Defending Those Who Defend Us®

Are you a member of the U.S. Army Reserve who has just been called up for active duty? A U.S. Marine who is about to be deployed for several months? If so, you may be understandably worried about how you are going to balance the demands of military service and any financial or legal, Read More

Under the Fifth Amendment, civilians have the right to protect themselves from compulsory self-incrimination. In the seminal case of Miranda v. Arizona (1966), the United States Supreme Court ruled that if a person was in custody (that is, they reasonably believed that they could not leave the interrogation), they must be read their Miranda, Read More