Laura Rayon - Chavero

July 29, 2013

Attorney Martin E. Regan Jr. Always, but Always Places His Clients Freedom Front and Center

Attorney Martin E. Regan, Jr. always places his clients freedom front and center.
July 28, 2013

Arizona Authorities Must Return Medical Marijuana Seized From Authorized Patients

The state’s high court refused to hear the appeal of the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office, which argued that returning medical marijuana to a patient would put […]
July 21, 2013

You believe that you are the victim of discrimination in the workplace. What should you do?

  Do you believe that you are the victim of discrimination in the workplace. Here’s what you should do. You only have 180 days from the […]
July 20, 2013

The Police Took My Cell Phone, Can They Search It?

  In order to search a cell phone, a law enforcement officer must produce an affidavit to a judge and obtain a warrant. The judge can […]
July 18, 2013

Firing a Woman Because She is Lactating or Expressing Milk Constitutes Unlawful Gender Discrimination.

  Last year the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission listed accommodating pregnancy-related limitations as an emerging issue and a national priority on which it intended […]
July 14, 2013

New Orleans Today: Eight Years After Hurricane Katrina

New Orleans is a great place to live, work and raise a family said Attorney Martin E. Regan, Jr.
July 14, 2013

Malala Yousafzai Before the United Nations

"Today, it is an honor for me to be speaking again after a long time," she said. "Being here with such honorable people is a great moment in my life." Malala told her audience of hundreds of children from around the world as well as U.N. members, including Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. Malala told them that she was wearing a pink shawl that once belonged to Benazir Bhutto, the two-time prime minister of Pakistan who was killed in 2007 in a suicide attack at a political rally. We invite you to visit the CCN website and read Malala’s speech here as it appeared on CCN online, because it is beautiful, it is poignant and it shows us that inspite of whatever cynicism might creep into our minds from time to time concerning the future of society as we know it, we can be inspired and hopeful with young people such as Malala Yousafzai.” Attorney Martin E. Regan, Jr.
July 12, 2013

It’s a funny thing how the press works – – is it not?

  The press does not always publish the entire set of facts, they make mistakes and do not correct them. But Hey, at the end it […]
July 11, 2013


  “We read with interest an article in Mother Jones which offers a good overview of the immigration bill recently passed by the  United States Senate […]