Attorneys Pinix & Soukup in the Media
- In 2008, Matthew Pinix published an article on the U.S. Constitution and immigration law. Publication was reported by the Wisconsin Lawyer Magazine and appeared in the George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal.
- Numerous media sources have followed the progress of case in which Matthew argued to the Wisconsin Supreme Court that use of a GPS tracking device can implicate the Fourth Amendment and necessitate a warrant. He was interviewed by Wisconsin Public Radio regarding the effect of a United States Supreme Court case on my argument.
- The Wisconsin Bar Association has published multiple stories about appellate cases that Matthew has argued to Wisconsin's courts, including:
- An appeal in which Matthew contended that inmates should be entitled to receive positive adjustment time despite the legislature's repeal of the statute granting that benefit.
- An appeal in which Matthew argued that a warrantless search of a probationer's person at the department of probation and parole was unconstitutional.
- The aforementioned GPS case.
- In November 2011, Matthew reviewed Civil War Lawyers: Constitutional Questions, Courtroom Dramas, and the Men Behind Them for the Wisconsin Lawyer Magazine. You can read his review online at the Wisconsin Bar's website.
- Matthew's graduate school alma mater, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, quoted him in a 2010 article discussing the value of a philosophy degree.