Law Journal

The Law Journal is a legal periodical covering notable court decisions, legislation and news concerning the law. Appropriate for attorneys but written to ensure everyone can easily understand the law.

  1. Columns Is Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana a DUI?

    Many don't realize that driving under the influence of marijuana is a DUI, even if possession is legal. THC levels may not be necessary for a conviction.
  2. News Eyewitness Says Brown Rushed Ferguson Police

    A purported eyewitness account of the death of Michael Brown by Ferguson police officer, Darren Wilson, is heard clearly after enhancing a YouTube video.
  3. Columns Domain Name Pre-Registration Process Exposed

    The confusing, incomprehensible "pre-registration" process for new top level domains such as .NYC, .ESQ, .ADS and .SHOP are explained and the fine print is exposed. The prices, rules and refund...
  4. Columns Secure Your Firm's Website, Server, Wordpress

    Recently a Russian hacker group reported the theft of 1.2 billion email addresses. Last week the popular Wordpress website and content management software was discovered to have a significant...
  5. Columns Monkey Selfie in Wikipedia Copyright Dispute

    Wikipedia has refused to remove the self-portrait taken by an Indonesian monkey using the camera of professional photographer, David Slater. The Wikimedia Foundation believes that the adorable...
  6. News Sleeping Yankee Fan Files $10 Million Lawsuit

    A fan caught on TV sleeping during a Yankees-Red Sox baseball game files a $10 million lawsuit after allegedly being humiliated on TV and the MLB website. The complaint was filed in Bronx Supreme...
  7. News Girl Who Sues Her Parents Drops Case, Returns Home

    In a press conference held yesterday, it was announced that the teen who sued her parents had reconciled and returned to her parents' home. But in an unusual twist, Rachel Canning's attorney filed...
  8. Decisions Teen Denied Support in Lawsuit Against Her Parents

    An 18 year old girl left home and sued her parents for school tuition, child support and the legal expenses for suing her parents. Earlier this week, a New Jersey judge ruled against her emergency...
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