Can you get a government search thrown out, even if you consented to it?

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It’s the final countdown to this summer’s bar exam! Here’s one more flowchart from my Criminal Procedure sketchbook, this time about how to get things that the government found during a search (that you consented to) thrown out as evidence. Build more legal knowledge, and study up on your rights around the police and government agents: play Law Dojo — … Read More

Do you have a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy?

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Two sketches from criminal procedure — all about the nebulous concept on whether a person can legally expect privacy in a situation. The standard is ‘reasonable expectation of privacy’ — and these cartoons start to explain what that means in specific contexts. Want to learn more about your privacy rights? Build more legal knowledge, and study up on your rights … Read More

CivPro #BarExam visual: how can I get jurisdiction over a person?

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Enjoy this Civil Procedure flowchart as you study up for the Bar Exam (or for your first year law school exam)! Figure out exactly whether and how you can get someone into court to hold them liable for a legal claim, according to the rules of civil procedure. And if you want to remember even more Civil Procedure knowledge for … Read More

Torts mnemonic for #BarExam: intentional infliction of emotional distress

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Today, we turn from contracts to torts. Remember these basic factors for figuring out if there is possible liability for intentional infliction of emotional distress. Hopefully these visuals will stamp into your mind and help you answer those bar exam questions quickly and easily! Study even more Torts knowledge for the Bar Exam, play Law Dojo — available for your … Read More

Today’s #BarExam visual mnemonic: Statute of Frauds essentials

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Another way to remember crucial the dreaded Statute of Frauds rules for the upcoming Bar Exam — just think of the mnemonic “My Legs” and let this picture help you remember all those key factors to be considering. And if you want to remember even more contracts knowledge for the Bar Exam, play Law Dojo contracts — available for your … Read More

#BarExam visual: flowchart on bringing in character evidence

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Oof — for all those studying evidence for the bar exam, you know the pain of Character Evidence rules. Here’s a flowchart laying out the crucial things you need to know to tackle all those character evidence questions on the MBE and essay sections. Enjoy! And if you want to put your Evidence knowledge to the test for the Bar … Read More

#BarExam visual: is a contract breach material or not?

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Hello, hard-working bar-studiers! Here is a small cartoon to help you remember your core contracts knowledge. And if you want to jam your brain full of even more contracts knowledge, play Law Dojo contracts — available for your phone on Android or on iOS!