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Supreme Court to Hear New Case on DUI’s

Using a federal law known as the implied consent law, police are getting around the search warrant requirement by coercing suspects into consenting to a blood test when they are charged with violating DUI laws on federal property: something police may find to be faster and easier than obtaining a warrant.

April 19th, 2016|

Police Use Spying Technology Behind Court’s Back

With the pervasiveness of cell phones, police are using GPS coordinates of cell phones to track the location of crime suspects. However, in their zeal to make arrests, the police have been secretly and illegally using high tech equipment to capture criminals. Learn More

April 7th, 2016|

What is Citizen’s Arrest and is it Real?

"Citizen's arrest" is a concept that often appears in movies and TV series, but leaves many wondering if it is an actual legal principle. A citizen's arrest is a real concept and it is legal in all states except North Carolina.

February 12th, 2016|

Citizens’ Right to File Criminal Charges

By Maya Kushner, Esq. and Marc Emden, Esq. What steps can you take to enforce your rights if a crime is committed against you? When one falls victim to a crime, most people report the incident to the police, which is always an advisable first step. Usually, the police create an incident report, conduct an [...]

February 8th, 2016|