Blog Posts in October, 2013

  • Talk is Cheap; Will the City Back It Up?

    What to do about re-entry of persons released from prison is a major problem. And regardless of how you feel about what people may have done in the past, the simple truth is that the vast majority of people who have committed crimes and go to jail will someday return to society. It is an issue we need to address, otherwise the cycle continues, we all know that. Mayor Nutter today announced that he ...
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  • Police Behaving Badly

    It feels like over the past two weeks we’ve been inundated with stories of police abuse and misconduct. Several news reports have put out wide ranging allegations of misconduct from across the country. In Florida, a woman was thrown into a bench in a holding cell and had bones broken. The police initially claimed she was resisting arrest but later withdrew the charges. In New York, two detectives ...
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  • Yes, the Police Should Have a Warrant to Search a Phone, But Will the Supreme Court Agree?

    Two different Circuit Courts, two different opinions on cell phone searches. Oftentimes when a "Circuit Split" arises, meaning two or more Circuit Courts come to opposing decisions on a legal issue, the Supreme Court steps in and tries to come up with one rule for the country as a whole. The search of a cell phone presents such an issue. It's the time of year when the Supreme Court decides ...
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