Tag Archives: Stop

NM: Assuming stop was unconstitutional, def’s giving a false name purged the taint

Surveying the law nationwide, the court concludes that defendant’s giving a false name purged the taint of his unreasonable stop under both the Fourth Amendment and the state constitution. The court declines the invitation to distinguish between violent and non-violent … Continue reading

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How To Stop Splintering Your Attention (Deep Work + Eisenhower Matrix)

“I have two kinds of problems, the urgent and the important. The urgent are not important, and the important are never urgent.”   Now this, I think, represents a dilemma of modern man. – President Eisenhower 1The American Presidency Project, … Continue reading

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Passenger Rights During A Traffic Stop in Illinois | Do Passengers in a Traffic Stop Need to Show ID?

In this article, we explain passenger rights in a traffic stop in Illinois. The United States Supreme Court has ruled that passengers in a vehicle which has been stopped by police have been “seized” for purposes of asserting their fourth … Continue reading

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"Marijuana: is it time to stop using a word with racist roots?"

The title of this post is the headline of this notable new Guardian commentary authored by Alex Halperin. Here are excerpts: It’s been known as dope, grass, herb, gage, tea, reefer, chronic. B ut the most familiar name for the … Continue reading

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Stop Normalizing The Orange and Blue #Shitholes

This piece is about baseball, not politics, but if I may digress for a moment — The Orange #Shithole who resides at the White House has degraded the Office of the Presidency so thoroughly with such an overwhelming barrage of corruption, … Continue reading

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