The denial of redemption

By Rich A . . . What exactly is redemption?  Many are familiar with the religious concept of redemption:  the payment of a price, or ransom, to secure release.  In criminology, redemption often is defined as the point in time when a person with a criminal record, having had no further contact with the criminal justice system, is of no greater…

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NARSOL attending defense lawyers’ defending sex cases conference

Exhibiting for NARSOL in its fourth year at the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers’ annual Las Vegas seminar at Planet Hollywood November 15 and 16 were Legal Director Larry Neely of New Mexico, volunteer Stephen May of Arizona, and attorney King Alexander of Louisiana. This year’s seminar was titled “Defending the Unthinkable: Zealous Advocacy in Sex Offense and Child…

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Success at NACDL Seminar

RSOL is excited to report that we had a successful exhibit at the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers’ (NACDL) sixth annual Sex Crimes Training Seminar in Las Vegas. This is our second year attending this conference, and we intend to make this a yearly event. NACDL is the premier organization of criminal defense attorneys in the United States, which…

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