What to Say and How Not to Die When When Confronted by the Police with Attorney Keith Staten





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Streamed live on May 25, 2016

Would Eriq Gardner, Sandra Bland, Mike Brown, Walter Smith, Freddie Gray and countless more black/brown men and women be alive today if they knew exactly what to say to offending police officers and how to use the 4th amendment?

Criminal Defense Attorney, Keith Staten says, “Yes!”

The Law Office of Keith J. Staten & Associates specializes in handling complex criminal litigation, DUI litigation and administrative licensing issues. After serving at the Sacramento County Public Defender’s office from 1991 to 1994, he started a private practice in 1994 concentrating on criminal defense. Over the last 24 years, he has successfully handled numerous cases ranging from DUI’s to homicide and is known for his successful verdicts. In 2001, he took a break from his criminal practice and joined the CA Department of Motor Vehicles as Senior Staff Counsel. Mr. Staten managed the Driver Safety and Driver’s License programs. He reviewed legislation concerning changes in the Vehicle Code and DUI Laws, managed all writ litigation throughout the State of California, and was the in-house legal advisor to the Driver Safety Program. He is an expert in matters involving the DMV and licensing, and has successfully defended occupational licenses against various state agencies.

Mr. Staten returned to Private Practice in 2007. His office handles DUI, criminal defense, administrative licenses, small business litigation and other civil litigation matters. He has tried more than 120 cases to verdict, including homicides, gang, drug, and sex cases. In 2010, Mr. Staten helped create new law after a case where a juror was “Facebooking” during trial. Mr. Staten helped create new case law in the “Facebook” case. In that case, a juror had “friended” other jurors on the social networking site and regularly posted commentary on the trial during that trial. Mr. Staten successfully argued at both the trial and appellate level that his client’s right to a fair trial trumped that juror’s privacy rights.

In 2012 alone he won acquittals in two cases where his client faced life sentences. In fact, the Sacramento County Indigent Defense Panel named him Attorney of the Year in 2012. In 2014 The Hub magazine recognized him as a leader in the community. The Wiley Manuel Bar Association named him attorney of the year in 2014. Simply put, Mr. Staten is a skilled warrior in the courtroom.


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