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Luke Rioux
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Maine Criminal Defense Attorney
Maine Criminal Defense Attorney

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Traffic tickets in Maine, everything you ever wanted to know

If you plan to visit Maine this summer, drive carefully. There will be plenty of police out there looking for speeding and other violations. If you end up with a traffic ticket, check out this post explaining the process and your options.
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Trying to wrap up the 8:30 list. Almost there.
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Sad case and cautionary tale.
New Post: Is 2 years in federal prison too harsh for Attorney Gary Prolman? Sure, but things could have been much worse

Maine Attorney Gary Prolman was sentenced last week to 2 years for federal money laundering. The sentence is harsh but is actually well below the guidelines. He came very close to losing acceptance, and almost talked himself into 5 years.

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New Post: Is 2 years in federal prison too harsh for Attorney Gary Prolman? Sure, but things could have been much worse

Maine Attorney Gary Prolman was sentenced last week to 2 years for federal money laundering. The sentence is harsh but is actually well below the guidelines. He came very close to losing acceptance, and almost talked himself into 5 years.
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#NYCLU will offer a two day workshop to NYC high school sutdnets: ‘How to deal with cops’
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Check out my new post discussing the use of force laws that apply to
Missouri and Maine police use of force laws: does Maine provide a broader justification for deadly force?

My new post compares the two state's laws. Maine's law applies more narrowly in some ways, but when it does apply, it give police more leeway to be mistaken or wrong, and permits use of deadly force even when the arrest is illegal.

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Missouri and Maine police use of force laws: does Maine provide a broader justification for deadly force?

My new post compares the two state's laws. Maine's law applies more narrowly in some ways, but when it does apply, it give police more leeway to be mistaken or wrong, and permits use of deadly force even when the arrest is illegal.
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This will be really useful once skynet becomes self aware and we need to ask "why are all the robots killing everyone?"

+Amazon.com introduces the #echo   #amazonecho  
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One of my new favorite things
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