Laura K. Gasiorowski, Esq., who has been practicing criminal defense law since 1994, joined the Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers in 2005, and has concentrated her career on complex pre-trial, trial and appellate matters in a wide variety of state and federal criminal matters, including mail fraud, money laundering, gambling, narcotics violations, murder, and RICO. Most notably, Ms. Gasiorowski represented one of the two capital defendants who avoided an execution sentence in the federal death penalty trial of individuals involved in the bombings of American Embassies in Tanzania and Nairobi, Africa. Ms. Gasiorowski has specialized experience in pretrial motion work, sentencing matters, and appellate brief writing. Among her reported cases are Jenkins v. Artuz, 294 F.3d 284 (2nd Cir. 2002), in which the court order a new trial based on evidence of prosecutorial misconduct in examining a state witness; and State v. Bishop, 686 So.2d 1053, 96-694 (La.App 5 Cir. 1996), in which the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in Louisiana agreed that application of sexual offender notification laws prohibited constituted ex post facto punishment and therefore was prohibited.Other significant published cases decided in Ms. Gasiorowski’s clients' favor include the first case in which a United States federal district court held that foreign subjects interrogated abroad by American law enforcement are entitled to Fifth Amendment protections, and a case in which the district court struck several aggravating factors from death penalty notice.