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December 29, 2017
Why would I want a different attorney for an appeal?

It is sad that many people who get accused of crimes in the Nashville area wind up getting convicted even if they did not commit the crime or, legally speaking, they were “not guilty.” In other cases, a Tennessee resident may acknowledge that their conviction is fair and may have even pled guilty to a […]

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December 15, 2017
Supreme Court to say whether plea bargain sentences can be reduced

If you plead guilty in exchange for a plea bargain, what happens if the customary sentence changes? When guideline sentences are reduced, defendants are sometimes allowed to ask for the new, lower sentence. Is there a reason why people sentenced after plea bargains should be denied that right? In the federal system, many sentences are […]

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December 4, 2017
Supreme Court: Is phone location data admissible without warrant?

The U.S. Supreme Court has just heard an appeal on whether police can collect cellphone location data without a warrant and still have it be admissible against criminal defendants. The case pits Americans’ privacy rights against the government’s interest in easy access to personal data that can solve crimes. The case before the court involves several […]

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