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- Syracuse Coach Child Sex Abuse Claims - Fox News 5:52 11/28/2011- Las Vegas defense attorney, Joel Mann, provides his legal insight over the firing of Syracuse coach Bernie Fine over child sex abuse claims on Fox News’ “Happening Now.”
- Lawsuit Match.com - Fox News 5:31 Las Vegas defense attorney, Joel Mann, appears on Fox News' "Happening Now" where he gives legal insight on whether Match.com should be held liable in regards to the woman who was sexually assaulted by a man she met on the dating website.
- San Francisco Illegal Immigration Plan Legality - Fox News 6:49 Joel Mann, an experienced Las Vegas defense attorney, discusses the legality of San Francisco’s controversial plan on illegal immigration on Fox News’ America’s News HQ.
- Child Abuse Allegations - Ch 8 News 4:06 Experienced Las Vegas defense attorney, Joel Mann, speaks to HD Eyewitness News about the child abuse allegations that his client, former Clark County Juvenile Corrections officer, faced.
- Varying Witness Accounts in Costco Shooting - Ch 8 News 2:03 Joel Mann, an experienced Las Vegas defense attorney, provides Channel 8 News with his legal insight on the varying witness accounts in the Costco shooting.
- Day Care Worker Child Molestation Allegations - KTNV Ch 13 1:08 Las Vegas defense attorney, Joel Mann, discusses the importance of the gathering of friends and family to show support for his client, the daycare worker accused of molesting children, to KTNV Channel 13.
Joel Mann in Online News Publications
Eyewitnesses May be Unreliable in Costco Shooting
As the investigation continues into the Costco officer involved shooting that killed Erik Scott, a number of witness statements conflict with those reported by Las Vegas police.
Witness statements are valuable to police, but they also have drawbacks. A local defense attorney says in scenes like this, there's only one real eyewitness who will tell the real truth: cameras. Read more
Mother accepts plea deal in 3-year-old's death
A 29-year-old woman originally charged with second-degree murder in the death of her 3-year-old son pleaded guilty Tuesday to lesser charges.
Elizabeth Stack took a deal from prosecutors, pleading guilty to one count each of child abuse and neglect and child abuse with substantial bodily harm, both felonies, District Court records showed.
Prosecutors have retained the right to argue at a sentencing hearing scheduled for Oct. 5 before Judge Michelle Leavitt. Read more
Nevada Officers Enforcing Marijuana DUI Laws
"If they haven't had any in the last seven days or even 30 days marijuana metabolite actually remains in your system. It is a risk to be driving if you have that metabolite in your system," Mann said.
Officers said when it comes to determining whether a driver is impaired, a lot of the work is already done before they reach the blood draw stage of the investigation. Read more