Sometimes we get so busy in our business, we forget to pay attention to protecting what we are creating. I’m reminded of the story about one of our clients… He and his family amassed 140 single-family homes and two apartment complexes. Everything was going great as they were buying lots of properties at great prices … More They Lost 140 Properties
December 02, 2015 (Compiled by attorneys for The Rutherford Institute) Over the years, The Rutherford Institute has been contacted by parents and teachers alike concerned about schools changing their Christmas concerts to “winter holiday programs” and renaming Christmas “winter festival” or canceling holiday celebrations altogether to avoid offending those who do not celebrate the various holidays. Hoping to … More The Twelve Rules of Christmas
December 03, 2015 How many cops does it take to check on a man when his employer is concerned that he hasn’t shown up for work? At least a dozen, by Benjamin Marshall Burruss’ estimate. According to his November 19 lawsuit filed in federal court, Albemarle County Police held Burruss for two hours in his … More SWAT PTSD: Albemarle Police Sued for False Imprisonment
Dec 7, 2015 by Jonathan Turley We often discuss the transformative role of video technology on the prosecution of police abuse, particularly the ubiquitous presence of cellphones with video capability. However, this is not a one way street. The technology also clears some officers rather than implicates them in crimes. One such case is the … More New Jersey Woman Charged After Dashcam Contradicts Her Charge That Officer Pulled Gun On Her At Traffic Stop
December 6, 2015 By Cara L. Gallagher, #SCOTUS That was in June of 2013. Since then UT hasn’t changed its admissions processes and the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled again last summer that the school’s use of race passed constitutional muster.This year, Groundhog Day will be celebrated on Wednesday, December 9th. That’s the day … More What happens after race-based admissions policies lose in the Supreme Court?
Dec 5, 2015 By Darren Smith It was nearly two years ago that I featured strong showing of just how uncaring and incompetent DSHS/CPS in Washington can aspire to with a terrible case of child abuse mentioned HERE. In my previous article I wrote how in March of 2013 the children’s parents Sandra … More WA Department Of Social And Health Services Served With $27,000,000.00 Tort Claim For Fiendish Child Neglect Case
December 2, 2015 by Jonathan Turley This evening, the United States House of Representatives filed its motion for summary judgment in its lawsuit against the unilateral actions taken by the Administration under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Three months ago, Judge Rosemary Collyer rejected a motion to dismiss the case by the … More The House Of Representatives Files Motion For Summary Judgment In ACA Challenge