Legal Guides for Civil Rights
Written by attorney Richard Ackerman, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Determine What it is That You are Looking For As a citizen, many things about government may concern you (i.e., taxes, safety, policies, zoning, etc.). You need to focus on exactly what... more
Written by attorney Eric J. Friday, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Determine if You Qualify The following items will disqualify you
- The physical inability to handle a firearm safely, or failing to show you can handle one properly.
- A felony conviction... more
Written by attorney Isileli Mataele, over 3 years ago. STAFF PICK
Wondering if you can sue for civil rights? This guide helps in making that determination.
Written by attorney Richard Ackerman, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Document, Document, Document ... If you think you are the victim of civil rights violations, you need to document what is happening to you. This includes keeping a detailed diary of... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Lewis, over 1 year ago.
What rights does a photographer have to take a photo and what limits may law enforcement or the courts impose on those rights? The courts in California have not clearly defined these rights.... more
Written by attorney Samuel Davis, over 1 year ago.
The Right to Trial by Jury DeniedSent Thursday, February 7, 2013
The Right to Trial by Jury Denied
Over the past two decades, special interest groups have waged a campaign... more
Written by attorney Craig E. Rourke, over 1 year ago.
A United States Supreme Court case in which the Court held that a law forbidding the door to door distribution of religious flyers violated the First Amendment.
Written by attorney Craig E. Rourke, about 1 year ago.
This case is the cornerstone of due process jurisprudence pursuant to the 14th Amendment.
Written by attorney Donald Scarinci, almost 2 years ago.
The right to remain silent, first solidified in Miranda v. Arizona, is one of the bedrock principles of our criminal justice system. However, the extent of its protections may be changing.... more
Written by attorney Martha Mclaughlin, 2 days ago.
Although students do not shed their constitutional rights at the gate and maintain a legitimate expectation of privacy in their person and belongings that they bring to school, it is well... more