Monthly Archives/Archivos por Mes: February 2014

Los acusados pueden usar bienes congelados para contratar abogados

NYTimes –  Por Adam Liptak, Publicado el 16 de octubre de 2013

 “WASHINGTON — Kerri y Brian Kaley, una pareja de Nueva York, no podía contratar un abogado para defenderse contra cargos penales graves debido a que el gobierno le había congelado sus bienes. Esto parece que les ocasionó un problema a […]

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Defendants May Be Able To Use Frozen Assets To Retain Lawyers

NYTimes By Adam Liptak, Published: October 16, 2013

“WASHINGTON — Kerri and Brian Kaley, a New York couple, were unable to hire a lawyer to defend themselves against serious criminal charges because the government had frozen their assets. That seemed to trouble several justices at a Supreme Court argument on Wednesday.

“The Kaleys were […]

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Un tribunal federal altera las reglas sobre la asignación de jueces

Por Benjamin Weiser y Joseph Goldstein

Publicado en el diario New York Times el 23 de diciembre de 2013 

“La Juez Principal, Loretta Preska, anunció nuevas reglas para hacer las asignaciones futuras de las causas más aleatorias y transparentes, y ofrecer a las partes un medio para que presenten objeciones […]

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Federal Court Alters Rules on Judge Assignments

By Benjamin Weiser and Joseph Goldstein

Published: December 23, 2013, N.Y. Times

“Chief Judge, Loretta Preska, announced new rules to make the future assignment of cases more random and transparent, and to offer a means for parties to object to assignments.

“Criminal and Civil cases are normally randomly assigned to federal judges in New […]

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