Cyclists have fought to protect their rights while hitting the road. A recent study offers insight into why some drivers are so aggressive toward cyclists.
How tough is Washington’s felony DUI law? In 2017, the Washington State Legislature amended the felony DUI law, making a DUI a felony if there have been three “prior offenses” in a ten year look back period. The previous law had required four prior offenses in the same look back period. Despite this recent change, […]
When the Justice Department announced in early August that it intended to investigate the admissions practices of selective universities, the reaction was mixed.
While the White House has taken no steps to interfere with the work of the Census Bureau, it has done little or nothing to support it, either.
Barely two months after its creation, the Election Integrity Commission finds itself embroiled in controversy on multiple fronts.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is under heavy industry pressure to relax or eliminate a number of safety regulations.
Algorithms that generate risk assessment scores are proprietary software, and neither courts nor lawyers know just how such scores are generated.
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In Packingham v. North Carolina, the U.S. Supreme Court invalidated a North Carolina statute prohibiting certain social media use by registered sex offenders.
Seventeen-year-olds can still marry with parental consent and judicial approval, but there will be no more marriages in New York state for younger teens.