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Laura K. Gasiorowski to Teach at Tulane Law's Motion Bootcamp

By Laura K. Gasiorowski Esq., NJ & NY Criminal Defense Lawyer posted in Pre-Trial Procedures, Criminal Defense Law Firm News, Pretrial Motions on Monday, January 6, 2020

NEW ORLEANS – Laura K. Gasiorowski, Esq. of Robert G. Stahl Esq. Criminal Defense Lawyers is again teaching the Pre-Trial Motion Litigation Intersession Bootcamp at Tulane University’s School of Law January 6 – 13, 2020. The program provides second and third-year law students of the school with practical pre-trial motion litigation experience.

Tags: Pre-Trial Procedures, Criminal Defense Law Firm News, Pretrial Motions

The Importance of Pretrial Motions

By Robert G. Stahl Esq., NJ & NY Criminal Defense Lawyer posted in Criminal Defense, Criminal Discovery, Criminal Defense Process, Prosecution, Pretrial Motions on Monday, September 16, 2019

Whether you are in federal or state court, well-crafted pretrial motions are essential to a successful defense. Pretrial motions are requests by way of formal motion, which may ask for the court to compel the prosecutor to turn over evidence, to dismiss the indictment or certain counts, to exclude or limit certain evidence, or to prevent the prosecutor from making certain arguments to the jury, among other things. These types of motions may also raise discovery violations; challenge the admission of evidence from searches, electronic surveillance, identifications, and custodial interrogation; and/or challenge the sufficiency of grand jury proceedings.

Tags: Criminal Defense, Criminal Discovery, Criminal Defense Process, Prosecution, Pretrial Motions

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