SCOTUS: If The Police Stop You Illegally, It Could Still Be Legal

SCOTUS: If Police Stop You Illegally, It Could Still Be Legal On Monday morning, the Supreme Court handed down their 5-3 decision in Utah v. Strieff, a case dealing with the Fourth Amendment exclusionary rule. Justice Breyer joined the conservative judges Read More →

How to Fight Against Forfeiting Your Money, Car, or Property in Maryland

Imagine driving your car to the bank to cash your paycheck or withdraw $3,000 to buy a nice 70 inch television that you have had your eye on for months, and you’ve been saving up your money to buy it Read More →

How to Survive Your Next Encounter With the Police

Being stopped by police is rarely a pleasant experience, and is much more often than not a scary and stressful situation. The majority of this country’s law enforcement agencies have good police officers that bravely perform their duties, place themselves in Read More →

5 Things To Do After a Car Accident in Maryland

5 Things You Can Do After a Car Accident in Maryland Being involved in a car accident is traumatic and stressful. It’s important to keep your cool and remember to take the following steps: 1.Call 911 if needed If anyone Read More →

$75,000 Settlement Reached With Orlando Police Department Stemming From April 2013 Wrongful Arrest

A settlement recently resolved the April 2013 wrongful arrest of Reginald Bletcher. Orlando Police Department officers were patrolling the area of Mercy Drive, in Orlando, Florida for a reported stolen vehicle. Officers spotted the unarmed Mr. Bletcher driving, followed him Read More →

Shayan Modarres Successfully Argues Appeal Before Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals Re: Unconstitutional Barbershop Raids

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with Shayan Modarres’ argument, and the lower District Court’s decision, that Orange County Sheriffs Office Deputies should be held liable for unconstitutional raids conducted on Black and Hispanic owned barbershops in the Pine Read More →