John Carpenter advocates for CA Assembly Bill 988 to operationalize a mental health emergency hotline.
John Carpenter files suit on behalf of dozens of protestors arrested for curfew violations, calling out unconstitutional tactics that stifled legitimate political speech against police violence.
John incorporates Truth-Love-Justice in his fight to help Baby Deacon’s family heal from tragedy. This episode discusses how outdated regulations should no longer shield Etsy and the multi-billion-dollar internet industry.
John discusses how Truth-Love-Justice can turn $5,000 into $5 million. This episode showcases how genuinely listening to someone can help you uncover the hidden Truth that others missed before.
John shares his personal story and the origin of Truth-Love-Justice. Where can you discover the Truth? How do you acknowledge Love? And what does it take to find Justice? This episode explains how all the pieces fit together.
John Carpenter co-counsels with Gloria Allred suing prison to stop the practice of body cavity searches of women trying to visit their inmate husbands.
CBS2's Dave Lopez reports on John Carpenter and Sara Azari's condemnation of curfews which stifled legitimate political speech against police violence.
John Carpenter and Sara Azari file claims seeking justice for protestors illegally arrested when cities instituted unconstitutional curfews, violating right to free speech and assembly.
A jury Friday awarded $45 million in damages to the four children of one of two women killed when an intoxicated driver being chased by the CHP crashed into a crowd at a taco truck in Boyle Heights during a 2012 chase. A Los Angeles Superior Court jury deliberated for about an hour before finding that both Elba Jimenez, who was behind the wheel of the car that smashed into the two victims, and Maria Elena Rodriguez, who owned the vehicle her longtime girlfriend was driving, were jointly liable in the June 16, 2012, death of Claudia Fernandez. The lawsuit was filed in June 2013 [...]