Bob talks jury duty in this weeks segment of The Legal Docket. Covering the process of selection, the actual duties of a juror and what to expect if you get assigned jury duty.
Bob talks with Dillon about the Juvenile Justice System in Washington. The origin of the system in our area including how it has been changed and adapted over the years.
Bob talks about what to look for when hiring an attorney, how to know IF you need an attorney and common trends in the legal world.
Bob Butler breaks down the U.S. Attorney General’s policy change on how drug crimes are sentenced. The AG says that long prison sentences for low-level drug crimes are a waste of our crime prevention resources.
Bob discusses the murky waters of the NSA and what is actually happening with all the “spying”. Giving examples from local and national cases to show the ways the Government can track you.
Bob talks about how the police track you, as well as shedding light on the “three strikes rule” that is commonly misunderstood.
Bob answers questions about restoring firearms rights after conviction in the first half of this segment, followed by discussing the topic most parents fear… “sexting”.
Whatcom County Jail offers you a way to send care-packs to an inmate. The “iCare” packages available include various food packs (Chips, Candy, Burgers, Snacks, ect.) as well as stationary to allow your friend or family member to write and stay connected …
A Youtube video (4th of July DUI Checkpoint) posted by a Tennessee man has some questioning what their rights are when pulled over at a DUI checkpoint. A DUI checkpoint is a location where police officers set up stations to check …