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Improper PowerPoint Presentation Results in a $300,000 Verdict Being Thrown Out

During his closing argument, plaintiff’s counsel utilized the PowerPoint presentation to support his argument that Stubbs decision to proceed to trial reflected a bad character and his refusal to accept responsibility for the happening of the incident. Additionally, plaintiff’s counsel argued that Stubbs and his attorney were acting in concert to blame Romano. Also, during the presentation, plaintiff’s counsel projected words indicating that Stubbs was a criminal, had a propensity for violence and that the jury needed to “send a message.” Ultimately, the jury returned a verdict of $300,000 to compensate Romano for his injuries.

Be Cautious While Choosing an Auto Accident Attorney

Choosing the right auto accident attorney is an important step to receiving compensation for your injuries. Be sure to check into the practice of any attorney you are considering hiring, and never be afraid to ask questions about their case record history and rate of success.

Defending the Indefensible

Our trial-by-jury legal system is one of the most genius inventions mankind has ever come up with. It is not perfect, but it is preferable to any other judicial system imaginable. Think about it; we live in a country where a group of your fellow citizens hears the evidence, deliberates, and decides whether or not you are found guilty.

Different Sentences in Similar Cases Under Leandra’s Law

Leandra’s Law, which went into effect in December of 2009, carries severe penalties for driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs if there is a passenger in the car under the age of 16. The law was named for an 11-year-old New York girl who was killed when the car she was riding in crashed. The driver of the car, who had been drinking, was the mother of a friend of Leandra’s.

By the Numbers: New York Ranks Low in Drunk Driving Offenses

The trend in recent years has been to increase the punishment for New York DWI offenses such as underage DWI, driving while ability impaired by alcohol (DWAI), aggravated DWI and drunk driving with a child passenger along with several other types of drunk driving charges, while limiting your opportunities for compromising the original offense charged. Repeat offenses are treated especially harshly. Nevertheless, Greenspan & Greenspan are experienced lawyer’s who can provide advice and aggressively protect your interests after a drunk driving arrest.

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