Millennials are the largest adult generation in the United States, but they are starting to share the spotlight with Generation Z

This year, Millennials, those ages 23 to 38, will outnumber Baby Boomers (ages 55 to 73), according to Census Bureau projections. Now in their young adulthood, Millennials are more educated, more racially and ethnically diverse and slower to marry than previous generations were at the same age. But after growing up in the Great Recession, their economic picture is … Continue reading Millennials are the largest adult generation in the United States, but they are starting to share the spotlight with Generation Z

Taking the ABC bus from Tijuana to Ensenada in 2018

Perhaps the safest way to get to Rosarito or Ensenada is by bus.  Nine American dollars will get you a one way ticket to either.  ABC bus company runs every 45 minutes from Tijuana through Rosarito, Puerto Nuevo and terminates at Ensenada.  Toss your belongings in a backpack or duffell bag and head for the … Continue reading Taking the ABC bus from Tijuana to Ensenada in 2018

Can the police track your cell phone without a warrant?

The U.S. Supreme Court confronts the digital age again on Wednesday when it hears oral arguments in a case that promises to have major repercussions for law enforcement and personal privacy.  Here is the Appellant Brief At issue is whether police have to get a search warrant in order to obtain cellphone location information that is … Continue reading Can the police track your cell phone without a warrant?

Can the police search your phone?

THE framers of America’s constitution knew nothing about mobile phones, but they knew a thing or two about unreasonable searches. In Riley v California, the Supreme Court considered “whether the police may, without a warrant, search digital information on a cell phone seized from an individual who has been arrested.” Unanimously on June 25th, the justices said no—or, … Continue reading Can the police search your phone?