$1 Million Payout to Family of Man Who Died After Seizures in Montana Jail – Another needless, preventable death – kra

Posted by on Jul 6, 2020 in Featured, Prison Abuse | 0 comments

When will it end?! I have scores of articles on prison abuse. This is more of YOUR tax money needlessly wasted, because simple, proper administration of our prisons would end all of this. Excerpts from the Article: The family of Roger Lee Wells will receive $1 million in compensation for his death on March 10, 2018, after he suffered several consecutive seizures without ever receiving proper treatment at the Cascade County Detention Center...

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Kent deputy sheriff aims to restart Delaware Law Enforcement for Christ

Posted by on Jul 5, 2020 in Featured, Other Issues | 0 comments

My good friend, Kim Warfield, is spot on in recognizing that NOW is the time to give this another shot. Excerpts from the Article: Seeking to better unite the community and area law enforcement, Kent County Deputy Sheriff Kim Warfield aims to revive the Delaware Law Enforcement for Christ organization. While the group, founded three years ago, eventually included eight to 10 active members, Ms. Warfield said attendance eventually dwindled to...

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court: Expired Vehicle Registration Isn’t ‘Breach of the Peace’ Justifying Traffic Stop

Posted by on Jul 3, 2020 in Featured, Other Issues | 0 comments

NOTE: This case applies only in PA and is limited in scope. But it just might “save your ass” if you are stopped because your registration sticker has expired.Excerpts from the Article: The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania described the contours of “breach of the peace” and held that operation of a motor vehicle with an expired registration sticker is a traffic violation that does not qualify as a breach of the peace justifying a...

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Sixth Circuit: Courts May Consider Good Prison Conduct in Sentence Reduction Under First Step Act

Posted by on Jul 3, 2020 in Featured, Other Issues | 0 comments

Well, DUH! Of course this is a factor which should be considered. This case is a perfect example of how screwed up the system is, with the lengthy Opinion on statutory interpretation, made necessary because of the lower court’s failure to use common sense! It is absurd that the District Court denied the defendant’s request. Excerpts from the Article: The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held on April 14, 2020, that a...

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Fourth of July perspectives on our star-spangled banner – By Dave Skocik – with Letter to the Editor – kra

Posted by on Jul 3, 2020 in Featured, Other Issues | 0 comments

My friend, Dave Skocik, a PR guy, probably spends as much of his time honoring our military as he does on his job. He’s a big asset to society, and he had this piece published in The Delaware State News of 7/3/20. I don’t entirely agree with him on this one. He is quite right when he says “The symbol of our nation should not be part of any political statement.”  No doubt about that, just as politics should have no part...

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