Blogs From December 2014

  • Pedestrians and Cyclists Get a Raw Deal from Law Enforcement and Courts

    Posted By Roman & Gaynor || 19-Dec-2014

    This blog has lamented the area's safety record for pedestrians and bicyclists many times. There is another problem which gets less attention, but may be related: unfair treatment of walkers and riders by police officers and judges. I was reminded of this while sitting at a traffic court hearing last week. As I was waiting and watching other hearings, I saw a case where a driver had received a ...
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  • Pedestrians and Cyclists Get a Raw Deal from Law Enforcement and Courts

    Posted By Roman & Gaynor || 19-Dec-2014

    This blog has lamented the area's safety record for pedestrians and bicyclists many times. There is another problem which gets less attention, but may be related: unfair treatment of walkers and riders by police officers and judges. I was reminded of this while sitting at a traffic court hearing last week. As I was waiting and watching other hearings, I saw a case where a driver had received a ...
    Continue Reading
  • Pedestrians and Cyclists Get a Raw Deal from Law Enforcement and Courts

    Posted By Roman & Gaynor || 19-Dec-2014

    This blog has lamented the area's safety record for pedestrians and bicyclists many times. There is another problem which gets less attention, but may be related: unfair treatment of walkers and riders by police officers and judges. I was reminded of this while sitting at a traffic court hearing last week. As I was waiting and watching other hearings, I saw a case where a driver had received a ...
    Continue Reading
  • Social Media Creates Challenges for Choosing and Keeping Jury Members

    Posted By Roman & Gaynor || 12-Dec-2014

    The law sometimes can't keep up with changes in technology. Trying to apply the law to the relatively new technology of social media has proven to be a challenge for judges and lawyers in many ways. We've commented here before about how parties will try to use an opponent's comments or postings on social media against them. However, social media doesn't just have legal implications ...
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