Your 4th Amendment Rights: Police Searches & Seizures

Your 4th Amendment Rights: Police Searches & Seizures

Right Against Unreasonable Search and Seizure- The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects the personal privacy of American citizens, guaranteeing the right to freedom from unreasonable government intrusion into our lives. It applies to law enforcement...
What Police Look for to Prove Intoxication

What Police Look for to Prove Intoxication

It’s that time of year where people are enjoying time with friends and co-workers at holiday parties, as well as with loved ones at family events. You have a couple drinks and on your way home when something happens to momentarily distract you from driving. All of a...
Houston Area Doctor Receives Joint Nobel Prize Award In Medicine

Houston Area Doctor Receives Joint Nobel Prize Award In Medicine

Recently, Jim Allison, Ph.D. was jointly awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Medicine for his work discovering a new way to help fight cancer.  The technique involves treating the body’s immune system and allowing T cells to attack the cancer cells instead of...
Why do police need search warrants?

Why do police need search warrants?

The Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution protects citizens arbitrary arrests and is the basis for search warrants, safety inspections and wire tapping. It reads “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against...