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Supreme Court to weigh Facebook Threats & Free Speech

The Supreme Court will decide if, when considering free speech rights of people who use threatening language on Facebook posts and other electronic media, you must also look at the intent of the person posting the threatening language. In Pennsylvania Anthony Elois has served nearly four years in federal prison for violent posts directed toward […]

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We don’t care how we kill ’em, so long as they die

Controversy has boiled over in the last few weeks regarding the methods used and drugs utilized to execute individuals convicted and sentenced to death.  It came to the forefront in the news again recently after a botched execution in Oklahoma.  As one writer in the The New York Times described it, the executed inmate in Oklahoma […]

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You Missed The Launch Party

If you didn’t know about our all new criminal law blog, then you obviously missed the launch gathering we had in Downtown Houston to celebrate & bring awareness to the launch of LeGrande Law’s new blog. You should regret missing the gathering as it was a sight to see. Meanwhile, bookmark this site (CTRL+D) and […]

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