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One on One with Trial Attorney- Mark O’Mara – (Ep. 44) Killer Cross Examination Podcast
Mark O’Mara joins Steve Malzberg on Eat The Press to discuss the recent verdict in the police murder of George Floyd along with the police shooting of a 16-year-old black girl in Columbus Ohio
Paralyzed man suing Orange County Sheriff’s Office for violating civil rightsNOT YET RATED
Lawsuit alleges 2 Orange County deputies used unreasonable force in shooting that left man paralyzed
Mark O’Mara on Court TV speaking about The ‘Hide and Seek Defense’ with Vinnie Politan
The O’Mara Law Group, along with Samuel Robert Filler, II, PA, is proud to be entrusted with the responsibility of assisting a young blind woman abused as a child while in the care of one of the training facilities endorsed by the National Federation of the Blind which are in Louisiana, Colorado and Minnesota. There are additional similar facilities in Utah, Maryland and elsewhere where such trainings occur, and we will be researching these as well. While we are in the investigatory stages, there is strong evidence that the allegations of ongoing sexual abuse of our client and many others occurred while she was on-site at one of these facilities and was perpetrated by an employee of the facility.
Over the last couple of days, it has also come to our attention that there are numerous other allegations of similar abuse in these facilities and at the hands of individuals trusted by these children, and their families.
We intend to hold every individual and every organization responsible for the abuse that occurred, and for the horrific aftermath of such abuse. Our demands to address this systemic infection will include ongoing oversight of the facilities, increased training of those entrusted and swift prosecution of the abusers.
We are saddened to discover that at least some of the organizations responsible had been told of these incidences of abuse yet did not report the abuse or police themselves or their employees adequately.
We stand ready to hold these abusers and organizations to task.
Mark M. O’Mara, Esq.
Board Certified Specialist, Criminal Trial
Board Certified Specialist, Marital and Family
Immediate Past President, National Trial Lawyers
Mark O’Mara — Defending George Zimmerman & Navigating the Media
Mark O’Mara: “I was persona non grata” after Zimmerman verdict on Court TV with Ashleigh Banfield
Mark O’Mara shares his thoughts on the Ahmaud Arbery case with Vinnie Politan.
Taxotere (chemotherapy drug) lawsuits against manufacturers of not providing proper warning about permanent hair loss.
Did Tiger Woods bogey his DUI?
June 03, 2017 – CNN
When famed golfer Tiger Woods was arrested in Florida on suspicion of DUI, did he deal with the authorities correctly? Two defense attorneys disagree. Source: CNN
Casey Anthony discusses murder case for first time since her acquittal
March 07, 2017
Former News 6 legal analyst Mark O’Mara, who covered every minute of the trial, said Anthony’s statements show she is still lying, still playing the victim, and still out of touch.
“It would be nice if she offered, if not an admission of guilt, maybe an explanation for all of those things that weren’t explained at the trial – the 30 days of running around, the obvious lies,” O’Mara said. “She can acknowledge making up a couple of people, or acknowledge lying to the cops but we would like to know the why.” click to read full article
Did Michael Flynn commit treason?
February 15, 2017
Treason is defined in 18 US Code 2381 as “Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than 5 years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000.00; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States”. click to read full article
Why Was a Man Tased to Death While in Police Custody?
February 9, 2017 – RT America
Mike Papantonio highlights the numerous civilian deaths that have taken place in police custody over the past few years and speaks with attorney Mark O’Mara about the case of Matthew Ajibade.