CASE OF THE MISSING TRUFFLES

What litigator, civil or criminal, does not want to have his case heard before the U.S. Supreme Court? And argue it himself. Thus it was with great hope and expectation that the highest court would grant my motion to consolidate my case, U.S. v. Dunkel, with a case the Court had already agreed to hear, […]

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CASE OF THE MISSING PILOT

Back in those days, the early eighties, you could get a private pilot license with about sixty hours of flight time, for $2,000, and I had done so, but was now in the danger zone of the first 300 hours – in which a vast majority of pilots are accident prone. Or flat out kill […]

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CASE OF THE MISSING MILLIONS

Federal criminal law generally provides for a five-year statute of limitations (SOL), meaning the government has five years from the commission of the crime to obtain a grand jury indictment and file it with the court. Once exception is the laundry list of tax crimes, for which Congress, in its divine wisdom or otherwise, provided […]

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CASE OF THE MISSING PARATROOPER

“Keep to the high ground,” goes the adage; and in the Central Highlands of Vietnam, typically we did just that. After all, the ridge line provides for the easiest footing, navigation, and fields of fire. And especially if you are in command of an airborne platoon of 30 or so men, with no direct fire […]

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