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Louisville Defense Attorney »

Posted 2019-04-18
Did you know that hiring a skilled and experienced defense attorney could make a significant difference in the outcome of your case? If you or someone you know has been arrested and charged with a...

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Filing a Petition for Write of Habeas Corpus »

Posted 2019-03-20
What is Habeas Corpus? In a literal sense, the term Habeas Corpus means “you have the body”, and in application for legal terminology it is a judicial order made to the detaining...

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Post-Conviction Appeals in Kentucky and Illinois »

Posted 2019-02-26
Did you know that by law, individuals can seek Post Conviction Relief by filing a Post-Conviction Petition post sentencing in instances where critical new information is available to be presented...

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Burglary Convictions in Kentucky Courts (KRS Ch. 511) Cannot Serve as Predicate Offenses – in Sentencing – Under the Federal Armed Career Criminal Act “ACCA” 18 U.S.C. 924(e) »

Posted 2017-03-28
In federal prosecutions of defendants with prior state convictions:Burglary Convictions in Kentucky Courts (KRS Ch. 511) Cannot Serve as Predicate Offenses – in Sentencing – Under the Federal...

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Just Say "NO" to Police Searches »

Posted 2013-10-16
More than 30 years’ experience in the criminal courts defending individuals charged with every category of felony and misdemeanor offenses has taught me something present in virtually every...

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