The Right To Free Speech And Michelle Carter

Michelle Carter The Manslaughterer, or “How I Was Convicted Of A Felony For Saying Words” Recently, a young woman named Michelle Carter was found guilty of manslaughter for texting her boyfriend to carry out his suicide plans. The text messages are difficult to read and are emotionally confusing. In some instances, Ms. Carter is urging […]


Opinions on State v. Nay, 2017 Utah Appellate Decision

A No Doubt Common Situation Imagine a situation where you are caught with an associate and another growing marijuana in your home. Your associate basically gives the exact confession the police want, but you deny any wrongdoing. Later at trial, your associate claims she cannot remember the details of the confession, and the confession was no […]