Monthly Archives: November 2013

Good Cops and Good Prosecutors

So far on this blog, I’ve pointed out some awful behavior by cops and prosecutors.  However, there is more to the story.  Most cops and prosecutors don’t fall into the category of “bad”. I’ve been a lawyer almost 20 years, … Continue reading

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OVERZEALOUSNESS LEADS TO ABUSIVE OVERCHARGING

OVERZEALOUSNESS LEADS TO ABUSIVE OVERCHARGING Cops have extraordinary power to arrest us without warrants and charge us with an array of offenses, which is a huge reason why restraining them is absolutely critical to freedom. A common abusive practice is … Continue reading

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TEXAS LAW ENFORCEMENT SCANDAL REVEALS BANKRUPT CULTURE – What should be done about it?

TEXAS LAW ENFORCEMENT SCANDAL REVEALS BANKRUPT CULTURE – What should be done about it? Prosecutor Ken Anderson willfully used the power of the government to put an innocent man, Michael Morton, in prison for 25 years for the bludgeoning death … Continue reading

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CopVids

One of the most vexing situations I see in my work and in various media outlets is an increasingly aggressive police presence. Simply put, police misconduct must stop immediately.  Even the most ardent police officers should acknowledge how important individual … Continue reading

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Welcome!

Thanks for visiting.  I’m new to blogging, but I know it can be valuable. Previously, the idea of blogging was highly questionable to me because I didn’t see why anyone should consider another’s opinion as important simply because a person … Continue reading

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