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Title IX Investigations: Criminal Cases But Without the Due Process
Title IX Investigations: Criminal Cases But Without the Due Process

Title IX is a federal civil rights law that was originally designed to prevent and combat gender discrimination in education. This undeniably worthy goal has, unfortunately, created institutional processes inside of universities across the country where students – rather ...

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Blog posts in February, 2018

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    What individuals may not know is that if they have one or more prior DUI convictions they may be subject to certain mandatory minimum penalties, as ...

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    There is a debate recently brewing whether governments have rights. See www.reason.com The Volokh Conspiracy Government Rights January 22, 2018. This ...

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  • Is a DUI a traffic violation?

    Because a DUI typically involves a vehicle, a lot of people think it is a traffic violation, but it's actually a crime. The allegation is that you are ...

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  • What is a DWI?

    Operating while intoxicated offenses generally refer to three different categories of offenses. Offenses that involve operating a motor vehicle while ...

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    At some point in all of our favorite modern crime shows, one of the officers will sit down at a computer, pull up a list, and say something snappy ...

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  • Will My License be Suspended for a DUI?

    When an individual is facing a DUI, often license suspensions come in two forms. One is an administrative suspension. These are suspensions that occur ...

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