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Conducting Jury Trials by Zoom or Skype
Conducting Jury Trials by Zoom or Skype

Trial by jury is a quintessential part of the American justice system. Yes, it sometimes ends with some pretty controversial results, as with OJ Simpson, George Zimmerman, etc. But it is enshrined in our Constitution and most of us wouldn’t have it any other way. Me ...

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  • Conducting Jury Trials by Zoom or Skype
    Conducting Jury Trials by Zoom or Skype

    Trial by jury is a quintessential part of the American justice system. Yes, it sometimes ends with some pretty controversial results, as with OJ Simpson, George Zimmerman, etc. But it is enshrined in ...

    Read More
  • Firearm Rights in a National Disaster
    Firearm Rights in a National Disaster

    Is the right to bear arms limited by a national disaster, such as a pandemic? Certainly the freedom of travel and the right to peacefully assemble are curtailed. However, firearm rights in a national ...

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  • Border Arrests Expected for Shambhala Music Festival at Stevens County, Pend Oreille County
    Border Arrests Expected for Shambhala Music Festival at Stevens County, Pend Oreille County

    If past years are any indication, we can expect several new drug arrests at the border at Frontier/Northport and Nelway in Stevens County and Pend Oreille County, Washington. The Shambhala Music ...

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  • Western Washington University Sued to Release Names of Students Found to Have Committed a
    Western Washington University Sued to Release Names of Students Found to Have Committed a "Crime of Violence"

    Our law firm today filed a counter suit against plaintiffs in a public records lawsuit to keep the name of a former client private. The plaintiffs, who are student journalists (or recent graduates) at ...

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  • Lacey Hirst-Pavek / Tansy Mathis Case Featured on Snapped
    Lacey Hirst-Pavek / Tansy Mathis Case Featured on Snapped

    I was interviewed on T.V. for the show Snapped: She Made Me Do It on the Oxygen channel last month. The show that I was on was episode 4 of season 2. The case pertained to Tansy Mathis, who was ...

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  • Looking Again at the Nyki Kish Case
    Looking Again at the Nyki Kish Case

    One of the most depressing things about wrongful conviction cases is when they just seem to fade away. Luckily, there are often supporters and family members out there that just don’t let people ...

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