Law Office of Lieberman & Taormina

NYRPA

Wow.   When I am depressed, despondent, and disaffected, I reach for a glass of Lagavulin and my annotated copy of Judge Benitez’s decision in Duncan v Bonta (Becerra).  His turn of phrase and invectives at the State make me smile.  His full-throated protection of the Second Amendment and the Constitution warms my darkened heart.   Last Thursday...

Exhaustion, Victory, and JB & The Oligarch

This has been “a week”. A good “week”... but a “week” nonetheless. Actually, more appropriately, I should say it’s been a “two and a half years”... and technically we are not done yet, but the Sword of Damocles has been removed. (Thank God.)   For those of you who are not aware, the Law Offices of...

Enemy of The State

Last week I received a call from a distressed client. He had just been subjected to a federal search warrant, and he was… and continues to be… terrified.   Anyone would.   His bucolic life was instantly turned upside down. He will never be the same. What portends of his future remains in question, and the trauma of...

Executive Orders

On Thursday of last week, President Biden announced his “executive actions” on gun control. This is somewhat of a misnomer as he really did not issue any “executive actions”. The President… all presidents… are allowed to use executive actions when authorized by Congress during states of national emergency and when necessary to clarify executive...

Artemis Banner for Blog: People v. Yang

People v Yang OMFG!!!! Last week a couple of clients sent me links to a news story about a case in Northern California called People v Yang. Here are the facts of the case: Yang lives in Tulare.  He is a law abiding citizen, and possess a CCW permit.  He also was one of the thousands of individuals...

The Dangers of Self-Dentistry YouTube has been a major benefit to society.  It really has.  I cannot tell you the number of times I have been faced with an insurmountable problem and SGT Google directed me to an appropriate video where some odd individual felt the need to demonstrate how to solve said problem. Last...

The 3rd Amendment

Camp San Luis Obispo Officers’ Club The fire crackled spritely as MAJ Taormina sipped his Jameson gingerly.  Cigar smoke still lingered about the high-backed chair and shadowed his furrowed brow. LTC Eeke paced back and forth between the fire and some dispatches that lay sprawled across an end table, a vape device clutched in his delicate hand. Speaking...