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Monthly Archives: January 2020

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North Carolina Law Effective Immediately Mandates That Sexual Assault Kits Long Held in Storage Be Tested in Order to “Put Rapists in Prison”

By Hauter Law Firm, PC |

A new law – which has recently been announced as going into effect immediately here in North Carolina – mandates that the state funds be put towards testing existing sexual assault kits that have been sitting in law-enforcement evidence storage in order to place more rapists in prison and get rid of – as… Read More »

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Administration Faces Three Legal Defeats Against Strict Immigration Policies

By Hauter Law Firm, PC |

A number of important federal immigration decisions were decided in September which completely changes a number of important immigration legal issues, as we discuss below: Eliminating Hearings Before Judges Prior to Deportation In late September, a federal judge blocked the Trump administration from extending the authority of officers to deport people without first allowing… Read More »

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Defendant Receives 10-Year Sentence for Shooting Lawful Resident After Entering What She Thought Was Her Apartment: How The Castle Doctrine Works

By Hauter Law Firm, PC |

One particular criminal trial in October captured news headlines because it involved a police officer accidentally entering into what she thought was her own apartment and fatally shooting the man who resided there, who she mistakenly thought was an intruder. The defendant put forth what’s known as the castle doctrine; a version of what… Read More »

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The U.S. Supreme Court Is Set to Hear Two Very Important Criminal Trials

By Hauter Law Firm, PC |

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear two very important criminal cases in October; one involving the question of whether it is legal for a state to do away with the insanity defense, and the other examining whether the 14th Amendment confers one’s federal Sixth Amendment rights to an impartial (unanimous) jury verdict in state… Read More »

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The U.S. Supreme Court Weights to What Extent State Criminal Laws Are at Odds with Federal Immigration Laws

By Hauter Law Firm, PC |

The U.S. Supreme Court is currently considering a case that will have significant impacts on both criminal and immigration laws. The case involves an immigrant who allegedly used a fake Social Security card in order to be able to work in the state of Kansas. While federal authorities looked the other way and decided… Read More »

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