Criminal vs. Civil Cases

Sep. 1st, 2011   /   , , , , , , ,

There’s little in terms of “black and white” thinking that evokes more controversy than the issue of “right and wrong.”  It is an over-simplified explanation of how society is governed to say that the government punishes those who do “wrong.”  Many times, wrongdoings do not fall under the jurisdiction of the government to implement punishment. …

From “TOT MOM” to “TORT MOM”

Aug. 30th, 2011   /   , , , , , ,

Nancy Grace famously penned Casey Anthony “Tot Mom” throughout the murder trial of the century this summer.  Now it seems it may be more appropriate to call Anthony “Tort Mom,” for she has clearly—and admittedly—done wrong. Multiple entities have come forth demanding money from Casey Anthony.  No, the damages are not for the death of…

The Law changed for YOU!!!

Aug. 29th, 2011   /   , , , , , ,

Hundreds of years ago, the United States found itself serving as a prime catalyst for the industrial revolution which spanned to encompass both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.  During this time of mammoth innovation, new frontiers were explored, production was expedited and the American workforce kicked into a higher gear than ever before.  Advancements were…

Improving Your Google Searching

Jun. 28th, 2011   /   , , , , , , , , , ,

The evolution of the internet has provided us with the ability to obtain the answer to any and all relevant, or even irrelevant questions that we may have. If you want to know something, you can find out using a verb that didn’t exist a decade ago. You say, “‘I’ll Google it.” Arguments based on…

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