Monthly Archives: February 2011
In my last blog entry, I discussed the fact that if stopped by law enforcement an individual does not have to consent to a request to search his or her vehicle. If a person does give consent to search then … Read More
One any given day in Tennessee you could find yourself pulled over for anything from the most minor of traffic violations. Upon the stop of your vehicle, you could be asked by the police officer for consent to search your … Read More
What a Vanderbilt Student needs to know if charged with a Student Conduct Violation or Violation of the Honor Code?
1. Take it very seriously. Many students are consumed with their class schedule, exams, and writing assignments and fail to give these things the proper attention that they deserve. A student should consider that a violation could lead to suspension … Read More
Hollins, Raybin and Weissman file Civil Rights Complaint Against Warden and Guards for death of inmate during cell extraction.
Lead counsel, David Raybin was interviewed by Nashville media in response to statements made by a Tennessee Department of Corrections’ spokesperson who said “there were no violations of policy” regarding the inmate’s cell extraction. Prison officials had previously reported that … Read More