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Defense Attorney Marc Victor Closing Remarks (Pastor Anderson Trial Excerpt 4)



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Appellate Attorney Patrick Megaro Esq – Rene Lima-Marin



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DENVER — Colorado’s highest court takes up the case of an Aurora man who was mistakenly released from prison, turned his life around, then sent back for 90 more years.

After the Arapahoe County court realized its mistake on Jan. 7, 2014, it had police re-arrest Rene Lima-Marin.

His case has spurred a movement by his family, friends and church to free the now 37-year-old. And now, it may actually happen.

“I have a strong, strong belief the Lord is going to work this out, one way or the other,” said Lima-Marin.

But in a prison interview in May of last year, Lima-Marin said he didn’t know when.

“We are here today to hear the case of Rene Lima-Marin versus the people,” said the State Supreme Court Chief Justice Nancy Rice.

But a decision by the state’s highest court could mean freedom for the 37-year-old father of two.

“I’m asking this court to right a wrong and to grant him the relief we seek,” said Lima-Marin’s attorney, Patrick Megaro.

He asks the justices to release Lima-Marin from prison because it’s cruel and unusual punishment to re-imprison him after he completed 10 years behind bars and five years parole.

He says Lima-Marin thought he had completed his full sentence of 16 years, (with time reduced for good behavior).

Lima-Marin said in an interview in May 2014 that his appeal lawyer told him he no longer had 98 years.

He says she said, “‘You basically are given 16 years, which is what we’ve been fighting for anyway. The best thing that could have happened to you, was that everything run concurrent and have 16 years. That’s what we have right now. I have paperwork here to withdraw your appeal and that’s it,’” said Lima-Marin.

Megaro also says the father of two could have fled the country if he thought he was released by accident. But he didn’t. He says put in the same community.

“To give a person the opportunity to taste freedom, to get married, have children, do all these things, and then to rip that all away in the blink of an eye and say, ‘That was our error. You and all your dependents are going to suffer for it,” Megaro told the court.

Lima-Marin says thinking of his family is the worst part.

“Not only for me, because that seems somewhat selfish because it hurts me. But it hurts them as well,” he says through tears.

“There are sympathetic, emotional reasons why this case bothers all of us. There’s no question this is an awful position to be in, but this court has to make decisions based on law,” said Katharine Gillespie with the Colorado Attorney General’s Office.

She says it’s the governor who should address a situation like this.

“The court is struggling with a lot of issues, one is how to right a wrong and who should right the wrong, the court or the governor,” said Megaro

“Today, they are expecting daddy to be home soon. I just keeping faith that’s going to happen,” says Lima-Marin’s wife, Jasmine.

A decision is likely months away.

The court could release Lima-Marin, send his case back to a lower court, or give him 6 years credit for his time out of prison.

That credit drops his sentence to 82 more years–meaning he’d be 111.

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Attorney Marc J. Victor on ABC 15 News – The Josh Monigold Chase



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ABC 15 News talks to Attorney Marc J. Victor about the Josh Monigold Chase. Joshua Michael Monigold, 31, was wanted on felony charges for a hit-and-run incident from March 19. Josh Monigold fled in a 2008 Dodge Ram pick-up truck from Twin Peaks and Tangerine. Marana Police were trying to locate Monigold when officials found him in east Mesa on Thursday. Monigold then took off from police.

The suspect led police on a chase on US 60, Interstate 10 and Loop 101 and also off of the freeway on East Valley roads. His vehicle later crashed on I-10 near milepost 171. Monigold has been arrested at least 17 times for a wide range of offenses, including felony burglary, robbery, extortion and drug and weapons charges.

Attorney Marc J. Victor offers his legal insight on this story.

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Attorney Marc J. Victor Speaking at El Dorado High School



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Attorney Marc J. Victor speaking to students at El Dorado High School on: “What Teenagers Ought To Know.”

Topics such as, “What are the two fastest ways to screw up your life?” Attorney Marc J. Victor tells teens what they need to know in a non-censored talk every teenager should hear.

Attorney Victor speaks to teenagers frequently about the law and what they need to know to stay out of trouble.

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Alimony & Spousal & Spouse Support Information – Raleigh Law Firm Attorney E. Parker Herring



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Parker Herring, North Carolina divorce attorney, discusses alimony, spousal support and PSS, Post-Separation Support.

TRANSCRIPT: Spousal support is the overall category of support for a dependent spouse, and there are two kinds of spousal support. There’s postseparation support, and postseparation support is from the time you separate until you divorce. It’s a temporary kind of spousal support, and if it’s in writing between the parties, either by a court order or by separation agreement, then you have all the tax ramifications with postseparation support. Postseparation support is income to the dependent spouse and a tax deduction to the supporting spouse. Alimony is a longer term form of spousal support and usually takes place after the parties have divorced, and is for most often a term of years and is paid monthly, and again there are tax ramifications. Alimony is income to the dependent spouse, and it’s a deduction to the supporting spouse. The biggest questions that you have about spousal support are, “How much am I going to have to pay the dependent spouse, and for how long is it going to be paid?”

If you and your spouse make the same amount of money, then most likely there’s not an alimony issue. There has to be a dependent spouse financially. There’s no magic number. Certainly if the spouse makes twice as much or a third as much after the child support obligations are met, then the spouse who makes the lesser amount – and has that history of making a lesser amount – is a dependent spouse financially. So the courts want to order some type of spousal support to bring the parties into what they were before they separated. Although it’s very important to know that two families cannot exist financially the same way they did when they were together. You’re going to have two rents or mortgage payments, two sets of utilities, insurance is going to be divided. So you really don’t go back on the same plane, but spousal support is meant to help the dependent spouse live in the same way she – or sometimes he – was accustomed to living prior to the separation and divorce.

Adultery doesn’t in and of itself mean that the spouse is going to get alimony. It used to be that it was a requirement. Now, adultery can affect alimony because if the dependent spouse commits adultery, then that bars her or him from receiving alimony because there has been fault committed. However, a judge can look at the situation and order alimony, but generally speaking, adultery is a bar for the dependent spouse.

RFE on parents petitions asking for DNA test – Immigration attorney video answers series (No.3)



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RFE on Son sponsoring parents, due to no name stated on the Birth Certificate, only states (boy). They are asking for
DNA test and other Secondary Evidence (School Records and any other means showing the relationship with the parents.
Certified Affidavits from friends and family).
Is this normal?

Shah Peerally is an attorney licensed in California practicing immigration law and debt settlement. He has featured as an expert legal analyst for many TV networks such as NDTV, Times Now and Sitarree TV. Articles about Shah Peerally and his work have appeared on newspapers such as San Jose Mercury News, Oakland Tribune, US Fiji Times, Mauritius Le Quotidien, Movers & Shakers and other prominent international newspapers. His work has been commended by Congress women Nancy Pelosi and Barbara Lee. He has a weekly radio show on KLOK 1170AM and frequently participates in legal clinics in churches, temples and mosques.

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H4 to B2 (Tourist Visa) while staying in USA – Immigration attorney video answers series



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My wife is on H4 and expiring 01/09/2013. My H1-b is also expiring 01/19/2013 (10 days after her). Can i file change of status for her from H4 to B2 (Tourist visa) and later on for myself (h1-b to b2) to give us some time to wrap up pending stuff in USA. In-case my labor (in Process currently) and I-140 gets approved before 01/09/2013, i think i would be safe to file for H1-b extn even after consuming 6 yrs on H1-b.
Shah Peerally is an attorney licensed in California practicing immigration law and debt settlement. He has featured as an expert legal analyst for many TV networks such as NDTV, Times Now and Sitarree TV. Articles about Shah Peerally and his work have appeared on newspapers such as San Jose Mercury News, Oakland Tribune, US Fiji Times, Mauritius Le Quotidien, Movers & Shakers and other prominent international newspapers. His work has been commended by Congress women Nancy Pelosi and Barbara Lee. He has a weekly radio show on KLOK 1170AM and frequently participates in legal clinics in churches, temples and mosques.

For updates follow us onYoutube, Radio, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Shah Peerally Law Group PC deals in immigration law – www.peerallylaw.com and www.immigrationlegalblog.com
Attorney Shah Peerally also deals in debt settlement. For more information call us on 510.742.5887 and visit us on www.YourDebtSettlementAttorney.com.
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Can I get a greencard on EB1c directly from a L1B? Immigration Attorney Video Answers series (No 6)



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My friend told me that your law firm has filed an EB1c for him directly from an L1B. I was wondering how easy or difficult is it to do that? Do you need the company to petition for you? How long does it take?
thank you

Shah Peerally is an attorney licensed in California practicing immigration law and debt settlement. He has featured as an expert legal analyst for many TV networks such as NDTV, Times Now and Sitarree TV. Articles about Shah Peerally and his work have appeared on newspapers such as San Jose Mercury News, Oakland Tribune, US Fiji Times, Mauritius Le Quotidien, Movers & Shakers and other prominent international newspapers. His work has been commended by Congress women Nancy Pelosi and Barbara Lee. He has a weekly radio show on KLOK 1170AM and frequently participates in legal clinics in churches, temples and mosques.

For updates follow us onYoutube, Radio, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Shah Peerally Law Group PC deals in immigration law – www.peerallylaw.com and www.immigrationlegalblog.com
Attorney Shah Peerally also deals in debt settlement. For more information call us on 510.742.5887 and visit us on www.YourDebtSettlementAttorney.com.
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Manufacturing Controlled Substance Laws – Huntsville – Madison county Alabama Attorney



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MANUFACTURING A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE – Controlled Substance Attorney Huntsville Alabama

Manufacturing of a controlled substance occurs when a person is legally manufactures controlled substances that are prohibited under Alabama law. The most common type of manufacturing case involves the manufacture of methamphetamine, although this law also may be used to prosecute those who cultivate marijuana for psychotropic mushrooms or other organic ingredients prohibited under Alabama law.

Manufacturing a controlled substance also includes the possession of “precursor substances” when they are possessed with the intent to manufacture a controlled substance. Alabama maintains a list of certain substances which, if possessed with the intent to manufacture drugs are precursor substances, and can lead to manufacturing charges. Sudafed and other ephedrine-based drugs are among the most common precursor substances in these types of prosecutions.

THERE ARE TWO DEGREES OF MANUFACTURING A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE CASES.

MANUFACTURING A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE IN THE SECOND DEGREE

Manufacturing a controlled substance in the second degree is a class B felony. Manufacturing controlled substance in the second degree simply means that someone has either manufacture a controlled substance or possessed precursor ingredients with the intent to manufacture a controlled substance. The range of punishment for this crime (for a person who has no prior felony convictions) is from 2 to 20 years in the state penitentiary.

MANUFACTURING A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE IN THE FIRST DEGREE

Manufacturing a controlled substance in the first degree is a class a felony. Manufacturing the first degree occurs when certain aggravating factors are present, and serves to elevate the range of punishment. There are a variety of aggravating factors such as the possession of a firearm. The presence of any person under the age of 17 present during the manufacturing process, the presence of the laboratory operation within 500 feet of a residence, place of business, church or school. Other aggravating factors include the illegal possession, transportation or disposal of hazardous or dangerous materials for the creation of a substantial risk to human health or safety, or a danger to the environment. If, if the manufacturing process actually produced any amount of the specified controlled substance this too is an aggravating factor enhancing the charge to manufacturing, first-degree. The range of punishment for manufacturing in the first degree is from 10 years to life or 99 years for someone who does not have any prior felony convictions.
BOND ISSUES IN MANUFACTURING CASES

Alabama law allows for very high bonds for those accused of manufacturing a controlled substance with the recommended range being anywhere from a minimum of five thousand dollars to as high as a million and a half dollars. Because the range of bond is so high in these cases, many defense lawyers will promptly file a motion with the court seeking a reduction in bond. The decision as to whether or not to reduce bond is up to the judge who will look at a variety of factors in determining whether or not it is appropriate.

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Tulsa Oklahoma Forfeiture Attorney James Wirth on Fox23



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Tulsa asset forfeiture attorney James Wirth talked with Fox23 News investigative reporter Shae Rozzi about a proposed Oklahoma asset forfeiture reform bill. The proposal introduced in the 2015 legislature would only allow forfeiture of assets allegedly related to illegal drug trafficking in cases where criminal liability is established by way of a criminal conviction.

DUI Attorney in Virginia Beach | Lawyer for Drunk Driving Charges



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DUI Attorney Virginia Beach – 757-453-7674 – Timothy J. Quick is a DWI lawyer who has successfully defended numerous drivers charged with DUI’s in the Chesapeake Bay/Tidewater part of Eastern Virginia, Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Newport News & Hampton. With over 20 years of experience, former Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Timothy J. Quick can guide you through every DUI circumstance.

Visit www.quicklegal.net today. Timothy J. Quick can answer any questions you might have regarding a DUI in Virginia. Call 757-453-7674 if you need assistance with or have questions about blood tests, breath tests, suspended license, expunging a DUI, general Virginia penalties for DUI, the difference between misdemeanor and felony DUI, field sobriety tests, consequences associated with first time and multiple DUI’s, ignition interlock devices, sobriety checkpoints or getting a DUI if underage.

COMMON VIRGINIA DUI QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

1) WHAT IS THE LEGAL BLOOD ALCOHOL CONTENT (BAC) IN VIRGINIA?
The threshold BAC in Virginia is .08. It creates a presumption that you are driving under the influence. A .15 BAC requires mandatory jail time of 5 days on a first offense DUI. .21 and above calls for a mandatory 10 days in jail on a first offense DUI.

2) ARE FIELD SOBRIETY TESTS (FST) ACCURATE?
Field sobriety tests are entirely subjective, that is whether you passed or failed is entirely dependent on the officer’s opinion of how well or how poorly you performed on the FST’s.

3) DO I HAVE TO TAKE A POLICE OFFICER’S TESTS?
Under the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution, you have a right against self-incrimination. You do not have to answer any questions of the officer. You do not have to submit to any field sobriety tests, including the preliminary breath test on the side of the road. These help the officer build probable cause for your arrest.

4) DO I HAVE TO TAKE A BREATHALYZER TEST WHERE I’M BEING BOOKED?
If you are lawfully arrested with probable cause, Virginia’s implied consent law does require you to submit to either a breath test at the station or a blood draw at a hospital. If you refuse, you may be charged with Refusal. Most officers generally charge this as an additional offense on top of the DUI charge. For a first offense Refusal, it is civil in nature and carries a 12 month suspension of your operator’s license with no chance of restricted driving privileges, but no possibility of jail.

5) ARE SECONDARY BREATHALYZER MACHINES ACCURATE?
Breathalyzer machines at the station are required to be calibrated and tested and are generally accurate. Preliminary breath tests on the side of the road (which may legally be refused) are notoriously inaccurate.

6) CAN I, OR SHOULD I REQUEST A BLOOD ALCOHOL TEST?
Only if you know that you have not been drinking alcohol and have not used any drugs; then you may want to decline all questions and field sobriety tests other than the side of the road preliminary breath tests (PBT). Keep in mind that an officer may then suspect you of driving under the influence of drugs, arrest you, and take you to a hospital for a blood draw.

7) WOULDN’T I BETTER OFF JUST PLEADING GUILTY AND MOVE ON?
Absolutely not. There are often technical defenses to DUI charges and the existence of videotapes of the arrest of which you may not be aware. Consult a knowledgeable DUI attorney in Virginia Beach.

8) CAN I STILL DRIVE AFTER A DUI ARREST?
That depends. Restricted driving privileges to and from work, child and elder care, school, ASAP, an ignition interlock facility, and church may be available to you, depending on whether you are found guilty of a first, second, or third offense.

9) CAN I GET A WORK PERMIT TO DRIVE TO/FROM WORK?
Restricted driving privileges to, from and during work may be available to you, depending on whether you are found guilty of a first, second, or third offense. An operating ignition interlock (breathalyzer) in your car is now required under Virginia law if you are granted restricted driving privileges.

10) WILL I GO TO JAIL IF I’M CONVICTED OF DUI IN VIRGINIA?
Whether you will go to jail or not depends on the circumstances of the case, including but not limited to your blood alcohol content, your level of cooperation with the officer, whether the driving involved an accident, whether it is a first, second or third offense, and the judge hearing the case. It is wise to hire an experienced DUI attorney to discuss the likelihood of a jail sentence.

Call Timothy J. Quick in Virginia Beach @ 757-453-7674 or visit www.quicklegal.net