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Extradited Colombians must be allowed to see their families

March 1, 2017 MAILED VIA USPS CERTIFIED MAIL Juan Carlos Pinzón 1724 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington, DC 20036 Dear Ambassador [more]

Se debe permitir a los ciudadanos colombianos extraditados ver a sus familiares

Marzo, 1, 2017 ENVIADO VIA UPS CORREO CERTIFICADO Juan Carlos Pinzón 1724 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington, DC 20036 Estimado Embajador [more]

"Juicio" es una mala palabra

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Trial is a Bad Word

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Extradited Colombians must be allowed to see their families

March 1, 2017 MAILED VIA USPS CERTIFIED MAIL Juan Carlos Pinzón 1724 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington, DC 20036 Dear Ambassador [more]

Se debe permitir a los ciudadanos colombianos extraditados ver a sus familiares

Marzo, 1, 2017 ENVIADO VIA UPS CORREO CERTIFICADO Juan Carlos Pinzón 1724 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington, DC 20036 Estimado Embajador [more]

"Juicio" es una mala palabra

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Although the firm handles all types of criminal cases, we specialize in narcotics and money laundering cases and we practice almost exclusively in the Federal Courts of New York, New Jersey, and Washington, D.C. However we have represented clients in Federal courts all over the United States and Puerto Rico. Mr. Zapp is fluent in Spanish, born and reared in the Republic of Panama and attending Columbia College and Columbia Law School in New York City. Mr. Zapp also travels to Latin America where he counsels defendants awaiting extradition in Latin America.

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Extradited Colombians must be allowed to see their familiesComment Now/Opina ya! »

March 1, 2017

MAILED VIA USPS CERTIFIED MAIL
Juan Carlos Pinzón
1724 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036

Dear Ambassador Pinzón,

We write this letter in support of a request that you insist to the appropriate U.S. authority to honor the condition of extradition as set forth by your Supreme Court to allow extradited Colombian nationals visits by […]

“Juicio” es una mala palabraComment Now/Opina ya! »

Por Johanna Zapp

Lo siguiente es parte de un artículo que apareció en el diario New York Times recientemente.  El mismo habla de la decadencia de los juicios con jurado en nuestros tribunales. Hace poco estuve en la Radio Pública Nacional  para tratar exactamente este tema. Yo comentaba sobre cómo los acusados están aterrorizados ante la […]

Trial is a Bad WordComment Now/Opina ya! »

By Johanna Zapp

This is part of an article that appeared in the New York Times recently. It talks about the decline of jury trials in our courts. I was recently on National Public Radio talking about this exact issue. I was commenting on how defendants are terrified at the notion of going to trial. An […]

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