The defense counsel writes to the Judge that I have displayed “histrionics and inflammatory rhetoric” in my legal argument.Read More
Now that marijuana has been decriminalized in Washington state, issues are going to arise about driving under the influence. Unlike alcohol which only transiently stays in the body and can be detected with various tests, the detection of marijuana is a bit more complicated.Read More
Wake up at 6. Hear Alysha turn off the alarm and leave to teach her yoga class.
Lean down and grab ipad off floor. Check email. Check weather. Turn on Pandora Anthony Hamilton station. Lie there like a slug for another hour. Leisurely get up and out the door. Nala gets around to doing her business after first lunging for an imaginary squirrel.Read More
It's the weekend and guess where I am. Yes. In the office. Working on a brief. Because two defendants think they can get out of rear ending cars on the freeway. This is the story of my morning's misadventure.
Here are few details you will observe. First - yikes - no makeup. Second - am sitting on ball which apparently is bouncy. Third - have a runner's tan line.Read More
Am heading out on a plane tomorrow to fight this in court. The young woman is 21. The defense pulled all of her public social network postings a few years ago. Recently they tried to grab more stuff off the sites but encountered privacy settings.
We bring a motion to prevent "an unnecessary additional fishing expedition into her private life." The defense says - this information could be relevant so it has to be produced.Read More