Blog Posts in 2012

  • Larry Krasner Prompts Philly D.A. to Dismiss Work of Six Philadelphia Narcotics Officers

    Late last week Philadelphia District Attorney, Seth Williams, wrote a personal letter to Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey, explaining that Williams would not use the testimony of 5 Philadelphia Narcotics Officers and 1 Lieutenant because he believed that their testimony lacked credibility. William’s letter was prompted by a statement submitted to Municipal Court Judge Charles Hayden by Larry ...
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  • Philadelphia Narcotics Officers Transferred Due To Credibility Issues

    On Wednesday, December 5th, 2012, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey confirmed that he ordered the transfers of five Philadelphia Narcotics Officers, and one Lieutenant. Ramsey declined to discuss his reasons for transferring the officers, however, all five officers were transferred to quieter, low-profile police units. One suspected cause of the transfers was the fact that the ...
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  • Askia Sabur Trial Begins This Week

    This morning marks the beginning of the controversial Rodney King style police brutality trial, Commonwealth v. Askia Sabur. The trial has captivated Philadelphia citizens, spawned protests, and garnered international attention. Unlike King, Sabur was merely standing and conversing when he was attacked by police—there was no high speed chase or other illegality by Sabur prior to his being beaten ...
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  • How Much Does A DWI Cost?

    The cost of a DWI includes more than just court costs and a fine and can include attorney fees, lost wages, reinstatement fees and increased insurance premiums. One of the largest costs incurred due to a DWI is the cost of an experienced DWI attorney. Fees can vary based on the attorney’s experience, the number of DWIs previously charged and the specifics of the case. Attorney fees are charged ...
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  • Prominent Philadelphia Blogger retains Lloyd Long, III as Counsel

    Prominent Philadelphia blogger Joshua Scott Albert has retained renowned free speech advocate Lloyd Long, III to defend him from charges of Harassment, Terroristic Threats, and Solicitation of Murder. These serious charges were filed in reaction to several blog posts in which Mr.. Albert expressed incendiary political opinions and called for the demise of Republican presidential nominee Mitt ...
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  • Drug Charges are No Laughing Matter

    Any type of drug charges can carry life-long offenses, and it is incredibly important to take them seriously. The ability to get a good job, rent an apartment or secure financial aid for college can all be impacted by a conviction, and anyone facing charges should seriously consider hiring an experienced attorney. Most employers require an interviewee to list criminal offenses on their job ...
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