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 […]Read More
A 29-year-old who has been serving a 50-year-to-life sentence for the murder of a 17-year old young woman in 2004 had his conviction overturned and […]Read More
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Infamous 1975 Greenwich Murder Case Appears Headed to US Supreme Court on Ineffective Assistance of Counsel Argument
Although the murder of Martha Moxley happened in the affluent town of Greenwich, Connecticut over 40 years ago, the criminal prosecution of the defendant Michael […]Read More
The Appellate Approach
If you appeal a guilty verdict in a criminal case, the court does not always let you go free. You need a criminal appeals lawyer to request a stay on appeal. Your lawyer can request this stay at your sentencing hearing. This way you will not have to stay behind bars while the appeal is going on. Your lawyer will also try to overturn the wrongful conviction.