Sweeping Criminal Justice Reform Bill

The Missouri House has approved a massive Omnibus Crime Bill which is adopts many of ideals of the First Step Act and includes more measures that could potentially affect Missouri: Free feminine hygiene for incarcerated women sentencing reform for mandatory minimums...

Cannabis Coming to a Dispensary Near You

It will be more than a year before Missouri patients will be able to step into a dispensary and legally buy marijuana as a doctor-certified treatment, said three private-sector sources tied to Amendment 2’s development. State officials can edit the rules, but the...

Cannabis Coming to a Dispensary Near You

Three private-sector sources tied to Amendment 2’s development said, “It will be more than a year before Missouri patients will be able to step into a dispensary and legally buy marijuana as a doctor-recommended treatment”. State officials can edit the rules, but the...

Drug Package Profile

The U.S. Postal Service and DEA has developed a drug packing profile to stop mail trafficking. Faced with a deluge of suspicious packing heading towards consumers, courts determine that any reasonable expectation of privacy in personal effects must give way to...

Violence in Windy City Continues to Rise

Last year 650 people were murdered in Chicago, and this year looks to be a banner year in the Windy City. Children living in the south and west sides of Chicago are in despair over their hopeless situation, some were as young as ten years of age. The prosecution rate...

A Landmark Case is Underway in New York City

On January 22, The U.S. Supreme Court announced that it would hear oral arguments on a New York City gun ordinance that limits residences from transporting their guns outside their homes. It could be a landmark case articulating broad principals about the Second...