COVID19 – Legal Opinion Letter Prepared for County Sheriffs in Michigan Addressing Potential Civil Liabilities for Enforcing Orders that Violate Fundamental Constitutional Rights Under Federal and State Law

Constitutional Rights Cannot Be Quarantined! We have consulted municipal insurers, governmental entities and law enforcement agencies on several aspects of potential liabilities arising from enforcement of executive orders issued in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Below is our letter addressing potential civil liability for law enforcement and prosecutors under state and federal law. https://lexforipllc.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Final-Letter-and-Memo-re-Constitutional-Violations-by-Enforcement-of-Executive-Orders-Re-COVID-19.pdf Click [...]

Lex Fori PLLC and Carson J. Tucker File Brief Challenging Michigan’s Property Foreclosure Tax System and Constitutionality of Property Acquisition

Lex Fori, PLLC and Carson J. Tucker recently filed a brief in the Court of Appeals seeking to overturn a property tax foreclosure in which a contracted third-party was sending notices of the tax foreclosure proceedings to a post office box which was no longer in operation. The contractor had access to the property owner's [...]

“[The] killings [of American citizens] undertaken in accord with the public authority justification were not ‘unlawful’ because they were justified”, Says Government Memo Outlining Legal Authority for Assassination of American Citizens Abroad

I started casually reading the Second Circuit’s opinion released yesterday, June 23, 2014, in the case of New York Times, et al. v. DOJ, et al, which includes a redacted version of the government’s now infamous legal memorandum outlining legal justification for executive decisions to assassinate American citizens abroad and I could not help casually analyzing [...]

“Constitutionally Protected Rights are Guarded with Particular Vigor Precisely when Public Opinion Turns Against Them”

The title of this post is a quote from an article in the Wall Street Journal written by David Rivkin and Andrew Grossman.  I attach the article below. The quote significantly captures the reason the Bill of Rights is soundly insulated from the passing whims of political and social crises, and the resulting fervor with [...]