Judge Barrett Sworn In To SCOTUS – Victory For Second Amendment
A Victory for Textualists as Amy Coney Barrett is sworn in as the newest Supreme Court Associate Justice. The 48-year-old transitions from the 7th Circuit Court of Appeal to the highest echelon of the judicial branch. With her experience in academia and the Court, Barrett will be one of the most experienced Supreme Court Justices in recent history. This is quite an accomplishment, considering her age.
Aiding Barrett through this process was an incredible testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Seeing blood after the damaging Brett Kavanaugh hearings of 2018, Senate Democrats thought they could hem in the judge. However, as her famous note holding up her notes–...
Fears that Safety Regulations Unheeded
It comes as cold comfort to the families of 34 victims of this week’s crash off of the California coast that authorities opened an investigation into the tragedy.
Reuters reported that authorities recovered 33 of the 34 victims’ bodies so far. Unfortunately, the remains are severely charred by the blaze. The fire upon the Conception is among the worst in modern American history, and is now a source of federal investigation. The National Transportation Safety Board launched its own investigation into the matter. The 75 foot vessel lay upside down 65 feet below the surface near the California cost. NTSB member Jennifer Homendy said at a press conference that the circumstances of...
Part of an Overarching Problem at the Rideshare Company
According to a recent lawsuit and a number of recent arrests, Lyft fosters an atmosphere of sexual harassment and worse. The rideshare company has a similar reputation surrounding sexual crimes as its counterpart Uber, whose drivers are arrested for sexual assault on a regular basis.
This news comes to us via the New York Post Its former users described the situation as a “sexual predator crisis.” Fourteen women from multiple states filed the lawsuit. Each one claims that their drivers sexually assaulted them. Each case happened since the beginning of 2018. According to the suit, Lyft does not do proper background checks on prospective drivers. This allows predators...
Apple stepped on it big time when it purposefully slowed down older iPhones. Obviously, to even the daftest of consumers, this appeared to be a ploy to increase sales of new phones. Apple claims they were doing us a favor since the batteries get worn out and hold less power.
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But most consumer attorneys and those with common sense disagree entirely. It appears on its face that this was an effort to increase sales of new phones by subterfuge. This story that Apple was really trying to help consumers by slowing down their phones is sounding more and more absurd.
In any event, today, Apple, after being sued, has agreed to replace the batteries on their older phones for a fee.
Gun owners in California finally have a point in their corner. However, there’s a long way to go. California’s war on gun rights is enormous. Also, it won’t stop. Still, at least there is a little reprieve.
The Sacramento Bee reported on the ruling. US District Judge Roger Benitez issued a preliminary injunction regarding the b
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an on high capacity magazines. The San Diego-based judge’s ruling states that the law is likely unconstitutional as it violates a portion of the Second Amendment.
The law currently bans magazines holding more than ten rounds of ammo. The law is temporarily blocked after a motion by the CA Rifle and Pistol Association. Furthermore,...
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Headlines blare about the self driving future of the automobile. However, the most info leaks out the more apparent it is that this future may take longer than anticipated. In fact, many consumers simply do not want to get into a car that they cannot control.
Bloomberg reported on a common situation. People just don’t want to get behind the wheel of one of these new vehicles.
The fears follow a number of high profile accidents involving self driving car models. The severe restrictions of the tech means that it is often well behind its publicized feats. In fact, in many cases these types of cars are simply not prepared for regular road use. Many consumers hope for the...
Lying attorneyThe stunning case out of Orange County shows the depths of crooked schemes. Unfortunately, it’s just one of many used across the country. The District Attorney’s Office’s case is strong and hopefully, acts as a precedent against future action. However, such Worker’s Comp schemes are not uncommon. Below we’ll take a look at the implications.
The District Attorney’s Office worked with the California Department of Insurance and the state’s Bureau of Investigation. The total case took about three years. The cases filed last week include conspiracy referring clients for comp, insurance fraud. Furthermore, these are all in “reckless disregard for commission of fraud.”
Gary Dordick takes personal injury lawyer of the year 2017.
With Hollywood Weekly Magazine in attendance and attorneys from all across the Unites States, Gary Dordick receives his just award. From April 20-22, Circle of Legal Trust held their Las Vegas Convention.
Personal Injury Warriors International presented the award for achievement in the personal injury law field. Of special interest, Dordick has tried hundreds of civil personal injury cases. He recently won a $125 million dollar jury verdict. It was a great honor to have Mr. Dordick take time off of his trial schedule to come and receive the award in person.
Matthew Dolman Wins Florida Personal Injury Attorney of the Year.
Attorney Matthew Dolman also received the same award for...
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Can they escape the payback? California attorney examines the issues and potential fraud vitiating consent to join at all. The Pentagon is making thousands of soldiers repay enlistment bonuses. They’re bonuses of $15,000 or more. This money given to soldiers for enlistment when short of troops in Afghanistan and Iraq.
However, now after ten years the Pentagon wants the money back. Even though, many served multiple tours in the Middle East. This involves about 14,000 soldiers ordered to repay the enlistment bonus. So in other words, soldiers were told they would get a signing bonus for enlisting to fight in the wars.
They accepted, signed and went to serve. It would appear that the...