The public funding program was established in 1976 as a response to the Watergate scandal. Through this program qualified Presidential candidates can receive federal government funds to pay for the valid expenses of their political campaigns in both the primary and general elections, subject to certain conditions. As historic levels of money pour into presidential…

By Nesrein El-Haddad  Commonly depicted in legal dramas and crime-solving shows and movies, the attorney-client privilege gained attention last week, based on a decision by the Georgia Supreme Court. In the case Neuman v. State, the Georgia Supreme Court reaffirmed the importance of the attorney-client privilege when it overturned the murder conviction of Hemy Neuman,…

Scenario: You are suspected to have some involvement in a criminal investigation. A police detective calls or confronts you to obtain information about the incident; they just want to talk. What is on the line when you talk to the police? A police detective wants you to tell him everything you know. The problem for…

Getting stopped by the police, whether it is for a speeding ticket, suspicion of DUI, or even more serious matters, is a stressful event. Although such situations can be unnerving, it is important to remember that you have rights that you may exercise. When you are taken into custody (i.e.: arrested) by law enforcement, law enforcement…

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