Hey! EpiPen. What Kind of Crazy Criminal Crap Are You Up To?

EpiPen made by Meridian for Mylan is recalled for failure to operate.

Opinion by C J Oakes Do you have an allergy to shellfish, insects, or certain foods like peanuts? Do you hate monopolies? Might you expect involvement in litigation related to defective medical devices such as EpiPen? Then pay attention. This Read More …

Reality Winner: Leaker, Loser, or Legitimate Hero?

Reality Winner is an American Hero

Opinion by C J Oakes In case you haven’t heard, Reality Winner is the name of the latest in a string of classified document leakers. Leigh is her middle name. One can imagine her parents had high expectations for their Read More …

A Defense of St. Louis Police Tactics and Protesters

Field of black with Thin Bule horizontal line separating in the middle. Caption reads, The Thin Blue Line is a fitting symbol of the division created by professional police between the public and criminals. The fields of black above and below symbolize the public (above) and criminals (below). When police plant evidence, they break the very law they have sworn to uphold, becoming in the process, the same criminals they are there to protect the public from. This can have consequences far beyond their own crime, especially on their brothers in blue.

Opinion by C J Oakes Those who follow this blog know that we do not take it easy on police. We believe that police have a higher obligation to be better than the public they serve. We further believe that Read More …

HOW CRIMINAL JUSTICE HELP DETER CRIMES AND SAVE THE SOCIETY FROM ITS DELETERIOUS EFFECTS

black Image of scales on white background with the words, "calibrate the scales" overlaid. As with any set of scales, the scales of justice must, from time to time, be recalibrated. Total balance is never achieved, but all in the criminal justice and legal systems must strive for it as much as possible.

Guest Post by Rachel Stinson Criminal justice is the process by which justice can be dispensed by the government and social institutions to keep crime and criminal mind under control. Criminal justice is highly critical to maintain justice and ensure Read More …

5 Things You Need to Know About DUI

Guest Post by Rosemary Jones DUI is an abbreviation that stands for “driving under the influence”, referring to the operation of a motor vehicle after drinking alcohol or using recreational drugs. This means that the driver is incapable of operating Read More …

8 Common Medical Negligence Claims

8 Common medical negligence claims

By Guest As indicated by information given by Royal College of Surgeons, there are more than 4.7 million surgery procedures performed inside the NHS consistently. While the Commonwealth Fund appraised the NHS the best social insurance framework as far as Read More …

The Simplest Guide in Estate Planning on Separation and Divorce

By Guest Separation is not just an emotional ordeal. It is a mentally draining exercise especially when it comes to legal aspects. After child custody and concerns which affect the children of divorcees, the most important matter to attend to Read More …