We see police officers give Miranda Warnings to people they are arresting on television all the time, but what are they really?
Miranda Rights were developed after the landmark Supreme Court Case of… 531 more words
I am so excited to be opening a new law firm in the heart of West Reading, Pennsylvania. I specialize in family law, specifically custody and divorce, as well as criminal defense and driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI). 167 more words
Your children may act like cleaning their room or washing the dishes is tantamount to slavery, but the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals (which covers Michigan) has said that household chores don’t count as forced labor, even if they are enforced with physical abuse. 386 more words
A county court in Florida recently certified an important issue to the Second District Court of Appeal regarding excessive fines as a punishment for solicitation of prostitution. 345 more words
By: Gina L. Kershaw (OC Women Defense Group)
You do not have the right to … remain silent.
An alarming decision came down from the California Supreme Court this past week that will surely chill the hearts of civil rights advocates everywhere. 319 more words