Constitutional Law

While Constitutional Law originated during colonial times, it is just as relevant today as it was back in 1787 when the document was written. In today's modern world of ubiquitous electronic communication, constitutional law is a much debated and litigated realm of law. The law frequently can't keep pace with technology, and new laws, both federal and state, are being consistently legislated and challenged in U.S courtrooms. The First Amendment and privacy concerns are a particular hotbed of debate. If your practice involves representing a telecommunications corporation, click on the articles below to learn more 1996 Telecommunications Act or broadcast ownership rules. If your client is being tried for a white-collar crime, make sure you read about when your client should invoke the Fifth Amendment in front of a grand jury. Click on a link below to get started.
Constitutional Law Articles