Tag: trial


NiaLena Caravasos Brings Her Federal Mafia Trial Experience In Sitting As A Judge Of A National Mock Trial Competition

Tapping into her federal mafia trial experience, nationally recognized Philadelphia federal criminal defense and white collar crime attorney NiaLena Caravasos was invited to judge a national law school mock trial competition featuring sixteen of the top trial advocacy programs in the country and hosted by the Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law. Sitting as a judge in a first […]


NiaLena Caravasos Interviewed and Quoted in Philadelphia Inquirer Article Entitled “Plea deal no bargain for cop killers”

Philadelphia Inquirer writer Stu Bykofsky wrote about the two accused cop killers, Carlton Hipps and Ramone Williams, who pled guilty to the murder of Philadelphia Police Sgt. Robert Wilson III and surrendered their right to appeal. Under the plea agreement, they will receive a life sentence plus 50 to 100 years in prison. However, the […]

Local Prosecutor Seeks Re-Election by Bragging About “Proudly Over-Crowding Our Prisons”

A recent blog in Reason.com brought to light the bragging of a local Indiana prosecutor who is seeking reelection. The full headline of the posting is entitled “Indiana Prosecutor Bradley Cooper Is ‘Proudly Over-Crowding our Prisons’: Cooper’s new campaign flyer brags about the people he’s put in prison for decades over drug sales and minor […]