David Lane (lawyer)

David Lane
David Lane (born January 4, 1954) is an attorney in Denver, Colorado with the firm of Killmer, Lane & Newman LLP.wikipedia
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He is a member of the American Civil Liberties Union, and previously represented Ward Churchill.
As one of the jurors said later in a press interview, "it wasn't a slap in his face or anything like that when we didn't give him any money. It's just that [Churchill's attorney] David Lane kept saying this wasn't about the money, and in the end, we took his word for that."

Balloon boy hoax

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In October, 2009, Lane was retained by Fort Collins, Colorado residents Richard and Mayumi Heene, parents of the media-dubbed 'Balloon Boy', six-year-old Falcon Heene, in the wake of announced impending charges by Larimer County authorities, and possibly by federal authorities.
Richard Heene's lawyer, David Lane, announced on October 19 that Richard and Mayumi Heene would surrender to police as soon as charges are filed, and plead not guilty.

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David Lane (born January 4, 1954) is an attorney in Denver, Colorado with the firm of Killmer, Lane & Newman LLP.

American Civil Liberties Union

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He is a member of the American Civil Liberties Union, and previously represented Ward Churchill.

Fort Collins, Colorado

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In October, 2009, Lane was retained by Fort Collins, Colorado residents Richard and Mayumi Heene, parents of the media-dubbed 'Balloon Boy', six-year-old Falcon Heene, in the wake of announced impending charges by Larimer County authorities, and possibly by federal authorities.

Larimer County, Colorado

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In October, 2009, Lane was retained by Fort Collins, Colorado residents Richard and Mayumi Heene, parents of the media-dubbed 'Balloon Boy', six-year-old Falcon Heene, in the wake of announced impending charges by Larimer County authorities, and possibly by federal authorities.

Peggy Hettrick murder case

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On October 21, 2008, David Lane, a criminal defense attorney in Denver filed a civil suit in federal district court against the Larimer County prosecutors, Terry Gilmore and Jolene Blair, as well as detective James Broderick, alleging violations of Masters' civil rights.