Recent Cases and Legal Analysis

New Federal Child Pornography Charges Involving Tor Network

November 30, 2015
We were recently contacted by several individuals who had either been arrested or had their homes searched by federal authorities based on allegations of receiving, distributing, or possessing child pornography through the Tor Network. Based on our experience, it appears that this is a massive criminal investigation by the FBI and other agencies resulting in […]

Our Firm Secures Dismissal of Federal Child Pornography Charges

November 30, 2015
I thought I would be picking a jury today in a federal child pornography case, but the prosecutor dismissed the case a few days ago. Our client had been charged with violations of 19 U.S.C. § 2252, which meant that he faced a minimum of ten years in prison if convicted on any charge. Fortunately, […]

Officers Charged in Freddie Gray Death

November 29, 2015
Transcript: Anchorwoman: …the protests and rioting. So, let’s discuss, now, these trials, particularly the one that begins tomorrow of Officer Porter. Joining me right now is criminal defense attorney and constitutional attorney, Page Pate. All right, Page, so this is very fascinating because we’re now going to see six separate trials, as opposed to one […]

A Second Chance for First Offender Act Treatment in Georgia Criminal Cases

November 25, 2015
A new Georgia law allows people to take advantage of the First Offender Act even after they have been sentenced. Under Georgia’s First Offender Act, an individual’s criminal case is discharged and the individual is completely exonerated of any criminal wrongdoing. Before the change in law, an individual could only receive First Offender treatment at […]




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