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April 2016 Archives

Man Released After Wrongful Conviction in 43-Year Cold Case

Recent evidence has shed light on a 43-year cold case. In 2012, Jack McCullough was convicted of the 1957 kidnapping and murder of 7-year-old Maria Ridulph in Sycamore, Illinois. McCullough was questioned as a suspect soon after the girl's disappearance. He provided an alibi, that he had been on a train from Rockford, Illinois to Chicago, and went on to live his life.

Assets Can't Be Frozen If Not Tied to a Crime, Supreme Court Says

Late last month, the Supreme Court battled it out over the legality of the government freezing money unconnected to a crime. Justice Stephen G. Breyer said the case was a simple one, that the government can confiscate "a robber's loot, a drug seller's cocaine, a burglar's tools, or other property associated with the planning, implementing, or concealing of a crime." However, there is one thing it cannot do and it is this: freeze money or other assets unconnected to the crime.

What You Need to Know About Filing a Motion to Vacate Judgment and Sentence in Florida

Picture this: you've just interviewed for your dream job, and you feel great about it, with the exception of one tiny detail. You've got something on your record. The worst part about it is, the thing that's on your record is an old and minor conviction.

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