Can the government use drones against American citizens? Legal Lad uncovers the scary truth.
Legal Lad host Adam Freedman is a lawyer and a regular contributor to Point of Law and Ricochet. Freedman’s legal commentary has been featured in The New York Times, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, and on Public Radio. He holds degrees from Yale, Oxford, and the University of Chicago. He is the author of The Naked Constitution (2012).
It’s often said that “trespassers will be prosecuted,” but the truth is, they won’t! Get a legal expert’s take on trespassing and why it usually is not a criminal matter.
President Obama’s proposals to use executive orders to deal with gun violence and climate change has lead to complaints about abuse of executive power. Legal Lad examines the use and abuse of executive orders.
Is it legal for an employer to require more than 40 hours of work from an employee?
Find out why some young lawyers are accusing law schools of deceptive advertising.
Today’s topic is the ex post facto clause of the Constitution.
The Constitution has a procedure for making amendments but it is hardly ever used – twenty seven times in 200 years! But those amendments have expanded civil rights and changed the structure of government. How have the amendments changed the Constitution? Find out in part 14 of Legal Lad’s series about the U.S. Constitution.
The Fourth Amendment protects us against “unreasonable” searches and seizures, but what is reasonable? And why doesn’t the TSA need a warrant to scan you and your luggage at the airport? Legal Lad explains.
Who is legally liable for bedbug infestations: landlords, tenants, or neighbors?
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