Everyday Law
On student misconduct and Title IX

On student misconduct and Title IX

March 30, 2017

We discuss student misconduct proceedings including assertions of inappropriate sexual behavior and how Title lX complicates matters for male students at disciplinary proceedings. Are colleges and universities obliged to provide students due process of law as provided for in the United States and Maryland Bills of Rights? The answer is surprising.

On what to do when stopped by police

On what to do when stopped by police

March 30, 2017

In episode 2, Veteran Attorney, Ronald Schwartz discusses what to do when a police officer pulls you over, including such topics as to whether you have to stop for the officer, whether you have to speak to the officer, whether you have to get out of the car if requested and whether you have to take field sobriety tests and/or consent to an alcohol test. The answers are important.

On “for-profit” schools

On “for-profit” schools

March 22, 2017

On this episode, learn about legal efforts to make sure "for-profit" schools don't take advantage of prospective students, how to protect yourself when making a personal injury claim and why freedom can't be taken for granted.