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Was There Justice for Breonna Taylor?

The cops who killed Breonna Taylor weren’t charged. Correct decision? Does the War on Drugs justify cops breaking into homes? Listen to Vinoo break it down on Breitbart News Tonight, with host Jerome Hudson.

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The Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

With the passing of Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, what will her legacy be? How will the world remember her? Will Trump fill her position? Watch Vinoo on Court TV with host Ted Rowlands and guests Titus Nichols and Christa Ramey.

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Have the Democrats Gone Too Far Left?

With Joe Biden apparently supporting far-left policies pushed by Bernie Sanders and AOC, has the Democratic party gone too far left? Will Trump win the moderates because of it? Watch Vinoo break it down on Newsmax with host Dave Briggs and guests Simon Conway and Tracy Byrnes.

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What Do Dr. Fauci & Jamie Foxx’s Booty Call Have in Common?

With Dr. Fauci recommending goggles in public, how long before he tells everyone to wrap themselves up like Jamie Foxx in Booty Call? Watch Vinoo break down Dr. Fauci’s constantly changing guidelines on Newsmax with host Bob Sellers and guests Ameer Benno and Brett Tolman.

 

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Defending Our Client in the United States Supreme Court

Vinoo Varghese Petition to Supreme Court

We are proud to file, for our client, a Petition for a Writ of Certiorari in the Supreme Court of the United States of America. The Supreme Court annually receives more than 7000 such petitions, which are requests to review decisions from the appellate court below it. The Supreme Court agrees to review only approximately 100-150 such lower appellate court decisions. 

The case of our client, Charles Sinek, a former Olympic figure skater, impacts fairness and due process for all criminal defendants. Charles’ trial judge refused to allow his attorneys to review the instructions given to the jury prior to their deliberation. This created confusion for the jurors and deprived Charles of his due process because the instructions given to the jury were different than what the judge originally had said he’d deliver. The different jury instructions led to Charles’ conviction and a seven-year prison sentence. 

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The lower appellate court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, denied our request for a retrial. Thus, we have asked the Supreme Court to review the Second Circuit’s decision denying our request for a retrial. 

We hope the Supreme Court will agree to hear this matter because it impacts fundamental fairness. If a trial court judge can change jury instructions without notifying the parties beforehand—it is our position that doing so without notification is fundamentally unfair and deprives criminal defendants of their due process. In a criminal case, where the stakes are of the ultimate variety—loss of freedom—such due process violations can’t be forgiven. 

Click here for a link to our Petition in the Supreme Court of the United States of America. 

Military Police in Portland: Is This Overkill?

With continued protests in Chicago, Portland, and across the U.S., is the federal intervention necessary or overkill? Can Trump intervene on state matters? Watch Vinoo on Newsmax with host Bob Sellers, and guests Ameer Benno and Brett Tolman.

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Turkish TV interviews Vinoo about his George Floyd & Derek Chauvin Op-ed

Will leaked bodycam footage clear Derek Chauvin in George Floyd’s death? Watch Turkish News-TRT World host Matthew Moore interview Vinoo about his Op-ed in the New York Law Journal & Law.com.

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Will Trump Delay the Election?

With Trump tweeting Election Fraud by Mail-in-Ballots from COVID can he delay elections? Watch Vinoo breaking down the president on Newsmax with host Bob Sellers and guests Ameer Benno and Brett Tolman.

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Taking Down Statues: Is History Being Rewritten?

#BLM & #Antifa demand removal of not only Confederate statues, but also Founding Fathers. Are the removals just or just erasing history? Watch Vinoo on Newsmax with Bob Sellers, Alison Maloni, & Ameer Benno. Watch Vinoo dive into these issues on i24 Israeli News, with host Natasha Kirtchuk.

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Vinoo Quoted in the New York Law Journal in Article “Moves Towards ‘Soft’ Reopening Underline Tensions, Frustration Over Return to Law Firm Offices”

Recently, the New York Law Journal quoted Vinoo in “Moves Towards ‘Soft’ Reopening Underline Tensions, Frustration Over Return to Law Firm Offices.” The article details the problems law firms face when reopening during various shutdown phases.  

Vinoo’s quote reflects the sentiment that many attorneys felt towards New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo, who forced law offices to wait until “Phase Two” to resume in-office operations.  Cuomo’s hostility towards lawyers contrasted with almost all other governors who had declared all lawyers “essential.” 

Vinoo told the New York Law Journal that Cuomo’s hostility demonstrated “a complete disregard for rule of law when you don’t consider all lawyers essential.”  

In an op-ed published in the New York Daily News at the beginning of the shutdown, Vinoo criticized Cuomo’s decision not to include criminal defense attorneys as “essential.”  The next day, Cuomo reversed course and deemed criminal defense lawyers “essential.”  That same week, Fox News interviewed Vinoo about his op-ed.