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Blog Posts in February, 2014

  • When one hears the words "revenge porn," the images conjured up are not pleasant ones. The term revenge porn stems from the idea that a way to get back at – or take revenge – on an ex may be to publically send out nude or sexually compromising images of the ex by means of the web. Given the ease at which one can take a picture, edit it, and disseminate it, makes this a type ...
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  • The death of actor Phillip Seymour Hoffman from a heroin overdose has triggered an interesting debate as to whether the individuals who sold Mr. Hoffman the drugs should be criminally liable for his death. Presently however, New York State has no crime on its books that specifically addresses this issue. Should an overzealous District Attorney seek to explore any potential crimes, the charges ...
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  • Maximilian Schell and How Art Imitates Life

    || 2-Feb-2014

    The news that Austrian-born actor Maximilian Schell died yesterday got me thinking. Schell made his mark in Hollywood – and won an Oscar – for his role as a criminal defense attorney in the movie "Judgment at Nuremberg." In the move, Schell played the role of Hans Rolfe, who was given the job of defending four Nazi Judges on trial for sentencing innocent victims to death. ...
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