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Chuck Person and Rashan Michel are Not Guilty

September 29, 2017
If you were surprised to learn that college basketball is infected by money, you really haven’t been paying attention. But the story told in the criminal complaint filed this week against Auburn University basketball coach Chuck Person and Rashan Michel is fascinating and disturbing at the same time. The story reads like a tragic fall […]

Equifax Data Breach Lawsuit – Can I Sue Equifax?

September 8, 2017
If you believe that your personal information was released to hackers and potential criminals as a result of the Equifax data breach, you may have a legal claim against the company. This is especially true if you have been a victim of identity theft in the last few months since the breach occurred. Our firm […]

Some computer searches may be unconstitutional

September 7, 2017
In today’s electronic world, law enforcement officials investigating crimes often seek warrants to search and seize electronic devices that they believe contain incriminating evidence. However, people also store highly personal information on their electronic devices, from memories to entire conversations. Most of this electronically stored information is often irrelevant to the cri…

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