News DCF Working To Send Teen In Medical Dispute Back To Connecticut
When the Pelletiers objected, Childrens brought in DCF and the state took custody of Justina, essentially ruling her parents were committing medical child abuse by pursuing medical rather than psychological treatment.
News Ninth Circuit Rules School Can Ban Tee-Shirts With American Flag During Cinco De Mayo
Judge M. Margaret McKeown ruled that the first amendment had to give way to the deference afforded to school officials. She began the opinion by emphasizing the reasonable concerns of the school:
News Supreme Court makes it easier for police to search homes without a warrant
The court held on a 6-3 vote that police can search a home without a warrant, even if the suspect has objected, as long as he is no longer on the scene and a co-tenant gives consent. It made no difference that the suspect had earlier objected
News What Miranda Left On The Table
An article by Florida lawprof John Stinneford, entitled The Illusory Eighth Amendment. As much fun as the 8th may be, the part that made this had little to do with it, but rather with the Supreme Courts punting in Miranda v. Arizona.
Headlines: Obama Making Good On Promise to Eliminate Free Speech -- PRIVACY VS. SECURITY: A FALSE DICHOTOMY -- What Miranda Left On The Table -- Supreme Court makes it easier for police to search homes without a warrant -- As CT. compiles list of gun-owners doors to kick in - activist publishes legislators' addresses -- Ninth Circuit Rules School Can Ban Tee-Shirts With American Flag During Cinco De Mayo -- DCF Working To Send Teen In Medical Dispute Back To Connecticut --