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  • Federal Marijuana Laws to be Enforced
    Federal Marijuana Laws to be Enforced

    During Trump’s campaign for presidency, he consistently stated that he would not interfere with State’s interests regarding marijuana law enforcement. This led me to believe that he wasn’t going to ...

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  • Injured Penis Leads to Domestic Battery Charge
    Injured Penis Leads to Domestic Battery Charge

    As a criminal defense attorney in Johnson County Kansas I have seen and represented clients for countless domestic violence cases. Sometimes the facts from the DV charges can be rather ridiculous ...

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  • Can The NFL Legally Punish Players For Kneeling Down During The National Anthem?
    Can The NFL Legally Punish Players For Kneeling Down During The National Anthem?

    Does the First Amendment’s right to free speech prevent the NFL from firing or punishing its players for kneeling down during the national anthem? No. Alas, the First Amendment to the US Constitution ...

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  • Federal Judge Protects Sanctuary City Policies
    Federal Judge Protects Sanctuary City Policies

    FEDERAL JUDGE PUTS TEXAS “ANTI-SANCTUARY CITY LAW” ON HOLD By order dated August 30, 2017, a federal judge sitting in the Western District of Texas, the Hon. Orlando Garcia, entered an injunction ...

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  • Billy Masters Sentenced and Phil Mickelson Avoids Prosecution
    Billy Masters Sentenced and Phil Mickelson Avoids Prosecution

    Yesterday, July 27, 2017, Billy Waters was sentenced to five (5) years in prison and a ten (10) million dollar fine. The sentencing is for his April convictions for wire fraud, conspiracy, and ...

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  • Criminalize DUI Test Refusal - US Supreme Court vs Kansas Supreme Court
    Criminalize DUI Test Refusal - US Supreme Court vs Kansas Supreme Court

    A few years ago, the Kansas legislature made it a criminal act to refuse to take a chemical test during a DUI investigation. As a criminal defense attorney, I immediately thought it was an ...

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