By Regan Jarvis, Feature Editor Photo courtesy of unsplash.com Beginning in 2025, law school applicants may no longer be required to take the Law School Admissions Test (“LSAT”). This decision was determined by a vote by the American Bar Association (“ABA”), after a longstanding debate on the merits of the exam. The […]
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The Real Facebook Jail
By Regan Jarvis, Staff Writer The Sixth Amendment guarantees criminal defendants’ right to a speedy and public trial with an impartial jury, however, it does not prohibit the publication of mugshots and arrest records prior to a conviction. With the growing presence of social media, many police departments have turned to these platforms, […]
DNA Collection: A Balance Between Personal Privacy and Public Safety
By Regan Jarvis, Staff Writer “It is difficult to imagine information more personal or more private than a person’s genetic makeup.” – Senator Edward Kennedy Although the right to privacy is a core value held by the American people, the amount of privacy we are guaranteed by the Constitution is […]