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Must I say killing is wrong every time someone is killed?

I am going to tell you something that is not a secret. If you know me, if you’ve read this blog, you’ll know, but I will say it again because some of you seem to need reassuring from me and my kind: Killing is wrong. This is a rule that has exceptions. If someone wants […]

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Preemptive prosecutions and a small (but capital) town.

This blog post was written by a former co-worker of mine, Kathy Manley.  Kathy works for one of the best criminal defense attorneys around, Terry Kindlon.  She, herself is a force to be reckoned with.  Here is the first of what I hope are many blogs to come.  I have this client, Yassin Aref, who […]

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