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A Heart for Service and Out for Justice: Meet Attorney Michel R. Huff
“I want each and every person who experiences our law firm to be left better than they were when we found them,” said attorney Michel Huff, founder of Huff Legal and social justice advocate, who goes by the name “Huff.” “That’s my philosophy on life.” . . .
Meet Huff, the Bay Area’s Favorite Criminal Defense Attorney
“I love California, from the Bay Area to LA, and I have lived all over this great Golden State,” says criminal defense attorney Michel Huff, founder of Huff Legal. But a special place in his heart is reserved for the Bay Area. . .
Facebook, Instagram may lift ban on bare breasts — but only for trans, non-binary
Michel R. Huff, a Los Angeles-based attorney who was formerly a lesbian and who has transitioned to being a man, argues that Meta’s new policy poses a violation of Equal Protection Clause under the Fourteenth Amendment. . .
Trump Not Scared by Judge’s Million-Dollar Smack, Experts Say
A court order that Donald Trump and his lawyer must pay almost $1 million in sanctions for filing an “abusive” lawsuit against Hillary Clinton probably won’t succeed in deterring him, legal experts say. . .
Will Alec Baldwin face jail time for involuntary manslaughter? Here's what's next in 'Rust' case
“Obviously, we would need to see the terms of the plea offer, but I suspect that any deal requiring prison time for Baldwin would be rejected,” Huff, who has tried cases for 26 years, explains. . .
Murdaugh Family Murder Trial Is Already a ‘Bloody’ Fight
“Because blood behaves according to certain scientific principles, trained bloodstain pattern analysts can examine the blood evidence left behind and draw conclusions as to how the blood may have been shed,” Huff told The Daily Beast. . .
What’s Next for Law Enforcement and Subway Safety in NYC Since the Subway Shooting
The guilty plea entered by Frank James on January 2, 2023, put to rest the question of who was responsible for the terrorist attack that wounded 10 people on the New York City subway in April 2022. However, it raises many questions regarding what is next for law enforcement and subway safety in New York City. . .
Trump Drops James Suit After $937,989 Ruling in Clinton Case
“The Judge’s strong ruling in the Clinton matter, including the finding that Trump and his legal team were repeatedly misusing the courts to seek revenge on political adversaries, likely forced Trump and his attorneys to reconsider the case that they had brought against Ms. James,” said Michel Huff. . .
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