Legal Advice for Communications — 199 results
Written by attorney Richard Noll, over 1 year ago.
It stopped surprising me years ago when a new client (who had previously hired a different attorney) would exclaim, "I never knew that. My attorney never explained that to me." I have come... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, 11 months ago.
It may seem hard to believe but since 1986 when the original Electronic Communications Privacy Act became law, no changes to email privacy law have been made.
Under the 1986 law, law... more
Written by attorney Allister Liao, 9 months ago.
In California consent of all parties to a confidential communication is required before recording is lawful. See, California Penal Code, Sections 630 et seq.
What is a "Confidential... more
Written by attorney Hunter S Conrad, 12 months ago.
Many Florida criminal cases rely on the testimony and participation of confidential informants. Many times these informants have criminal records that are less than clean. As a result, an... more
Written by attorney Grover Collins, about 1 year ago.
Search Warrant involving Confidential Informant
July 8, 2013byGrover Christopher CollinsLeave a Comment
Search Warrants using a CI or confidential informant.
Written by attorney Luke Nichols, about 1 year ago.
Many people who are arrested for serious drug crimes are approached by detectives wanting information. Those detectives may or may not make vague promises of assistance. If you are... more
Written by attorney Martin Weinberg, over 1 year ago.
I've had a number of juvenile and minor clients over the pass few years whose information was improperly released by law enforcement. We have been successful in getting settlements where... more
Written by attorney Russell Ferraro, over 1 year ago.
Substantial Assistance is a Legal Reason for a Downward Departure
Floridas Criminal Punishment Code mandates certain minimum sentences in felony cases based on a mathematical equation that... more
Written by attorney Barry Evan Haimo, over 1 year ago.
You will have a combination of will or trust and health care directives, to ensure your needs are provided for. This includes while you are alive, upon your incapacity (caused by illness or... more
Written by attorney Alan Brinkmeier, almost 3 years ago.
An ever-growing amount of people use the Internet and continue to be unaware of the information being collected about them. Persons that use the internet to communicate should know that... more