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Blog Posts in July, 2014

  • Exoneration shows flaws in criminal justice system

    || 30-Jul-2014

    On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Violent Crimes on Wednesday, July 30, 2014. A man is celebrating his exoneration after spending a dozen years in prison for a crime he did not commit. Unfortunately, his story is not unheard of. A recent report in The Washington Post notes that over 317 exonerations have occurred since 1989, many with the help of the ...
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  • On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Drunk Driving on Friday, July 25, 2014. DUIs are expensive, but drivers in some parts of the country pay a significant amount more in insurance premiums than others. A recent article by NerdWallet analyzed the impact of DUIs on insurance throughout the country. The findings were particularly interesting for those in ...
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  • On behalf of Dan Henner of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebsposted in Drunk Driving on Friday, July 18, 2014. A man out of California is in the news for his attempt to take a case to the highest court in the United States: SCOTUS. SCOTUS, or the Supreme Court of the United States, denied review of his case. The case provides an interesting take on the reliability of DUI machines. The man's ...
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  • On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Criminal Defense on Wednesday, July 9, 2014. The Supreme Court of the United States, or SCOTUS, has been busy lately. From the Hobby Lobby case to cellphone issues, the justices have been addressing a wide range of legal matters in the last few weeks. When it comes to those facing criminal charges, the holding issued by ...
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  • How the Facebook case applies to you

    || 1-Jul-2014

    On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Criminal Defense on Tuesday, July 1, 2014. The Fourth Amendment is designed to provide the protection against unreasonable searches and seizures. This constitutionally guaranteed right extends to a variety of circumstances, but does it cover social media? That is a question currently being considered on an appeal being ...
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