Motion to Suppress Recorded Statements in a First Degree Murder Trial-Granted

Working alongside colleague Edward A. Ritchitelli, we recently won a significant motion to suppress evidence that the State felt was key in proceeding against our client, who has been charged with Murder in the First Degree, and other associated charges. On Tuesday, January 20, 2015, Read More …

How Should the NFL Handle Their Next Move?

This year fans of the NFL have experienced what seems like one of the more traumatic “off-field” seasons in quite some time. While each year and each offseason we hear varied stories of players who get into trouble with the law, whether it be drug Read More …

When You Defend One, You Defend All.

This morning/afternoon I took part in an “exchange of dialogue” on Twitter(conversation? Who knows what to call these things) about some of the stigma attached to being a criminal defense attorney. It was a good exchange, mostly involving fellow practitioners and especially a handful of Read More …

Trial by Fire

As you know, if you’re reading regularly or at all, or if you know me–I am involved in the UB clinic program which allows me to handle cases under the supervision of the public defender’s office. I am in there 2 days a week, and Read More …