New York Law Should Require Corroboration of Uncharged Crimes Offered Through Accomplice Testimony

Posted in Uncategorized on November 7th, 2011 by rlangone

Richard M. Langone, Esq. The admission of evidence of uncharged crimes may be the most contested evidentiary matter in criminal trials. Yet, the law is still unsettled on the quantum of foundational evidence necessary to admit evidence of uncharged crimes and other bad acts offered to prove moti ..

Limits on the Use of Government Case Agents as Expert Witnesses by Richard M. Langone, Esq.

Posted in Government, Witnesses on September 30th, 2011 by rlangone

Until recently, it was common practice in both state and federal courts to allow law enforcement case agents to testify as “expert witnesses” on the criminal organizations they were assigned to investigate.  Sometimes these agents spend years tracking and monitoring their assigned organized cri ..

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