Ever wonder how the law really works?
Do private police have the right to handcuff you? For how long?
What does the word “unreasonable” mean in the Fourth Amendment?
After law school, corporate law firm or public interest?
How do you file a class action lawsuit and when?
Where do you learn about the law if you don’t go to law school?
In a crisis, do you know your rights?
Why do we follow the law? Why don’t we?
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