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Category Archives: Criminal Procedure

Fox News anchor interviews Gary Gerstenfield about risks and benefits of Trump-Mueller Investigative Interview
Giuliani:                            I mean the reality is, we are not going to sit him down if this is a trap for perjury, and until ... we're convinced of that, and if they don't show us these documents, well we're just going to have to say no. Interviewer:                     So it sounds like [....]
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Charged Versus Arrested
Being "charged" is the initiating process in which an individual is accused of committing a violation of law.  It is basically the part where a person is formally accused.  The violation can be anything from a minor traffic infraction, such as speeding to something as serious as murder.  Police officers have the authority to file charges indepen [....]
Ask a Criminal Defense Attorney: Does the Officer Have to Read Me My Rights?
This is one of the most frequently misunderstood aspects of being arrested.  Most people assume that if a police officer makes an arrest there is an attendant obligation of receiving a formal notification of "your rights".  This is untrue.  A person is entitled to be advised of "their rights" only before custodial questioning.   In a landmark d [....]
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Fox News anchor interviews Gary Gerstenfield about risks and benefits of Trump-Mueller Investigative Interview
August 7, 2018 View article
Gary Gerstenfield, Jenese Harris, and Rachel Stockman discuss the Donald Smith trial
July 20, 2018 View article
DEFENDING AGAINST THE ACCUSATION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY
June 7, 2017 View article