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Cats are juxtaposed to drug sniffing dogs.  It’s an unfair juxtaposition.  The cat is the internet’s favorite animal.  The internet has it all wrong about cats.  Caturday has given way to Sundog. How did cats and drug sniffing dogs come out of a conversation about encrypted chat messaging? Sometimes one conversation morphs into another.  On […]

I’ve defended a lot of cases where police found drugs in a home and parents get charged with 273a(a) — felony child abuse.  Some involve cocaine.  The only times I’ve ever seen a positive test in a child is when they get into pot brownies or marijuana-infused candy. Though police “experts” testify this is dangerous […]

Sentenced to community service for flatulence … but what is the crime? THE FLATULENCE WAS TOO GREAT TO WITHSTAND: WOMAN BANNED FOR LIFE ON BRADFORD BUSES A flatulent woman has received a lifetime ban from a Bradford bus company after repeatedly breaking wind in their vehicles. On one occasion a driver was physically sick. Some […]

Know Your Rights by the Clash You have the rights not to be killed, to food money and to free speech. But don’t try to exercise these rights lest you be crushed by the government.   The Clash – Know Your Rights – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5lfInFVPkQs   Lyrics This is a public service announcement With guitar […]

For a discussion explaining the Fourth Amendment / Fifth Amendment difference as it relates to a claim that Miranda was required because the suspect was in custody, see an excerpt below from People v. Pilster (2006) 138 Cal.App.4th 1395, at 1405-1406. When moving to suppress evidence prior to trial, it is often confusing whether to […]