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Page Pate discusses federal law on terrorism in Michigan case

February 25, 2016
An online CNN article cites attorney Page Pate’s writings on the federal determination of whether or not a mass shooting is terrorism, specifically in regards to the Kalamazoo shooter.

Prison Guards Indicted in Drug Sting

February 12, 2016
Transcript: Brenda: Federal prosecutors say a two-year investigation has now unraveled a statewide conspiracy within Georgia’s prisons. This investigation spanned a total of 11 different facilities, and yielded more than 130 indictments. Dozens of corrections workers are accused of using their law enforcement status to protect purported meth and cocaine deals, in exchange for …

FBI’s Use of “Playpen” Child Pornography Website May Be Unconstitutional

February 7, 2016
The FBI recently admitted that it had operated a child pornography website known as “Playpen” for several weeks in 2015. The FBI was supposedly using this website in an attempt to identify computer users across the world who may have attempted to access illegal child pornography images on the “Playpen” website through the Tor network. […]

Our Firm Helps Client Get a New Trial to Fight False Accusations of Child Molestation

February 7, 2016
On January 15, 2016, a Newton County judge reversed the convictions against our client and granted him a new trial. Our client (who has asked that we not use his name while the case is pending) had previously been convicted of rape, aggravated sexual battery, incest and multiple counts of child molestation. A lawyer who is […]

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