Attorney Boyd R. McPherson with JHC being interviewed by NBC news regarding Senate Bill 257 which creates a presumption that it is in the best interest of the children for the Court to order equal or approximately equal residency (custody) of children in cases where the parents have not entered into an agreed parenting plan….

Restaurants, bars, caterers, liquor retailers, liquor distributors, and liquor manufacturers (including wineries, microbreweries, and microdistilleries) are regulated at the state level by the Kansas Department of Revenue’s Alcoholic Beverage Control Division. The ABC Division issues 17 different licenses and 5 different permits for the manufacture, distribution, and sale of alcoholic liquor. Local governments also play…

The United States Supreme Court has agreed to decide three cases that question whether police officers can get blood or breath tests from DUI suspects without a search warrant and whether a person can be charged with a crime for refusing these tests. Two of these cases come from North Dakota and the other comes…

Police across the country troll the internet looking for computers with illegal child pornography visible through Limewire or other peer-to-peer software. When a file is found, they obtain IP address information, get a search warrant, and seize all computers located at the residence where the computer containing illegal files is located. The fact that there…

Local police and FBI agents routinely conduct “sting” operations online. They create fake profiles to present themselves as teenage girls and troll chat rooms in search of men who will eventually discuss the possibility of meeting in person for sex. The operations resemble those featured on Dateline’s “To Catch a Predator” series. However, as police…

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