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Supreme Court Permits Warrantless Blood Test In Drunk Driving Case

Supreme Court Permits Warrantless Blood Test In Drunk Driving Case

The United States Supreme Court has held that a warrantless blood test conducted on an unconscious driver does not violate the driver’s Fourth Amendment rights.   The case is Mitchell v. Wisconsin. In this case, upon receiving a report of

“You gave my life back…”

“You gave my life back…”

Sometimes, the job is rewarding. Anne Tamashasky represented a student in a complicated and difficult school disciplinary hearing.  The student is studying to be a doctor and faced expulsion due to allegations of harassment from a former girlfriend. Following

Court of Appeals: Court Committed Error in Refusing to Grant Name Change To Transgender Teenager

Court of Appeals: Court Committed Error in Refusing to Grant Name Change To Transgender Teenager

The Twelfth District Court of Appeals has held that a juvenile court judge abused his discretion when he refused to grant a name change to a transgender teenager.  The court found that the judge ignored evidence from doctors and

Federal Court Denies Motion to Dismiss in Florida Title IX Case

A Federal Court inOrlando has denied a motion to dismiss in a Title IX case against Rollins College. Engel & Martin, LLC is presenting a student who was accused of sexual misconduct by the school.  The student denied any

Mary Martin: Can Lawyers Record Client Phone Calls?

Mary Martin: Can Lawyers Record Client Phone Calls?

Michael Cohen, President Trumps personal attorney, recorded phone calls with his client. Engel & Martin Partner Mary Martin has been asked, “Is this legal?”  Her response: In Ohio, as in the state of New York, as long as one

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