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

    For those new to this site, nationwide criminal defense law firm Imhoff & Associates likes to post up a weekly "Exoneration of the Day" showcasing innocent people who have been wrongly convicted of a ...

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  • Why Police Interviews Should be Recorded Posted By Imhoff & Associates, PC || 5-May-2016
    Why Police Interviews Should be Recorded Posted By Imhoff & Associates, PC || 5-May-2016

    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 ...

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  • Consequences of Hazing
    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, ...

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  • 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 & M University ("FAMU") marching ...

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  • Arrests Commence in Palo Alto Shooting
    Arrests Commence in Palo Alto Shooting

    San Jose/Palo Alto, Santa Clara County: A man was taken into custody by East Palo Alto police for allegedly shooting a man multiple times on the 25000 block of Fordham Street. The suspect was ...

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  • False Allegations of Child Molestation and Child Abuse: What is Real and What Only Appears to be Real, and How to Know the Difference
    False Allegations of Child Molestation and Child Abuse: What is Real and What Only Appears to be Real, and How to Know the Difference

    By: Edward Martinovich, Attorney at Law and Ariella Rosenberg In 1986, a defendant was convicted of four counts of first-degree sexual offense and ordered to serve two life sentences. In 2001, after ...

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