The 2017 House Bill 949 concerning first-time DUI offenders and ignition interlock devices recently passed its House committee on Tuesday, March 21, 2017. House Bill 949 is now in the judiciary committee, and many attorneys are wondering whether it will pass.
The Bill was introduced by the Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee through Florida House Representative Cord Byrd (R. Neptune…Read more
The video above features Irvin Rosenfeld, a man who the Los Angeles Times described in March 2015 as “one of only two people in the nation still actively involved in a federal program that supplies…Read more
On May 23, 2016 the United States Supreme Court ruled that Georgia prosecutors in Georgia violated the Constitution by using race as a determining factor during jury selection.
In a 7-1 decision, Justice Clarence Thomas dissenting, the Court determined prosecutors made a concerted effort to exclude qualified African Americans from serving on the jury in the 1987 capital murder case,Read more