‘Lincoln Lawyer’ star Manuel Garcia-Rulfo dishes on bombshell evidence in Lisa’s case

Spoiler alert: The following contains details from Season 2, Part 1 of “The Lincoln Lawyer,” now streaming on Netflix.

Netflix’s “The Lincoln Lawyer” ends with a midseason cliffhanger that would bring Mickey Haller’s tires to a screeching halt.

The second season, which debuted its first five episodes Thursday, is inspired by Michael Connelly’s novel “The Fifth Witness.” The next five episodes will be released Aug. 3.

The books and series are centered on criminal defense attorney Haller (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo), who conducts work from his Lincoln cars. In the new installment, Mickey, while riding the high of a successful case in

Judge orders Trump lawyers not to disclose evidence in documents case | Donald Trump

A Florida judge handed prosecutors in Donald Trump’s classified documents lawsuit a significant victory on Monday by ruling the former president cannot publicly disclose any of the evidence against him.

Trump, who was arranged in Miami last week on a 37-count indictment over his improper storage and handling of classified materials at his Mar-a-Lago resort, can also only view, but not retain, any of the evidence under the direct supervision of his lawyers, the order from the magistrate judge, Bruce Reinhart, stated.

The secrecy ruling in particular will thwart Trump, who has been a vocal critic of justice department prosecutors

Gag Order on Idaho Murder Case is ‘Likely Unconstitutional’, Lawyer Argues

The gag order issued by a judge in the Idaho murders case is “likely unconstitutional”, according to outside criminal defense attorney Philip Holloway

“The gag order in the #IdahoMurders case is likely unconstitutional under the #1st Amendment,” Holloway wrote in a tweet on Monday. Holloway is not directly involved in the Idaho murders case.

Following the arrest of 28-year-old Bryan Kohberger in the deaths of Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Ethan Chapin, 20 and Xana Kernodle, 20, a judge in Latah County, Idaho, issued a nondissemination order, or a gag order, barring anyone involved in the case to speak