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Criminologist. Professor of Criminal Justice. Licensed Private Detective with expansive clientele base encompassing hundreds of cases. Donates resources and time to the Children's Rescue Network in Orlando, FL.


Associate of Science; Bachelor of Arts; Master of Science, Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree.

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2014-09-24 Pornography and the first ammendment:

Margery,    It is true that there is a legitimate adult entertainment industry serving our Nation and the world.  Citizens can order adult movies in their homes in some areas and can shop at adult entertainment

2014-08-02 Video recording in public:

Cole,    Filming in public is usually fine.  If it is public it is public.  Public activities that people are engaging in is fine like walking down the street or filming in a public park.  You cannot film

2013-02-14 The federal government restricting freedom of speech in the Newspapers:

Nick,    The Federal Government certainly retains the right to restrict access to the cave.  The confidentiality agreement or non-disclosure agreement required to enter the cave is simply the price you

2012-09-02 Censorship:

David,    Yes, there are some justifications for censorship.  That would require a huge response outside the purview of this forum though.  National security, the safety and protection of the sensibilities

2012-08-13 Writing business reviews:

Janis,    The short answer is probably not.  The issue turns on the fact that you wrote the review while representing your employer.  The legal construct is Respondeat Superior where the employer is responsible


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