Archive for January, 2010
Zero tolerance for church bells? Ring free zones?
Instead of getting tough on dealers, Arizona prosecutors are going after pealers.
It doesn’t ring true, but it is. Here’s the video report from Alliance Defense Fund:
ADF is representing the bellringing Bishop in an appeal hearing of his criminal conviction and, in a separate civil case, is challenging the […]
Your church is full of vibrant ministries reaching out to meet the pressing needs of congregation and community, as you seek to offer real life expressions of Christ’s love. But are you overlooking one of the most relevant and vital areas of need?
As a Christian lawyer, I can’t avoid hearing about the legal problems confronting […]
“You can have religious freedom, you probably shouldn’t work in the emergency room” - U.S. Senate Candidate Coakley Legal ShockerFriday, January 15th, 2010
The following YouTube clip is shocking audio of Massachusetts Attorney General and U.S. Senate candidate, Martha Coakley, arrogantly informing Catholics (and, by extension, other Christian believers who might wish to exercise their religious rights of conscience), “You can have religious freedom, you probably shouldn’t work in the emergency room.”
Attorney General Coakley, with all due respect […]
As much mischief as lawyers instigate, there really are times in life when you do need to hire a lawyer. Whether it’s properly documenting your estate plan or a major transaction, or understanding your legal options in any number of complex situations, good advice from a good lawyer will sometimes be indispensable.
So how do you […]
The Institute for Legal Reform (ILR) of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is out with its annual list of most ridiculous lawsuits.
Here’s the top five examples of over-the-top legal insanity, in reverse order of ridiculousness:
5. Neighbor sues woman for smoking in her own home
4. Double-murderer sues to claim his victims’ classic Chevy pickup
3. Holocaust denier […]