Monthly Archives: October 2014

Matthew Izzi

Why First Amendment Hype Is Usually Bogus

Reading any given newswire can quickly highlight a fundamental misunderstanding about the First Amendment. Confusion has been rampant for issues surrounding the Westboro Baptist Church, the Hobby Lobby debacle, and recent issues in Houston. The problem is, for these and … Continue reading

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Matthew Konecky

Florida Challenges Red Light Camera Tickets as Unconstitutional

Red light camera tickets are a hot button issue across the country. I can tell you specifically in South Florida the Courts have been back and forth on the issue…until now. The 4th District Court of Appeal for the State … Continue reading

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Roxanne Minott

Representation of Unaccompanied Immigrant Minors

There is an acute need for legal representation of unaccompanied immigrant minors, who have no family members or guardians to offer them protection. They have no knowledge of the law and the legal process, and the English language. In addition, … Continue reading

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Matthew Konecky

When Law Enforcement Creates Crime

While attempting to get crime off the street, the police often engage in tactics that unnecessarily invite people to engage in criminal activities. In several recent cases of entrapment, it’s obvious that law enforcement is creating crime to stop crime. … Continue reading

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