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Monthly Archives: April 2022


The Blue Wall Of Silence: What Will It Take To Get Police To Speak Up?

By Lobo Law |

When George Floyd was killed by a police officer whose knee pinned Floyd’s neck to the pavement for upwards of ten minutes, the country was outraged.  Derek Chauvin’s smug expression as the life drained from Floyd’s body didn’t help his court case, and Chauvin eventually went down with a murder conviction months after the… Read More »

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When Facing Homicide Charges

By Lobo Law |

There were 180 murders in Nevada in 2020.  That number jumped to 245 in 2021. One Nevada homicide lieutenant attributes the rise in killings to the accessibility of firearms. Cars and nightstands across the state contained loaded guns, meaning Nevada’s youth and criminals are able to get their hands on them with minimal effort…. Read More »

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The Perils Of No-Knock Warrants To Innocents

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No knock warrants—and the deadly consequences to innocents—are in the news yet again.  Amir Locke, asleep on the couch in a Minnesota apartment, was killed as police stormed into the room on a no-knock warrant. While Locke did have a gun that he grabbed as he was startled awake, authorities confirm that his name… Read More »

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Should Juveniles Be Charged As Adults?

By Lobo Law |

Back in the 1700’s the criminal justice system treated all convicted criminals the same, regardless of gender, age, or mental illness. Prisons were filled with a mix of them all, until somebody recognized that there was a problem with the system in 1825.  At that point, the New York House of Refuge was established… Read More »

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