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GA Supreme Court Conviction Reversal

Jun 17, 2015 -- 11:41am

Ray Giudice, legal analyst, discusses the Georgia Supreme Court conviction reversal on the 2013 City of Dunwoody murder of Rusty Sneiderman. Will Andrea Sneiderman be forced to testify when retrial starts? And how does this retrial affect the DeKalb County tax payers? Watch Ray as he discusses these topics with CBS 46 news. https://youtu.be/0a7WF8lcCzE

 

RAY GIUDICE  

Attorney at Law

Cell: 404-964-4185

 Office: 404-554-8800

 E-mail: ray@rayglaw.com 

Website: http://www.raygiudicelaw.com  

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What is Happening with FIFA?

Jun 05, 2015 -- 10:39am

U.S. Federal jurisdiction over FIFA?

Most Americans are wondering why our Department Of Justice is pursuing criminal charges against FIFA (international soccer organization) officials, many of whom live overseas , and under what legal authority. Start with the " money trail" , in which U.S. Banks and financial institutions have more than likely been used to funnel some of the  alleged bribes and " grease" money over the years. Secondly, many U.S. Companies have been involved in the multi-billion dollar sponsorships , " official" equipment business, and possibly even in the construction of the grandiose stadiums built every four years. If U.S. Companies have either been approached by FIFA representatives seeking bribes, or have paid bribe money in order to participate in the World Cup experience, U.S. federal jurisdiction seems to be clear. 

 

RAY GIUDICE  

Attorney at Law

Cell: 404-964-4185

 Office: 404-554-8800

 E-mail: ray@rayglaw.com 

Website: http://www.raygiudicelaw.com  

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30 Years of Legal Experience

Jun 05, 2015 -- 9:50am

This year marks 30 years of legal experience for Ray Giudice. After graduating from Emory School of Law, young Ray Giudice, worked at the DeKalb State Court Solicitor's office. Since then, many would agree, that he has worked hard and has truly enjoyed every ups and downs of his career. As he has built his own law business over the years, he has worked honestly and with the intention to lend a helping hand to many at every turn. He is well known and well respected by his colleagues in the legal field. 

Here is to another 30 years!! 

RAY GIUDICE  

Attorney at Law

Cell: 404-964-4185

 Office: 404-554-8800

 E-mail: ray@rayglaw.com 

Website: http://www.raygiudicelaw.com   

 

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Matt and Chuck Go to Jail. Or will they?

May 22, 2015 -- 11:53am

I am working overtime along with attorney Bruce Hagen to keep Chuck and Matt out of Jail! (GO HAWKS). Why are they so concerned with the jail food and communal shower?

 

RAY GIUDICE  

Attorney at Law

Cell: 404-964-4185

 Office: 404-554-8800

 E-mail: ray@rayglaw.com 

Website: http://www.raygiudicelaw.com   

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Unlawful Breath and Blood Tests

Apr 29, 2015 -- 10:33am

DUI lawyers have new weapon in battle against unlawful breath/blood tests. The Georgia Supreme Court in Williams v. State in a 9-0 ruling holds that "A suspects right under the Forth Amendment to be free of unreasonable searches and seizures applies to the compelled withdrawal of blood.. Within the meaning of the Georgia Constitution. Lawyers for those accused of DUI can now demand the trial court judge to determine if the defendant gave actual consent to the procuring and testing of his blood, or was the blood-breath test obtained without a free and willing consent. 

RAY GIUDICE  

Attorney at Law

Cell: 404-964-4185

 Office: 404-554-8800

 E-mail: ray@rayglaw.com 

Website: http://www.raygiudicelaw.com       

 

 

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How are the Testimonies going on Aaron Hernandez's Trial?

Apr 01, 2015 -- 9:28am

Did Aaron Hernandez’s fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins, testify honestly when asked what was in the box she took from the couple’s home after Odin Lloyd was murdered? Jenkins memory makes one wonder if she needs to be re-read the Oath, as it appears the first one has worn off! But in the end, the Prosecution has the burden of proof, and it has so far failed in proving that Hernandez was in possession of the murder weapon, or that he hid it and instructed Jenkins to dispose of it. Jenkins , who testified at the Grand Jury, has her own concerns, like jail time for Perjury if it’s shown she has changed her story to protect Hernandez.

RAY GIUDICE  

Attorney at Law

Cell: 404-964-4185

 Office: 404-554-8800

 E-mail: ray@rayglaw.com 

Website: http://www.raygiudicelaw.com                                                                               

 

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