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  • Bio-metrics and iPhone Not Protected by 5th Amendment
    Bio-metrics and iPhone Not Protected by 5th Amendment

    When I purchased my iphone 6 a few weeks ago, I was initially excited about the fingerprint recognition. Rather than having to enter my passcode, I could simply apply my finger print to the button a ...

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  • Can You Say What You Want With Free Speech?
    Can You Say What You Want With Free Speech?

    As both a parent of teenagers and as a criminal defense attorney, I sometimes make analogies in my discussions with my children. For example, if my daughter were to slap my son on the arm, I would ...

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  • Minimizing Divorce Stress On Children
    Minimizing Divorce Stress On Children

    Raising children is difficult in and of itself. When divorce occurs, it makes parenting that much more difficult. In fact, significant research has gone into the effects of divorces on children. Some ...

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  • SCOTUS Requires Warrant For Cell Phone Search
    SCOTUS Requires Warrant For Cell Phone Search

    When a criminal suspect is arrested, officers often search and seize evidence and then justify it by stating it was incident to arrest. This actually oftentimes pasts muster in court. In other words, ...

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  • False Confessions in Sex Cases
    False Confessions in Sex Cases

    Before I studied law or really thought through the following issue, I had a misinformed opinion regarding criminal confessions. If somebody confessed to the crime, then they surely did it! However, ...

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  • Kansas Appeals and Appeal Bonds
    Kansas Appeals and Appeal Bonds

    As a criminal defense lawyer, appealing convictions form a municipal court is something which I have done on numerous occasions. Usually, I am appealing cases to the Johnson County District Court from ...

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