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Fiction Writer Beware: Anything You Say May Be Used Against You

Posted on by Townsend Myers

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A work of fiction written by a person charged with a crime can be used against the author in court. So says a new decision from the Michigan Supreme Court, which […]

New Bill Regulating Bath Salts and Synthetic Marijuana One Step Closer to Passage

Posted on by Townsend Myers

House Bill 12  (click for full text) is one step close to passage. The Committee on the Administration of Criminal Justice sent the measure, introduced by Rep. Ricky Templet, R-Gretna, to the House floor for debate.

Besides banning the […]

Top Three Ways to Avoid Getting Arrested at Jazz Fest

Posted on by Townsend Myers

There is no better way to ruin the best time of year in New Orleans than to spend a beautiful late-April or early-May afternoon and evening in jail instead of at the Fairgrounds. So here […]

Legislating an End to Synthetic Marijuana

Posted on by Townsend Myers

The recent rise of many forms of synthetic marijuana has reignited a debate over marijuana policy in the UnitedStates, offering compelling reasons for federal and state governments to at least consider legalizing, or substantially de-criminalizing marijuana […]

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