On this day in 1865, two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation, slavery was abolished in Texas. Further, all slaves throughout the Confederate South were emancipated on this day, and it is now a State holiday in forty-five states, although it should be a nationwide holiday. It’s called Juneteenth. Juneteenth is officially a celebration …Continue reading Juneteenth | Dorer Daily – daviddorer.com
Welcome back to the David Dorer Show. You can listen to this show live at 6PM by using the spreaker player application below. Once the show starts, it will automatically update. This week’s episode is the “…You Can’t Always Get What You Want” Edition where we will discuss failed efforts at gun control in the …Continue reading “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” Edition
Since Mapp v. Ohio, the United States Supreme Court has held that evidence obtained as a result of a violation of the Fourth Amendment cannot be used in any criminal prosecution of a defendant. This is called the exclusionary rule, and it encompasses both the “primary evidence obtained as a direct result of an illegal search …Continue reading An Invalid Stop Can Still Lead to Admissible Evidence?
On this episode of Dorer Daily I talk about the Pulse Nightclub Shooting in Orlando, FL and the ongoing debates about LGBTQ hate crimes, Islamic terrorism by domestic terrorists, and gun control, with particular focus on the latter. I start from the premise that the “assault weapon” is not a practical weapon for self …Continue reading Is the Best Defense a Good Offense?
On this episode of Dorer Daily I talk about how on this day in 1857 the owner of Dred Scott freed him. This freedom came after nearly a lifetime of slavery. Most importantly to me and my listeners as well as the country as a whole is the fact that it also came after two separate …Continue reading Not Repeating America’s Mistakes
Talking Law: The Ebb and Flow of Liberty – Gay Marriage Bans Invalidated; Search of Homes Eviscerated.
Welcome back to Talking Law! Today I will discuss the invalidation of the gay marriage ban in Texas and the widely expanded rights of the police to search your home. Also, as I always do with this show, I’ll be answering questions off of avvo.com on civil law suits. Call in at 6:00 p.m. to get …Continue reading Talking Law: The Ebb and Flow of Liberty – Gay Marriage Bans Invalidated; Search of Homes Eviscerated.
David’s Daily Docket 1/13/2014 – SCOTUS to deny Arizona Abortion Ban Case, Oral Argument on NLRB Recess Appointments
This is my inaugural Daily Docket. I’ll try to do daily analysis of the Federal and Georgia goings-on at the top level of government. I’ll post them in the afternoon after I have an opportunity to glean some insight from the information. This is all done by me — I have no writers. So, all …Continue reading David’s Daily Docket 1/13/2014 – SCOTUS to deny Arizona Abortion Ban Case, Oral Argument on NLRB Recess Appointments