The Landsberg Law Office celebrates six successful years in criminal defense
The Landsberg Law Office Roast Beef Sandwich. Being Santa Claus. Sponsoring comedy shows. Guest hosting the Power104.3 morning drive. Surf Contests. Rising Star awards. Giving Lectures. Teaching classes Penthouse office. Glass elevator.
Some of you even had a chance to be on the legal show pilot.
Deedy and Jury Deliberation: And the Prediction
Jury deliberation in the Deedy case is entering its fourth full day, so what does that mean? The answer: absolutely nothing. The only thing it means is everybody who told you that this was an obvious case, that it’s a slam-dunk, that either Deedy is going […]
Punishment in Hawaii – Laws and Trends
“We can and should do better. But “doing better” doesn’t mean simply focusing on social services and systemic reforms and ignoring the need for punishment. It means using punishment intelligently, which means using it as sparingly as possible but also as much as necessary.”
Punishment in […]
True Hustler For Real — Choices
It’s hard to write a response blog to a statement no one can ever hear, but I got to work in my favorite rap video of all time before the end, so at least part of this worked!
You know that I’m a hustler for […]
Honolulu Liquor Commission Battle for Wang Chung’s
“When life throws lemons at you, let Marcus throw them back”. — Danny Chang, Wang Chung’s after an the Honolulu Liquor Commission.
Landsberg Law Office is a proud member of the Waikiki community. And we do what we can to support other members of our community. It is […]
Tobacco Litigation, District Court
Some attorneys win upwards of a Billion dollars in their Tobacco Litigation. I won a hug from a crying woman.
Anna was 26 and adorable. Worked hard for her family of five. They live in the part of town where you can afford to have a house that […]
The Sympathetic Witness — Assault in Palolo
“Oh my God! Are you okay?” The prosecutor asked, with entirely more emotion than should be allowed.
It’s just a punch. I could take it, I was more worried about falling down…
“Falling down, why?” As if the everyone in the jury didn’t see the man […]
Hit-and-Run, my very first trial
He was a nice elderly Japanese gentleman. I asked him his job and he said he was a pastor, but he also a photographer and a fix-it man. What I’ve learned since is that the more jobs your Defendant tells you he has, the fewer jobs […]