GPS Monitoring Devices May Be Violating Fourth Amendment Rights

April 17, 2017
One sentencing option which helps avoid jail time for defendants who have been found guilty is the use of electronic monitoring. Instead of sending a person to jail, the courts instead impose a “house arrest” whereby the defendant must abide
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What Will Trump’s Solutions Be to End the ‘American Carnage?’

March 8, 2017
This year, Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. With the overwhelming number of issues coming out of the White House and Congress, it is difficult to keep track of all of them, including
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Sleepy, but Sober – Driver Arrested for DWI

October 11, 2016
A second test confirmed what the driver had been saying since his arrest:  He wasn’t drunk or on drugs when police charged him with driving while intoxicated, he was just tired. Despite recording 0.00 on the Breathalyzer test, the Georgia
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Texas Tech Kickoff

August 15, 2016
Since 1923, Texas Tech University has grown to being more than just a college.  It's an icon of West Texas and an incredible community that has helped thousands of people find jobs, lifelong friends, and even themselves. Starting next Saturday,
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Texas’ Zero Tolerance Policy Toward Marijuana

July 22, 2016
It bears repeating: While many states in our country have reformed marijuana laws to some degree or another, Texas most decidedly has not. In fact, marijuana boasts many medical benefits, including treating glaucoma, potentially reducing lung tumors, and easing side
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Forensic Evidence Infallible? Not So Fast!

April 9, 2016
Forensics has been described as a decades-long experiment in which undertrained lab workers disregard the scientific method in favor of shortcuts that fit prosecutors’ hunches. As early as 2009 the National Research Council was raising red flags about the reliability
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What is a Student Code of Conduct Process and How Should Students Approach It?

January 23, 2016
When you enrolled in Texas Tech, you agreed to adhere to a specific code of conduct, which applies to your behavior both on campus and off. The code details the university’s expected standards of behavior and the procedures in place to deal with student
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