in March, and the two siblings were severely injured but managed to survive. The 13-year-old boy, whose name has not been disclosed because of his age, has decided...
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