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Continued Topics of Learning in International Extradition

The critically evolving field of international extradition will be discussed in detail at an advanced seminar in Lake Iseo, Italy on June 25-26, 2018.  The title of the seminar this year is International Extradition and the European Arrest Warrant and is put on by The Extradition Lawyers Association in conjunction with ECCLE and is a follow-up to last August’s successful presentation at Oxford.  This is a small community of legal specialists and academics interested in the field.  Last year’s conference attendance was only 18, an indication of how few legal professionals are invested in servicing clients in need of extradition defense or support.

According to the planned program, “Seminars will be conducted through an innovative learning-by-doing style, which encourages group discussions and simulations of extradition and EAW proceedings.  Seminars will also include the sharing of experiences, the viewing of mini-videos and the review of famous extradition cases.” https://internationalextradition.org/

Woman Arrested at Border for Drug Smuggling

A 35-year-old woman was recently arrested by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers when she allegedly tried to smuggle drugs from Mexico by wrapping 2 pounds of cocaine around her 12-year-old daughter’s waist.

Drug Smuggling Results in Border Arrest of Woman

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers arrested the woman and her three children as they attempted to enter the U.S. at Arizona’s San Luis Port of Entry. During a routine stop at the border, the woman and her three children were referred to an additional search of their Nissan hatchback.

Human Trafficking: The New Slave Trade

In the United States, the slave trade was officially ended in 1807 when the congress enacted legislation that stated that no new slaves were permitted to be imported. With the passing of The Act Prohibiting Importation of Slaves, the practice of bringing slaves into this country should have long ago become a relic of the past.

New Slave Trade is Human Trafficking

Most modern Americans think that this slavery is long gone, so it’s shocking to learn that the business of trafficking in humans, a present day version of slavery, is alive and even thriving in our state. California is ranked as one of the states with the worst problems of human trafficking with Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego being among the top 10 areas in the United States for the activity. There are subtle signs if we pay close attention. Sometimes a police raid of a human stash house or the story of a young woman sold into prostitution gets reported by local TV, but these stories are the exceptional few that have managed to emerge from what is a growing industry of trafficking in human beings.

Cosby Retrial to Begin

Comedian Bill Cosby will be retried on sexual assault charges beginning Monday in the Philadelphia town of Norristown, Pa. The first trial Cosby faced ended in a mistrial last June.

Bill Cosby Being Retried

Cosby’s first trial on charges of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand, a former Temple University women’s basketball official, ended in a mistrial after juror deliberated for 52 hours. Immediately following that mistrial announcement, Montgomery County, Pa., District Attorney Kevin Steele announced he would retry Cosby.

Two Doctors Arrested for Lap-Band Money Laundering Scheme

Two Los Angeles doctors have been arrested following a 37-count federal indictment alleging mail and wire fraud, false statements, money laundering and aggravated identity theft. The allegedly $250 million bogus billing scheme was built around 1-800-Get-Thin Lap-Band surgeries.

Money Laundering Arrests Two Lap-Band Doctors

Julian Omidi, 49, and Mirali Zarrabi, 55, were arrested and charged following a large-scale scheme involving Get Thin’s Lap-band that lasted from May 2010 to March 2016. The Lap-Band is a silicone ring that is surgically implanted around the stomach as a means of discouraging overeating.

St. Patrick’s Day DUI Crackdown in Los Angeles

It’s not uncommon for police to crackdown on patrolling for drunk drivers during holiday weekends like St. Patrick’s Day weekend. You’ll want to know what to expect if you are charged with driving under the influence.

Los Angeles DUI Crackdown for St. Patrick’s Day

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, from 2011 to 2015, 252 people were killed in drunk driving-related crashes during the St. Patrick’s Day holiday period. More than a quarter of those fatal crashes happened during the early morning hours from midnight to 5:59 a.m.

Crackdown on Massive Money Laundering

Federal prosecutors have indicted 75 people nationwide in a massive drugs and money operation in what interim U.S. Attorney Adam Braverman has called San Diego’s biggest money laundering investigation ever in.

Massive Money Laundering Operation Crackdown

According to Braverman, the defendants laundered drug proceeds from the Sinaloa cartel for years. Allegedly, the network has laundered tens of millions of dollars in drug profits over the past three years.

Man Arrested for DUI After Riding Horse on Freeway

According to officials, a man was arrested for DUI early Saturday after he was spotted riding a horse along a busy Southern California freeway.

Man Riding Horse on Freeway Arrested for DUI

“We get a chuckle out of the interesting situations we encounter from time to time, but one thing the CHP does not do is ‘horse’ around with DUI,” wrote the California Highway Patrol’s Santa Fe Springs on Twitter.

Heather Locklear Arrested

“Melrose Place” actress Heather Locklear has been arrested following allegations of domestic violence.

Heather Locklear Arrested for Alleged Domestic Violence

Authorities were called to Heather Locklear’s house Sunday night following a suspected domestic violence incident. Responding police found evidence to support claims that Locklear had caused injury to her boyfriend. According to Sargent Eric Buschow, Locklear was “extremely uncooperative and physically combative” with responding deputies.

Stolen Car Chase Ends in Metro Tunnel

Car chases are a common occurrence in Los Angeles, but a recent car chase following a stolen pickup truck landed in an uncommon spot when the driver took a detour into a subway Metro tunnel.

Metro Tunnel Crash Caused by Stolen Car

Authorities in Southern California were led on a wild pursuit in East Los Angeles after they spotted a pickup truck that had bene reported as stolen. The pursuit began in Huntington Park and ended in the LA neighborhood of Boyle Heights.

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