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  • Taxpayer Standing Can Provide a Bulwark Against Government Overreach in California

    In California any taxpayer can bring a lawsuit to stop the implementation of a law that she believes is unconstitutional provided that she is a resident taxpayer of the area affected and public funds will be spent to implement the challenged law.

  • Shelby County v. Holder and the Constitutionality of Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act

    Appeals Lawyers Analyze Shelby County v. Holder and the Constitutionality of Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act.

  • 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to Decide a Major Occupational Licensing Case

    Appeals lawyers assess Underwood v. Mackay - whether occupational licensing applicants must submit to all licensing procedures and be denied a license before they can challenge the constitutionality of those procedures in court.

  • The Unfortunate Rise of Civil Asset Forfeiture

    The rise of civil asset forfeiture as a means of increasing government revenues.

  • California Cities May Soon Snub the Constitution by Seizing Underwater Mortgages

    Eminent domain lawyers analyze California cities seizing underwater mortgages through eminent domain.

  • What Does the Law Say About Using Someone's Webcam or Computer Microphone to Spy on Them?
      by HG.org

    In our modern, connected age, it seems everyone has a tablet or laptop computer that they use on a daily basis. These computers usually have built in webcams and microphones which, while very useful for legitimate purposes like video calls, can also be a vehicle for embarrassment, identity theft, and spying on your most intimate moments. So, what does the law have to say about using someone's webcam or computer microphone to spy on them?

  • Are 3D Printed Plastic Guns Legal?
      by HG.org

    The arrival of 3D printing technology has led to some amazing new possibilities for things like replicating broken parts, creating amazing works of 3D art, and manufacturing entire items from patters found online. But, as is usually the case with any new technology, someone finds a way to use it for something sinister. Several creators invented 3D printed plastic guns and made plans available online. But, are these 3D printed plastic guns legal?

  • How Does the U.S. No Fly List Work?
      by HG.org

    Following the terrorist attacks on 9/11, the U.S. federal government enacted a number of measures meant to combat the threat of terrorism on American soil. Among these measures was the implementation of the No Fly List, created and maintained by the Terrorist Screening Center (TSC). Often the subject of jokes in TV shows and movies, many wonder what it really is and how it works. So, how does the U.S. No Fly List actually work?

  • American Gun Culture

    In order to find ways to prevent terrible acts of violence from guns, and to reconcile those acts with our deeply-ingrained gun culture, we must first make steps to understand that culture.

  • Who or What Can Legally be Considered a Person
      by HG.org

    Since the dawn of civilization, there has been an ongoing philosophical and political debate about who or what can legally be considered a person. Traditionally, this took on the debate of whether certain human minority groups should be afforded the same rights and obligations as those in power. But, the debate has shifted in recent years to one involving non-humans. So, what makes a “person,” legally speaking.