Beachheads and enclaves, whether social, legal, or military, can resemble each other a lot. Each is a small pocket where the norms of the outside world don’t apply.
Former Virginia Gov. Robert McDonnell and the former first lady of Virginia, Maureen McDonnell, have now been indicted for accepting gifts from a “friend” and the friend’s company.
Hudson County Superior Court in Jersey City, N.J., sure was the perfect place to hear about the recent flap over the Coca Cola Super Bowl commercial.
At the FreeState Legal Project, Maryland’s newest civil legal aid program for low-income people, the goal is straightforward: to help lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgendered people lead healthier, happier lives that are free of discrimination.
On Jan. 1, John Hanson Briscoe Sr., the former administrative judge of the Circuit Court for St. Mary’s County, judge of the Seventh Circuit Court of Maryland and speaker of the House of Delegates, passed from among us.
Homelessness among the nation’s veterans is down 24 percent since 2010, putting the Obama administration on track to meet its goal of ending veterans’ homelessness by 2015.
The fight to shape the public’s perception of Edward Snowden has recently steered us into interesting constitutional territory.
Jessica Emerson, an advocate working with human trafficking victims, calls a prostitution charge on the rap sheet of a sex trafficking victim the “mightiest misdemeanor.”
Two recent cases involving hospital bylaws and policies have resulted in pro-hospital and anti-doctor results.
Some may think that being an empty-nester for 12 hours has nothing to do with the subject of today’s article, which was prompted by an email I received from a lawyer.
In a recent Wall Street Journal opinion piece, Daniel Hannan posits that America is indeed exceptional, and that what makes it so is its adherence to law.
As this column was being written, Thanksgiving Day was imminent, Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa are approaching and 2013 is coming to an end.