Data and statistics, published in law journals, show that upwards of 93-95% of people unknowingly wave their rights.
We believe that knowing your rights is imperative, especially before your first encounter with law enforcement. 11 more words
For more information, please visit our 2016 Voting Rights Guide online!
The ACLU of Hawaiʻi learned that Monday, October 10, 2016, Hawaii’s deadline for voter registration applications for the upcoming General Election, also happened to fall on a Federal holiday (Discoverers’ Day) with no mail service. 241 more words
Following on from our recent post on renting with a bully, we thought it was important to bring homeowners into the conversation by commenting on the breed discrimination that often involves surrounding neighbours. 734 more words
I have, this week, again found web sites illegally selling my work, stealing the royalties for my hard work for themselves. Whether your occupation is in art, music or literature, you will always be susceptible to these types of scoundrels and thieves. 138 more words
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Some interesting information here, especially about the 5th Amendment and the Supreme Court ruling Salinas v Texas. 30 more words