Recent Posts in Legal Matters

  • 15-Nov-2016

    Real Life 'Making a Murderer' Suspect Ordered to be Released from Prison

    Real Life 'Making a Murderer' Suspect Ordered to be Released from Prison Brendan Dassey, one of the people involved with the murder case that lead to the Netflix series, “Making a Murderer” has been ordered to be released from ...
  • 28-Jun-2016

    Exoneration of the Day - Teen Wrongly Convicted Proved Innocent

    A California teenager was arrested for assaulting a police officer following a fireworks show in 2003. The case was unique because the arresting officer was also the complaining witness during the trial process. Due to the youth’s age, the ...
  • 16-Jun-2016

    Exoneration of the Day - Innocent Couple Charged with Assault and Obstruction by Police

    Exoneration of the Day - Innocent Couple Framed for Assault on Police Officers and Obstruction of Justice Our justice system relies on police officers to gather the evidence necessary to convict criminals of breaking the law; it relies on prosecutors ...
  • 10-Jun-2016

    Exoneration of the Day - Man Wrongly Accused Serves 35 Years

    Happy Friday everyone, our latest exoneration of the day whereby someone was wrongly convicted for 35 years for a crime he did not commit. Freedom is priceless but inadequately protecting that freedom can be costlier than any amount of attorney fees. ...
  • 2-Jun-2016

    Exoneration of the Day - Person Convicted of Murder Found Innocent 20 Years Later

    Exoneration of the Day - Innocent man sent to prison for 20 years for a murder he didn't commit! For those new to this site, nationwide criminal defense law firm Imhoff & Associates likes to post up a weekly "Exoneration of the Day" ...
  • 5-May-2016

    Why Police Interviews Should be Recorded

    The police are human beings just like the rest of us. As such, they are prone to make mistakes or even cover up mistakes during interviews of suspects. Recordings of police incidents involving an arrest of a suspect often tell a different story than ...
  • 4-May-2016

    Imhoff & Associates Gets 2 Million Dollar Drug Trafficking Case Dismissed

    Imhoff & Associates Gets 2 Million Dollar Drug Trafficking Case Dismissed A drug trafficking case has been dismissed against a truck driver from Arbuckle, California, after his attorney Larry Vandersnick with criminal defense law firm Imhoff ...
  • 27-Apr-2016

    Imhoff & Associates spotlighted in April 24th LBN E-Lert newsletter

    Imhoff & Associates spotlighted in the Sunday April 24th edition of the LBN E-Lert newsletter read by hundreds of thousands of people throughout America and 26 countries. The LBN E-Lert newsletter subscribers include 6 U.S. Senators, 100 Academy ...
  • 23-Apr-2013

    Consequences of Hazing

    Seriousness of College/High School Hazing Crimes According to a survey conducted by Alfred University, approximately 80% of all college athletes have been hazed survey. Most hazing on high school, college and pro levels is not reported. However, ...
  • 28-Mar-2013

    A Look at the Prosecutorial Decision Making Process

    A Look at the Prosecutorial Decision Making Process The Vera Institute of Justice 's study entitled The Anatomy of Discretion: An Analysis of Prosecutorial Decision Making, with the support of the National Institute of Justice, analyzed how ...
  • 7-Mar-2013

    Defendants in FAMU 2011 Hazing Death Case Now Facing Stricter Manslaughter Charges

    Defendants in FAMU 2011 Hazing Death Case Now Facing Stricter Manslaughter Charges Stiffer charges of manslaughter have now been filed by the new prosecutor against the 13 defendants accused of participating in the 2011 death of 26 year old Florida A ...
  • 11-Jul-2011

    Casey Anthony Not Guilty

    On July 5, 2011, an Orlando jury at the Orange County Courthouse found defendant Casey Anthony not guilty of first degree murder, aggravated child abuse and aggravated manslaughter of a child regarding charges filed against her in 2008 regarding the ...
  • 18-Jul-2010

    Common Drug Offenses in Florida

    Common drug offenses in Florida involve marijuana. Florida has the harshest marijuana laws in the nation. If you are arrested and convicted of drug offenses for possession, sale, cultivation or distribution of marijuana, you could face jail time, ...
  • 3-Jun-2009

    Can The Police Search My Car Without A Warrant?

    On April 21 st, 2009, the U.S. Supreme Court held that police may search the passenger compartment of a car only when the occupant is arrested and it is reasonable to believe that the arrestee might access the vehicle after his arrest or that the ...

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