(Video) Iran: Raisi’s Cabinet and a Need for an Assertive Policy Toward Regime

October 2, 2021 - October 2, 2021 - the Iranian regime’s president Ebrahim Raisi has handpicked a government of criminals and terrorists, including individuals who are under sanction by both US, the EU, and even the United Nations.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): the Iranian regime’s president Ebrahim Raisi has handpicked a government of criminals and terrorists, including individuals who are under sanction by both US, the EU, and even the United Nations.

October 2, 2021 - By appointing such figures as cabinet ministers and the heads of government agencies, Raisi conveys a commitment to repeating the same malign behaviors, with help from high-ranking issues who are well-practiced in those areas.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): By appointing such figures as cabinet ministers and the heads of government agencies, Raisi conveys a commitment to repeating the same malign behaviors, with help from high-ranking issues who are well-practiced in those areas.

October 2, 2021 - Int’l Community Must Hold Accountable Iranian Officials for Their Human Rights Crimes

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Int’l Community Must Hold Accountable Iranian Officials for Their Human Rights Crimes.

October 2, 2021 -

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): For many years, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian has been an aide to the criminal commander of terrorist Quds force, Qassem Soleimani, and the representative of the Quds Force within the ministry of foreign affairs.

October 2, 2021 - The NCRI disclosed details of secret underground nuclear research sites in Iran, known as Lavizan-3, at a press conference at the National Press Building in Washington, DC in February 2015.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): NCRI Reveal New Intelligence on Regime’s New Centre of Nuclear Activities.

October 2, 2021 - (PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): The NCRI disclosed details of secret underground nuclear research sites in Iran, known as Lavizan-3, at a press conference at the National Press Building in Washington, DC in February 2015.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): The NCRI disclosed details of secret underground nuclear research sites in Iran, known as Lavizan-3, at a press conference at the National Press Building in Washington, DC in February 2015.

October 2, 2021 - (PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): reports provided by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran) have made the international community aware of the intentions of the Mullahs regime to build nuclear weapons capability.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): reports provided by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran) have made the international community aware of the intentions of the Mullahs regime to build nuclear weapons capability.

October 2, 2021 - (PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): The MEK has kept the media informed especially in relation to Iran’s nuclear capacity.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): The MEK has kept the media informed especially in relation to Iran’s nuclear capacity.

The regime’s nuclear enrichment activities have come to include enrichment of uranium to 60% fissile purity just a short technical step away from weapons-grade.

Raisi’s government is comprised of an unprecedented number of IRGC officers, signifying a particular commitment to the regime’s malign policies at home and abroad, such as obtaining a nuclear weapon.”

— NCRI

PARIS, FRANCE, October 2, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — After assuming office on August 5, the Iranian regime’s president Ebrahim Raisi has handpicked a government of criminals and terrorists, including individuals who are under sanction by both US, the EU, and even the United Nations.

By appointing such figures as cabinet ministers and the heads of government agencies, Raisi conveys a commitment to repeating the same malign behaviors, with help from high-ranking issues who are well-practiced in those areas.

Some members of Raisi’s administration were appointed despite having been sanctioned multiple times over the years, on account of their high-level involvement in multiple projects that pose a threat to international peace and stability, as well as the lives of the Iranian people themselves.

Mohammad Mokhber, who is now serving as Raisi’s first vice president, was sanctioned by the EU in 2010 for his role in the regime’s acquisition of material and know-how related to nuclear proliferation and the development of ballistic missile stockpiles. The following year, he was also sanctioned by the EU for human rights abuses he committed as head of Iran’s Prisons Organization.

In 2016, Mokhber was blacklisted by the US Treasury Department over the role he played in financing illicit projects by seizing the assets of political dissidents and members of ethnic and religious minorities. This describes the essential function of the institution known as Execution of Imam Khomeini’s Order, which Mokhber was placed in charge of in 2007.

According to the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), Mokhber’s leadership of the EIKO coincided with the transfer of billions of dollars in assets, mainly to projects being led by the regime’s Revolutionary Guards.

Sanctions targets aside, Raisi’s administration is comprised of an unprecedented number of IRGC officers, signifying a particular commitment to the regime’s malign policies and practices both at home and abroad, such as obtaining a nuclear weapon.

It is, therefore, no surprise that the sanctions looming over members of Raisi’s administration include sanctions for nuclear proliferation activities. Mokhber is one example, but another much more telling example is Mohammad Eslami, whom Raisi appointed to head the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran.

Eslami was involved in weaponization aspects of the regime’s nuclear program practically since its inception, has held meetings in the 1980s aimed at acquiring equipment and designs from Abdul Qadir Khan, the father of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons program.

As long ago as those early contributions were, Eslami’s involvement in Tehran’s nuclear project has evidently never ceased, and in 2008 the UN sanctioned him under resolution 1803 for “being engaged in, directly associated with or providing support for Iran’s proliferation-sensitive nuclear activities or for the development of nuclear weapon delivery systems.” At the time, Eslami was serving as head of Iran’s Defense Industries Training and Research Institute.

Today, he is tasked with overseeing all of the regime’s nuclear enrichment activities – activities that have come to include enrichment of uranium to 60 percent fissile purity, just a very short technical step away from weapons-grade.

Western powers and the entire international community should be deeply alarmed by this. For one thing, it allows Eslami to bring all of his prior experience with military technology to bear on the nuclear activities that Tehran has always dubiously insisted are civilian in nature. For another thing, it signals open defiance of the sanctions that should have seriously constrained Eslami’s political career, as well as the political careers of several persons who are now serving alongside him in the Raisi administration.

Such defiance underscores the fact that Western policies toward the mullahs’ regime have remained feckless and conciliatory for so long that Tehran now feels confident in its ability to escalate sanction-able activities while experiencing no real consequences. This sentiment is dangerous enough to global stability if the activities in question are limited to nuclear proliferation, missile development, and domestic human rights abuses. It is all the more dangerous if those activities also include foreign terrorism, which they very clearly do.

Apparently not content to defy international will just through the appointment of sanctioned officials to cabinet positions, Raisi has also included in his administration at least one individual who is subject to an international arrest warrant based on his past involvement in terrorist acts.

Ahmad Vahidi has been directly implicated in the bombing of an Israeli community center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, which killed 85 people in 1994. It is only one of many violent incidents in which he played a role as commander of the IRGC’s foreign special operations division, the Quds Force, around that time. And with so many other IRGC officers represented in Raisi’s cabinet, a number of them have been implicated in the same acts.

This would be a giant red flag for the international community under any circumstances. It is an even greater cause for alarm at the present historical moment when the Iranian regime is facing mounting threats from both at home and abroad and is poised to lash out in the most desperate fashion to counter those threats.

Already, Tehran has conducted its worst single crackdown on dissent in recent years, having killed 1,500 peaceful protesters and arrested thousands of others in the midst of a nationwide uprising in late 2019, when Ebrahim Raisi was head of the judiciary. And in response to a previous uprising at the beginning of 2018, the regime orchestrated a bomb plot targeting the Iranian Resistance’s, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), gathering outside of Paris.

The 2018 terror plot was thwarted and eventually led to prison terms for the regime’s diplomat-terrorist, Assadollah Assadi, and his three co-conspirators. But both the foreign and the domestic attacks on organized activist groups hearkened back to a prior era of unrestrained political violence, during which 30,000 political prisoners were killed in the space of about three months in 1988. That massacre also heavily featured Raisi’s handiwork, as he was one of four officials sitting on the Tehran “death commission” that oversaw executions in Evin and Gohardasht Prisons.

It is no wonder that such a figure would handpick such a government that its ministers are under sanctions by the international community over various actions that demonstrate the same underlying impulse to safeguard and expand the regime’s power regardless of cost or consequences. The only way Raisi and his government will ever deny that impulse is if the cost and consequences imposed on it by the international community are serious enough to undermine the regime’s longstanding sense of impunity.

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(Video) Ongoing Executions Show Impunity Reigns Supreme in Iran

October 2, 2021 - Dastgerd Prison authorities in Isfahan Central Prison hanged Abbas Gholi Salehi, 42. According to human rights activists, he was sentenced to 20 years in prison and a death sentence for drug-related charges.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Dastgerd Prison authorities in Isfahan Central Prison hanged Abbas Gholi Salehi, 42. According to human rights activists, he was sentenced to 20 years in prison and a death sentence for drug-related charges.

October 2, 2021 - Mr. Salehi had been detained since he was 22-year-old and spent all these years behind the bars without furlough.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Mr. Salehi had been detained since he was 22-year-old and spent all these years behind the bars without furlough.

October 2, 2021 - Relatives and friends spent the night outside the prison; however, authorities hanged Mr. Salehi despite the people’s protest.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Relatives and friends spent the night outside the prison; however, authorities hanged Mr. Salehi despite the people’s protest.

October 2, 2021 - Iranian dissidents believe, this is flagrant hypocrisy within the mullahs’ regime in Iran and shows that the state uses death sentences to terrify society and nip public protests in the bud.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Iranian dissidents believe, this is flagrant hypocrisy within the mullahs’ regime in Iran and shows that the state uses death sentences to terrify society and nip public protests in the bud.

October 2, 2021 - International call to stop execution. UN and member states must take immediate action to save the lives of death row prisoners.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): International call to stop execution. UN and member states must take immediate action to save the lives of death row prisoners.

October 2, 2021 - Amnesty International reports shocking Iranian regime human rights abuse.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Amnesty International reports shocking Iranian regime human rights abuse.

October 2, 2021 - The U.N. experts also underlined that the international community’s “failure” to act” had a devastating impact on the survivors and families as well as on the general situation of human rights in Iran and emboldened Iran to continue to c

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): The U.N. experts also underlined that the international community’s “failure” to act” had a devastating impact on the survivors and families as well as on the general situation of human rights in Iran.

"Future history will bear witness to the fact that the movement seeking justice for the victims of the 1988 massacre has triumphed over the regime's accomplices' silence and complacency."

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): “Future history will bear witness to the fact that the movement seeking justice for the victims of the 1988 massacre has triumphed over the regime’s accomplices’ silence and complacency.”

The rising trend of human rights violations in Iran, after the mullahs’ four decades of human rights abuses, and particularly with the regime’s current leaders.

The regime’s current president Ebrahim Raisi was one of the leading figures of the 1988 massacre of over 30,000 political prisoners majority of the members or supporters of the (PMOI/MEK) in Iran.”

— NCRI

PARIS, FRANCE, October 2, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Iranian regime executed 42-year-old Abbas-Qoli Salehi in Isfahan prison on Wednesday. The regime’s judiciary upheld the death sentence of political prisoner Shaker Behrouz. The mounting number of executions once again shows the grim face of impunity in Iran under the regime of mass murderers.

Another prisoner, Amirhossein Hatemi, was killed under torture on September 23. On September 21, Shahin Nasseri died under torture in the Greater Tehran Penitentiary. Shahin Nasseri had witnessed the regime’s forces brutally torturing Iran’s wrestling champion Navid Afkari, who was executed in September 2020. Mr. Nasseri did not give in to the regime’s pressures and revealed the details of Navid Afkari’s torture.

There have been numerous reports in recent days of security forces arbitrary arrest members of ethnic and religious minorities. These recent incidents remind me of the mass executions of 1988 as it was a test of whether the regime’s impunity still persisted from that time. The regime’s current president Ebrahim Raisi was one of the leading figures of the 1988 massacre of over 30,000 political prisoners majority of the members or supporters of the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in Iran.

In other words, this rising trend of human rights violations in Iran, although appalling, is not a surprise after the mullahs’ four decades of human rights abuses, and particularly with the regime’s current leaders.

When in June 2021, Ebrahim Raisi became the regime’s president, Amnesty International’s Secretary General Agnès Callamard said: “That Ebrahim Raisi has risen to the presidency instead of being investigated for the crimes against humanity of murder, enforced disappearance, and torture, is a grim reminder that impunity reigns supreme in Iran.”

In a letter published in December 2020, seven United Nations experts have sent a letter to the Iranian authorities stating that the 1988 massacre of thousands of political prisoners could amount to “crimes against humanity” and criticized the international community’s inaction, which has created a sense of impunity among Iran’s officials.

“There is a systemic impunity enjoyed by those who ordered and carried out the extrajudicial executions and enforced disappearances,” the experts said, adding: “To date, no official in Iran has been brought to justice, and many of the officials involved continue to hold positions of power including in key judicial, prosecutorial and government bodies responsible for ensuring the victims receive justice.”

The U.N. experts also underlined that the international community’s “failure” to act” had a devastating impact on the survivors and families as well as on the general situation of human rights in Iran and emboldened Iran to continue to conceal the fate of the victims and to maintain a strategy of deflection and denial that continue to date.”

In other words, impunity reigns supreme in Iran due to the international community’s failure to hold the regime to account. It should be clear that mullahs’ would never halt their human rights violations and oppressing people. Oppressing Iranians is an inseparable part of the regime. Asking the regime to investigate its crimes is like asking an arsonist to put out the fire.

The regime would continue its human rights violations in the upcoming days and months to confront Iran’s restive society. The regime cannot continue its rule for even one day without torture and executions. The selection of a criminal like Raisi as president is a testament to this fact.

As the Iranian Resistance, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) has repeatedly said, the international community should refer the dossier of the Iranian regime to the U.N. Security Council and prosecute its leaders for four decades of crimes against humanity and genocide.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran’s (NCRI), tweeted: Abbas-Qoli Salehi’s execution in Isfahan after 20 years shows the cruelty of the clerical regime that cannot continue its rule for even one day without torture and executions.

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Rhoads & Reed Merges with Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig to Expand Government Contract Focus

To learn more about Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig, please visit them online at www.DBLLawyers.com

Phil Rhoads and Jim Reed have advised clients on the full range of U.S. export control and international trade laws and regulations.

We’ve had a strong working relationship with Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig for many years, and this merger gives us the perfect opportunity to expand the capabilities that we can offer to our clients.”

— Jim Reed, Rhoads & Reed

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, October 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Rhoads & Reed PLLC, a law firm that specializes in international trade and export controls, announces that they have merged with Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig, a leading corporate and intellectual property law firm with offices across the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, effective October 1, 2021.

Since 2005, Phil Rhoads and Jim Reed have advised clients on the full range of U.S. export control and international trade laws and regulations. Their clients have spanned the spectrum from the largest U.S. defense contractors and corporations to mid-size companies to smaller “mom-and-pop” enterprises. Clients of Rhoads & Reed have benefitted not only from their strong legal expertise in a complex regulatory area; they have also benefitted from Phil and Jim’s more than 40 years of combined experience in the U.S. Government.

“We’ve had a strong working relationship with attorneys at Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig for many years, and this merger gives us the perfect opportunity to expand the capabilities that we can offer to our clients,” said Jim Reed at Rhoads & Reed. “Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig has a well-earned reputation for exceptional client service, and it’s that shared commitment to client service that brought our two firms together. In moving to DBL, we not only get to partner with some world-class lawyers but also get to join up with some truly great colleagues to work with.”

Rhoads & Reed specialize in assisting clients in navigating the complexities of the U.S. international trade regulatory regime. Product classification and licensing issues, technology transfers, enforcement matters, compliance audits, developing effective compliance programs – whatever the challenges companies face in pursuing international business opportunities, Rhoads & Reed have developed reputations as leading practitioners in this area. “We’re problem-solvers,” said Jim Reed. “Our goal is to help our clients find efficient and effective ways to accomplish their business objectives in the international market space.”

Thomas Dunlap, Partner at Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig, added, “Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig is delighted to welcome Jim Reed and Phil Rhoads.  They bring to DBL a specialized concentration in national security issues, including U.S. export controls on military and commercial products and technology and compliance and enforcement under the Arms Export Control Act and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (BIS and ITAR).  These skills will be a great addition to bolster our well-rounded Government Contracting Practice area.”

To learn more about Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig, please visit them online at www.dbllawyers.com.

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Acclaimed Criminal Attorney, Vince Imhoff, Made Guest Appearance on Legal Shield's Renown Legal Services Show

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LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, October 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Imhoff & Associates, P.C.’s Managing Director Vincent Imhoff is Legal Shield's CEO Jeff Bell's most recent guest on Justice For All. Justice for All is dedicated to amplifying the voices of human rights advocates and increasing awareness of issues that impact marginalized and disenfranchised members of society. Join LegalShield CEO Jeff Bell as he explores these critical issues through the eyes of seasoned legal professionals and civil rights activists.

"I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Legal Shield's CEO Jeff Bell on this week's episode of Justice For All," states Imhoff. "We discussed discrimination in the legal system, police corruption, the future of social justice and more."

The episode aired 9/2/21 at 8:00 AM. One topic Imhoff discussed was how crucial it is to increase the federal government's oversight of police conduct and how we must all take action to spread this message.

Imhoff continues, "For my career, I have taken the empathy I have from the discrimination I have felt and use that empathy with my clients. All voices help. Even the ugly voices help because they point out what we need to fix."

This week's episode with Vince was packed with weighty discussions that are relevant to the current political climate now more than ever. Some specific viewpoints shared were on how to increase the use of special prosecutors in police misconduct investigations, how we need to enhance the collection of data on fatalities involving police, that we must implement implicit bias training for all federal law-enforcement officers and state and local police involved in federal task forces, and how crucial it is to increase the federal government’s oversight of police conduct. Imhoff believes the first step that must be taken is to have more diversity in our government so that trust can be made and actual actions be taken.

"There are cities where two or three residents are black and the city government is almost entirely white. The lack of representation of people of color raises significant concerns over a lack of reflective representation in our democracy. For communities of color, it undermines trust in government," concludes Imhoff.

LegalShield gives you the ability to talk to an attorney on any personal legal matter without worrying about high hourly costs. That’s why, under the protection of LegalShield, you or your family can live your lives worry-free. Even better, you don’t have to worry about figuring out which attorney to use—Legal Shield will do that for you.

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You can check out the full episode of Vince Imhoff here: https://bit.ly/3t6B7WA

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Vince Imhoff

Vince Imhoff is from Chicago, Illinois. He is admitted to practice law in Illinois, California, and Pennsylvania. Imhoff achieved a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Lewis University and later obtained his JD from the Illinois Institute of Technology/Chicago-Kent College of Law in 1989. After earning his JD, Mr.Imhoff was a Public Defender in Cook County, Illinois, from 1990 to 1997. He then entered private practice as a solo practitioner.

Vince Imhoff founded Imhoff & Associates, PC, in 2003. In 2005, he became Managing Director of the Cochran Firm, Criminal Defense section. However, following the death of Mr.Cochran, Imhoff left the Cochran Firm to re-establish Imhoff and Associates, PC. He was also the assistant coach for the trial team at Loyola University of Chicago, School of Law, from 2000 through 2002.

Vince Imhoff is now the Managing Director of Imhoff & Associates, PC. With offices throughout the United States, Imhoff & Associates works with over 650 lawyers. Today, Vince Imhoff is a member of the State Bar of Illinois, State Bar of California, and State Bar of Pennsylvania. He is also an active member of the California Public Defenders Association, Santa Monica Bar Association (Treasurer 2012-2014, Board Member 2008-2014), Lesbian Gay Lawyers Association (Secretary 2009-2011, Board Member 2009-2015), San Bernardino County Bar, San Fernando Valley Bar Association, California Attorneys for Criminal Justice (CACJ), and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL).

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Acclaimed Criminal Attorney, Vince Imhoff, Examines R. Kelly Trial Verdict and How We Need to Prevent Future Assaults

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LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, October 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — R&B singer and songwriter R. Kelly was found guilty of racketeering charges in a federal courtroom in Brooklyn, N.Y. Monday following decades of sex abuse allegations, prosecutors announced. Prosecutors said in an indictment that Kelly, 54, and his team — including managers, bodyguards and assistants — "traveled throughout the United States and abroad to perform at concert venues…and to recruit women and girls to engage in illegal sexual activity with Kelly" as far back as 1999.

Acclaimed criminal attorney, Vince Imhoff, has strong thoughts on this matter and believes we need to make serious efforts to make sure this never happens again. "R Kelly’s own actions show his guilt," states Imhoff. "R Kelly was afforded every possible opportunity to defendant himself. He had the best lawyers. He was given the benefit of the doubt for over two decades. In the end, it was his self-made child pornography and his cover-up that sank him."

The conviction of R. Kelly on all nine counts against him came as a significant moment in the Me-Too movement and for the music industry, ushering in a sense that, finally, justice had been served. Why did it take so long to catch him? The entertainer had an expansive network of enablers around him, federal prosecutors said, from his closest confidantes and employees to many in the music industry who knew of the concerns about his behavior but did not intervene. Mr. Kelly also “used his henchmen to lodge threats and exact revenge,” blackmailing his victims with nude photographs of themselves or embarrassing information, one prosecutor, Elizabeth Geddes, said in closing arguments.

Imhoff continues, "There are at least two different sex tapes with R Kelly and underaged girls having sex. It was his brothers' statement that R Kelly wanted him to take the fall for the sex tapes that doomed R Kelly. That statement proves that R Kelly knew the girls were underage when he had sex with them. Otherwise, he would not need his own brother to take the fall for him. R Kelly raped these girls and then used everything he had to shield himself from the consequences."

But while this verdict may make potential future victims safer, it’s not enough. We need to invest in the safety and futures of survivors and whistleblowers.

"Long-term investment in victims and prevention may take the form of full financing for established organizations and other therapies to assist young people heal from sexual abuse and trauma. We should also treat survivors' experiences as a source of knowledge, allowing them to return to their communities and help construct the infrastructure that makes young Black and Brown children less vulnerable to predators," concludes Imhoff.

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Vince Imhoff

Vince Imhoff is from Chicago, Illinois. He is admitted to practice law in Illinois, California, and Pennsylvania. Imhoff achieved a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Lewis University and later obtained his JD from the Illinois Institute of Technology/Chicago-Kent College of Law in 1989. After earning his JD, Mr.Imhoff was a Public Defender in Cook County, Illinois, from 1990 to 1997. He then entered private practice as a solo practitioner.

Vince Imhoff founded Imhoff & Associates, PC, in 2003. In 2005, he became Managing Director of the Cochran Firm, Criminal Defense section. However, following the death of Mr.Cochran, Imhoff left the Cochran Firm to re-establish Imhoff and Associates, PC. He was also the assistant coach for the trial team at Loyola University of Chicago, School of Law, from 2000 through 2002.

Vince Imhoff is now the Managing Director of Imhoff & Associates, PC. With offices throughout the United States, Imhoff & Associates works with over 650 lawyers. Today, Vince Imhoff is a member of the State Bar of Illinois, State Bar of California, and State Bar of Pennsylvania. He is also an active member of the California Public Defenders Association, Santa Monica Bar Association (Treasurer 2012-2014, Board Member 2008-2014), Lesbian Gay Lawyers Association (Secretary 2009-2011, Board Member 2009-2015), San Bernardino County Bar, San Fernando Valley Bar Association, California Attorneys for Criminal Justice (CACJ), and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL).

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