In the United States, citizens are expected to obey the law. Without the rule of law, our democracy could not stand. While equal justice under the law is the nation’s goal, the law treats adults and juveniles differently. The law deems adults as sufficiently mature to under the consequences of their actions and conduct, […]
Education is important in American society, and from pre-school through twelfth-grade, there are three types of educational programming: regular education, special education, and gifted education. This post explains “gifted education.”
Currently, there are no uniform standards for gifted education in all situations, and the makeup of gifted education differs from state to state. However, the […]
Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery released a statement on December 22 , 2014 in which he said that the state will join a lawsuit to challenge the President’s recent executive action on immigration. Slatery said in the statement that it is in the state’s best interest to sue the president.
Obama announced in early 2014 […]
We are thrilled to announce a recent success in Williamson County Court for our client Mr. Jackson. He faced multiple charges: two for aggravated stalking (felonies), one for coercion of a witness (a felony) and a misdemeanor charge for contributing to the delinquency of a minor. And why was he facing these charges?
Because he […]