A Criminal Lawyer Explains the Two “Impossibility Defenses”

A Criminal Lawyer Explains the Two “Impossibility Defenses”

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) released its annual list of crimes in September 2016 and, while property crimes had decreased in 2015, the data showed a 3.9 percent increase in violent crimes during the same year. However, the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program is unlikely to include the myriad of impossible acts for which

Mark H. Cibula Lands Spot on National Trial Lawyers Top 100

Mark H. Cibula Lands Spot on National Trial Lawyers Top 100

Press Release National Trial Lawyers Extends Membership Invitation Redding, California, 2017 — The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers invited Mark Cibula to join their exclusive membership base for the year of 2017. Membership is by invitation only and is only extended to 100 criminal defense lawyers in each state. The selection process is

Redding Criminal Defense Attorneys Understand Sex Crime Laws

Redding Criminal Defense Attorneys Understand Sex Crime Laws

The protection of American citizens against sex crimes began in 1996, but the Wetterling Act only required states to implement offender registries. In 2006, a new federal law, the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006 imposed stiffer regulations on states’ sex offender registry requirements. These new regulations called for not only a