The discovery of Debbie Hawk’s body could “change everything” in Dave Hawk’s conviction, according to Dave Hawk’s attorney Mark Coleman, a partner at the Law Offices of Nuttall & Coleman.
On Monday, Vernon King the last of the defendants in the Chukchansi Casino raid case – where members of the Tex McDonald faction and its tribal police and security officers forcibly entered the casino gaming office in October 2014 to find documents for two years of audits that were late in being submitted to the […]
According to a recent Fresno Bee story, police in the city of Clovis will be cracking down on tinted vehicle windows that “obstruct viewing and are a safety hazard” and will be issuing fix-it tickets for violations. Restrictions on window tinting are governed by California Vehicle Code section 26708, but what is and what isn’t allowed can get confusing, especially when the law isn’t enforced uniformly. Here are some answers to the most commonly asked questions regarding the California Vehicle Code’s restrictions on window tinting.
The Fresno Police Department arrested 14 drivers and impounded 35 vehicles during DUI/driver’s license checkpoints held over the Labor Day weekend. The location of the DUI/driver’s license checkpoints were not announced. According to the police department’s Facebook page, the checkpoints are “placed in locations based on collision statistics and frequency of DUI arrests affording the greatest opportunity for achieving drunk and drugged driving deterrence. Locations are chosen with safety considerations for the officers and the public.”
If you plan on going out and drinking this holiday weekend, it may also be a good idea to plan on appointing a designated driver or on finally installing that Uber app on your phone.
According to the Fresno Police Department’s Facebook page, the department’s traffic unit will be conducting DUI/driver’s license checkpoints on September 4 and 5, 2015 at undisclosed locations within Fresno city limits between 6 p.m. and 4 a.m.
Last week, California Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation that made California the first state in the U.S. to ban the use of grand juries to decide whether police officers should face criminal charges when they kill people in the line of duty. However, Fresno criminal defense attorney Mark Coleman says that the new California legislation won’t solve the inherent problems in the process of choosing whether to prosecute police officers.
For the past 10 years, Law Offices of Nuttall & Coleman partner Mark Coleman has traded the “seriousness of court for the serenity of the Sierras”, spending several days out of the summer to participate in an 80-mile cattle drive.
Coleman’s moo-ving hobby was recently featured on an ABC 30 story by Sontaya Rose, who followed Coleman during a portion of the 80-mile, four-day trek that begins in Raymond in Madera County and ends in Iron Creek above Fish Camp.
New video was recently released showing the events that prompted a grandmother’s lawsuit against the Clovis Unified School District and a campus police officer. In case you missed it, 79-year-old Mary Poole, who is represented by Mark Coleman of the Law Offices of Nuttall & Coleman, is suing the Clovis Unified School District and campus police after an officer maced her and threw her to the ground when she tried to deliver cookies and cupcakes to her granddaughter’s school. The incident was caught on videotape by the girls’ mother.