Below is a letter sent from appeals lawyer and partner of
Appeals Law Group, Patrick Michael Megaro, Esq. February 5, 2015 To The
Supreme Court Committee on Standard Jury Instructions in Criminal ...
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The United States Supreme Court has ruled that warrantless
searches of probationers are justified by the Fourth Amendment's
"special needs" doctrine in the cases of Griffin v. Wisconsin ...
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Self –Defense is an affirmative defense that justifies the use
of force against another that normally would be considered criminal. In
Florida a defendant may use or threaten to use force in ...
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Miller v. Alabama is a 2012 Supreme Court of the United States
(SCOTUS) decision that held that juvenile offenders cannot be sentenced
to life in prison without the possibility of parole. To sentence ...
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The Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct require
prosecutors to comply with the Michael Morton Act and the Texas Criminal
Code of Procedure article 39.14. The Michael Morton Act was signed ...
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