Criminal defense lawyers represent clients accused of crimes. Their public counterparts are the prosecutors and district attorneys who represent the interests of the state in the prosecution of those accused of crimes. Both types of criminal lawyers deal with fundamental issues of the law and personal liberty. They defend many of the basic rights considered crucial to the preservation of a free and just society.
Category: Criminal Law
I previously noted here and here the controversy over an op-ed by professors Amy Wax and Larry Alexander. In Saturday's WSJ, Professor Wax has an article ...READ MORE +
The New York Times is a wonderfully reliable mouthpiece for the interests of criminals, drug pushers in particular, and it does not disappoint in yesterday's ...READ MORE +