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  • I Think My Rights Were Violated.  Now What?
    I Think My Rights Were Violated. Now What?

    Unfortunately, constitutional violations can and do occur. Typically, those violations can happen when a law enforcement officer unlawfully arrests someone, uses excessive force during an arrest, or ...

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  • Nursing Licenses and Substance Abuse
    Nursing Licenses and Substance Abuse

    Registered Nurses (RNs) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) often find themselves on the front lines of the drug and opioid epidemic. Nurses, many of whom work in emergency departments or critical ...

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  • Civil Judgment Entered Against Evansville Police Department in Excessive Force Case
    Civil Judgment Entered Against Evansville Police Department in Excessive Force Case

    In March of 2015, Doug Scholp was fifty-five years old and had several medical issues, which required him to use a cane to help him with walking. On March 26, Scholp was driving to his home when two ...

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  • Yes, That Actually Happened
    Yes, That Actually Happened

    On the early morning hours of a new year’s day, “John”, who is African American, was driving to his home from a friend’s house. Around that same time, an off duty reserve police officer was returning ...

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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 ...

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  • Does the Government have rights?
    Does the Government have rights?

    There is a debate recently brewing whether governments have rights. See www.reason.com The Volokh Conspiracy Government Rights January 22, 2018. This debate and discussion is not new, but a lasting ...

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