Implied License for Differential Treatment

The interaction between law enforcement and notions of privacy in the security of our homes has always been a special focus of s. 8 Charter rights. The treatment of the home as a special place in the law was described by Justice Binnie in R. v. Tessling as a nuanced hierarchy protecting privacy of places, used to evaluate the reasonableness of a person’s expectation of privacy. This privacy interest is not absolute, and although the “dwelling house” enjoys the greatest expectation of privacy, th...
Tags: Law, Court, Toronto, Evans, Court of appeal, Grant, Dixon, Supreme Court of Canada, Justice Issues, Substantive Law: Judicial Decisions, Ontario Government, Ontario Court of Appeal in R, Binnie, Lauwers, Tessling, Akinson Housing Co

Whicker: JaMychal Green fits right into the Clippers’ sharp-toothed ethic

LOS ANGELES — Lawler’s Law was imposed at approximately 2:15 p.m. PST Sunday. The Clippers saw an exposed neck and they stepped on it. They needed only 9:20 to grab a 32-12 lead over  the lottery-loving New York Knicks. They led 82-44 at half. With 41 seconds left in the third quarter Lou Williams scored the 100th and 101st points, and Hall of Fame-bound broadcaster Ralph Lawler enforced The Law, which means that any team wins when it gets to 100 first. There once was a time when the NBA Finals ...
Tags: Europe, Utah, New York, Law, France, Sports, Alabama, Sacramento, Sport, Green, Soccer, Williams, Spurs, Nba, Ncaa, Philadelphia

Renewed Push For Constitutional Carry In South Carolina

News from South Carolina: COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) – Brad O’Neil is the part-owner of the Gun Vault in Pontiac. He said he doesn’t see anything wrong with the renewed push for permit-less carry or ‘constitutional carry’ in South Carolina. “The Constitution states the right to keep and bear arms. Which in itself means you can keep and bear arms,” O’Neil said. There are bills filed at the State House that would allow anyone who can legally purchase a gun, to carry it on public places...
Tags: New York, California, Military, Gun Control, South Carolina, Columbia, State House, O'Neil, South Carolina Open Carry, South Carolina Gun Laws, Brad O'Neil

Uroczysko Baran: Forgotten Soviet Massacre of Poles Who Fought Against The Nazis

Via WRSA, this report is interesting and bracing, and I confess it’s a part of history I have never studied enough. Between October of 1944 and January of 1945, when the Second World War has not yet finished, a military court attached to the Second Polish People’s Army is formed, akin to the Soviets. The court, chaired by a Red Army veteran, Colonel Stefan Piekarski, and under the supervision of Soviet Colonel Aleksander Tomaszewski, condemns 144 prisoners; of them, 61 of them are condemned to d...
Tags: Politics, Nazis, Military, Jesus, Red Army, People 's Army, WRSA, Uroczysko Baran, Stefan Piekarski, Aleksander Tomaszewski, Kąkolewnica, Kąkolewnicy

Permitless Carry In Kentucky

News from Kentucky: The Kentucky House of Representatives has passed a permitless conceal carry bill. Senate Bill 150, backed by the National Rifle Association, will now head to Governor Matt Bevin’s desk after a 60-37 vote in the House. It allows Kentuckians 21 and older who can lawfully possess a firearm to be able to conceal it without a permit. Gov. Bevin said Friday afternoon to Gray TV that he would sign the bill. “It doesn’t break new ground. It simply says that people do indeed have the ...
Tags: Kentucky, Senate, America, Military, House, Gun Control, Bill, Matt Bevin, National Rifle Association, Bevin, Kentucky House of Representatives, Kentucky Kentucky, Gray TV, Kentucky Gun Laws, Kentucky Open Carry, Gov Bevin

Gun Control: Communists Will Be Communists

News from Russia: In the Tagansky District of Moscow, the police detained a 67-year-old woman, from whom they seized a pistol with live ammunition. The pensioner bought and stored the firearm illegally, the law enforcement officers established. The Muscovite was released on recognizance not to leave. “According to the examination, the seized firearm is a Browning pistol and 8 cartridges of 6.35 millimeter caliber,” said the MIA’s Main Directorate in Moscow. The investigating bodies initiated a c...
Tags: Russia, Military, Moscow, Gun Control, Mia, CCRF, Main Directorate, Tagansky District

How To Pronounce The Word Carbine

I’ve always pronounced it correctly.  Apparently, folks in the gaming community are a bit taken aback at standard military pronunciation of the word.
Tags: Guns, Military, Firearms

At the Sunday Night Café...

... you can talk about whatever you want. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, Ann Althouse

Reviewing the modern reality of robust conservative support for criminal justice reform

Long-time readers know I have been talking for a very long time about a possible "new right" on a range of sentencing and corrections issues.  This post way back in January 2005 asked "Is there a 'new right' on criminal sentencing issues?" and explained why principled modern conservatives should be troubled by mass incarceration, and this post in November 2010 wondered "When and how will state GOP leaders start cutting expensive criminal justice programming?".  But, happily, it is no longer cu...
Tags: Law, Gop, Donald Trump, Van Jones, CPAC, Douglas A Berman, Criminal Justice Reform Doing

Non Sequiturs: 03.03.19

* Several weeks after its release, Over My Dead Body, Wondery's new podcast exploring the Dan Markel case, continues to top the podcast charts -- and creators Matthew Shaer and Eric Benson have some thoughts on why the case has seized the public imagination. [Inside Edition] * The Keith Tharpe case, far from representing an isolated injustice, reflects and embodies the racist roots of the death penalty in America, according to Stephen Cooper. [CounterPunch] * The fight against racism in the ju...
Tags: Texas, Podcasts, Sixth Circuit, Supreme Court, Law, Scotus, Mexico, Immigration, America, Racism, Death Penalty, Capital punishment, Central America, Thomson Reuters, Defamation, James Woods

'An absolute miracle': young sisters alive after two days in California wilderness

Leia and Caroline Carrico found ‘safe and sound’ by fire captain and firefighter who followed tracks from pink rubber bootsArmed with some outdoor survival training, granola bars and pink rubber boots, two sisters aged five and eight survived 44 hours in rugged northern California wilderness before they were found dehydrated and cold but in good spirits on Sunday, authorities said.A fire chief and firefighter from a local volunteer department found Leia and Caroline Carrico in a wooded area abou...
Tags: Children, California, Society, US news, Humboldt County, Leia, Benbow, Caroline Carrico, William Honsal

California sisters, 5 and 8, missing since Friday found alive after massive search

Leia Carrico and Caroline Carrico were found ‘safe and sound’ by a fire captain and firefighter who had followed the girls’ boot tracksTwo young sisters missing from their home in northern California since Friday afternoon were found alive on Sunday morning following a massive search that included helicopters and tracking dogs.Leia Carrico, eight, and Caroline Carrico, five, were found “safe and sound” by a fire captain and firefighter who had followed the girls’ boot tracks, Humboldt county she...
Tags: Children, California, Society, US news, Humboldt County, Leia Carrico, Caroline Carrico, William Honsal

Changing an Adult's Name: Last Names on Birth Certificate and Ssc Don't Match

My question involves name change laws in the State of: Texas. On my Birth Certificate it has my mom's last name (father isn't on BC) (ex. John Brandon Smith) while on my Social Security Card it has my dad's last name (ex. John Brandon Jones). I'm 20 years old and still lack any identification documents Because of my situation, I've looked into name corrections for each document but I would need some form of proof of who I am which I lack, everything leads to a court order name change but how ca...
Tags: Texas, Law, Name Change, Social Security Card, John Brandon Smith, John Brandon Jones

"What does a rat look like when he’s listening to himself being a rat in a room full of people who know he’s a rat..."?

I have another passage from Tom Wolfe's "Bonfire of the Vanities" (for those of you who've been reading along with me). This is  97% of the way through the book, the main character Sherman McCoy is listening as a tape he made is played in the judge's chambers. The point of view shifts, in the end of the first paragraph, from Sherman to the prosecutor (Kramer):In this sad moldering little room were seven other men, seven other organisms, hundreds of pounds of tissue and bone, breathing, pumping b...
Tags: Law, Yale, Rats, Sherman, Kramer, McCoy, Tom Wolfe, Sherman McCoy, Ann Althouse, the Bonfire project

Patently-O Bits and Bytes by Juvan Bonni

Recent Headlines in the IP World: Janelle Lassalle: Meet The Fearless Lawyer Saving The CBD Industry (Source: The New York Times) Sarah Perez: Apple Confirms its Plans to Close Retail Stores in the Patent Troll-Favored Eastern District of Texas (Source: Tech Crunch) Claudio E. Cabrera and Julia Jacobs: Seven Black Inventors Whose Patents Helped Shape American Life (Source: The New York Times) Sijia Jiang and Rama Venkat: Huawei, Samsung Agree to Settle Patent Dispute in U.S. Court (Source: R...
Tags: Law, New York Times, Uspto, The New York Times, Itc, Patent, Robert, Reuters, Koenig, Sarah Perez, Ian Morris, Sijia Jiang, Bits and Bytes, Juvan Bonni, Julia Jacobs, Janelle Lassalle

Co-Ownership: Heir's Share

My question involves real estate located in the State of: Louisiana My mom has passed away this year. She has a will. My sister and I will be co owners equally (home & lot). I moved in with my mom to take care of her for 5 1/2 years. This has been my residence since 2014 and I do not own any other property. My sister says she can charge me rent (but I will own 1/2 int & I am a resident). She owns a home. Can she do that if she decides to keep her share? I want to buy her out. If she refuses to ...
Tags: Law, Louisiana, Real Estate Ownership And Title

"It’s easy to laugh at a grown man in a rubber dog suit chewing on a squeaky toy. Maybe too easy, in fact, because to laugh is to..."

"... dismiss it, denigrate it – ignore the fact that many of us have found comfort and joy in pretending to be animals at some point in our lives.... For David, a writer who works in academia, puppy play is an escape from the analytical world. 'It’s so totally non-verbal,' he tells me. 'It’s pre-rational, pre-conscious. It’s an instinctive, emotional space. But within every puppy is a person. This is part of my identity, but it’s only part. I’m also a vegetarian, play the piano; I have a parrot....
Tags: Law, Dogs, David, Ann Althouse, Interior Decoration

This week at the court

The Supreme Court will release orders from the March 1 conference on Monday at 9:30 a.m.; John Elwood’s Relist Watch compiles the petitions that were relisted for this conference. There is a possibility of opinions on Monday at 10 a.m. The justices will meet next for their March 15 conference. The calendar for the March sitting, which will begin on March 18, is available on the Supreme Court website. The post This week at the court appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, This Week at the Court, John Elwood

Images from Books

Hi, I am planning to create IT courses and host on courses). I have few questions and confusion if anyone can help: - Can I use images from IT books? I can happily give reference in video or any other way that can allow me to use images. I need images from books because it would save my time otherwise I need to create same images myself. - Are books and book pages that we see in Google Book as public pages, are they in public domain and can be used in my videos? How are these p...
Tags: Law, Intellectual Property

Time for Comic Relief to hang up its red nose? | Letters

Guardian readers respond to David Lammy’s criticisms of ‘white saviour’ narratives in charity publicityIt concerns me that some 30 years after Save the Children first published a set of image guidelines to steer its staff in avoiding negative use of imagery, and to start a dialogue in the aid sector about negative aspects of imagery in use, it’s still a thorny topic (‘White saviours’ belong in the past. We need new storytellers, 1 March). I joined Save the Children as the photographic librarian ...
Tags: Politics, Media, Africa, Race, Society, World news, Bbc, Uganda, Culture, Aid, Global development, David Lammy, Richard Curtis, Save The Children, Comic Relief, Stacey Dooley

Chris Grayling’s terrible cost to the nation | Brief letters

Chris Grayling | Otto Warmbier | Michele Hanson | Words for toilet | A Beatles BrexitThe likely cost of £2.7bn to the taxpayer due to Chris Grayling’s incompetence will ring hollow to the parents of disabled pupils in Leicestershire and across the country, who have been informed that their council can no longer provide transport to special schools and colleges post-16 due to lack of funds. The implications for these families, who already face substantial additional burdens of care due to cuts in...
Tags: Music, Politics, North Korea, The Beatles, Life and style, Society, World news, US news, Disability, Asia Pacific, Homes, Chris Grayling, Kim, Interiors, Donald Trump, Brexit

In the Philippines they think about gender differently. We could too

The labels we give ourselves can be helpful but restrictive too. Let’s embrace diversity by celebrating fluid identities We were excited young filmmakers, sitting in one of our first pitch sessions, a panel of executives lined up against us. They had flicked through our script, looked at our mood boards and praised our song choice for the sizzle reel (Man! I Feel Like A Woman). Then the question dropped: “Which one of you is the alphabet person?”I realised I was the only one holding my hand in t...
Tags: Gender, Society, Australia news, Culture, Philippines, Sexuality, Festivals, LGBT rights, Sydney

How does one child end up with more than 100 foster care placements?

Naomi Schaefer Riley explains at AEI. Tags: foster care
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Foster Care, Naomi Schaefer Riley, AEI

Brexit and bad weather puts UK farmers at risk of suicide, say charities

Crisis networks report rise in number of farmers distressed by uncertainty over futureCharities have said British farmers are increasingly at risk of suicide owing in part to uncertainty over Brexit and the impact of bad weather.Distressed farmers have made dozens of calls to crisis networks and some have been placed on “suicide watch”, according to the National Farmers’ Union (NFU). Continue reading...
Tags: Politics, UK, Environment, Society, UK News, Farming, Rural affairs, Brexit, National Farmers ' Union NFU

A Win For The Winklevi

The Delaware Court of Chancery dismissed counterclaims brought against the real Armie Hammer[s] Plaintiffs, brothers Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, through Winklevoss Capital Fund, LLC, made a substantial investment in an upstart magazine operated by Defendant, Treats! LLC, and founded by... [Author: Legal Profession Prof]
Tags: Law, Current Affairs, Armie Hammer, Tyler, Delaware Court of Chancery, Legal Profession Prof, Cameron Winklevoss, Winklevoss Capital Fund LLC, Defendant Treats LLC

Reasons Required For Attorney Disqualification

The Oklahoma Supreme Court vacated an order of disqualification because the trial court entered no findings in support of the order Like Miami, a hearing was held in the present case. The Order denying disqualification of counsel made no findings... [Author: Legal Profession Prof]
Tags: Law, Miami, Oklahoma Supreme Court, Legal Profession Prof

From Abused To Abuser

The Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board has imposed an interim suspension of an attorney for crimes committed in Ohio. reported A Washington-based lawyer who is a former trial attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice was sentenced to three... [Author: Legal Profession Prof]
Tags: Law, Washington, U S Department of Justice, Ohio Cleveland, Legal Profession Prof, Bar Discipline & Process, Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board

No Standing To Challenge Lawyer Fee Spat For Unaggrieved Client

The Connecticut Appellate Court has held that a client (here, an estate) does not have standing to appeal the resolution of a fee dispute between its former attorneys so long as the total fee is not affected. On August 29,... [Author: Legal Profession Prof]
Tags: Law, Clients, Legal Profession Prof, Connecticut Appellate Court

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