Scott Paul Landry, Attorney
|Additional Info:||Original License Date: 10/15/1992
Attorney Bio: Scott P. Landry, serves in the capacity as Of Counsel with McConaughy & Sarkissian, P.C. Mr. Landry was admitted to the Colorado bar in 1992, is licensed to practice in all Colorado Courts, and was admitted to practice in the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in 1992. Mr. Landry was admitted to the New Mexico bar in 2007. Prior to obtaining his law degree, Mr. Landry earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business/Management in 1988 from the University of Maryland. Mr. Landry attended law sc...
Member of Local Bar Association: Denver Bar Association
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Illegal Search & Seizure in OWI Arrest
In Arizona v. Gant, 129 S. Ct. 1710 (2009), the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a police policy of searching the vehicle of every person arrested, without consideration of whether there is any danger to police or whether evidence will likely be found in the vehicle.
by Tracey Wood
Challenging Prior Under Influence Convictions
Our Supreme Court used the United States Supreme Court case of United Stated v. Curtis, 511 U.S. 485 (1994) as its model in Hahn. United States v. Curtis essentially held that a defendant may not collaterally attack prior convictions in a current federal prosecution in a current federal...
by Tracey Wood
Responsibilities of Employers in Managing Injury Claims
Employers and employees have to follow a particular set of steps whenever an employee suffers an injury while working. These steps should be followed to facilitate everything needed to deal with the injury.
by James Hoffmann