Posts tagged "criminal defense"

Atticus Who? How Jim Bouton Inspired Jeffrey Lichtman

jeffrey-lichtman.jpgSince the Major League Baseball season starts for most teams this week, we thought it would be the perfect time to chat with Jeffrey Lichtman, a New York criminal defense attorney whose clients have included John A. Gotti and AIG executives named in the New York Attorney General's probe of the insurance industry.

Talkin' Baseball (and Koufax and Greenberg) with Jeffrey Lichtman

jeffrey-lichtman.jpgSince the Major League Baseball season starts for most teams this week, we thought it would be the perfect time to chat with Jeffrey Lichtman, a New York criminal defense attorney whose clients have included John A. Gotti and AIG executives named in the New York Attorney General's probe of the insurance industry.

From the Vault: The Wildest Cases of Defense Lawyer Leslie Ballin

In the 2008 issue of Mid-South Super Lawyers, we featured criminal defense attorney Leslie Ballin of Ballin, Ballin & Fishman in Memphis. Ballin has successfully defended people who've admitted to killing their spouses, notorious criminals, and a man named Snake. An excerpt:

Milwaukee Criminal Defense Lawyer Dennis Coffey Foresees Booming Business

In the next issue of Wisconsin Super Lawyers & Rising Stars magazine, out in November, Milwaukee criminal defense lawyer Dennis P. Coffey of Mawicke & Goisman, talks about what he's learned from his more than 400 jury trials. In this blog-exclusive portion of the Q&A, Coffey, below, talks about the number of regular citizens who may soon find themselves part of criminal proceedings ...

Milwaukee Criminal Defense Lawyer Dennis Coffey on The War on Drugs

In the next issue of Wisconsin Super Lawyers & Rising Stars magazine, Milwaukee criminal defense lawyer Dennis P. Coffey of Mawicke & Goisman, talks about what he's learned from his more than 400 jury trials. In this blog-exclusive portion of the Q&A, Coffey, below, talks about the disconnect between state budgets and the War on Drugs:

This Isn't Legal Advice: Exploring Legal Myths and Oddities with Michael Cicchini

If you break up with your fiancé, do you have to give the ring back? Are Miranda Rights mandatory? Can you be charged with a DUI while driving ... a wheelchair?