A Father Accused of Molesting a Girl at the Daycare His Son Attended
On cross-examination by the defense, the State’s witnesses conceded false memories are a real danger when small children report they have been molested.
A Daycare Operator Accused of Molesting a Child at the Daycare
In a second trial, the defense focused much more on the accused’s long history as a man who took good care of children.
A 14-Year-Old Accused of Molesting the Sister of a Friend
A 14-year-old boy won his child sex abuse case before trial because the defense thoroughly tested the child’s competence to testify.
A Neighbor Accused of Molesting a Child Next Door
The law enforcement interview of the alleged victim helped the defense convince a jury to acquit the accused.
A Father Accused of Molesting His Son
Knowing when to end the defense interview of the boy led to winning the case without trial.
Aimée Sutton Participates in Judicial Institute
Aimée Sutton recently participated in the Judicial Institute, which offers a series of presentations sponsored by the Seattle University Law School for secondary school teachers. Aimée and a federal prosecutor worked together to present... Read More
Assessing the Abel Assessment
The Abel Assessment for Sexual Interest—AASI—is a computer-based test used to measure a person’s sexual interests, especially towards children. Developed by Dr. Gene Abel over the last two decades, it is regularly used to... Read More
Marshall Defense Firm Celebrates Ahmed Ajam’s Release From Guantanamo
On February 11th, The Marshall Defense Firm hosted a celebration of the freedom of its last client imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay, Ahmed Ajam. Mr. Ajam, a native of Syria, has been resettled in Uruguay.... Read More
Ahmed Ajam Released from Guantanamo Bay Detention Center by Obama Administration
The Obama administration announced on December 7, 2014, that it had released six prisoners who had been held at the Guantanamo Bay detention center. Among the six was Ahmed Ajam, a Syrian, who had... Read More
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