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   1.  SUPERLATIVE ENDING! NUMEROUS VERY SERIOUS CHARGES RESULTED IN A STET FOR THE CLIENT.
   2.  OUR CLIENT CHARGED WITH TELEPHONE MISUSE RECEIVED A JUST AND FAIR RESULT!
   3.  TOTAL AND COMPLETE VICTORY WAS ACHIEVED! ALL CHARGES DISMISSED BY THE COURT WITHOUT HAVING TO PRESENT ANY EVIDENCE ON BEHALF OF THE CLIENT AT TRIAL.
   4.  SPECTACULAR RESULT! THE CLIENT HAD BEEN INDICTED AND CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY TO IMPORT AT LEAST 5 KILOS AND LESS THAN 45 KILOS OF MARIJUANA.
   5.  The New York Times, Relapsing Shouldn’t Be a Crime [May 30, 2018]
   6.  The New York Times, Warrant is Needed for Driveway Search [May 30, 2018]
   7.  The Washington Post, Opinions: Don’t Let Sentencing Reform be Derailed [May 21, 2018]
   8.  New York Times: Prosecutors Listening In As Inmates Call Lawyers [May 23, 2018]
   9.  Washington Post Editorial: Getting Prosecutors to Share What They Know: A modest reform could help prevent wrongful convictions [March 20, 2016]
   10.  New York Times Editorial: The Push for Legal Marijuana Spreads [Friday November 6, 2015; Page A22]
   11.  New York Times Editorial: Excluding Blacks From Juries [Monday, November 2, 2015; Page A20]
   12.  Client/Attorney acquitted of assault after being wrongfully accused.
   13.  Great news! Our client, a highly decorated Prince George’s County police officer, is vindicated and exonerated of all charges in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia.
   14.  Automobile injury case in the District of Columbia settles for 0,000.00.
   15.  Automobile injury case settles in the Circuit Court for Charles County, Maryland, for 5,000.00.
   16.  Prince George’s County, Maryland Circuit Court judge grants our client’s Motion to Suppress evidence as a result of an illegal search and seizure. State dismisses the case as a result of the suppression of the evidence on September 25, 2015.
   17.  Montgomery County Circuit Court judge dismisses unfounded rape charges against our client as a result of our Motion to Dismiss the Indictment for pre-indictment delay on June 25, 2014
   18.  Montgomery County, Maryland, Circuit Court jury acquits our client on September 2, 2015, of allegations of a sex offense, which the State alleged to have occurred between 17 and 20 years ago
   19.  A Prince George’s County jury acquits our client of Transporting a Handgun and Possession of a Regulated Firearm after a three-day trial before the Honorable Michael R. Pearson of the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County Maryland on January 22, 2015
   20.  A Montgomery County, Maryland Circuit Court jury returns a verdict of ,788.00 in favor of our client on September 10, 2014
   21.  Senate to Improve Forensic Science and Standards
   22.  A Bit of Humor on Probable Cause
   23.  How Marijuana Use Causes Deficits that Affect Driving Ability
   24.  Prince George’s County is Overhauling Photo Lineups to Protect the Innocent from Prison
   25.  A First Degree Murder Case is Finally Resolved in the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County in Our Client’s Favor
   26.  Acquittal in the District Court of Maryland for Montgomery County
   27.  Acquittal in the District Court of Maryland for Prince George’s County
   28.  Acquittal in the District Court of Maryland for Montgomery County
   29.  Re-balancing crack cocaine convictions
   30.  D.C. Mayor Gray Supports Bill to Decriminalize Pot Possession
   31.  Total Vindication of our Client in Allegany County Circuit Court on the Charge of Rape
   32.  Jury Finds Our Client Not Guilty of Assault Upon Montgomery County Police Officer
   33.  First Degree Assault Case Dismissed in the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County
   34.  Death penalty convictions under review due to FBI forensic testimony errors
   35.  No ‘accepted medical use’ yet medical marijuana has been shown to ease pain.
   36.  Jury Finds Client Not Guilty After Four Day Trial in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County
   37.  The racially biased ‘war on marijuana’
   38.  Driving under the influence, new legal limits of marijuana levels.
   39.  Recommendation to drop the legal limit from 0.08 to 0.05
   40.  The Brady Rule, Calling for Open File Discovery Reform
   41.  Counterculture hero, Paolo Soleri, Dies at 93.
   42.  Lennon’s Advice
   43.  INNOCENT CLIENT FINALLY VINDICATED BY JURY FINDING OF NOT GUILTY AFTER THIRD TRIAL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CHARLES COUNTY
   44.  Challenges Plague the Budding Pot Industry Despite State Legality and Historical Popularity
   45.  Maryland Politics Dual Approach to Marijuana
   46.  Warning of Deportation as a Collateral Consequence is not Retroactive
   47.  Recognizing Juveniles’ Potential for Rehabilitation
   48.  Judge Taylor Left His Mark on Prince George’s County
   49.  A Fairer Deal For Those Who Plea
   50.  Rogue Lab Shakes 34,000 MA Drug Convictions
   51.  Prison Inmates Preparing For Success
   52.  Addicted To Painkillers But Not Ready For Help
   53.  Acquittal After Jury Trial In the Circuit Court for Montgomery County
   54.  Innocent Man Found Not Guilty of Murder After Trial
   55.  Study Claims to Improve Eyewitness Lineups
   56.  As Good as Dead: Life Without Parole
   57.  Sex Offender Registries: More harm than good?
   58.  Judge Upholds Speed Camera Accuracy
   59.  New Jersey Establishes New Standard for Eyewitness Identifications
   60.  Problems with Breathalyzer Machines Reach Far Beyond D.C.
   61.  Confession tossed out in Montgomery County Rape Case
   62.  Supreme Court Holds Prosecutors to Task
   63.  Our Friends at FroZenYo, and cofounder Chuck Rendelman Hit This One out of the Park
   64.  D.C. Expects Medical Marijuana by 2012
   65.  New Jersey Medical Marijuana Law Finally Showing Signs of Life
   66.  Kupferberg supports the United States Marshall Service in Escape from Court House Lockup
   67.  All dressed up, with nowhere to “Grow”
   68.  Can Marijuana be Used to Treat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)?
   69.  Goodbye Govinda. Hello Maestro Christopher Murray!
   70.  Italian Chef Takes on Vietnamese in Capitol Hill
   71.  Celebrity Sighting at MALDEF Awards Gala in D.C.
   72.  D.C. Breath Test Delayed at least until March 2012
   73.  Child’s Age a Special Consideration for Miranda
   74.  Mixed Feelings Toward Retroactive Crack Sentence Adjustments
   75.  Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Crack Remain an Unresolved Concern
   76.  Supreme Court split over definition of “Violent Felony”
   77.  Once again, success in the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County
   78.  Court of Special Appeals vacates Statutory Rape conviction
   79.  Medical Marijuana States Worried Over Increased Federal Enforcement
   80.  Maryland passes “Medical Necessity” Statute for Marijuana Possession
   81.  Prosperous Marijuana Entrepreneurs Face Setbacks, Repeal
   82.  Montgomery County Resident Falsely Arrested, Charged; Settles for 0,000
   83.  Arizona joins Medical Marijuana states
   84.  Must See!
   85.  Great Result in Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland
   86.  Another Success in Prince George’s County Circuit Court
   87.  Happy Ending! Prince George’s County, Maryland
   88.  Fingerprints Reveal More than Identity
   89.  Is This Steven Kupferberg or Bruce Wayne?
   90.  Why do Innocent people confess to Crimes they did not Commit?
   91.  Another Victory in Superior Court for the District of Columbia
   92.  An Alert to All in Frederick County
   93.  Get Behind Vallario, House of Delegates and Miller, Senate! Return Them to Annapolis!
   94.  Allegations of Pit Bull Dog Attack (First Degree Assault) on Police Officer in Charles County, Maryland
   95.  Medical Marijuana: Good for your Health, Bad for your Career?
   96.  Capitalist Marijuana Advocates Discuss Strict D.C. Regulations
   97.  Having a Busy Day?
   98.  Imagine
   99.  Recent 4th Amendment Search and Seizure Decisions
   100.  No Jail for Drug Offenders

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