Becoming “all things to all people” sometimes means putting your rights aside for the sake of others

A few weeks ago when Dzhokhar Tsarev, the youngest brother of two suspects, was captured for bombing the Boston Marathon, a public debate erupted about the type of rights he was afforded.  For days, authorities hesitated to read him his Miranda Rights and debated whether to treat him as an enemy combatant. When I taughtContinue reading “Becoming “all things to all people” sometimes means putting your rights aside for the sake of others”