City of Placentia's Finance Services Manager is arraigned for Embezzlement. Defense Attorney Rudy Loewenstein appears on KTLA Channel 5 News.
Man Convicted of Murder Gets New Trial
Defense attorney Rudolph Loewenstein fought successfully for a new trial for Eric Ortiz, who was convicted of murder. The motion was granted in part because sheriff's deputies invoked their rights against self incrimination when questioned about the use of jailhouse a informant in securing an alleged confession from the Defendant.
Orange County’s Jailhouse Informant Program
With confessed murderers going free and the recusal of an entire District Attorney’s Office, you might be asking yourself what’s going on in Orange County? Among the many alleged violations, a secret record keeping system called TRED, deputies committing perjury, and the failure to present exculpatory evidence for criminal defendants are at the center of a controversy involving the use of jailhouse informants. Criminal defense attorney Rudy Loewenstein and Professor Alexandra Natapoff of Loyola Law School discuss the constituionality of the jailhouse informant program.
CA Gov Jerry Brown Blocks Parole of Infamous Mexican Mafia Hitman Rene "Boxer" Enriquez
Robert Kuvacik, NBC news reporter, interviews Rudy Loewenstein to hear his opinion of Governor Jerry Brown's refusal to grant parole to Rene "Boxer" Enriquez.
Infamous Mexican Mafia Hitman Rene "Boxer" Enriquez Could Be Free in Weeks.
Former mobster Rene "Boxer" Enriquez has been recommended for parole and is now awaiting a decision from Governor Jerry Brown. NBC news reporter Robert Kuvacik outlines the issues, including speaking to Rudy Loewenstein, who cross examined Enriquez on 2 separate occasions.
On March 26th 2014, Rudy Loewenstein was invited to appear on The Official Bill Carroll Show. While he was on the show he discussed the controversy of jail house snitches and how the DA's office has been accused of abusing their powers. Listen to the radio interview between former DA, now Criminal Defense Attorney Rudy Loewenstein and Bill Carroll here.