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Making A Positive Impact – How I Defend “Those” People

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Making A Positive Impact – How I Defend “Those” People When I meet new people and they find out that I am a criminal defense attorney, more often than not one question follows. The question is always some version of “How can you defend those people?” There are so many ways I want to answer this question because I feel very passionately about being a criminal defense attorney. If I launched into my full feelings the person asking the question would get far more than they wanted and I would probably not be very popular. The short answer is that the people...

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I’ve Been Pulled Over and Been Drinking … Now What?

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Useful Information About DWI Investigations For many people there is no scarier situation than to be pulled over by the police after having some drinks. Whether its one or two drinks at a work happy hour, three or four drinks at a Christmas Party, or several drinks after a long night, fear and anxiety are unavoidable when dealing with the police. The first thing you must think about is context. Police already expect people to be drinking substantially more than usual this time of year because of the holidays. Starting with the night before Thanksgiving and going through New Years, the...

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The Importance of Preserving Evidence

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St. Louis Criminal Defense Attorney Jason Korner Many of the blogs on this website answer commonly asked questions that are often asked by clients. This post serves as more of a public service announcement. Sometimes there is a gap in time between an incident or an allegation and when a person consults with an attorney. Sometimes the gap in time is only a day or two, but other times it can be weeks or months. All of this is lost time when it comes to gathering and preserving potential pieces of key evidence for the defense. Some items of potential evidence...

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Is He Said She Said Enough to Convict Someone of a Crime?

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St. Louis Criminal Defense Attorney Jason Korner There are many cases, whether a domestic stealing, domestic assault, or sexual assault that prosecutor’s attempt to prove with “he said she said” evidence. This is to say that there is no other evidence than one person’s word against another person’s word. There are many people who would say there is no evidence to prove something happened if it is one person’s work against another person’s word, but that is not true. If a judge or jury believes the accuser as opposed to the person who says nothing happened, then can be a conviction?...

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