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Tag Archives: Gary Muldoon

Criminal Law: The O’Rama exception

What should happen when the jury comes back with questions during deliberations? The trial judge is required to take several steps to notify the parties and respond to the jury. Failure to comply with the statute will implicate the holding ...

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Criminal Law: Extra peremptory challenge may cure jury selection error

Both the prosecution and defense are entitled by statute to a certain number of peremptory challenges. This depends on the highest offense level contained in the accusatory instrument: with class A felonies, for example, 10 challenges; for misdemeanors, three challenges. ...

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Muldoon’s ‘how to’ book offers solid advice


Gary Muldoon’s decades of lawyering experience in the public and private sectors gives him significant credibility as the author of The Education of a Lawyer: Essential Skills and Uncommon Advice for Building a Successful Career. His years of classroom experience ...

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