Sherilyn Streicker

Sherilyn Streicker is an attorney who specializes in investigative law,  fraud, white collar crime, campaign finance, identity theft, administrative law, high technology, and privacy.  She completed extensive training in investigation methods, law enforcement practices, and high tech investigations at the FBI Academy as a part of a Presidential Management Fellowship. She has also served as a prosecutor and plaintiff’s attorney, and has enforced campaign finance laws.  She graduated with honors from Miami of Ohio’s Technical Communication program and Emory University School of Law. She is a member of the Georgia and Florida bars.  

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Articles By Sherilyn Streicker

Jury Selection in Criminal Cases
The right to trial by jury in criminal cases is guaranteed by the Sixth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, as well as the laws of every state.
Jury Nullification: Cause and Effect
Jurors are supposed to follow the law, but sometimes don't. Learn why they don't, and what the result is.
Miranda Rights for Students
You probably know that police officers are supposed to advise arrested suspects of their
Restitution Law for Victims of Crime
Restitution is designed to compensate crime victims for their losses. Learn about the kinds of expenses and people that restitution covers.
Criminal Trial Publicity
Anyone accused of a criminal offense has the right to a public trial under the Sixth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
How Judges Accept and Reject Plea Deals
The lawyers agreeing to a deal isn't the end of the story: Judges have to stamp plea agreements.