I'm looking for 9th circuit case law that establishes a
I'm looking for 9th circuit case law that establishes a jury's guilty verdict can be overturned when based on conflicting testimony regarding the existence of a conspiracy by the only alleged co-conspirator. For example if a conspirator testifies that starting January 2015 they knowingly joined a conspiracy with the defendant to sell drugs but during the same testimony they also state that starting January 2015 they actually stopped selling drugs; does that raise reasonable doubt when reviewed de novo that a conspiracy didn't actually occur? And is that sufficient to overturn a guilty jury verdict? Also there is a second alleged con-conspirator that also testified there wasn't a conspiracy and no one sold drugs starting January 2015.
Someone was already arrested and tried for the crime of
Someone was already arrested and tried for the crime of making butane hash oil. The project was found out because the building caught fire and burned down. Large amounts of marijuana were found. The person who owned the building was the one arrested, but others were involved.The owner wasn't the one making the hash oil. She didn't give the name of the person who was. Can this person still be tried? Or is it already closed because someone was convicted?
They stated my prior conviction wrong and it was the chief
They stated my prior conviction wrong and it was the chief reason they were granted the warrant. My prior states...Conspiracy with the intent to possess and distribute in excess of 500 grams of meth...They worded it Possession with intent to distribute in excess of 500 grams of meth
Sure...California....not sure Federal or State....I have
Sure...California....not sure Federal or State....I have evidence of an Employer falsifying a document, that was filed under penalty of perjury in California State Court...that was "related" to federal bankruptcy proceeding, filed during the same time....Employer assisted Debtor in filing false claims in both federal and state court....JA: What state is this in? And can you tell me a little more about the charge?Customer: California - Employer Falsified Documents (for Employee) then filed under penalty of perjury in State Court that directly impacted a the Employee/Debtor's further false filings in federal bankruptcy Chapter 7...JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Just the DOJJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I'm looking for a contingency representation....
Question to Legal Kal One last question in general -- though
Question to Legal KalOne last question in general -- though I am quite fearful--As a citizen hared by local authorities--I would like to file 7 complaint reports against the Sheriff's Department--Finding an attorney to stand by my side is quite difficult--I am 100% confidant my stance is objective and to fact and would never state any assumption including DA--only my recording that would substantiate three falsified reports-- Do you think Kal if all I state is fact I could take such steps alone.
I still haven't heard anything from anyone concerning this.
I still haven't heard anything from anyone concerning this. How long does this usually take. Is there a time frame they must follow? Since this has happened my ex called children services and told them there was drug use in the house. they came and me my girlfriend and my daughter all let them do drug tests. All of them will be negative.