In the inaugural episode of Closing Arguments, we introduce you to John Razumich, Attorney at Razumich & Associates, P.C., who serves as an expert in criminal law and a public defender across the state of Indiana. After serving the greater Indiana area for over a decade, John brings a wealth of experience to the table.
After describing some of his personal and professional life experiences, John highlights the landscape surrounding fast and speedy trails. Not only has the definition of a fast and speedy trial evolved since its establishment, but there have been landmark court cases to help define this process.
Additionally, John will explore the idea of forfeitures and the misconceptions surrounding this topic.
So sit back, relax, and we thank you for joining us on our inaugural episode!
0:07 - Welcome to the show and introducing John Razumich
2:13 - Background information on John and his law background in Indiana
5:04 - The reputation that Razumich & Associates receives across Indiana
6:39 - The hot topic of a fast and speedy trial
12:26 - Where the OJ Simpson case fell in the realm of fast and speedy trials
14:20 - The four-part balancing test applied to fast and speedy trials
24:00 - The Speedy Trial Act of 1974 and how it's applied to cases today
29:00 - How fast and speedy trials work throughout the state of Indiana
34:50 - An independent constitutional analysis and the Barker Test
42:15 - The case of Tyson Timbs and its impact on forfeitures