Archive: Criminal

Christmas Lessons on the Castle Doctrine from Ralphie and Ol’ Blue

We have all seen the movie “A Christmas Story,” written and directed by Bob Clark and Jean Shepherd and released in 1983 just in time for Thanksgiving. I remember the Red Ryder BB gun especially that Ralphie, played by Peter Billingsley—and... Continue Reading >>

Can the police search your house or car without a search warrant?

The 4th Amendment to the United States Constitution is a very powerful thing, a liberty and a right that each of us possess. The 4th Amendment reads: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and... Continue Reading >>

A Flat Tire on the Way to Grandmas? Protect Yourself This Holiday Season.

Over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house you go! It’s winter and the first snow has turned into a blizzard. You were looking forward to these most honored traditions, the bright lights and sounds and smells of... Continue Reading >>

Let Us Remember What It Means to Wear Blue

Never has it been more important to be a police officer. Or more dangerous. Recently officers have been brutally shot and killed in Dallas, Baton Rouge and San Diego. These executions are covered by the news media for a while.... Continue Reading >>

To Talk or Not To Talk: That is the Question.

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On so many occasions I have future clients appear at my doorstep to consult with me about a criminal matter in which the police have been involved and have asked them questions regarding the case. We all know the police... Continue Reading >>