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Death Sentenced Overturned for Defendant Represented by Goldstein & Orr

Geronimo Rene Gutierrez was sentenced to death in 2002 for the alleged offense of the kidnapping and murder of Rick Marin of San Antonio. According to court records, Mr. Gutierrez was accused of abducting Rick Marin and shooting him five (5) times so that he could steal his Ford Mustang for its engine. Not long…
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Goldstein & Orr Recognized at the Criminal Justice Foundation Virtual Gala

Our attorneys at Goldstein & Orr are happy to announce that we were recognized at the Criminal Justice Foundation Gala this year. The gala serves as a fundraising event for the National Foundation of Criminal Justice (NFCJ), a registered charity that is dedicated to preserving and promoting the core values of America’s justice system guaranteed…
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Cynthia Orr Discusses the Pandemic at the ABA House of Delegates on behalf of the NACDL

The Chair now recognizes Cynthia Orr to speak in opposition to the motion to amend. 10:25:36 You have five minutes. 10:25:42 >> Cynthia Orr:  Thank you, Chair Bay. 10:25:57 Delegates, and observers… the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, who I represent in the house, appreciates the temporary need to consider innovative solutions to navigate…
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Gerry Goldstein Honored by Texas Bar Foundation

On June 13, 2019, at its annual gala, the Texas Bar Foundation awarded Gerry Goldstein one of five coveted Outstanding 50 Year Lawyer Awards. Gerry, with his wife Christine, his son Matthew, and his many colleagues and friends, seemed to relish the evening, before he flew home to San Antonio to be ready for his…
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A Founder Looks at 50: Attorney Gerry Goldstein and the Early Years of NORML

Attorney Gerry Goldstein and the Early Years: A Tour of the Texas Prisons, My Bust in Calgary, and “the Pierre Trudeau Defense” By Keith Stroup for NORML During the 1970s when I was first running NORML, in an effort to extend the impact NORML might have on public policy, I traveled from state to state,…
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As They March Peacefully, Protestors Should Remember They Have Rights

Protestors continue to march in the streets after unarmed black man George Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police May 25, 2020. Video and reports from around the country say some demonstrations have unfortunately taken a violent turn, where police have physically engaged with dissenters, even here in San Antonio. According to the Express-News, protestors were…
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