DOMESTIC VIOLENCE and THE BLAME GAME

Recently, the media was in an uproar over the case of Ray Rice, the NFL Football player who knocked his wife, Janay, out with a punch to the head in an elevator. He’s been suspended. http://deadspin.com/heres-video-of-ray-rice-knocking-out-his-fiancee-in-an-1631864196 The front page of CNN.com has Janay making a statement that “To take something away from the man I […]

Prosecutors and Sex Crimes: What Year Are We In?

The #MeToo movement is beginning to change the way people understand crimes against women. Still, rape cases seem difficult to prosecute. But are they, or is it a systemic failure? The other day I was reading the Huffington Post and came across an article titled “Prosecutors Rarely Bring Charges in College Rape Cases.” It detailed […]

The Tale of a Bad Case

This week I had a friend ask me to write about my worst legal experience. I immediately said NO. There have been a lot of gut-wrenching, nightmare making, soul searching cases that I choose not to relive. The more I thought about this, I did recall one I don’t mind sharing. I had been a […]