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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" G. MONTY MANIBOG: Can you change a Judge?

By G. Mony Manibog, Esq.

(Editor’s Note: Former Monterey Park Mayor, G. Monty Manibog is a regular columnist offering legal tips and perspectives to Journal readers.)

The U.S. Constitution gives every criminally charged defendant the right to a fair trial by a jury of his peers. Such rights forbid prosecutors from using 

questionable tactics to bring about convictions and for those who do, there are criminal sanctions as well and may be subject to criminal proceedings.

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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" POINT OF LAW: Terrorists Assault Free Speech

(Editor’s note: Former Monterey Park Mayor, G. Monty Manibog is a regular columnist offering legal tips and perspectives to Journal readers.)
Among the universal human rights recognized and protected in the Free World is the freedom of expression, to freely express your views on any subject, the only limitation being that speech that is designed encourage rebellion, sedition or criminal activities.

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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Point Of Law: Courts And Belief In God

Christmas season is upon us. “Tis the season to be jolly” and feelings of warmth, charity and goodwill toward our fellow men and women are now engulfing us. The basis of all of this, of course, is the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ 2013 years ago. Christ preached love, affection and extended a helping hand to his fellow beings.

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