Is Street Harassment A Crime?

May 11, 2016 By: Stanley Rule

Street harassment is a long-standing issue dismissed by perpetrators as natural, playful, even complimentary. Unfortunately, today’s harassment has become increasingly intimidating and violent.

G.I. Jane: Women & Warfare

Jan 28, 2016 By: Stanley Rule

On New Year’s Day 2016, the Department of Defense lifted gender-based restrictions in the U.S. military, making women eligible for jobs in combat/infantry/armor units.

On The Bench, In The Hot Seat: Mississippi Jurist Disavows “Innocent Until Proven Guilty”

Dec 1, 2015 By: Stanley Rule

Mississippi Circuit Court Judge Marcus D. Gordon currently faces a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (“ACLU”) for wrongful detention and denial of counsel.

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it: Illinois bans gay “reparative” therapy

Sep 1, 2015 By: Stanley Rule

On August 20, 2015, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner signed into effect legislation prohibiting therapists from attempting to change the sexual orientation or gender identity of a person under the age of 18.

From Womb to Tomb: Fetal Homicide & The Protection of Unborn Children

May 6, 2015 By: Stanley Rule

A pregnant woman in Colorado was lured to the home of a stranger after viewing a Craigslist ad for baby clothing.  The

A “Lively” Opponent to Homosexual Relationships

Feb 19, 2015 By: Stanley Rule

Pastor Scott Lively, a world-renowned homophobe, faces crimes against humanity charges in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts

When “Keeping It Real” Goes Wrong: Rapper Facing Life Imprisonment for Promoting Gang Violence in Lyrics, on Album Cover

Jan 23, 2015 By: Stanley Rule

San Diego rapper Brandon Duncan (a.k.a. Tiny Doo) is facing life imprisonment for promoting gang violence in lyrics and on his album cover

No Knock. No Justice. No Peace.

Oct 31, 2014 By: Stanley Rule

A no-knock search warrant authorizes members of law enforcement to enter premises without knocking and announcing their presence beforehand.

Antitrust Law Aids College Athletes

Sep 8, 2014 By: Stanley Rule

Last month, U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken ruled in favor of plaintiffs suing the NCAA for unreasonable restraint of trade regarding

Clemency & The Smarter Sentencing Act of 2014

May 12, 2014 By: Stanley Rule

Last month, the Obama Administration requested the Justice Department amend rules for soliciting additional commutation and pardon requests.

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