Host Kendra Cooper (Massachusetts attorney and educator) and guests Attorney James Milligan and Attorney Mark Stevens discuss New Hampshire laws effective Jan. 1, 2013 which added over-the-counter drugs as a cause of driving while intoxicated and basis for arrest. The discussion includes the process a driver may encounter when pulled over by the police in…
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day June 15, 2012
Newburyport Daily News Letter to the Editor World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, June 15, 2012 FINANCIAL EXPLOITATION AND ELDER ABUSE http://www.newburyportnews.com/opinion/x500779013/Financial-exploitation-and-elder-abuse
Q&A Episode 10: MA Elder Care 2011: What we have, what we don’t.
In Episode 10: MA Elder Care 2011: What we have, what we don’t, Sally is joined by guests Al Norman (Exec.Dir.Mass Home Care) and Dan O’Leary (Exec.Dir.Mystic Valley Elder Services) in the discussion of services available for elders. Following passage of the Equal Choice Bill in 2006, if an elder qualifies for state funding for…
Sally’s Law Victory Video
Download The Brochure: A Guide To Nursing Home Care
Signing of Sally’s Law
Massachusetts Governor Patrick signs Sally’s Law, July 30, 2010.
Q&A Episode 9: What’s happened to our Miranda rights?
In Q&A Episode 9: What’s happened to our Miranda rights? host Massachusetts attorney and educator Kendra Cooper (kendracooperlaw.com) discusses with guests Attorney James Milligan (MassDrunkDriving.com) and Attorney Mark Stevens (ByeByeDWI.com) the potential impact of a U.S. Supreme Court June 1, 2010 decision which erodes Miranda rights.
Q&A Episode 8: Melanie’s Law – Think Before You Drink!
In Q&A Episode 8: Melanies Law, host Kendra Cooper, a Massachusetts attorney and educator, discusses with guests Attorney James Milligan (Jones, Milligan & Geraghty, Norwell, MA, MassDrunkDriving.com) and Attorney Mark Stevens (Salem NH, ByeByeDWI.com) several serious consequences triggered by Melanies Law, 2005 Massachusetts drunk driver legislation. These include the lifetime look back period used to…
Q&A Episode 7: Perils of Social Networking
In Episode 7: Social Networking, Attorney Cooper and her guests, Attorney James Milligan (Jones, Milligan & Geraghty, Norwell, MA, MassDrunkDriving.com) and Attorney Mark Stevens (Salem, NH, ByeByeDWI.com), discuss the perils of social networking – the consequences of tweeting, texting and emailing, or using Internet sites like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. With the law straining to…
Q&A Episode 6: Sally’s Law H. 4270 – Protecting Nursing Home Resident Rights
Sally’s Law, MA House Bill 4270 (formerly H. 3416) would require nursing homes to provide copies of applicable laws and regulations in easily readable format to families when their loved ones first enter that facility. Guest host, Ronald D. Birnbaum, of The Financial Consultants on WBIX AM 1060, discusses with Dr. Rachel Geller, Ed.D. her…
Q&A Episode 5: Roadblocks
In Q&A Episode 5: Roadblocks, host Kendra Cooper, Attorney at Law, and her guests Attorney James Milligan (Jones, Milligan & Geraghty, MassDrunkDriving.com) and Attorney Mark Stevens (Salem NH, ByeByeDWI.com), discuss roadblocks, also known as sobriety checkpoints, which are intended to deter drunk driving. They elaborate on what roadblocks are and what the public can expect…