Joanne Eldridge has more than twenty years' experience as a government attorney and advocate. She served on active duty with the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's Corps for over ten years and has extensive experience in criminal and Constitutional law in both federal and state court. She is a graduate of Boston College and the George Washington University Law School and holds a Master of Laws degree in military law. She has been admitted to practice before the Maryland Court of Appeals, the U.S. Army Court of Criminal Appeals, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, the U.S. Supreme Court, the Colorado Supreme Court, and the Supreme Court of New Hampshire. She is currently practicing law in northern Virginia.
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6 companies offering great concealed carry options for women–
Here are some great options from six innovative companies making products for women who want to carry concealed guns
Why SCOTUS' 'qualified immunity' decision is huge for cops–
At issue is whether the actions of the police shooting at the vehicle as it attempted to escape constituted excessive force in violation of the Fourth Amendment
Police militarization and the challenge for the courts–
The American legal system is capable of providing independent evaluations of — and crafting remedies for — police excesses and overreaching when those occur
How the Supreme Court defines ‘Double Jeopardy’–
In 2012 and 2013, the United States Supreme Court considered double jeopardy issues, shedding light on the meanings of these legal terms
Legal pot, dog sniffs, and the Fourth Amendment–
Does the possessor of legally-permissible marijuana have a reasonable expectation of privacy sufficient to raise a successful Fourth Amendment claim?
Animal cruelty laws: Where does your state stand?–
The implications of animal abuse are especially disturbing in light of the demonstrated link between animal abuse and family violence, including domestic violence
The Castle Doctrine and Indiana’s controversial new law–
Can someone just shoot a cop who’s just arrived to their front door?
Strip search ruling: Court verdict explained–
In addition to detecting contraband, close visual inspections of detainees before their admission permit the identification of any communicable diseases as well as gang affiliations