Civil & Human Rights Articles

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TSA Civil Rights Violations
ACLU article, authored by Falen M. LaPonzina, regarding potential civil rights violations posed by TSA security measures.
Legal Look At The Law
Legal Look At The Law
How to Handle an DUI/OUI Stop in Massachusetts
How to handle an DUI/OUI Investigation in Massachusetts
Shapiro & Mack Gives Back!
Shapiro & Mack is more than just a group of lawyers. We are individuals seeking the betterment of our community.
Fear and Loathing in the American Home: Police-Created Exigency Doctrine No Longer a Check on Police Power under Fourth Amendment
The Courtís decision in Kentucky v. King, 131 S. Ct. 1849, was many years in the making, necessitated by a need to resolve an increasing discrepancy between various state high courts and the U.S. Courts of Appeals.
O! Say Can You Smell? Drug Smell Test Taskforces: Police-Created Exigency Doctrine No Longer a Check on Warrantless Search by Police
This comment analyzes how the High Court might address a challenge to police actions in light of its decision in Kentucky v. King.
Sexual Orientation and Part of the Diversity Discussion
New Orleans Case Deals with Employee Benefits
License Plate Readers
Discusses the police using license plate readers at red lights and other times to use as reasonable suspicion and probable cause to pull vehicles over.
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