Why Russia’s Decriminalizing Domestic Violence Is A Sensible Move

Earlier this year (2017), Russia’s parliament overwhelmingly voted 385/387 to decriminalize domestic violence first offenses.  Much has been written by the media and advocates of domestic violence prosecution decrying Russia’s move.  Feminists claim that Russia’s new law is tantamount to encouraging wife beaters.      Far from it, this law was backed by the majority of women and family rights groups in Russia.  The law merely puts domestic violence on par…

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Why Ray Rice Deserves A Second Chance

What happened to Ray Rice?  Everyone remembers the notorious beating of his fiance (now wife) in an Atlantic City casino elevator in 2014.  He was then a three time pro-bowler and star running back for the Baltimore Ravens. Domestic violence charges ended his career.    Rice was charged with assault and the video was blasted all over the news and Internet.  He became the political poster child for feminist groups…

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A Steady Erosion of Men’s Rights At the Supreme Court

Men have lost the culture war.  The Civil Rights Act was passed with the noble intention of eliminating discrimination and disparity between men an women, and between races and religions.  However, the unintended side effect has been the steady erosion of Men’s Rights. The Supreme Court has played a central role in continuing to expand women’s rights while doing little for Men. Below is a history of some of the…

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Gurbaksh Chahal to Appeal Domestic Violation Case

August 12, 2016 – Mr. Gurbaksh Chahal is appealing a decision by the San Francisco Superior Court that the CEO tech-millionaire has violated his terms of probation.  He remains out of custody and is not in jail. This finding comes on the heels of a 2013 domestic violence case where Chahal pleaded guilty or no-contest to two DV misdemeanor charges.   The alleged victim refused to testify and tapes depicting…

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5 Reasons Men Are Going Solo

Are more Men going solo?  There has been a lot of talk about single mothers and women putting off marriage until their thirties or forties as part of the new “women’s liberation movement”.  But, no one is really talking about Men going solo.  Here are some important reasons why it makes sense to go solo as a Man: Increased freedom –  Going solo allows you to date who you want…

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Men Are Guilty Until Proven Innocent

How man times have you heard the mantra, “innocent until proven guilty”.  This is a constitutional right.  The prosecution has to prove you guilty beyond a reasonable doubt and until then you are presumed innocent. In reality, this is not the practice against Men. If you are a Man charged of a crime, perception is that you are “guilty until proven innocent”. National and state statistics show that women are charged…

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How to Handle A Domestic Violence Arrest

If your wife or girlfriend has gone to the police or called the cops to accuse you of domestic violence, buckle your seat belt and get ready for a rough ride.  Your first reaction and plan of attack to deal with this situation are very important. Here are the steps you should take to deal with a domestic violence arrest.  If you are not arrested and the cops simply give…

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Petition Congress To Stop False Allegations of Domestic Violence

Here is a good site to petition both the federal and your state government to Stop False Allegations of Domestic Violence.  Prosecution of criminal charges should be reserved for serious crimes, not people who are trying to use the justice system to seek revenge in relationships or to gain an advantage in divorce or custody proceedings. If you follow the link, you can fill out a basic form that will self-generate…

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Can I Get My Charges Dropped If the DA’s Office Is Discriminating Against Me?

It is not surprising that men more than women are being prosecuted more frequently and aggressively by your local district attorney. This is particular true for domestic violence, sexual assault, drug and DUI crimes.   If you are a black Man or other minority class Man, then chances are that the rate of discrimination and prosecutorial bias against you is even higher. Men are disproportionately prosecuted over women for the…

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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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