Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 5 minutes
Slip and fall lawsuits are the bread & butter of lawsuit lotteries. In Michigan there is the Open & Obvious Doctrine to keep sanity in the courthouses.
There is a public duty doctrine, but there is also governmental immunity. One applies to the police, whereas, the other applies to government employees.
We explain why the right to bail is so critical, but highlight why "Bail Reform" is dangerous.
The Right to Bail is a way to ensure that folks have the right to be free while awaiting trial, or alternatively, are incarcerated to protect the public until their trial.
Double Jeopardy places certain restrictions on the government, thus minimizing repeat trials against a criminal defendant, until the Prosecutor eventually wins the case.
Double Jeopardy is intended to give a criminal defendant closure after guilt or innocence has been determined. But it might not end there.
Double Jeopardy prevents a second criminal trial for the same offense...or does it?
Double Jeopardy protects against governmental harassment of the innocent.
We'll discuss a law firm screwing up their own lawsuit request for a jury trial; we'll talk more about a jury of your peers, and getting thrown out of political office.
Do you know when you have the right to a jury trial in administrative law matters? Criminal trials? Jury of your peers?