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How Far Drug-Screening Employers Can Go

01/07/08 - 07:46 AM EST

Here's a look at the legality of employers conducting drug tests on prospective and current employees.

Several legal topics including landlord/tenant, fixtures, legal rights to chattel and small claims court are addressed.

When do holiday displays become an impermissible 'establishment' of religion?

Examine the Establishment Clause, originally intended to prevent Congress from preferring a single religion, among other things.

Know Your Right to Plead the Fifth

12/10/07 - 08:25 AM EST

Find out what you need to know about the Fifth Amendment's privilege against self-incrimination.

How to Handle a Hostile Witness

12/03/07 - 08:02 AM EST

If a witness is presumed hostile, or declared hostile by the judge, it changes a few things.

Whom the Ex Post Facto Clause Protects

11/26/07 - 07:44 AM EST

It prohibits the government from increasing punishment for past crimes, not decreasing it.

Apple's Denial of Currency

11/19/07 - 08:23 AM EST

Do merchants have an obligation to accept cash payments?

The Rules of Constructive Delivery

11/12/07 - 09:35 AM EST

Delivery of documents under the law can be either actual or constructive.

Your Constitutional Right to Privacy

11/06/07 - 08:31 AM EST

Is there a Constitutional right to privacy? That depends on which law maker you ask.

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