Lessons From the Aftermath of the O.J. Simpson Trial

After watching The People vs. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story, which debuted on FX and become a nationwide hit, I was reminded about some important lessons from the O.J. Simpson trial. For a lawyer, this case presents a fascinating study on criminal defense, civil rights, law enforcement procedure, and the important role that media and public perception can play in determining the guilt or innocence of citizens accused of crimes. Whether you…

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What Men Should Learn From the Brock Turner Case

The Brock Turner case has stirred endless controversy in the news.  Partly because it a involved a promising young Stanford student and partly because of the endless publicity and public outrage over college sexual assault cases.  Men, can and should learn an important lesson from this case. The lines of what constitutes rape and sexual assault is a deadly gray area.  In today’s hostile climate against Men, even the slightest…

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The Multi-Billion Dollar Domestic Violence Industry (Part 1)

Have you ever been or know someone who has been a victim of a domestic violence allegation?  I am not talking about being a victim of “domestic violence” a completely overblown and politically abused term.  What is worse is being accused of domestic violence and allowing a woman to bring law enforcement into your private life. If you are a Man and have gone through this ordeal or know of…

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