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GOP Congressman Suggests Looser Standard Of Proof For Investigating Muslims
Rep. Lee Zeldin says there needs to be "some type of process" to protect Americans, even if there isn't sufficient evidence.
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When Probable Cause Looks More Like 'Meh, Maybe?' Cause
A new ruling means tea leaves in the trash can be grounds for a drug raid.
The Crime-Fraud Exception to Attorney-Client Privilege
Senior Scholar, Dean Institute for Corporate Governance and In...
The Chickens Come Home to Roost in Baltimore
Professor Emerita, Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Like so many African American men before him in this country, Gray was guilty of nothing other than "walking while black." In his case, Baltimore's sordid history of racial and class oppression, combined with the war on drugs, made for a deadly combination.
Friday Talking Points -- Rest In Peace, Fourth Amendment
Political writer and blogger at ChrisWeigant.com
We gather here today to mourn the passing of the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution. Although weakened and battered in the past, it seems that it has finally succumbed and will be heard of no more.
Mississippi Town Sued Over 'School-To-Prison' Pipeline
Random Drug Testing of Students Sends the Wrong Message
Former English teacher
The good intentions of those who have formulated such policies across the U.S., including the school district where I teach, cannot be questioned. They know that drugs are a significant problem with today's youth. Random testing is not the answer.
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