Another issue of Postcards from Lawyers.
Don’t believe law enforcement officers when they tell you that you’ll be rewarded for your honesty
That’s right. I defend alleged criminals for money.
Make your story very simple! Don’t confuse the jury! We repeat these mantras over and over again. To our colleagues, we say things like “Well, yeah, but do you think a jury would understand that?” The trial attorney is constantly worrying that the poor uneducated peons on his or her jury just won’t understand his…
Apparently, police officers tased a man yesterday just for trying to propose to his maybe his girlfriend . . . My theories are 1) he was really really high on drugs, 2) this is her way of breaking up with him, 3) the gays really have ruined marriage. Lets look for clues to find the answer! Clue…
Sometimes doing good can be bad.
Looking for a new criminal nickname or defense strategy? This week’s Bitter News delivers.
Deceptive trade practices of movie trailers, plus real-life superheroes, occupational hazards of defense lawyers, and a taco is not a valid ID.
That’s right, I said it, I want to be a criminal defense attorney and work with juveniles as a criminal attorney/legal advocate as well.