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  • Introduction to Elder Abuse and Negligence in Florida

    In Florida, elder abuse and neglect is quite common, so it’s important to recognize the common signs.

  • Illegal Search and Seizures in Illinois Police Misconduct Cases

    The Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution grants every citizen the right to protection from unlawful searches and seizures at the hands of the police, even if you are under investigation or facing criminal charges. Because you have the right to security in your own person and your own home, police misconduct charges can be filed if these rights are violated, or if an illegal search is performed.

  • Is Denying Medical Treatment to Minors Legal in New Jersey?

    Legally, minors are incompetent and lack the necessary experience on matters such as their education and medical care. It is, therefore, the responsibility of parents to take care of their children by ensuring they are healthy.

  • Manufacturers of Self-Driving May Be Protected from Lawsuits

    Self-driving cars will undoubtedly become a widely-acceptable new technology in the near future. But, as with any new technology, mistakes can happen. In this case, dangerous car accidents that could ruin lives are a possibility, even though computerized cars are meant to make driving safer. And the manufacturers of these autonomous cars are pushing for protection from lawsuit through federal preemption. Here's why this could be a serious problem for drivers of autonomous cars.

  • The History of Police Brutality, and What it Means for You

    Police brutality in the United States has always been a huge problem, though it is more visible now that widespread ownership of handheld electronic devices gives ordinary people the unprecedented power to record instances of police using extreme force against the unarmed and the powerless.

  • The Problem of Disabled Prisoners

    On July 26 the Americans with Disabilities Act turns 26 years old. This civil rights act not only barred discrimination against those with disabilities but advanced services, accommodations and access across all public agencies.

  • Mandatory Childhood Vaccinations in Illinois
      by HG.org

    In order to be enrolled, many states require students to provide proof of immunization to attend school, including Illinois. Until recently, parents were permitted to excuse their children due to medical or religious explanations. For religious exemption of this requirement, a letter from a parent to the school administration was all that was needed stating the children’s vaccination violates religious beliefs held by the family. Medical exemption could be proven with a letter from the doctor.

  • Right to Die Law Raises Questions of Disability Discrimination in California

    California's so-called right to die law went into effect  June 9th, and its potential ramifications have been hotly debated between proponents of physician assisted death and disability advocates. Notably, the Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund, a group that seeks to ensure legal help for disabled people, has released an in-depth statement expressing vehement opposition to the new law .

  • New Jersey Hospital Accused of Race Discrimination

    A former medical assistant at Bergen Regional Medical Center recently filed a lawsuit against the hospital.

  • Transgender Students May Sue

    A transgender student in South Carolina was recently told by school administrators to use the girls’ bathroom, even though he identified as male.


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