Impeachment With Prior Felony Conviction

As illustrated by Darren Chaker in other articles, under Article I, section 28, subdivision...

Penal Code Section 1203.4 are Convictions for Immigration Purposes

Darren Chaker found when a conviction is expunged, under 1203.4(a), does not change the...

California Fourth Amendment Waiver

An improper term of probation should be challenged, per Darren Chaker. Regardless of the...

Darren Chaker Laws of Attraction

Darren Chaker of Las Vegas and Beverly Hills, is an avid blogger on record sealing, expungement, and First Amendment issues.

Rape Victim Thanks Darren Chaker for Help

Darren Chaker helps a rape victim through a difficult time, encourages victim to come forward, has victim preserve evidence.

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Darren Chaker To Catch a Murderer

Just as to Making_a_Murderer, there's to Catch a Murderer : Darren Chaker heard screams from what he thought was another domestic violence instance in San Diego. Darren Chaker helped police capture a murder suspect in La Jolla.

Texas Open Records Victory by Darren Chaker

Darren Chaker, First Amendment victory in Texas making the names of police public records. Former Harris County Precinct Four Constable Ron Hickman challenged Darren Chaker in a Texas Open Records Act request for the names of his staff. Ultimately, an opinion was issued requiring Texas police to reveal the names of its entire staff.

Darren Chaker Wins First Amendment Appeal

Darren Chaker, went to jail for a blog. The ACLU, Electronic Frontier foundation, First Amendment Coalition supported his appeal to the Ninth Circuit. The court reversed the trial court.

Darren Chaker To Catch a Murderer

Just as to Making_a_Murderer, there's to Catch a Murderer : Darren Chaker heard screams from what he thought was another domestic violence instance in San Diego. Darren Chaker helped police capture a murder suspect in La Jolla.

Texas Open Records Victory by Darren Chaker

Darren Chaker, First Amendment victory in Texas making the names of police public records. Former Harris County Precinct Four Constable Ron Hickman challenged Darren Chaker in a Texas Open Records Act request for the names of his staff. Ultimately, an opinion was issued requiring Texas police to reveal the names of its entire staff.

Darren Chaker Wins First Amendment Appeal

Darren Chaker, went to jail for a blog. The ACLU, Electronic Frontier foundation, First Amendment Coalition supported his appeal to the Ninth Circuit. The court reversed the trial court.

Rape Victim Thanks Darren Chaker for Help

Darren Chaker helps a rape victim through a difficult time, encourages victim to come forward, has victim preserve evidence.

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