‘It’s up to the common sense of jurors’

September 19, 2017 — The Boston Globe: “Under a unanimous ruling by the Supreme Judicial Court, Massachusetts police officers can no longer cite their subjective on-scene observations or sobriety tests to conclude in court testimony that a driver was under the influence of marijuana…the court found there is no scientific consensus those tests definitively prove … Continue reading “‘It’s up to the common sense of jurors’”

Developing Media Strategies That Save Lives

Media strategies can have a profound influence on the progress of social movements, and because of the perishable nature of news and trends, activists need to continuously update their messages and strategies. This is especially true in today’s environment, where the media marketplace is highly fragmented and the public’s attention span is measured in 140-character … Continue reading “Developing Media Strategies That Save Lives”