On Criminal Defense

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Last week I was able to have a criminal case, including several felony counts, dismissed against one of my clients. This was because, via motion, I argued that the Government had violated their right to a Speedy Trial, under both the California and Federal Constitution.

The Sixth Amendment guarantees “In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a…

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Doug Ecks, Esq is a lawyer and member of NLG-LA. He is also a stand up comic and author. You can support my writing at https://ko-fi.com/dougx

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Doug Ecks

Doug Ecks

Doug Ecks, Esq is a lawyer and member of NLG-LA. He is also a stand up comic and author. You can support my writing at https://ko-fi.com/dougx

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