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2-5-2020 – Law Enforcement Officer Cannot Lawfully Retaliate For First Amendment Speech By Attempting to Induce Another Officer To Issue a Traffic Citation0
February 6, 2020 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
2-5-2020 – The law firm of Thomas H. Roberts & Associates, PC. achieved another victory for the First Amendment with …
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Rights mean nothing unless those we do not like are afforded those rights.0
January 29, 2016 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
Thomas H. Roberts & Associates, PC represents people that many in society don’t like and would prefer had no rights. …
Category Assault & Battery, Civil Rights, Commentary, Due Process, Excessive Force, Fourth Amendment, Freedom of Speech and Press, Religious Freedom | Tags: 1st amendment lawyers, 1st amendment lawyers in virginia, 4th amendment, constitution, constitutional law firm, constitutional lawyers in virginia, constitutional rights, first amendment, virginia 1st amendment lawyers, virginia cons, virginia constitutional lawyers
Can the Police Detain a Witness Who They do not of Suspect Wrongdoing?0
February 11, 2014 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
Question: Can the Police Detain a Witness Who They do not of Suspect Wrongdoing? Answer: Yes – but only under …
Category Civil Rights, Due Process, False Imprisonment, Fourth Amendment | Tags: can the police detain a witness, constitutional lawyers, constitutional lawyers in virginia, detention of witness, false arrest of witness, Fourth Amendment, virginia constitutional lawyers