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Texas, today is the last day to register to vote 📨📮🗳 If you need more information, check out www.harrisvotes.com!
Working hard and preparing for the Astros game happening later this afternoon! Go Astros!!
Congrats to the Houston Astros on advancing in the playoffs!! Tired of having to search online to find out when the next game is? Be sure to be on the lookout for our October newsletter which contains a complete playoff schedule!!
Love my daughters (and my wife) #NationalDaughterDay2020
One lesson to be learned from the tragic killing of Breonna Taylor, is the importance of the civil justice system. My understanding of her death - which is at best limited - is that she had an ex-boyfriend who was involved in the drug trade. While he was incarcerated, he spoke with her about drugs and money, and because the calls were from a jail/prison, the calls were recorded. Some time later, the police used these calls as justification for a warrant.
One the night of her death, she was no longer with that boyfriend, but was living with someone else. That person had a licensed weapon which he kept near him while he slept. In the middle of the night when the police burst into the apartment, the boyfriend only knew there was an intruder and began shooting to protect himself and Breonna. The police, believing this was a drug suspect, returned fire.
This all turned out to be a tragic mistake which resulted in the death of Breonna Taylor. Based upon what I know, the boyfriend was justified in firing at an intruder, and the police were justified in returning fire from what they believed was an armed drug suspect.
As terrible as these events turned out - I am not sure any crime was committed and I am less certain a crime could be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.
While tragic mistakes may not be criminal, the victims can seek redress in the CIVIL COURTS.
And the family of Breonna Taylor did. The City of Louisville settled her civil claim for $12 million.
No amount of money will bring back the life of Breonna Taylor nor will it dull the pain of her loss. But neither would incarcerating the police officers. What the $12 million does signal, is some means of justice. It values the life of Breonna Taylor while at the same time recognizing the wrongs committed by the police.
I am not suggesting race did not play a factor in the events, especially those leading up to obtaining the search warrant. I think the United States still has a long way to go. But recognizing that her civil rights were violated - and recognizing it in a big way - is a step in the right direction.
Hearings in the age of a Zoom-era!
Today is #nationalvotersregistrationday. Check to see if you’re registered to vote at RegisterTexas.com!
Who else is ready for some Rockets Play-Offs!
Fun Fact: Did you know that Mr. Wadler is a middle child?
Happy National Middle Child Day to Mr. Wadler and to all middle children everywhere!
In need of a new face mask? This might be the weekend to buy one!
Ready for tonight!! #GoAstros
Happy 4th of July! Thank you to all the men and women who fight, and have fought, to preserve our country’s freedom.
We had a going away party for our receptionist and paralegal, Lauren - CO-VID style. Sadly, Lauren is leaving the firm to attend Fordham Law School. Hopefully, she will be back after law school!
This is how the Wadler family celebrated Father’s Day 2020. (Side Note: Watch until the end!)
To the man who inspired me to become a lawyer myself, happy Father’s Day to the best dad a man could ask for.
To all fathers everywhere, Wadler Law wishes you a very happy Father’s Day!
Wadler Law proudly supports the #blacklivesmatter movement. Justice for Floyd and for all African-Americans. We stand for peaceful protests. #blackouttuesday
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Wadler Law wishes its deepest condolences to the friends and family members of those killed.
First responders could be seen loading injured victims onto stretchers and searching for people under the rubble.
I missed you. Hope you missed me.
Wadler Law has been off Facebook, primarily because of challenges following Hurricane Harvey. My family was rescued by Houston Fire Department Water Rescue at 5 a.m. Sunday, August 27 and we ended up at the George R Brown Convention Center. Thanks to the wonderful first responders who saved my family. I can’t say enough good things about them and also the hundreds of volunteers at the George R Brown, from medical staff, to people who helped sort clothing, to people who helped hand out snacks. In the face of overwhelming adversity, Houston came together and helped those who lost so much. The past 7 months have been lots of recovery, working through the maze of insurance, FEMA, mortgage companies, contractors, etc. trying to get back what we lost, which was almost everything material. While it has been a challenge, and at times a frustration, I remain grateful not only for the things I have, but also for the thousands of people who have helped us through this. We are still a few months from returning to our home, but work is progressing. I’ve tried my best to stay on top of my client’s legal matters, but if I have failed to return a call, I hope you understand. Living out of boxes has caused some disruption. A good day is when I can find two clean socks. A great day is when I can find two clean socks that match. Without question, this ordeal has allowed me to realize what I important in life.
Thanks for your patience, and its great to be back.
A Houston family invites Catie Beck inside their home to survey the damage after being flooded by Hurricane Harvey. » Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com...
Congratulations to the Houston Astros on their first World Series win. Well deserved! Feeling proud to be a Houstonian.
Wadler Law would like to wish a HUGE congratulations to the Houston Astros. What a phenomenal way to end a Saturday night. Feeling proud to be a Houstonian. #astrosmakethewoldseries
Did you catch Mr. Wadler on MSNBC? If you didn't, here is a short glimpse.
Wadler Law is now on Instagram (@WadlerLaw) !
Parents, you might want to reconsider purchasing a fidget spinner for your child. Read Wadler Law's latest blog post to find out why!
The Dangers of Fidget Spinners The latest must-have craze sweeping schools is fidget spinners - a useless device made with ball-bea...
The Swift v. Mueller trial has reached it's verdict! Was Swift Found at Fault or was it Mueller? Read Wadler Law's latest blog post to find out!
Taylor Swift is Suing for Assault. Is She Claiming the DJ Hit Her? Read Wadler Law's latest blog post to find out!
Taylor Swift's trial is beginning to intensify. Read Wadler Law's latest blog post for details.
Calling all Taylor Swift fans! Taylor is headed to court. Read Wadler Law's latest blog post to discover why.
On July 7, after a lengthy illness, my mother, Gerry Wadler, passed away.
Thank you to everyone who has expressed support during this very challenging time.
If I have failed to return a phone call or respond to an email, I hope you understand and forgive me.
In her memory, I would appreciate your performing one senseless act of kindness for someone to help brighten their day, because my mother is no longer here to do it herself.
Yesterday marked the second anniversary of the Memorial Day Flood, which, as some of you may, forced our family to flee our home for nearly a year. We are eternally grateful for the love and support that was provided to us during that difficult time.
Click the link below to watch an interview segment, conducted by CW39, featuring myself and my daughter, Maya Wadler.
HOUSTON- Memorial day for most, is a day spent with family and remembering our fallen soldiers. For many Houstonians Memorial Day is also a reminder of the tragic Memorial Day flood, which damaged homes across the Bayou City two years ago. "Believe it or not I'm not nervous when it rains, more of my...
Take a moment today to pause and think of those American soldiers who gave the ultimate gift so we could enjoy our freedom.
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