Category Archives: Crime & Punishment

When fraud hits home

I know this is not actually a “family law” issue, but some businesses pray exclusively on our desire to keep our families safe. Because of that, I wanted to re-post this article I wrote about violations of the Kentucky Consumer Protection Act here…. Continue reading

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Systemic apathy and the attorney’s charge

Apathy is the predominate risk with judicial venues where the majority of defendants are guilty of what is alleged against them, such as criminal court or dependency, neglect and abuse court. This systemic apathy leads to the few truly innocent … Continue reading

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An example of resistance to change:

I encourage everyone to read this full article on an interview with Professor Robert G. Lawson in the Courier Journal. Bob Lawson is that rare individual who is willing to go against the popular tide and critical examine a position … Continue reading

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