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Friday, 17 September 2010

Death Penalty Possible For Gang Shooting Death | Los Angeles Criminal Defense - Robert Helfend


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Death Penalty Possible For Gang Shooting Death | Los Angeles Criminal Defense - Robert Helfend: "This week a jury will begin to look at the details of the racially motivated killing of young Cheryl Green. They will decide if the gang members who gunned her down should be sentenced to death or life in prison.Two members of the 204th street gang have been convicted of several counts of murder for Cheryl’s death and the death of another member of the gang suspected of snitching.
This type of case is so painful for everyone involved. Mother’s seeing their children behind bars or in coffin’s need a place to turn for help and understanding.
Los Angeles Defense Attorney can help the families of the boys accused. As an experienced criminal defense attorney in Los Angeles and the surrounding areas for over twenty years, Robert Helfend has tried many cases involving gangs and has seen success in their verdict’s.
“If you or a family member is facing a three-strike felony charge in the Los Angeles area, you can’t afford to put your life in the hands of an inexperienced lawyer. Contact me to discuss the circumstances of the charges and how I can help. I believe the three strike laws are ineffective. I also believe that we should not ever give up on people. I am advocating that we change the three strikes law in California. Until the law changes, though, I will work aggressively for every client who faces the prospect of a three strikes penalty.” Robert Helfend"


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