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Qualified Immunity Shouldn't Qualify To Continue
Qualified Immunity Shouldn't Qualify To Continue

We have a 7th Amendment U.S. Constitutional right to a jury trial. Such a right should, in theory, provides protection from a government gone wild and without accountability. Alas, in theory, when the government wrongs someone, causing damage and pain, the government could ...

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  • Qualified Immunity Shouldn't Qualify To Continue

    We have a 7th Amendment U.S. Constitutional right to a jury trial. Such a right should, in theory, provides protection from a government gone wild and without accountability. Alas, in theory, when the ...

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  • Report on Eye Witness Unreliability

    A jury trial is underway. Tensions are high. Everyone in the courtroom is paying close attention to the prosecuting attorney and their star witness. The prosecutor asks the victim on the stand, “Can ...

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  • Part of Criminal Threat Statute Declared Unconstitutional by Kansas Supreme Court.  Major Impact on Cases.

    Part of Criminal Threat Statute Declared Unconstitutional by Kansas Supreme Court. Major Impact on Cases. As of 2019, the statute for criminal threat read: K.S.A. 21-5415. Criminal threat ; aggravated ...

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  • Potential False Positive Alcohol Readings on SCRAM Devices

    There are several different devices that test for alcohol concentration. As a Kansas criminal defense attorney I regularly deal with these instruments. For example, there are times when I have to ...

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  • Kapernick's Collusion Claim Against The NFL Survives Motion For Summary Judgement

    Everyone knows about the controversy Kapernick started as a result of kneeling during the national anthem. He is claiming that this controversy led teams to collude against hiring him. To be clear, an ...

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  • Division of Premarital Assets in Divorce

    Premarital Assets may be divided in a Divorce action In divorce actions, it is common for judges and attorneys to use the terms to “pre-marital” property and “non-marital” property to refer to ...

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