THE CRUX OF TIME Jane Doe andThe Re-imagination of Indigenous Justice By: David Adams
Abstract The painted picture of the historical relationship between federal and tribal governments isn’t pretty. The rate of suicide amongst our youth has increased, female incarceration has risen at a particularly high rate, and justice for Jane Doe doesn’t feel much different than it was 50 years ago. This article discusses the evolution of […]
Parnall and Adams Law: Contracted to Prosecute Domestic Violence Crimes
Parnall and Adams Law has a contract to serve as special prosecutors for certain crimes of domestic violence. Prosecution is a fundamental judicial component to protecting our community, protecting the vulnerable, and ideally leading to accountability and healing. This process, this concept, undoubtedly takes a whole community to break the cycle of violence and support […]
Victims’ Rights : Ensuring Jane Doe Has a Voice
Victims’ Rights are a fundamental component of our criminal justice system because it ensures that Jane Doe has a voice in the justice process. It wasn’t until over thirty years ago that these rights were put into place as federal law. Not surprisingly, without the codified rights, judge’s, prosecutors, and defense attorneys largely could ignore […]
What Is Racial Discrimination?
Discrimination is all too common in American society today, both in the workplace and in nonprofessional settings. Therefore, it is important to learn how to identify prejudice when it appears. One of the most frequent forms of intolerance in the United States is racial discrimination. This phrase is most accurately defined in Title VII of […]
What Is Racial Discrimination In The Workplace?
Racial discrimination in the workplace unfortunately remains extremely common in the United States. According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), 34% of discrimination complaints filed in fiscal year 2017 were race-based. In fact, this was the second-most common reason for filing a discrimination complaint in 2017 after “retaliation” (49%). Sometimes this type of prejudice […]
How To File A Racial Discrimination Lawsuit
If you believe you have been discriminated against because of your race, it is perfectly normal to feel offended and confused about how to address this issue. Racial discrimination remains extremely pervasive in the United States, especially in the workplace. According to the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab, a global research center, one study […]