MCLE | New England CLE Programs, Seminars, Webcasts – Advising Victims of the Boston Marathon Bombing

In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, a host of critical legal issues have surfaced for victims and their families, as well as for impacted businesses. Register for this FREE webcast to learn about some of the key insurance law, disability law, and Family and Medical Leave Act issues that your clients may confront. Whether you represent impacted parties as pro bono or paying clients, you need to be able to spot the legal issues and help secure the best practical remedy possible.

 

 

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Criminal Complaint Against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Filed in Federal (Not Military) Court

Miranda’s Public Safety Exception: | David S. Kemp | Verdict | Legal Analysis and Commentary from Justia

As Americans are still reeling from the recent Boston Marathon bombing, a debate is brewing over whether the surviving suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, should have been read his Miranda rights. On Friday, April 19, a mere five days after the bombing, Emily Bazelonopined on Slate that “anyone who worries about the police railroading suspects” should be alarmed that the FBI publicly opted not to read the suspect his right to silence or his right to an attorney. On the blog Balkinization, professors Jason Mazzone and Sandy Levinson engaged in a heated discussion as to the proper interpretation of the Supreme Court’s decision in Miranda.

 

Read David Kemp’s full analysis of the issue here.

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