Ninth Circuit Overturns Conviction For Killing of Grizzly Bear Based on Self-Defense Standard

As the Ninth Circuit points in its opinion overturning Brian Charette’s conviction for killing a federally protected grizzly bear, there is an “irreconcilable tension in […]

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How Does a California Appeals Court Review a Family Law / Divorce Decision?

If you have received what you believe to be an unfair ruling in a California family law matter – whether it relates to custody, visitation, […]

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Overturning a Conviction Based on an Illegal Search, With or Without a Warrant

The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution has protected us from unreasonable searches and seizures by the government for over two centuries. But it was […]

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