What’s going on right now with price gouging in the state of Hawaii is a crime. No really. It’s a crime. Price gouging is unconscionable
Homelessness is a national problem and a horrific issue. The competing interests of being my brother’s keeper and taking care of my family create hard choices.
This is a continuation of an article on the Huffington Post. Click here to read what triggered the solutions discussed in this article. Representatives and
UPDATE NEWS: Another attorney pointed this out to me, seems very apt for today’s news. Here’s today’s news: Original post: Can you get cited for
Jury deliberation in the Deedy case is entering its fourth full day, so what does that mean? The answer: absolutely nothing. The only thing it
Zimmerman and where we go from here (or hopefully – don’t) We’re unhappy with the verdict. We wanted a verdict that closed our nation’s cultural
I don’t think I was shocked by the verdict. Usually, by the end of opening statements experienced attorneys can predict, with reasonable certainty, the outcome
A quick update: late yesterday the Star advertiser published the two videos that the defense and the prosecution I wanted to put in the evidence
So there is a new imaginary problem that people are complaining about on the Internet. A summary of the complaint for context, but I really
Today the trial of Christopher Deedy started with their opening statements. To listen to one side, he was a law enforcement officer protecting an innocent.
Honolulu 911 calls go like this: Your heart is racing. You either witness, or suffer, an illegal activity. You’re nervous, everything is coming at you.
“We can and should do better. But “doing better” doesn’t mean simply focusing on social services and systemic reforms and ignoring the need for