Monday October 23, 2017

Maybe He’s Not the Prize

A black mark against the legal profession as a whole has once again been placed, this time by a Wisconsin district attorney who’s used his power to gain sexual favors. Calumet County District Attorney Kenneth Kratz texted an abuse victim, who turned to his office for help, that “I am the prize”. Apparently Stephanie Van […]

The Legalities of Crossing the Line to Ensure Teens Walk the Line

Lawyers in San Jose, California are scrambling in an effort to find a solution that will appease everyone in a recent “fake” arrest. Attorneys for the local police department, the police officer, the “victim” and the city are meeting to determine if a police officer’s “staging” of an arrest went too far. “The legal repercussions […]

Statistics on the Federal Level

Looks as though the difficult times have affected even the judicial system on the federal level. A recent Slate editorial reveals just how deep the cuts are. A. Harrison Barnes, attorney and LegalAuthority.com founder, says this could prove problematic in ways many haven’t even considered. For instance, of the 850 lower court federal judgeships, there […]