The orphaned right: How states squelched Americans’ right to travel

print Attorney Roger Isaac Roots is a legal scholar, criminologist and civil liberties activities who lives in Livingston, Mont. He has written many scholarly articles, and some of his work has been relied on by federal courts. He has focused his legal and political work on the rights of jurors to overturn laws, the re-establishment of the fourth amendment protections against illicit searches and seizures, and the fairness of the court system. Dr. Roots has has published an important article on the lopsided procedural rules of the federal court system, “Unfair Rules of Procedure: Why Does the Government Get More … Continue reading The orphaned right: How states squelched Americans’ right to travel