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Sunday, January 28, 2018
Easily Reduce or Drop DUI Charges
The email further goes on to state that the mechanism (or process) by which to get your charges (even felony level) easily dropped or reduced comes down a just one single legal opinion letter concerning travel to Canada.
Can opinion letters be used to defend New York DWI charges?
In New York State just how "easy" is it to reduce or drop misdemeanor DWI charges with opinion letters?
Facing the charge of a New York DWI felony, is that charge "easily" reducible or droppable using a legal opinion or other opinion letter?
How can opinion letters be used best to defend New York DWI charges?
Thursday, January 25, 2018
|Facts are NOT Opinions|
It all begins with differentiating FACTS from OPINIONS. In every legal situation (and non-legal as well) there are certain FBCs. Criminal defense attorneys refer to them as the Facts Beyond Change.
In a DWI case what are the general facts we need to deal with?
Why is a DWI refusal case really a case of proving intoxication primarily on opinion?
How can we better defend and confront opinion?
How can we better defend and confront even the facts?
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
|From the Verge, Molly's Game is a Great Legal Movie|
Overcoming great odds, facing challenges head-on, and rising up from the ashes all make Molly's Game a fun ride. The bonus was knowing that this was based upon a true story and not just a fictional one. In my lawyer (legal) mind I was going through the movie looking at the process from a reality based perspective.
How much of Molly's Game is legal fiction?
How much of Molly's Game is legal truth?
How much of the movie was true to life, and not just in the life of Molly Bloom but what happens in New York Courts daily?
Friday, January 12, 2018
|Judges At the Apex of the Legal Triangle|
That said, there are specific types of judges. I'm not talking about criminal versus civil versus family versus federal versus bankruptcy versus administrative judges. What I am talking about is the overall way that a criminal judge handles the prosecutor/criminal defense lawyer relationship.
What types of New York State criminal judges are there?
How do these judges sort their cases?
How do these judges make final decisions on sentencing?