Attorney Nathan Crane Skillfully Proves Unfair And Prejudicial Trial In United States V. Michael Sam, Winning a New Trial for Convicted Client
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In their wisdom and to attempt to prevent the government from becoming despotic, the Founders established safeguards to those rights against government interference. Given the centrality of those rights, the government ought not be in the business of interfering with or infringing them short of very compelling reasons upon which we collectively agree.
Following the drastic steps implemented by governments nationwide following Covid-19 reaching our shores, the United States’ economy suffered a substantial loss. To bolster the economy, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, a massive 335-page piece of legislation that allocated $2 trillion dollars for economic relief.
By: Nathan A. Crane
The #MeToo movement has created a flood of claims, public accusations and predicted denials. No one could have suspected the extent of the issue. Many of the claims involve alleged conduct that occurred years or even decades before the claim is made, and this raises difficult and unusual legal issues for the participants in legal cases.
By: Nathan A. Crane
The federal judiciary has received an increase in their yearly budget. This extra funding will be used to increase daily pay for jurors to $50/day. While this pay for jurors is a far cry from what they deserve for the important work they do, it is welcome news. This is the first juror pay increase in over 28 years.
Regardless of how you might feel about defendants, they are entitled to a fair trial under the Fifth and Sixth Amendments. That includes a prosecution that produces all material information within its possession, custody or control that could bear on…
Former Utah County commissioner Gary Anderson sentenced to probation for posing as Mormon official in fraud scheme. Criminal defense attorney Nathan Crane presented a successful plea agreement avoiding jail time.
Charges were dismissed against Richard Otterstrom who was wrongly accused of causing a July 4th fire that badly damaged a home in Cottonwood Heights. “We feel that a redaction should be issued as an apology to my client who was wrongly accused, “ said Otterstrom’s lawyer, Nathan A. Crane.
Salt Lake County prosecutors dismissed charges against Nathan Crane’s client accused of starting a July Fourth grass fire that burned about 25 acres and damaged several structures including a home. As reported in the Salt Lake Tribune, Cottonwood Heights police made considerably errors in their investigation of the case.