Kushner's Pay to Play

Spotlight: Jared Kushner and his Russia Problem

Kushner firm’s $285 million Deutsche Bank loan came just before Election Day By: Michael Kranish One month before Election Day, Jared Kushner’s real estate company finalized a $285 million loan as part of a refinancing package for its property near Times Square in Manhattan. The loan came at a critical moment. Kushner was playing a key role in the presidential campaign of his father-in-law, Donald Trump. … Continue reading Spotlight: Jared Kushner and his Russia Problem

Sean Erenstoft Discusses Executive Privilege

Sean Erenstoft Discusses Executive Privilege: If Tapes of Trump’s Conversation with Comey Exist, He Can Be Forced to Turn Them Over – Despite Claims of Executive Privilege

Sean Erenstoft Discusses Executive Privilege: If Tapes of Trump’s Conversation with Comey Exist, He Can Be Forced to Turn Them Over – Despite Claims of Executive Privilege Continue reading Sean Erenstoft Discusses Executive Privilege: If Tapes of Trump’s Conversation with Comey Exist, He Can Be Forced to Turn Them Over – Despite Claims of Executive Privilege

Sean Erenstoft Right to Privacy

Sean Erenstoft Lectures on the Right to Privacy in Your Cell Phone

Sean Erenstoft: Upon your return from vacation abroad, your cell phone is subject to a warrantless search by our government. Yes, not only your luggage and person can be searched, but under our present laws, so can your cell phone. Our cell phones are unlike anything our founding fathers imagined when the Fourth Amendment was being contemplated. And yet, a small device capable of carrying … Continue reading Sean Erenstoft Lectures on the Right to Privacy in Your Cell Phone

VINDICATION: Governor Signs Bill Making it a Felony for Prosecutors to Conceal Evidence

August 22, 2016 Sean Erenstoft: Following his own experience pushing back against prosecutorial evidence tampering in a case he handled against the Los Angeles District Attorney, Sean Erenstoft has been lobbying assembly-persons and other law makers to chip-away at the judge-made protections that errant prosecutors rely upon to avoid liability for malpractice. Most notably, there has been an ever-increasing incidence of Brady violations by prosecutors … Continue reading VINDICATION: Governor Signs Bill Making it a Felony for Prosecutors to Conceal Evidence

Erenstoft Lobbies His Support for Eradication of Absolute Prosecutorial Immunity

Summer, 2015 Following his own experience pushing back against prosecutorial evidence tampering in a case he handled against the Los Angeles District Attorney, Sean Erenstoft has been lobbying assembly-persons and other law makers to chip-away at the judge-made protections that errant prosecutors rely upon to avoid liability for malpractice. Most notably, there has been an ever-increasing incidence of Brady violations by prosecutors who are obliged … Continue reading Erenstoft Lobbies His Support for Eradication of Absolute Prosecutorial Immunity