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Major local and national news outlets regularly contact the Law Office of David P. Shapiro for their legal expertise on high-profile court cases.

 

Here are some of our appearances in the media.

Fox 5 San DiegoDavid P. Shapiro weighs in with Fox 5 News San Diego on the mistrial outcome of the Kellen Winslow case. In his review, he gives viewers insight into defense and prosecution strategy and possible reasons for the mistrial.

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New York PostIn the Kellen Winslow II trial, a fitness app became a focal point for the prosecution.  David discusses digital evidence and how it can impact a case in this New York Post article.

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Law and Crime Trial network features David in a discussion about the Kellen Winslow Jr. case. David offers his opinions regarding the charges, evidence, and alleged victim testimony.

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Navy TimesThe military, a love triangle, and claiming self-defense. Representing a sailor accused of murder, David is featured by the Navy Times in an article about the case.

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Los Angeles TimesAs an attorney familiar with drug cases, David is consulted by The LA Times to offer his thoughts on the high-profile arrest of sports athlete Esteban Loaiza for cocaine distribution.

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Court TVThe Kellen Winslow II trial has been highly publicized.  David appears live on Court TV to discuss the opening statements.

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BravoBravo network interviews David as a top defense attorney in San Diego.  In this article, David discusses the importance of proactive cybersecurity for public figures.

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Yahoo! NewsYahoo! News features an ABC 10 San Diego segment in which David was invited to explain the significance of a partial jury verdict.  This court case garnered significant media attention.

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NBC 7 San DiegoDavid Shapiro and Stefano Molea are featured defending a San Diego sailor alleged to have committed murder in this story by NBC 7.

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The TelegraphEven the United Kingdom needs to consult an expert on California Law from time to time. In this article by The Telegraph, a U.K. publication, David contributes his opinion on the scandal involving Hollywood movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

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Court TVDavid discusses the ongoing Kellen Winslow II trial in this interview streamed live on Court TV.  David, and panel of attorneys, discuss arguments following a dramatic day in court.

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Fox NewsA-list celebrities paying to bypass the college admission’s process?  David shares potential legal impacts for those accused of bribery and other charges in this Fox News article.

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Xtra Sports 1360AMWhen the owner of the New England Patriots was arrested for soliciting prostitution, it quickly became national news. David offers professional insight into the case on San Diego’s sports news program.

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ESPNAn international baseball star is arrested on suspicion of distribution of cocaine. ESPN reached out to David, a defense attorney familiar with San Diego County drug cases, for his assessment of the case.

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USA TodayEx-athlete Kellen Winslow Jr.’s case was closely watched by the media. USA today consulted David for his professional legal opinion on potential strategies for the defense.

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NBC NewsAs the lead defense attorney in a case watched by the community, David is interviewed by NBC 7 following the prosecution’s decision not to press charges against his client.

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Court TVDavid Shapiro discusses a high-profile mistrial, presenting his expert opinion on how mixed verdicts can impact the outcome of a criminal court case.

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Yahoo! SportsThe Kellen Winslow Jr. Trial: David is contacted by Yahoo! Sports for his legal opinion regarding charges in the Kellen Winslow Jr. case.

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MSN NewsA phone app threatens Kellen Winslow II’s defense strategy.  David discusses the collection and use of digital evidence in this interview with MSN News.

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Fox NewsThe high-profile college admissions scandal rocked the nation.  Fox News reached out to David for his opinion on how those choosing to plead ‘not-guilty’ might fight their charges.

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