Attorney Pinix & the Media
- In 2008, I 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 I argued to the Wisconsin Supreme Court that use of a GPS tracking device can implicate the Fourth Amendment and necessitate a warrant. I 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 I have argued to Wisconsin's courts, including:
- An appeal in which I 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 I 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, I reviewed Civil War Lawyers: Constitutional Questions, Courtroom Dramas, and the Men Behind Them for the Wisconsin Lawyer Magazine. You can read my review online at the Wisconsin Bar's website.
- My graduate school alma mater, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, quoted me in a 2010 article discussing the value of a philosophy degree.
Around the Internet
My profile and biographical information can be viewed at a number of industry review sites. Click on the images below to visit those third-party websites.