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This photo? It looked like someone was counting the days to retirement. That line of dots has to mean something!
Tough questions posed this week to White House Press Secretary David Carney about freedom of the press concerns in the Department of Justice’s national security probe of news leaks are quite understandable: the news media properly cherishes that portion of our nation’s First Amendment rights. But the greater concerns for me as an attorney involve our Fourth Amendment rights “to be secure” in our “papers and effects” (which include electronic records of our telephone calls) and to be free from “unreasonable searches and seizures”. All quotes above are from the Fourth Amendment itself.
Law enforcement and prosecutors are ...
Old bad jokes were not the only things that could be called “groaners”. This article tells about some of the uncommon, yet still all-too-frequent situations we attorneys hear which make us want to rather unprofessionally groan “Oh, no, don’t tell me....”
I chose the title “The Long Arm of the Law” because that is a familiar phrase from our childhood, intended to teach us that criminal law enforcement will chase an evildoer across the city, across the state, across the nation, and sometimes into other countries. The point here, however, is to add the element of TIME to the ...