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Home Confinement Prioritized as Response to COVID-19

Posted by Seth Chazin | Apr 01, 2020 | 0 Comments

Unfortunately, no security system is strong enough to prevent COVID-19 from breaking into the prison system.Yet many inmates in federal prison, state prison or county jail who have underlying health conditions are undoubtedly safer in a home confinement situation where there is better access to quality doctors ...

Harvey Weinstein gets 23 Years for Sexual Assault

Posted by Seth Chazin | Mar 22, 2020 | 0 Comments

Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison for third-degree rape (CA Penal Code 261) and sexual assault  in the first degree (CA Penal Code 243)

Fremont, CA Client Acquitted of Child Sexual Assault Charges

Posted by Seth Chazin | Feb 20, 2020 | 0 Comments

The case was tried before a jury in Alameda County Superior Court over the course of two months. Multiple motions were filed and argued before the court, as Mr. Chazin and his team fought tooth and nail to obtain a fair trial for their client, despite the judge and prosecutor’s best efforts to see that the client was convicted. As sex crime attorneys, we immediately sought to reassure the client that we would do everything in our power to help him out of this terrible situation. An aggressive and thorough investigation was immediately launched in defense of our client, with several of the area’s best investigators and experts, including a child psychologist and a DNA expert. The jury came back after a mere 90 minutes of deliberations. Not only did they acquit our client of the alleged child molestation, but they also acquitted him of a lesser-included offense

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“The death penalty is a lie, a misguided mistake born of anger and frustration. Capital punishment has become a perverse monument to inequality, to how some lives matter and others do not. It is a violent example of how we protect and value the rich and abandon and devalue the poor. The death penalty is a grim, disturbing shadow formed by the legacy of racial apartheid and bias against the poor that condemns the disfavored among us, but corrupts us all. It’s the perverse symbol elected officials use to strengthen their ‘tough on crime’ reputations and distract us from confronting the causes of violence. It is finally the enemy of grace, redemption and all of us who recognize that each person is more than their worse act.”
- Bryan Stevenson