Monthly Archives: September 2012
As we wind down the 2012 calendar year and look ahead to 2013 there is a very significant anniversary that should be celebrated in the criminal justice field â€“ the 50th Anniversary of the 1963 Supreme Court decision in Gideon v. Wainwright. The Gideon case is the seminal case that guaranteed that every criminal defendant […]
Biological Passports: The Solution to Sports Fairness â€¦ or Another Example of how the Quest to â€śCatch a Criminalâ€ť is Hurting the Integrity of Sports?
The topic of â€śbiological passportsâ€ť has once again become news in recent months â€“ when it was announced that the London Olympics would be the first summer games to use biological passports in order to deter cheating. Â In addition, in July it was reported that six athletes received sanctions for an anti-doping rule on the […]
The following blog piece appeared last year in commemoration of the 10 year anniversary of the heinous terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. A year later, health concerns for 9/11 emergency responders and financial feuds concerning redevelopment construction have been making the news in recent months as we prepare to mark this tragic day […]
Child pornography has become a high priority target for federal and state law enforcement authorities. The Internet has radically changed how child pornography is reproduced and distributed; the availability of Internet Child Pornography (â€śICPâ€ť) has skyrocketed. Surveillance and other investigative operations are monitoring the online community to ferret out the production, dissemination and receipt of […]