Bad Law From A Bad Justice

December 15, 2017

Bad Law From A Bad Justice Life may have just gotten a little more difficult for inner city residents as a result of the recent Supreme Court decision in Utah v. Strieff. Strieff calls into question the right of citizens to walk unmolested by the police on the streets of…

No Impeachment Of Jury Verdict Rule Reversed BY Supreme Court

March 15, 2017

Prosecutors in Colorado brought criminal charges against Angel Peña­Rodriguez in 2007 alleging that he had sexually assaulted two teenage sister in the bathroom of a Colorado horse racing facility. The girls told their father, and identified the man as an employee of the racetrack. The police located and arrested petitioner…

Fair Housing Act Standards Assist Ex-Offenders to Obtain Decent Housing

April 24, 2016

  On April 4, 2016 General Counsel of the Dept. of Housing and Urban Development – HUD – offered guidance on how Fair Housing Act  Standards can be used to review how a housing providers can use a prior criminal persons record when making housing decisions. The Fair Housing Act…