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Lying to Federal Agents Can Lead to Serious Criminal Charges – Always Insist on Having an Attorney Present:

Typical scenario – early morning, FBI agents show up unannounced at your home or workplace wanting to speak with you. You are not under arrest, they are simply investigating something that you can help with. Maybe it’s about your employer, or friend, or something you were involved in with others. You are caught off-guard by [...]

By |2022-01-14T14:02:07-04:00January 14th, 2022|Criminal Appeals, Criminal Charges, Criminal Trial, Fifth Amendment, Perjury|Comments Off on Lying to Federal Agents Can Lead to Serious Criminal Charges – Always Insist on Having an Attorney Present:

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Upends Bill Cosby’s Conviction

In an internationally watched case, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned Bill Cosby’s conviction finding that he had been improperly prosecuted after relying on what he believed was a promise of immunity from then District Attorney Bruce Castor which caused Cosby to testify in a civil case brought by one of his victims and make various [...]

By |2021-07-06T10:21:53-04:00July 6th, 2021|Convictions, Fifth Amendment|Comments Off on Pennsylvania Supreme Court Upends Bill Cosby’s Conviction

Attorney-Client Privilege is Alive and Well – Despite Trump’s Tweets

In recent days we have witnessed the President and various pundits scream (or tweet) that the attorney-client privilege is dead or under serious attack. What they are referring to, of course, is the judicially authorized search of Michael Cohen’s home, office and hotel room by the FBI. Cohen is said to be one of the President’s long-time attorneys.

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