Some courts in the state of Washington are equipped with stationary cameras to help monitor everyday activities, so a San Juan County judge was surprised when she noticed that one of the cameras inside the court was moving, panning, tilting and even zooming in on some areas of the court room. Superior Court Judge Kathryn […]
Odds are you’ve had at least one run in with the law in the past, even if it’s something as simple as a traffic violation. However, that doesn’t mean that everyone has a clear understanding of how the criminal trial process works in Minnesota. Below, we take a closer look at all the processes involved […]
Stacy Kaye has been with Appelman Law Firm for over five years. She served as a Law Clerk for three years before joining the team as an associate in October 2010. Stacy specializes in a variety of criminal defense areas, including DUI, drug, juvenile, theft and violent crimes. In her Q&A, Stacy talks about the […]
A New York man who was arrested for “flipping the bird” at a police officer won his appeals case Thursday, reversing a decision made by a lower-court in Albany.
Guest blog by an anonymous former client For me, going to court for my DWI charge was very nerve wracking. It brought back feelings of guilt and remorse about the poor choice I had made. While my attorney Avery Appelman and I had talked about the likely outcome of my case, I was still fearful […]