Michael Flynn’s Attorney Accuses Feds Of Hiding Exculpatory Information About His Case

Michael Flynn’s new attorney filed a 19-page brief detailing prosecutorial misconduct and seeking sanctions against government attorneys for withholding evidence. Sept 3, 2019   On Friday, while most of America prepared for the long Labor Day weekend, things exploded in the Michael Flynn case. What began with an intriguing status report, which exposed the chasm … More Michael Flynn’s Attorney Accuses Feds Of Hiding Exculpatory Information About His Case

Here’s Your Guide To Former FBI Agent Peter Strzok’s Lawsuit Demanding His Job Back

Disgraced Trump investigator Peter Strzok probably won’t get tossed out of court right away. But once litigation proceeds, Strzok’s claims will be on shaky grounds. Aug 9, 2019   On Tuesday, former FBI agent Peter Strzok filed a lawsuit to get his job back. The 27-page complaint touted Strzok’s public service record and painted his … More Here’s Your Guide To Former FBI Agent Peter Strzok’s Lawsuit Demanding His Job Back

New Aussie Law Attacks Encryption, Threatens Privacy and Liberty

Dec 10, 2018  by  C. Mitchell Shaw   Australia has passed a controversial ant-encryption law that will allow law-enforcement and intelligence agencies to spy on the encrypted communications of individuals. The new law requires technology companies to create and deploy backdoor vulnerabilities on “one or more technologies that are connected with a particular person” — as … More New Aussie Law Attacks Encryption, Threatens Privacy and Liberty

New California Law Will Automatically Register Illegal Aliens to Vote

 Jan 22, 2018 by  Warren Mass On April 1, a new law will go into effect in California that will automatically register people to vote through the Department of Motor Vehicles, including aliens who are in the country illegally.  Back on October 10, 2015, California Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1461, the New Motor Voter … More New California Law Will Automatically Register Illegal Aliens to Vote

Pro-life Doctor Challenging Illinois Law That Forces Docs to Counsel Patients on Abortion “Benefits”

June 28, 2017 by  Raven Clabough A pro-life doctor in Illinois is embroiled in a legal battle to challenge a 2016 law that requires all doctors, pharmacists, and pregnancy centers to assist women in obtaining abortions, regardless of whether the medical professionals are opposed to the procedure. SB 1564 narrowly passed the Illinois House on … More Pro-life Doctor Challenging Illinois Law That Forces Docs to Counsel Patients on Abortion “Benefits”

Illegal Alien Sues San Francisco for Violating Sanctuary City Law

Jan 19, 2017 by  Warren Mass Pedro Figueroa Zarceno, an illegal alien from El Salvador, filed a lawsuit on January 17 against the city and county of San Francisco (which are consolidated), the acting police chief, the sheriff, and several police officers for violating San Francisco’s sanctuary city law by arresting and detaining him. The … More Illegal Alien Sues San Francisco for Violating Sanctuary City Law

North Carolina Bathroom Law Remains Intact, For Now

  Dec 22, 2016 by  Raven Clabough On Wednesday, the North Carolina legislature rejected a bid to repeal the state’s controversial transgender bathroom law during a one-day special legislative session. The New York Times reports that the bill failed by a vote of 32-16 after Democrats refused to approve a provision that would ban cities … More North Carolina Bathroom Law Remains Intact, For Now

Password Sharing Is a Federal Crime, Appeals Court Rules

  July 6, 2016 by JASON KOEBLER One of the nation’s most powerful appeals courts ruled Wednesday that sharing passwords can be a violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, a catch-all “hacking” law that has been widely used to prosecute behavior that bears no resemblance to hacking. In this particular instance, the conviction of … More Password Sharing Is a Federal Crime, Appeals Court Rules