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Blog Posts in January, 2014

Ninth Circuit Appeals Court Rules Gay Men Cannot Be Excluded from Jury Based on Sexual Orientation: Case Likely to Go to the Supreme Court

Here's an interesting case with salient lessons for Florida criminal defendants. The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco ruled last Tuesday that lesbians and gay ...
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Proposed Amendment to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) Would Expand Prosecutorial Powers, Allow Government to Go After Attempted Hackers

Senator Patrick Leahy wants to strengthen cybercrime law and nationalize data safety hygiene. His intentions are commendable. But his proposed tactics… questionable. Leahy recently ...
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Lowe v. State Court of Appeals Judgment Reversed by Supreme Court in Computer Pornography Case

On December 12, 2013, the Supreme Court of Mississippi reversed a conviction in the case of Lowe v. State. The criminal defendant allegedly had downloaded pornographic pictures of children under the ...
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Defendant in Camez v U.S. "Steamrolled" in First Ever Cyber Crime RICO Case

A cyber crime conviction in Las Vegas could have dramatic implications for similar cases across the country for years to come. A federal jury in Nevada found 22-year-old, David Ray Camez, guilty of ...
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Defendant Not Entitled to Reduce 40-Year Sentence for Managing Drug Crimes - U.S. v. Garza

Drug crimes are taken very, very seriously by the federal courts—arguably, a little too seriously. Advocates say long sentences for drug defendants are an important reason why the United States ...
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