Phoenix Vehicular Homicide Lawyer Answers Legal Questions – Criminal Attorney Adam Feldman

If you have been charged with a homicide relating to a car accident, contact criminal defense lawyer, Adam Feldman. Mr. Feldman provides free consultations and is willing to assist in even the most complex legal matters. You may also visit our website for more information at http://www.afphoenixcriminalattorney.com/homicide

In this Google Hangout, Adam answers questions related to criminal charges stemming from a DUI-related accident in Phoenix or Maricopa County.

0:13 My son was drinking and driving when he got into an accident. He is now in jail facing murder charges. How is this possible?

1:59 I know that he did not mean to kill anyone and has a clean criminal and driving history. Will this help him?

3:02 What defenses can we use to help my son?

5:00 My son was on prescription medications and alcohol. Does the fact that he was on prescription medications help him?

6:44 Is my son looking at serious time for a crime that he never meant to commit.

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It Is Time for a New Civil Rights Movement | Adam Foss | TEDxNatick

Attorney Adam Foss thinks big. “It is time for a new civil rights movement,” he says. Waiting for the next “Rosa Parks” or next “Malcolm X” is not productive. Instead, he tells listeners to “stop waiting,” because our “new leaders are in this room. Each one of you can do something.”

Adam is a former Assistant District Attorney in the Suffolk County Office (Boston). The “Root” named him one of the 100 most influential black Americans of 2016. In 2015 he was recognized among the 40 most up-and-coming lawyers in the U.S. by National Law Journal. In 2013 the Massachusetts Bar Association voted Adam Prosecutor of the Year. Adam is a fierce advocate for criminal justice reform and the importance of the prosecutor in ending mass incarceration.

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Phoenix Drug Crimes Lawyer Answers Legal Questions- Defense Attorney Adam Feldman

If you have been charged with drug sale, drug possession, or drug distribution; contact criminal lawyer Adam Feldman today for a free consultation. You may also visit our website for more information at http://www.afphoenixcriminalattorney.com/drug-crimes

In this Google Hangout Adam answers questions related to drug offenses in Phoenix.

0:16 How many drug cases have you tried and won?

1:56 My son received a possession charge and we’re looking to hire an attorney. What can be done to keep this off his record? He is a college student.

3:23 My husband is in Maricopa County for a distribution charge. We don’t have a lot of money, but he wants me to bail him out. If I do, we might have a hard time hiring an attorney. What do you recommend and what do you charge?

6:29 I have pending drug sale court date. I don’t think the public defender’s office is helping me. When is too late to hire an attorney?

8:15 I have multiple drug charges. I’d like to hire an attorney. What payment terms do you offer?

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Adam Feldman is a criminal attorney located in Phoenix, Arizona. He answers your online questions in this Google hangout. The questions he answers are as follows:

00:14 If I hire you, will you work on a payment plan? If so, how much will I need to put down?

01:29 Okay, all right. Next question was, will you be able to tell to me ahead of time my chances of winning my case?

02:44 I have been charged with will multiple drug misdemeanors. However, I have a previous felony in another state? Since they are misdemeanors which I assume will be plead out, is it necessary for me to hire an attorney?

04:01 I have been charged with a crime (which I don’t want to discuss publicly) but this will affect my job if I’m convicted. Is it possible to hide proceedings from the public?

05:09 I have a DUI charge, but two from other states. How will this affect my case?

If you have as specific question you would like answered feel free to post it in the comments section below. You may also visit our website directly at http://www.afphoenixcriminalattorney.com

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Think Like a Lawyer | Adam Lange | TEDxGrinnellCollege

The practice of zeal. How to zealously advocate for your cause. Keep being a zealous advocate; but in the process, don’t forget to be an advocate for yourself. Adam ’11 graduate of Grinnell and the oldest of three children, all first-generation college students and Grinnell graduates. While attending Grinnell, Adam majored in Political Science and Gender, Women’s, & Sexuality Studies, captained the Mock Trial program, and studied off campus at Grinnell-in-Washington including an internship with the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights.
Adam presently works for Gitlin, Horn & Van de Kieft LLP where his current work is primarily focused on litigation on behalf of deaf and hard of hearing individuals across New York City. This includes cases of alleged discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Rehabilitation Act, the New York State Human Rights Law, and the New York City Human Rights Law where deaf individuals contend they were denied American Sign Language interpreters or other aids in a number of settings including police services, hospital admissions, and various city and related agencies including homeless shelters. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

Adam Ruins Everything – Why the Public Defender System is So Screwed Up

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Adam Ruins Everything – Why the Public Defender System is So Screwed Up

If HB 21 passes you could face up to a year in jail and a ,500 fine for not obeying a 911 operator. This legislation will certainly be used to harass those who choose to defend themselves and their loved ones with a gun. There are numerous examples of operators telling victims to disarm them self and not protect their family with a firearm. Doing so will now incur the costs of going to court to defend yourself even if your actions were justified.

The Maryland Chiefs of Police Association, The Maryland Sheriffs Association and The Maryland Office of the Public Defender have all come out against this poorly conceived bill. No one other than Delegate Conaway came to testify in support of HB 21.

Delegate Conaway must consider 911 operators to be all knowing and incapable of giving bad advice in a fluid situation. If you don’t share Delegate Conaway’s deep faith in 911 operator’s ability to tell you what’s best, then contact your representative today and tell them to vote against HB 21.