The ACLU in California today released a free smart-phone app that allows people to send cellphone videos of police encounters to the ACLU, automatically—and the ACLU will preserve the video footage, even if the cops seize the phone and delete the video or destroy the phone. 597 more words
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(Updated July 2014)
Taking photographs of things that are plainly visible from public spaces is a constitutional right – and that includes federal buildings, transportation facilities, and police and other government officials carrying out their duties. 378 more words
This is from Knife Up.com.
The US is based upon federalism and, for that reason, laws are created at the federal, state, and municipal level. With regards to knife law, this makes things particularly tricky since a certain knife can be legal in one state and illegal in the next as well as legal in one county and illegal in the neighboring county. 292 more words
Journey of adoption requires legal assistance
By Scaringi & Scaringi P.C.
In Pennsylvania, the journey of adoption begins with the filing of various reports and exhibits that detail the circumstances surrounding the adoption and describing the new home situation that the child will enter with his adoptive family. 640 more words