UPDATE RE: JUNE 18 POST

Regarding the June 18 post:   After recently speaking with the City Attorney’s Office, it was brought to my attention that my client’s death was not known — nor had it been confirmed at the time the notice of appeal was filed. In all fairness, the deadline for filing notice of appeal is short —…

They Didn’t Do It. Death Row for 3 Decades.

DNA EVIDENCE PROVES TWO MORE MEN INNOCENT AFTER 30 YEARS FIGHTING PENALTY OF DEATH BY THE GOVERNMENT – NEW YORK TIMES REPORTS “In 1994, when the United States Supreme Court turned down a request to review the case, Justice Antonin Scalia described Mr. McCollum’s crime as so heinous that it would be hard to argue against…

San Diego DUI arrests are a complex area of litigation where incorrect advice from a San Diego Lawyer can result in serious consequences.

Former SDPD Officer Pleads Guilty

Former San Diego Police Officer Pleads Guilty to Misconduct – Warning: Graphic Content   Guilty Plea Fuels Growing Public Safety Concern for DUI Enforcement A former San Diego police officer accused of misconduct on the job – including groping and illegally detaining several women – pleaded guilty to several charges Friday. Prosecutor Annette Irving confirmed…

Police recruits going through training in crowd control tactics Tuesday at the San Diego Police Academy. San Diego County is one of several municipalities offering incentives to lure new officers. San Diego DUI arrests are more numerous than nearly any other county in the United States.

U.S. Supreme Court Protects Privacy of Cell Phones

U.S. Supreme Court Holds Police Cannot Search Content of Cell Phones Upon Arrest Without Obtaining a Warrant.   BOTH THE FULL OPINION AND THE SYLLABUS ARE BELOW.  Syllabus     RILEY v. CALIFORNIA CERTIORARI TO THE COURT OF APPEAL OF CALIFORNIA, FOURTH APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION ONE No. 13–132.   Argued April 29, 2014—Decided June 25, 2014*…

The Bill of Rights doesn't end with the 1st & 2nd Amendments; the Constitution must be protected in its entirety, for its entirety to be protected.

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