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Vote Yes on 17; Parolees Should Vote!

Posted by Rob Uriostegui on November 1, 2020

By Rob Uriostegui, Esq.  (Margolin & Lawrence Attorneys at Law)

Mistress the Safe Word is "Ballot:" California's Proposition 17 Keeps Society Safe for All

Prop 17 gives back the right vote to many, which is really mandated by democratic theory. With more voters, the chances of selecting the correct candidate is increased.

Vote Yes on 25 for Bail Reform: California's Prop 25 Ends the Innocent Poor Man's Dilemma

Posted by Rob Uriostegui on October 31, 2020

By Rob Uriostegui, Esq.  (Margolin & Lawrence Attorneys at Law)

California's Prop 25 Ends the Innocent Poor Man's Dilemma: Does He Plead Guilty Now to Get Out of Jail Sooner or Fight the Case but Stay Locked Up Until Vindicated?

Vote yes on Proposition 25 that ends cash bail. For years, prosecutors have used cash bail as a weapon against the accused to coerce an early plea deal. This interferes with the defendant's right to a fair trial, right to counsel, and other due process rights. This is wrong. Prop 25 ends this.

2020: Sequel to Orwell’s 1984 - Surveillance State

Posted by Rob Uriostegui on July 5, 2020

 

“Until they became conscious they will never rebel, and until after they have rebelled they cannot become conscious… The Party seeks power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of others; we are interested solely in power, pure power.” Orwell’s 1984.

“Dominate?” We Are in This Mess Because of Police Domination

Posted by Rob Uriostegui on June 3, 2020

June 3, 2020

By Rob Uriostegui ESQ
robu@margolinlawrence.com
 

On a conference call with governors, Trump used the word “dominate” on how to deal with the civil unrest throughout the country. ( https://www.cbsnews.com/news/trump-united-states-governors-weak-dominate-protest-civil-unrest/ ) This completely misses the point, lacks leadership, and is dangerous.

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