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Nice Dui photos

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Statewide DUI Team Announcement


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Lt. Governor Anthony Brown particpates in Statewide DUI Team Announcement. by James W. Brown at Howard County

Statewide DUI Team Announcement


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Lt. Governor Anthony Brown particpates in Statewide DUI Team Announcement. by James W. Brown at Howard County

Statewide DUI Team Announcement


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Lt. Governor Anthony Brown particpates in Statewide DUI Team Announcement. by James W. Brown at Howard County

Nice Criminal Defense photos

A few nice criminal defense images I found:

John W Hartmann


Image by Princeton Public Library, NJ
Featured Author: John W. Hartmann is an attorney with a private practice near Princeton, where he lives with his wife and two children. He graduated from Princeton Day School, and went on to pursue a bachelor degree in history at Georgetown and then to Seton Hall for law. In 1991 he became the youngest Republican to be elected to the NJ General Assembly. His humorous memoir "Jacket: The Trials of a New Jersey Criminal Defense Attorney", focuses on his life in law and politics and offers an inside view of New Jersey’s fractious criminal justice system. He has written another nonfiction book, The American Partisan (Burd Street Press, 2000).

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Lance Armstrong PR People Helping Steven Donziger Craft Fraudulent Chevron Ecuador Case


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Lance Armstrong and the Chevron Ecuador environmental lawsuit attorneys the same PR team in common. Yes, you can get off the floor, it’s true. The same attorneys, publicists and crisis managers who have helped Armstrong dodge justice for the past decade are the same team of consultants supporting plaintiff’s Steven Donziger and his fraudulent billion lawsuit against Chevron in Ecuador. Here is the list of the same people who advised and hid the truth about Armstrong and his doping: the law firms of Patton Boggs, the San Francisco law firm of famed criminal defense attorney John Keker of Keker & Van Nest , publicists Chris Lehane and Mark Fabiani – the "Masters Of Disaster." Just last year, SBNation reported that: " Lance Armstrong released an 18-page letter in response to the decision of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) to open a case against him. The letter, published by the Washington Post, characterizes the USADA case as "long on stale allegations dismissed long ago and short on evidence." Issued on the letterhead of Armstrong’s lawyers Patton Boggs L.L.P., the document also describes the allegations of doping on the part of Armstrong as "baseless." bit.ly/V2zxis It was the lawyer Fabiani and his PR partner Lehane that ripped the news media for writing or airing about Armstrong’s doping. Lehane has been behind the lie-at-all-costs communications of the Ecuador plaintiffs along with publicist, this blogger’s friend, Karen Hinton. And, of course, criminal defense attorney John Keker, who helped Armstrong evade the US Doping Agency, is representing attorney Steven Donziger, the mastermind of the fraud against Chevron in Ecuador. Armstrong just admitted his guilt in doping to Oprah and soon Steven Donziger and the Ecuador plaintiffs may be admitting their guilt and roles in the fraudulent case against Chevron in Ecuador. Maybe to Oprah. Stay tuned.

Lance Armstrong PR People Helping Steven Donziger Craft Fraudulent Chevron Ecuador Case


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Lance Armstrong and the Chevron Ecuador environmental lawsuit attorneys the same PR team in common. Yes, you can get off the floor, it’s true. The same attorneys, publicists and crisis managers who have helped Armstrong dodge justice for the past decade are the same team of consultants supporting plaintiff’s Steven Donziger and his fraudulent billion lawsuit against Chevron in Ecuador. Here is the list of the same people who advised and hid the truth about Armstrong and his doping: the law firms of Patton Boggs, the San Francisco law firm of famed criminal defense attorney John Keker of Keker & Van Nest , publicists Chris Lehane and Mark Fabiani – the "Masters Of Disaster." Just last year, SBNation reported that: " Lance Armstrong released an 18-page letter in response to the decision of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) to open a case against him. The letter, published by the Washington Post, characterizes the USADA case as "long on stale allegations dismissed long ago and short on evidence." Issued on the letterhead of Armstrong’s lawyers Patton Boggs L.L.P., the document also describes the allegations of doping on the part of Armstrong as "baseless." bit.ly/V2zxis It was the lawyer Fabiani and his PR partner Lehane that ripped the news media for writing or airing about Armstrong’s doping. Lehane has been behind the lie-at-all-costs communications of the Ecuador plaintiffs along with publicist, this blogger’s friend, Karen Hinton. And, of course, criminal defense attorney John Keker, who helped Armstrong evade the US Doping Agency, is representing attorney Steven Donziger, the mastermind of the fraud against Chevron in Ecuador. Armstrong just admitted his guilt in doping to Oprah and soon Steven Donziger and the Ecuador plaintiffs may be admitting their guilt and roles in the fraudulent case against Chevron in Ecuador. Maybe to Oprah. Stay tuned.

Joanne Moore


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She is the head of the Office of Public Defense. She said really nice things about the ANJ opinion. Said it’s made a big difference for indigent criminal defense. Made me happy. She also sent us a letter about talking to LARRY TRIBE about the opinion, and said he praised it. That really made me happy. I made sure that letter was in Tom’s scrap book.

Nice Drunk Driving photos

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20100116 – drunk driver downed powerline – GEDC1352 – smashed pole


Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
DISASTER ON CLINT AND CAROLYN AVENUE!
Power and phones go out while simultaneously hearing explosions. 10-second long bursts of loud sounds so low pitched and rumbly that you feel it echoing throughout your chest, with bright lights coming in every window in your house. I almost started to think it was a nuke, until I remembered this from last time. "That’s what it’s like when some drunk driving asshole smashes a telephone pole in two. Looked out the window and saw the bright blue craziness of main power lines exploding and going crazy."

Street signs scorched, holes melted in them. Pole suspended by wires, now all low-hanging. Cars stuck in the road, beeping at each other, in a total traffic jam as the people in back realize they are going to have to u-turn and go the wrong way down the road. A passenger abandons his car and steps over a downed power line, as bystanders yell, "No! Watch out! Power line!" (It was us, actually.) We stop 4 or 5 people, including our next door neighbors, from walking into a hard-to-see low-hanging line that I knew would be where it was based on the LAST time some drunk asshole killed a telephone pole. [It was the next pole further down the street last time.]

Main road blocked off for 10 hours. Dominion Virginia Power arrived within an hour. Happened at 11:30PM. Power came back on by 5AM. Meanwhile, we were trapped, with no power, no dial tone, no internet, and no way to drive our car out without going over downed lines. Whiskey and candle-warmth, followed by lots of cuddling under every blanket we had, on the foofsac, in the better insulated addition room.

Verizon took over a week to fix the phone part of the pole, and that was only after getting Fairfax County involved AS WELL as contacting a Verizon CEO who had an office in DC. They originally wanted to wait TWELVE DAYS just for visit #1. Never mind that it actually took those assholesSIX visits to get our internet and DSL working. Thankfully, we just got an Android phone, so, unlike with an iPhone, tethering was very simple. Running torrents for TV shows over cellular airwaves reminded me of how we got our TV shows in the 1970s before cable – over those same airwaves. Funny how things go full circle. The cell phone actually got 2.6Mbps too — almost as fast as our DSL. But we hit the 10gig limit pretty quickly, and were reduced to dialup speed.

I was happy that my motherboard had 2 ethernet ports. One was set to the cell phone tether IP settings, while the other was set to our house DSL settings. This meant that I didn’t have to change all my IP settings every time Verizon, Covad, or Silcon wanted me to test something out. Major time saver. And the first time I’ve truly had a use for 2 ethernet ports.

I wanted to sue the guy for causing me to have to go through hours and hours of phone calls. Just a little suit – 0 or so. But Fairfax County Police were utterly unhelpful in providing a name — despite the fact that arrest reports are public record! Way to go, guys. Basically, every single service we used failed us in one way or another. The police, Verizon, Covad, T-Mobile — all failed me in one way or another.

Turns out, the drunk driver didn’t get very far. The cops found him a little ways down the road with "significant damage to the right side of his vehicle". They later told us that "he was going to jail."

drunk driving, hanging.
car accident, cross, crucifix, power lines, telephone pole, wires.
broken. smashed.

Thomas Jefferson High School, Alexandria, Virginia.

January 16, 2010.

… Read my blog at ClintJCL.wordpress.com

Nice Criminal Justice photos

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Berner drunk driver kills girl Penticton News – NOV 2010


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Drunk Driving Laws unConstitutional pt 2


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Drinking & Driving Laws unConstitutional – pt 1


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Police roadblocks in themselves breach the Constitution because if the officer asks if you have been drinking, without any reason or evidence to suspect you have, your right to the presumption of innocence has been violated. Contrary to what the police believe, their Motor Vehicle "act" does not supersede the Canadian Constitution.

Carol Berner, the drunk who killed four-year old Alexa Middleaer on May 17, 2008, is now appealing her conviction on the grounds she wasn’t read her Miranda rights prior to having to submit to a breathalyzer test. If her appeal is successful, it will show further evidence that the Constitution is the Law of the Land and that the RCMP are acting outside the limits of their powers. This would also set a precedent for all other drivers convicted of a DUI resulting from a breathalyzer test performed without the driver’s inherent rights being afforded.

Nice Defense Attorney photos

A few nice defense attorney images I found:

Free the Five


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freethefive.org/

Who are the Cuban Five?
The Cuban Five are five Cuban men who are in U.S. prison, serving four life sentences and 75 years collectively, after being wrongly convicted in U.S. federal court in Miami, on June 8, 2001.

They are Gerardo Hernández, Ramón Labañino, Antonio Guerrero, Fernando González and René González.

The Five were falsely accused by the U.S. government of committing espionage conspiracy against the United States, and other related charges.

But the Five pointed out vigorously in their defense that they were involved in monitoring the actions of Miami-based terrorist groups, in order to prevent terrorist attacks on their country of Cuba.

The Five’s actions were never directed at the U.S. government. They never harmed anyone nor ever possessed nor used any weapons while in the United States.

The Cuban Five’s mission was to stop terrorism

For more than 40 years, anti-Cuba terrorist organizations based in Miami have engaged in countless terrorist activities against Cuba, and against anyone who advocates a normalization of relations between the U.S. and Cuba. More than 3,000 Cubans have died as a result of these terrorists’ attacks.

Terrorist Miami groups like Comandos F4 and Brothers to the Rescue operate with complete impunity from within the United States to attack Cuba—with the knowledge and support of the FBI and CIA.

Therefore, Cuba made the careful and necessary decision to send the Five Cubans to Miami to monitor the terrorists. The Cuban Five infiltrated the terrorist organizations in Miami to inform Cuba of imminent attacks.

The aim of such a clandestine operation by the Cuban Five—at great personal risk—was to prevent criminal acts, and thus protect the lives of Cubans and other people.

But instead of arresting the terrorists, the FBI arrested the Cuban Five ANTI-terrorists on September 12, 1998. The Five were illegally held in solitary confinement for 17 months in Miami jail.

The trial began in November 2000. With the seven-month trial based in Miami, a virtual witchhunt atmosphere existed. Defense attorneys’ motions for a change of venue were denied five times by the judge, although it was obvious that a fair trial was impossible in that city.

In a blow to justice, the Cuban Five were convicted June 8, 2001 and sentenced to four life terms and 75 years in December, 2001.

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