Monthly Archives: May 2011

Cutting Back on First Amendment Rights

Religion and Privacy on the Ballot in San Francisco The 1st Amendment protects many of our most treasured rights, including Free Exercise of Religion. But what happens when an alleged health concern urges voters to override 1st Amendment rights? San … Continue reading

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Government Talking Like Normal People

OMG, The Government Will Talk Like Normal People Well, maybe not with OMG or other text-speak. President Obama signed into law a bill that will go into effect October 2011, forcing the government to write clearly when issuing communications to … Continue reading

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Ghost Investigation at The Dummit Law Firm

One fringe benefit from working at The Dummit Law Firm is getting the chance to do some paranormal investigations after hours in the old building that houses our offices.  It is our understanding that the building was built back in the … Continue reading

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Milking the Schools for Better Nutrition

There is a growing trend in theU.S.right now to encourage children to eat more healthfully and become more active. In light of the obesity epidemic, this is a good trend. Like all good things, though, there will come a time … Continue reading

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Latent Justice for Sled Dogs? How a Workers Compensation Claim Enhanced Animal Cruelty Laws

A renowned team of forensic experts have come together to exhume a mass grave in British Columbia where the bodies of 100 sled dogs were buried last year after the company that owned them ordered their murders due to slumping … Continue reading

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Game Over?

This week’s message is for everyone who didn’t think the 4th Amendment protections matter with 3rd party data storage: It matters. Recent news of the large-scale hack into Sony’s Playstation Network throws this issue into the spotlight. Members of Congress … Continue reading

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