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when they suspend constitutional rights

How Can Government Suspend Constitutional Rights?

What does it take to suspend Constitutional rights? It’s hard to imagine anyone who seriously thinks it’s OK to simply tear up the Constitution. At the same time most reasonable people agree something had to be done to contain the spread of the Covid-19 virus. Dictators face little trouble ordering […]

Fatal Accident Statistics

Less Traffic – More Fatal Accidents

With less traffic on the roads, more fatal accidents? What? When traffic volume goes down on the roads, you’d think the number of car accidents would also go down. Unfortunately, that common-sense thought proved wrong. While the amount of traffic went down due to “stay-at-home” orders during the height of […]

Courts After Covid-19

U.S. Legal System After Covid-19

The U.S. legal system after Covid-19 may or may not look like it did before the pandemic. What changes will people in need of legal services see after the shut-down? The “new normal” for the legal system may bring fundamental change. Then again, after unprecedented shut-down measures, long range permanent […]

filing bankruptcy after covid-19

Bankruptcy After Covid-19

In the midst of Covid-19, Congress passed a relief package which included changes to bankruptcy law after Covid-19. Most attention to the federal government’s corona virus bill focused on stimulus payments.  People looked for help to those unemployed by the pandemic. Unemployment claims skyrocketed Congressional action gave relief to those […]

Massachusetts Courts and COVID-19 Update

Massachusetts Courts and COVID-19

All Massachusetts Courts now operate under severe restrictions to normal operations in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19.  The near shut down follows an April 1, 2020 order by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.  The “SJC” represents the top court in the Commonwealth. The SJC cites urgent public […]

Update: COVID-19 Legal Shutdowns in NH

COVID-19 Legal Shutdowns: A New Hampshire Update

COVID-19 legal shutdowns continue.  The New Hampshire court COVID-19 shutdown continues.  Consistent with national efforts hoping to stop the spread of the virus, New Hampshire state courts have extended the suspension of normal operations.  The initial shutdown of normal state court operations went through April 6.  That date has now […]

New Hampshire Courts and COVID-19 scheduling

New Hampshire Courts and COVID-19

New Hampshire Courts have shut down normal operations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  By order of the New Hampshire Supreme Court all in-person proceedings are suspended through Monday, April 6. Essential Services in NH Legal actions join many other sectors of society gutted by the Corona Virus now knows […]

serious injuries in car accidents

Serious Injuries: Car Accidents & Highway Dangers

Serious injuries result from car accidents every day. Agencies that keep track of such things report an average of 6 million car accidents each year in the USA. 3 million people suffer injuries in U.S. car accidents each year. Approximately 2 million of those injuries end up being permanent. An […]

Ride-Sharing Nightmate

Ride-Sharing: Traffic Solution or Accident Nightmare?

Ride-sharing started out as an idea aimed at least in part at reducing heavy traffic. But that goal eludes reality. In fact, traffic worsens nationwide despite lofty goals. Ride-share inventors thought people would happily give up their own personal battles with traffic jams and “share” a ride with other people […]

What Massachusetts hands free law means

Massachusetts Hands Free Law: Get off the Phone and Drive!

The new Massachusetts hands free law bans drivers from using any and all hand held devices while driving. The new law, passed before the 2019 holidays actually goes into effect February 23, 2020.  It prohibits drivers from using cell phones or any other electronic devices while holding them and driving. […]



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