Jonathan Rooker, an associate with the Law Offices of Nuttall & Coleman, discusses the rights a person has when they get pulled over by police officers.
When asked about Prop. 47 on Chuck Leonard’s show Central Valley Buzz, Law Offices of Nuttall & Coleman associate Jonathan Rooker said that he “can’t say that it’s been good for society” even though the judicial system’s treatment of some crimes does come away with fairer results.
What’s so reasonable about reasonable doubt? Criminal defense lawyer Jonathan Rooker answered that question and more during his appearance on Central Valley Talk with Mike Scott on September 16, 2015.
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.
According to Jonathan Rooker, a Fresno criminal defense lawyer, the standards for driving under the influence in relation to marijuana use aren’t as clear-cut as sometimes police officers and prosecutors make them out to be. “They keep getting tougher and tougher, and moving the line, and sometimes fudging the line on where a DUI really is,” says Rooker, who appeared on Central Valley Buzz with Chuck Leonard yesterday.
In his third appearance on television in as many weeks, Jonathan Rooker, an associate with the Law Offices of Nuttall & Coleman, discusses domestic violence and the tragedy that occurred earlier this week in downtown Fresno. In his interview with Chuck Leonard on Central Valley Buzz, Rooker also states that sometimes there is an overreaction to and magnification of common interactions between a couple that wrongly elevate those interactions to domestic violence.
Jonathan Rooker, a criminal defense lawyer at the Law Offices of Nuttall & COleman, appeared yesterday on Central Valley Business with guest host Chuck Leonard to discuss why he chose to become a defense attorney, his special training regarding DUIs, and his previous television appearances where he rocked a crooked tie. Spoiler Alert: It was straight this time around.
To mark the St. Patrick’s Day holiday, Central Valley Talk brought on Jonathan Rooker, a criminal defense lawyer at the Law Offices of Nuttall & Coleman, to discuss the possible repercussions of receiving a DUI. “You got to have some fun in life. Without a doubt, you’ve got to have some fun, but you’ve got […]
Alfred Campos, a 16-year veteran of the police department, was fired after he was charged with possessing a stolen vehicle and perjury. Detectives also say they have proof Campos used his position as a police officer to run a fake Vehicle Identification Number two times through the statewide law enforcement database. Mark Coleman, a criminal […]
Abel Rodriguez faced a Fresno judge in early February after police cornered the wanted parolee, who had held a screwdriver to a woman’s throat then lead officers on a rooftop chase. Mark Coleman, a Fresno criminal defense attorney with the Law Offices of Nuttall & Coleman, says attorneys representing Rodriguez will have some obstacles to […]