Mimesis Law
19 February 2017
  • Debate: Criminalize Porn For Public Health And Safety

    by - Jan 17, 2017
    (Comments: 5)
    January 17, 2017 (Fault Lines) — Ed. Note: In light of call for a pledge to rid the nation of pornography, we have charged Chris Seaton and Mario Machado to debate: Is porn a public health crisis...
  • Fault Lines Friday Fail

    by - Jan 13, 2017
    (Comments: 2)
    January 13, 2017 (Fault Lines) — Welcome to that most wonderful time of the week, the (almost) weekend, and another installment of the Fault Lines Friday Fail. It may be Friday the Thirteenth, but you lucked...
  • Creating A Police Misconduct Registry

    by - Jan 13, 2017
    (Comments: 11)
    January 13, 2017 (Fault Lines) — A proposal recently popped up concerning the creation of a police misconduct registry. Let’s get right to the point: this is an incredible idea and must happen immediately. Don’t laugh....
  • A NY Parolee’s 4th Amendment Anklet Mess

    by - Jan 12, 2017
    (Comments: 0)
    January 12, 2017 (Fault Lines) — It’s a safe bet Kamal Lambus will never forget May 8, 2013. That’s the day he signed a form consenting to wear an ankle monitor as a condition of his...
  • Five Justices Made A Charleston Memorial Service Constitutional

    by - Jan 10, 2017
    (Comments: 2)
    January 10, 2017 (Fault Lines) — Dylann Roof appeared ready to let U.S. Attorney Nathan Williams lead him to a South Carolina gallows during his sentencing hearing. Williams gladly obliged, bringing thirty-eight witnesses with victim impact...
  • First Fault Lines Friday Fail of 2017

    by - Jan 6, 2017
    (Comments: 3)
    January 6, 2017 (Fault Lines) — Welcome to a new year, and the most wonderful time of the week, the (almost) weekend. It’s time for the first Fault Lines Friday Fail of 2017. Temperatures may plummet,...
  • Policing For PEZ

    by - Jan 6, 2017
    (Comments: 0)
    January 6, 2016 (Fault Lines) — Chuck Canterbury, the head of the Fraternal Order of Police, recently opined at the Daily Caller that civil asset forfeiture was a necessary tool to fight crime and terrorism. He...
  • Minnesota’s Rational Indefinite Commitment of Sex Offenders

    by - Jan 5, 2017
    (Comments: 0)
    January 5, 2017 (Fault Lines) — Minnesotans who receive the label “sex offender,” and are determined either a “sexually dangerous person” or “a person with a sexual psychopathic tendency,” now face the potential for life incarceration in...
  • My Time With Rufus And Rocky

    by - Jan 4, 2017
    (Comments: 7)
    January 4, 2016 (Fault Lines) — When I tell people I used to live and work across the street from a moonshiner, they usually laugh and think I’m exaggerating. Rufus and his son Rocky* were the...
  • Sometimes Prosecutors Have To Say “Sorry”

    by - Jan 3, 2017
    (Comments: 13)
    January 3, 2017 (Fault Lines) — Fault Lines alumnus, Murray Newman, covered the story of Robert Yetman’s mistrial in December of 2015. At the time, Murray was pessimistic regarding any sort of appeal. The new year...

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