So you have these pictures of your ex . . . you know the ones. Now that the good times are over, you’re wondering what you can do with them. It would be so satisfying to indulge that basic human urge for revenge by forwarding them to a few choice associates. Or maybe even posting them online for the benefit of a larger audience. The short legal answer is that your best choice is to suck it up and keep them to yourself. Read More
Mockingjay – Part one, the third movie in the Hunger Games trilogy is coming out next week, so what could be better than a blog post showing how Utah is just like District 12? Well, maybe not exactly like District 12…but closer than you might think. Read More
Some people think, “I can save a lot of money on attorney fees if I do not hire an attorney.” Perhaps, but what will it cost you in the long run? There is a plethora of hidden risks that people take when they decide to try to handle their divorce by themselves, which is called representing yourself “pro-se.” Read More
‘No’ means ‘No!’ — but what means ‘yes’?
When I was in my law school criminal law class and we were talking about rape, the professor asked, “Where is the line between consent and lack of consent? Does a female actually have to say ‘yes, I agree to have sex with you?’ Or is it consent as long as she doesn’t say ‘no!’? Read More
I’m not a police officer – could I actually arrest someone?
Usually when I think of a citizen’s arrest, I think about those bad movies or comedy skits where some unlikeable gomer (think Dwight Schrute) makes a citizen’s arrest and the arrestee resists and some sort of ridiculous interaction ensues. And since bad movies were my source of information, I always thought that a citizen’s arrest was something that may have existed sometime in the past, but didn’t actually exist anymore….I was wrong. Read More