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Constitutionally selecting a jury – Part II

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 The Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution provides that in all criminal prosecutions the defendant has certain rights. Among these is the right to a trial by an “impartial jury” of the state and district where the crime was committed.

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Another update on roadside drug testing

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Anonymously reporting a suspected drunk driver

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The defense of insanity in criminal cases — Part II

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The defense of insanity in criminal cases – Part I

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 Under the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, a police officer who is conducting a search and seizure cannot enter a home without a search warrant.

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The right to a speedy trial and the pandemic

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Crime victim’s rights — a recent addition

Cell phones, search warrants, and the Fourth Amendment

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Operating under the influence of marijuana – Part II

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Operating under the influence of marijuana – Part I

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When the Electoral College doesn’t decide the winner of the presidential election

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Precedent, stare decisis and other legal terms and concepts

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The importance of voting, some election laws and

Expungements of criminal convictions — Part II

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Expungements of criminal convictions — Part I

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The legal challenges to Gov. Whitmer’s executive orders — Part II

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The legal challenges to Governor Whitmer’s executive orders – Part I

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Constitutional Rights you may not know you have

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The Fourth of July — Independence Day