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Charlottesville and the Consequences of Free Speech

The country has been in shock as backlash has erupted over the recent events that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia just two weeks ago. A group of nationalist protesters took to the streets waving Confederate flags and chanting Nazi slogans such as “blood and soil” and “Jews will not replace us.”  The demonstration was met […]

Pulling the Shade on Daylight Savings Time

After an unsuccessful campaign last year to end Daylight Savings Time, a California state lawmaker, Democrat Kansen Chu of San Jose, is trying again to put a stop to springing forward and falling back. He introduced Assembly Bill (AB) 807, which proposes either adjusting Daylight Savings Time or getting rid of it all together – […]

Is Donald Trump Violating the Constitution’s Emoluments Clause?

If you’ve glanced at the news lately, you’ve likely heard about a lawsuit recently filed by a watchdog organization alleging that President Donald Trump is violating the Constitution by accepting payments from foreign governments through his hotels and other businesses. The group’s argument is based upon the little-known Emoluments Clause of the Constitution, which prohibits […]

Walmart’s Overreliance on Local Police Services Could Cost Them

Many Americans think of police protection as a basic right. But do businesses have that same right to police assistance? Is there a point at which businesses have a responsibility to handle criminal issues internally? This was the topic of discussion for Craig Ashton, Ed Schade, and Tim Hodson on a recent episode of All […]

Baylor Likely Faces Multiple Title IX Lawsuits in the Near Future

Craig Ashton and Ed Schade spent some time on a recent episode of All Things Legal discussing a series of sexual assault scandals has rocked Baylor University over the past two years, with no indication of that stopping anytime soon. Baylor has a long and troubled history with sexual assault, and its handling of sexual […]

Millions of Drivers are Breaking School Bus Safety Laws

The All Things Legal is predicated upon looking at the legal angle behind topics that are currently in the news. So it should come as no surprise that when a topic relevant to the legal practice of Ashton and Price—bus accidents, which occur all too often in the Sacramento area–made national news, Craig Ashton and […]

When a Blimp Hits Your House: Making Claims Against the Government

If you’ve turned on the TV, or read the news online, or even so much as looked at Facebook, you probably heard about the runaway blimp. On October 28th, a military surveillance blimp somehow came loose from its mooring at the Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland. The 240 foot long unmanned blimp went on a […]

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