Kendall Coffey: Murder Felony for Christie Scandal Unlikely

Kendall Coffey Interviews

  Kendall Coffey discusses the latest news surrounding the controversial bridge closing in New Jersey and Chris Christie’s involvement in the incident. See below for the transcript.   Steve Malzberg: If whoever was responsible—if it was in a vindictive manner for closing the bridge. We know that one woman died—a 90-year-old woman—she was passed out …

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Kendall Coffey: Gay Marriage Will Be Decided in a Few Years

Kendall Coffey Interviews

Discussing current legal cases, Kendall Coffey appeared on the Steve Malzberg Show on Thursday, December 26, 2013.  Transcript of Kendall Coffey’s quotes below. Gay marriage in Utah being evaluated by the Supreme Court, falling to Sotomayor to decide whether to uphold the ban on gay marriage.   Kendall Coffey: Most people are not expecting her …

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Kendall Coffey November 7 Spinning the Law

Kendall Coffey Supreme Court

The first case on the Steve Malzberg Show discussed was the recent court case involving the use of prayer during city meetings.  The town of Greece is fighting for the right to keep the tradition of opening meetings with a prayer. “Of course the Supreme Court session began with these traditional words that included God …

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Kendall Coffey on Juvenile Crimes

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During the regular Spinning the Law segment on Newsmax’s Steve Malzberg show last week, Kendall Coffey commented on several grisly murder cases as well as a recent court case against the Affordable Care Act. A 14 year old high school student charged with murdering his math teacher.  He will be tried as an adult. “The …

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Kendall Coffey on Steve Malzberg 10.18.13

Kendall Coffey appeared on the Steve Malzberg Show on Newsmax TV on October 18, 2013 to discuss current legal cases in popular in the media.  This week’s “Spinning the Law” segment sought the Miami Super lawyer Kendall Coffey‘s opinion on the Rebecca Sedwick suicide in Florida and the prison overcrowding issue in California. Police in …

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