defend legality of murder case all the way to Supreme Court

This case, is a case involving my client who worked as a foreman for a large ranch in King City, California.  He went out to check the ranch and while doing that he drank over 20 beers.  When he returned home he found his wife with another man.

Becoming jealous he threatened the man with his 9mm revolver.  They struggled and the revolver went off, hitting his 9-year-old son in the temple.  Killing him instantly.  Now enraged, he turned his gun on his wife and her lover.  He shot them both over 12 times.  He then gathered his 3 remaining children, gave them a hug and kissed them and went to Mexico for 20 years.  He assumed a new identity.  Remarried and had a new family.

He returned to his little home town in Mexico where he was identified and captured by the Federalies.  He was extradited back to San Jose, California and met by the District Attorney of Monterey investigators.  On the drive back down from San Jose to Salinas, California the investigators interrogated my client and secured a complete confession without giving him his Miranda rights in Spanish.

The Miranda issue was litigated and now we have taken the issue to the court of appeals and all the way to the California Supreme Court.

http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/2010/dec/08/not-guilty-plea-in-1990-california-family-slaying/

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affordable criminal defense attorney

My client stabbed and a taxi cab driver and then attempted to flee by carjacking another person at knife point.  He was arrested and taken to the Monterey County jail.  I was hired by his family to defend him.  I went to interview him at the jail and found him to be suicidal.

I notified the Sherriff’s department who run the jail about putting him on suicide watch.  I informed the family that he was on suicide watch and found out some days later that he had been placed in general population.

He ultimately hung himself and died.  A lawsuit for wrongful death has been brought on behalf of his mother against Monterey County Sherriff’s Department.  Taylor Fithian the psychiatrist, City of Monterey Police Department and Community Hospital of Monterey.  The case is currently set for a Jury trial sometime in April of 2016.  The family is asking for millions of dollars in damages.

I am working in conjunction with the law firm of Hadsell and Stormer with Dan Stormer as lead attorney.  Who has in the past been able to win millions of dollars for his clients and is considered one of the top 100 lawyers in the United States.  We expect to win a judgment of over $5 Million Dollars for our client.

 

http://www.ksbw.com/news/central-california/monterey/monterey-murder-suspect-on-life-support-after-jail-suicide-attempt/20038186

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Cadaver on autopsy table, label tied to toe
Serial Killer Or Doctor In Training?

I once represented a client who lived in Davis, California and worked in the Sacramento County morgue as a janitor. He had access to body parts that he stole from the morgue in order to conduct medical experiments.

He always wanted to be a doctor and so he thought that by conducting these medical experiments they would somehow help him to get into medical school. After he finished with the experiments he disposed of the body parts in a large trash container and those body parts were discovered and turned over to the police.

At one point the police thought that there was mass murderer in the Davis area which became national news. One evening when my client was disposing of these body parts he was seen by a neighbor and arrested.

In the jail my client became delusional thinking he was seeing crawling bugs and a ghost that were talking to him. As a result I disclosed this to the judge who decided we needed to have a hearing regarding his sanity. Two psychiatric experts testified. One said he was competent, while the other disagreed and said he was incompetent.

The judge ruled, my client was competent but incapable of committing the crime and ended up pleading to a lesser offense that resulted in him being released from jail.

http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/nation/2003-07-20-found-body-parts_x.htm

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