Articles by Dana Rybak, Staff Writer
About Dana Rybak, Staff Writer (5 Articles)
Dana Rybak served as a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. She is originally from Independence, Ohio, a suburb outside of Cleveland. Dana graduated from Bowling Green State University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. In addition to being a Staff Writer, she was the President of the Old Kivett Advocacy Council, a 3L representative for the Student Bar Association, and a member of the Campbell Law Innocence Project. Prior to her graduation from Campbell Law School in May 2014, Dana interned in the United States Senate for Senator Sherrod Brown, in the Cuyahoga County Domestic Relations Court, and with The Sparrow Law Firm, a criminal defense firm in Raleigh, NC.
Those labeled as felons face a lifetime of uphill battles, ranging from a loss of voting rights, gun rights, and housing rights. ...[Continue Reading]
What do eggs being thrown on houses, drag racing in Miami, DUIs, and being yelled at by Keyshawn Johnson all have in common? Justin Bieber. It is “the Biebs’s” latest run in with the law, however, that has the Internet buzzing and people petitioning for him to be deported back to Canada. ...[Continue Reading]
Teenagers that do not fully comprehend the legal ramifications of sending sexually explicit text messages are finding themselves labeled as convicted sex offenders for the rest of their lives. ...[Continue Reading]
On June 20, 2013, a federal court in California will hear arguments to determine whether O’Bannon v. NCAA will be classified as a class-action lawsuit. If the class is certified, major changes could be much more likely to soon be underway for collegiate athletics. ...[Continue Reading]
Updated June 17, 2013: The Supreme Court, in a plurality opinion (pdf) written by Justice Alito, ruled that the right to remain silent must be expressly invoked in order for that silence to be protected at trial, even if that silence is pre-arrest. We have all heard it before, some of us through ...[Continue Reading]