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Did Ray Rice Commit a Crime?

UPDATE on 9/8/14:  Obviously Ray Rice committed a crime.  Not only is the evidence out there, but he has actually pleaded guilty to the offense.  As of 40 minutes ago, he is no longer a Raven.  As of 15 minutes ago, he is indefinitely suspended from NFL football.   The league really screwed this up. […]

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Warnken Featured Nationally

With Tea Party groups about to sue the Internal Revenue Service, there has been much question about succeeding in lawsuits against the Federal Government.  How can you sue the Federal Government?  Can lawsuits against the Government win?  What’s the best way to win a lawsuit against the Federal Government? Warnken, LLC does not have many […]

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Warnken Speaks on Huguely Again

Byron Warnken is one of the foremost appellate attorneys in Maryland.  After the trial, comes sentencing (if it’s a criminal case), motions for new trial, other post trial motions, and, ultimately, the appeal.  Appellate attorneys are often a different breed than trial attorneys.  Warnken, in the linked video says, “In an appeal, the trial judge […]

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Warnken in the News for Various Cases

Warnken representing Joanna Findlay

Professor Byron Warnken has been in the news quite a bit lately discussing the Yeardley Love case, non-English speaking defendants, and the Bob Ehrlich / Paul Schurick robo-calling fiasco. You can read more about Warnken and non-English speaking defendants here. Warnken correctly predicted the outcome in the Schurick robo calling case. You can read more […]

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Warnken Talks to ABC

Professor and Maryland Criminal Lawyer Byron L. Warnken was quoted multiple times this week in the media.  He spoke to ABC about the George Huguely trial.  The topic was opening statements and their power over juries.  The opening statement is obviously crucial.  Warnken’s quote can be read here.

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Professor Warnken Talks to CBS

Jury selection is underway in the Yeardley Love murder trial.  The trial is taking place in Virginia.  CBS asked Professor Byron Warnken to comment on the case.  The veteran criminal law professor and Maryland criminal attorney Warnken said that the prosecution’s case looks very solid.  He also talked about various defenses that Huguely and the […]

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Professor Warnken Interviewed Regarding Casey Anthony Verdict

Professor Byron Warnken, as Legal Analyst for News Channel 2, Is Interviewed about the “Not guilty” Verdict in the Casey Anthony Murder Trial

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Professor Warnken Interviewed Regarding Jury’s Award of Punitive Damages in Exxon Case

Professor Byron Warnken, as Legal Analyst for WJZ Television, Is Interviewed on the Jury’s Award of Punitive Damages in the Baltimore County Case in Which Exxon Was Responsible for Underground Leaks That Made Homes Uninhabitable

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Professor Warnken Interviewed About COA’s reversal of Two High Profile First Degree Murder Convictions

Professor Warnken interviewed regarding Court of Appeals’ reversal of first degree murder convictions of two men convicted of beheading three young family members.

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Professor Warnken Interviewed About Indictment Against Personnel Working for Former Governor Ehrlich’s Gubernatorial Campaign

Warnken interviewed about indictment of Paul Schurick and Julius Henson, former personnel working on Ehrlich gubernatorial campaign.

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