Tag Archives: Law

Making A Murderer: Books On Wrongful Convictions!

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If you haven’t yet seen the documentary MAKING A MURDERER, you’ve probably at least heard about it, or heard other people talking about it. The Netflix ten-part documentary about Steven Avery & Brendan Dassey has a lot of people talking… and talking means thinking! Dive deeper into the story here, you’ll find that the world of wrongful convictions is much… Read more »

Innocence Project attorney and author discusses wrongful convictions.

Innocence Project attorney and author discusses wrongful convictions. Worth eight minutes of your time. Listen starting at 2:39 until 10:00.   Michael Harvey is an actual attorney who works on wrongful conviction cases who happens to also be an author of legal thriller novels.  This is a very interesting interview, especially between those times listed above.   Enjoy.  Keep yourself… Read more »

Tasers

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Make of it what you will. Court OKs Repeated Tasering of Pregnant Woman from Wired online magazine. “Refusing to sign a speeding ticket was at the time a nonarrestable misdemeanor; now, in Washington, it is not even that. Brooks had no weapons and had not harmed or threatened to harm a soul,” (.pdf) Berzon wrote. “Although she had told the officers… Read more »

Three Reasons Healthcare is a Time Bomb

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The Healthcare bill that Obama recently signed in opposition to the Will of the People has many deceptions and trickeries.  Three are rather sickening. The bill is signed into law now but: The government will not force Americans to purchase medical insurance until four years from now. Privately owned insurance companies will not be forced to accept clients with pre-existing… Read more »