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Once again it has been too long since we’ve crossed paths here; to be fair I am a criminal defense attorney, not a blogger. Also, you might have heard that Sartorius Kirsch has been pretty busy recently. Enough pleasantries, we are back to discuss an app through which Siri can secretly record police, but is itRead more about Siri Can Secretly Record Police, Should She?[…]
Today in the “Most Ridiculous Things” category we find nearly the worst possible “war on drugs” apologia. I say “nearly” only because it might get worse, though it is difficult to imagine how. While marijuana legalization gains significant support, prohibition remains popular. There are legitimate arguments against the state embracing weed, however “we shouldRead more about War on Drugs Episode of Most Ridiculous Things[…]
My friends, colleagues, companions near and far, it has been too long since we’ve crossed paths here. I will spare you the boring excuses for our dereliction; suffice it to say, Sartorius Kirsch has been busy in and out of court fighting for clients, including by way of the Fourth Amendment. We recently spentRead more about An Amendment for the Guilty?[…]
We are fortunate to be members of the legal profession. We worked hard in school for the better part of a decade, and even harder in our years of practice in order to hone our skills. We are now in a profession dating back to the ancient pillars of modern civilization, and it is anRead more about Why We Write this Blog[…]
(Don’t worry, we don’t get political here, you need to go to another blog for that sort of thing.) With another Sunday in the books in the year of #taketheknee, and with an extra bit of drama with the Vice President walking out of a stadium after a couple dozen NFL players knelt forRead more about What does the First Amendment Say about Kneeling for the National Anthem?[…]