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TROUBLE BREWING IN MUNICIPAL COURTS

Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on September 11, 2014

The unrest in Ferguson Missouri has brought attention to many issues that have been either been ignored or unknown to the general public regarding municipal courts throughout the St. Louis area.  A group of attorneys who call themselves the ArchCity…

DEFENDANT AGREES TO VASECTOMY TO DECREASE PRISON TIME

Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on June 27, 2014

A Virginia man by the name of Jesse Lee Herald agree to a very strange and controversial plea deal in his pending criminal case in Shenandoah, Virginia.  He voluntarily agreed to plea guilty to save up to a potential of…

Legalization Of Weed In Colorado Has Not Eliminated The Black Market

Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on April 8, 2014

Many people believe that crime is directly related to the illegal drug trade.  People tend to believe that since drugs in general are illegal that they lead to violent crime as people are are trying to get something in short…

Colorado Courts Overturn Some Pot Convictions

Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on March 14, 2014

One the most common questions I get concerning the legalization of Marijuana is what happens to all of the people who have pleaded guilty before pot was legalized.  Colorado gave some guidance on this issue this week.  The Colorado Court…

Trouble With Alcohol Breath Tests

Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on March 10, 2014

When a person in the State of Missouri gets pulled over for DWI they are typically asked to take a breath test after their arrest.  Most people don’t realize that although the breath analysis machines are maintained by the police…

According To Recent Salinas Supreme Court Case, Silence Can Be Used Against Defendants

Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on August 13, 2013

According to a recent U.S. Supreme Court case, silence can be used against defendants, at least in some circumstances. The case, Salinas v. Texas, stands for the proposition that silence can be used against those who are questioned prior to…

Missouri Women Charged With First-Degree Murder After Antifreeze Deaths Of Family Members

Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on August 9, 2013

Two Missouri women, a mother and her daughter, were charged with first-degree murder earlier this month when police say the two confessed to poisoning two relatives with antifreeze and trying to kill a third. Authorities say Diane Staudte and her…

Changes Proposed To Missouri Criminal Statutes

Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on March 12, 2013

It’s been several decades since the last update was done to Missouri’s criminal statutes but it looks like the public won’t have to wait much longer for changes to be implemented. A substantial overhaul of the state’s existing criminal justice…

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