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Category Archives: Celebrities and the Law

Stand Your Ground

Stand Your Ground.  Today’s blog post is a guest submission from retired lawyer Noah Kovacs.  Since retiring from law, Noah Kovacs has enjoyed himself blogging about small business law, legal marketing, and anything else legal, criminal or civil. He recently purchased his first cabin and spends his free time remodeling its kitchen for his family.Continue Reading

Flock of Seagulls van stolen in Downey

Flock of Seagulls van stolen in Downey per breaking news reports Flock of Seagulls van stolen in Downey per reports in the LA Times.   You read that right, Flock of Seagulls, the great 80’s band that inspired the name for our blog, Flock of Legals, has just been the victim of a crime inContinue Reading

Court TV Jodi Arias Trial

Court Watching, gaining popularity and the networks have discovered the riveting world of the courtroom, the sociopath, the good guys and the bad guys, the compelling and uncompelling witnesses— the unparalelled drama that is to be found at the point where a citizen, free yesterday, may be put to death by the government tomorrow.     I amContinue Reading

Celebrities and Special Court Treatment

Celebrities and Special Court Treatment   If you have been following the court trials of the rich and famous over the past couple of years, you may feel that being a celebrity allows a defendant special treatment because of their status in popular culture. Often times, media reports suggest that because of a defendants perceivedContinue Reading

Matt Barnes fails traffic ticket 101-If you ignore a ticket, it just gets worse

Former Los Angeles Laker power forward Matt Barnes got hooked up yesterday by the Manhattan Beach Police Department.  Barnes has posted $51,000 in bail (that’s likely about $5k to a bail bond company for those of you keeping score at home) and he is now a free man again.   Barnes is also currently aContinue Reading