CAR STOPS – “Failure To Signal” new predicate for car stops

Any criminal practitioner in recent years has seen a proliferation of the latest "catch all" predicate police allege for making a car stop: the defendant failed to signal.  It is a clever predicate in that, unlike the allegation of mechanical issues such as a broken tail light, it is nearly impossible to disprove. Moreover, in light  of the
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SPOLIATION

Often in contentious litigation, the opposing party will "lose" or "misplace" a document within their control which you have requested in the course of discovery and reasonably believe is important to establishing your case. As a litigant, one must overcome this "stone walling" tactic and turn it against the offending party. To do so, one should
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Myers, Singer & Galiardo LLP

Myers, Singer & Galiardo LLP