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Alleged teen victim feels pressure in local assault case, part 2

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Our previous post left off asking a criminal process question. If the supposed victim in a criminal assault case doesn’t want the case to continue, then why does a trial go on? The reality is that criminal charges such as assault result from a government investigation, not necessarily because a victim wants to take… Read More »

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Alleged teen victim feels pressure in local assault case, part 1

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The realities of the legal system can seem harsh at times. That point is obvious for criminal defendants but also true at times for supposed crime victims. This is one of two posts about a Baltimore assault case that is drawing intense local attention. A 16-year-old who is the supposed victim of an assault… Read More »

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The right to remain silent can invalidate confessions

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Whenever someone is arrested and charged with a crime, that person has the right to remain silent. If the person chooses to exercise that right, the police or other investigators are not allowed to continue to harass that person to talk. In situations where authorities ignore this right and invoke a confession or evidence… Read More »

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Are ‘stop-and-frisk’ tactics violating innocent people’s rights?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Imagine walking down a street in your neighborhood, minding your own business. A police officer orders you to stop and begins peppering you with questions. He seems to have a hunch that you are guilty of some sort of drug crime. “What’s your name?” Where were you 10 minutes ago?” He makes you stand… Read More »

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