. . . Houston criminal-defense lawyer Cole Brooks’s new blog. I’m glad to see another Houston criminal-defense lawyer jump into the practical blawgosphere (even if he isn’t a member of HCCLA . . . hint, hint), and Cole’s blog isn’t […]
Houston criminal defense / civil rights lawyer Eric J. Davis has a new blog, Sustained!. Eric is an outstanding lawyer and a good friend. (He’s also a graduate of the Trial Lawyers College, as are Paul Smith, Jon Katz, David […]
New York criminal-defense lawyer Scott Greenfield really doesn’t like the idea, but prescribes two options for “when there’s no other choice.” Virginia prosecutor (and former criminal-defense lawyer) Ken Lammers did it himself, and offers “option C: nose to the grindstone.” […]
I wrote way back in ought-seven about how criminal-defense lawyers are unembarrassable. I find my unembarrassability challenged by this: Houston lawyer Jerome Godinich has blown deadlines to file writs of habeas corpus for death row prisoners three times. In [two […]
The March 12, 2009 episode of the Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association’s Reasonable Doubt television show. Hosts: Houston criminal lawyer Todd Dupont and me; Guest: top Houston criminal-defense lawyer Vivian R. King.
Houston criminal lawyer Murray Newman, to his credit, comes to the defense of his friend Judge Hanger. Good for him. Somehow he finds a tenuous connection between my views on Ms. Hanger, who hasn’t (officially) been a prosecutor in years, […]
Here are the Google results for: compassionate criminal lawyer: about 124,000 truthful -truth criminal lawyer: about 148,000 tough criminal lawyer: about 315,000 creative criminal lawyer: about 319,000 aggressive criminal lawyer: about 2,290,000 Granted, these are not all lawyer websites, but […]
Ex-Judge Hanger, who went from being a “fuck-the-accused” judge in December to calling herself a criminal-defense lawyer in January, is, along with her partner (also a former judge, but one with a repuation for fairness) “currently developing a new Web […]