I’m a law professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. I teach and... more
I’m a law professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. I teach and write about constitutional rights and remedies, criminal procedure, discrimination, judicial behavior, law and culture, and markets. Before I joined the University of Denver faculty, I was an Assistant Professor at the William & Mary School of Law, an Adjunct Professor at the Washington College of Law America... view profile
Telios Law PLLC focuses on general litigation and appellate work for businesses and... more
Telios Law PLLC focuses on general litigation and appellate work for businesses and individuals, on representing churches and ministries in a variety of religious law issues, on religious liberties law, and on special education/civil rights law. "Telios" is a Greek word that means "complete," "whole," or "mature." Theresa Sidebotham, the founder, says that excellent legal work is important, but... view profile
I was 42 when I got my law degree and I still look forward to coming to work every... more
I was 42 when I got my law degree and I still look forward to coming to work every day and helping our clients. Unlike so many of my colleagues, I have over 25 years of real world experience outside of the practice of law. This breadth of knowledge and experience benefits my clients every day. My four kids are grown, but our three canine buddies keep the house from getting too quiet. That's... view profile
Constitutional law deals with the basic ground rules for our country's operation. A constitutional law attorney can help enforce and interpret these laws, if you believe someone has violated your rights. Constitutional law also deals with the rights we enjoy as citizens, such as freedom of speech and religion, the right to privacy, the right to assembly, the right to bear arms, the right to vote, the right to due process, and the right to be free from unreasonable searches, seizures, and cruel and unusual punishment.