Attorney taleph Haynes Davis I have contemplated this entry as a response to my esteemed colleague and fellow member of the Florida Bar, Attorney Jerry Girley. Mr. Girley's "The Dred Scott Rule: Why White Men Get Away with Killing Black Men" (found here with this link on the "communitysteeple.com" website) was first published, apparently, on February 26, 2014.
Candidate for Orange County District 2, Greg Jackson to Moderate A Rights Restoration Forum In Eatonville
Local attorney and candidate for Orange County Commission District 2, Greg Jackson will take time from the campaign trail to Moderate a Rights Restoration Forum in the historic Town of Eatonville, Florida. With there being a growing movement to address clemency issues and an increasing call to support a "ban the box" initiative in Orange County, Greg Jackson is teaming up with community activists and clemency advocates Desmond Meade,
Candidate for Orange County District 2 Takes Time Away From Campaign Trail to Provide Rights Restoration Information
by Mike Greene, Former Orange County Sheriff Candidate I want to offer my ear to ANY officer or deputy who would like to talk about this incident. There are some of you who may have responded to this incident and you will be negatively affected psychologically, emotionally, etc. Feel free to private message me in 100% confidentiality and let's talk.
by Attorney Jerry Girley Once again America is on edge over the killing of a young Black man. This time the names are different and the location is has changed but there is a common thread between the deaths of Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis. Both of their assailants alleged that they were in fear for their lives and they were merely defending themselves.
by Attorney Ka'Juel J. Washington (Professor of Law at FAMU School of Law)
The End of Black Parramore: Part 3
In a card game, all participants assume a level of fairness. The players watch the dealer shuffle the cards and pass them out. It's assumed by the players that each person has a fair shot at getting any card in the deck. Therefore, whether you win or lose is just a matter of chance.