Category:Law Enforcement

Should You Talk to the Police?

  • September 2nd, 2016
  • baronefirm
  • Law Enforcement

In every case, the answer to this question is the same – it is an unqualified unequivocal NO! The way this issue usually comes up in my practice is when a client or potential client calls my office and says that they received a call from police asking them to come to the station to

Do Judges Bend Law to Favor Law Enforcement?

  • September 2nd, 2016
  • baronefirm
  • Law Enforcement

Our country was founded on the principle of limited government.  This means that police officers are supposed to be limited in their ability to do things like search your home, stop and frisk you on the street or even stop your car.  The question is limited by whom?  And the answer is, limited by judges.

  • About the Author Attorney Patrick Barone is well-known and well respected throughout the legal community. As a professor, guest speaker and author he shares his knowledge of drunk-driving defense with lawyers and judges to help them better understand this complex area of law. Mr Barone is the co-author of two highly regarded books including Defending Drinking Drivers and Michigan DUI Law – a Citizen’s Guide. Also, Super Lawyers Magazine recently recognized his unique approach to law in their article “Walking in Their Shoes.”
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