Hear from legal experts on the peculiar circumstance of the death penalty prosecution in US v. Tsarnaev, which is taking place in Massachusetts, a state that does not permit state executions.
WHERE: Suffolk Law School
WHEN: March 10, 2015 | 5:30 PM
Some stories you shouldn't miss today:
An Assistant Attorney General told a DC audience yesterday that the DOJ would potentially prosecute people for 'speech crimes' if they propagandize on social media in support of ISIS. Shane Harris with the scoop:
Ed Snowden, Laura Poitras, and Glenn Greenwald are doing a Reddit AMA. Snowden just wrote this in response to a question about how to make spying a central campaign issue in the 2016 presidential bid.
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The police response to a well publicized Black Lives Matter protest at the Mall of America in December should serve as a jarring wake up call to people who care about the First Amendment and political rights in the United States.
A Minnesota police chief has not-so-subtly warned state legislators that stopping police from warrantlessly tracking the movements of every motorist could play into ISIS' hands.
Here's information about a couple of upcoming digital privacy workshops in the Boston area. They are both free and open to the public.
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