Michigan Police Can’t Search Passengers Without Consent

When Are Your Privacy Rights Not Forfeit? We’ve all been riding shotgun with some shady characters behind the wheel. And if that shady character gets pulled over, does that mean police can search you and all your belongings? Not in Michigan any more. Court rules cops can’t search passengers in stops without consent https://t.co/3Y8BsN9M21 — …

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United Airlines Sued After Desk Agent Calls Passenger ‘Monkey’

She Called Her A What??? It’s easy to make “not-so-friendly skies” jokes these days, with airfare hikes, baggage fees, and over-priced food and drink on board. But some airline behavior is no laughing matter. #UnitedAirlines Sued After Desk Agent Calls Passenger 'Monkey'https://t.co/0it7ko46Ph — FindLaw Consumers (@FindLawConsumer) April 30, 2019 It certainly wasn’t for Cacilie Hughes …

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Distracted Driving Collisions are Getting Worse as Drivers Interact More with Smartphones

A Recent Report Says that Drivers are Using Smartphones in Increasingly Risky Ways, Leading to More Distracted Driving Accidents Distracted driving is one of the most common causes of car accidents across the country. Whether a driver is using a handheld smartphone unlawfully to talk or text while driving, or is simply trying to multitask …

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Drug Executives Charged With Felony Distribution Crimes for the First Time

Drug Company Executives Finally Being Held Accountable For years, law enforcement personnel and even our president have proposed applying the death penalty to drug dealers if their buyers overdose. Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions even directed federal prosecutors to seek the death penalty “in appropriate cases.” Normally, however, that rhetoric is aimed at street-level dealers …

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Jury Awards $3.7M in Surgical Malpractice

A recent jury verdict in a surgical malpractice case is making headlines for its size. The $3.7 million award was handed down to a plaintiff who suffered from a surgical complication after a procedure to install an abscess drain. Jury Awards $3.7M in Surgical #Malpractice https://t.co/6EA26UhPDo — FindLaw Consumers (@FindLawConsumer) April 25, 2019 Apparently, during …

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Cleanup under way after 4 die in construction crane collapse in Seattle

4 die after construction crane crushes cars in Seattle Four people died and three were injured when a construction crane on the new Google Seattle campus collapsed Saturday, pinning six cars underneath. One female and three males were dead by the time firefighters got to the scene, Fire Chief Harold Scoggins said. He said two …

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Will I Go to Jail If My Employer Asks Me to Break the Law?

Yes, You COULD Go To Jail Will I Go to Jail If My Employer Asks Me to Break the Law? Find Out: https://t.co/7dFOIs911d | #employers #employees pic.twitter.com/njlKAG5fAD — FindLaw Consumers (@FindLawConsumer) April 30, 2019 Simply put, if you break the law for your employer, you can be punished, criminally. Whether or not that includes going …

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Justices will review challenge to census citizenship question

We worked with @PublicCounsel & @manatt to file an amicus brief on behalf of our clients, the City of San Jose & @BAJItweet, in Department of Commerce v. NY, to fight the administration's effort to add a citizenship question to the #2020Census More Info: https://t.co/8c8mh2WT0I pic.twitter.com/mQ1CtvtfLo — Lawyers' Committee ☎️866-OUR-VOTE (@LawyersComm) April 2, 2019 Together …

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