Constitutional

Improper Grammar and Our Modern-Day Vernacular Collide Raising Questions About Whether One Louisiana Man’s Fifth Amendment Rights Were Violated

Written By: Holly Howell Editor-in-Chief, American Journal of Trial Advocacy “If y’all, this is how I feel, if y’all think I did it, I know that I didn’t do it so why don’t you just give me a lawyer dog ‘cause this is not what’s up.”[1]  This request, made by…

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Affirmative Unsatisf’Action’

By: Kylee Berger Research & Writing Editor, American Journal of Trial Advocacy After eight years of litigation and a shocking remand from the United States Supreme Court (“SCOTUS”) back down to a Texas Federal District Trial Court, what might be the Country’s most anticipated affirmative action lawsuit, Fisher v. University of…