Friday, July 20, 2012

The George Costanza Of Criminal Charges

This one is not a legal profession case, but is hard for an old Seinfeld fan to resist.

The New Mexico Supreme Court has reversed a decision of the Court of Appeals that rejected a defendant's claimed violation of his right to a speedy trial. The court here remanded the case for an evidentiary hearing.

The defendant is a licensed architectural draftsman. He was charged with offenses arising from allegations that he "had misrepresented himself as an architect." (Mike Frisch)

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Posted by: Law Offices of James Cupero | Jul 23, 2012 9:07:49 AM

I'm sure that you're singular effort will make up for the total failure of your learned peers in the academy.

Posted by: university of pennsylvania hospital | Aug 15, 2012 1:03:34 AM

Cant tell if previous post is being sarcastic? Anyways I am glad our tax dollars are going towards these kinds of noble endeavors /sarcasm

Posted by: Robert Koenig | Sep 20, 2012 5:14:02 PM

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