Clayton Luckie

Why Dayton is demolition central

A posting on Facebook showed photos of the old Roosevelt High School. The reactions were strong, wondering why this gem had been torn down- and why Stivers was still standing. Roosevelt was an amazing building, that brought dignity to West Dayton on a scale like no other: Marble Entrances 400+ Class Rooms Two swimming pools Read More

Brian Higgins guilty on 5 of 7 charges

After a 7 day trial in US Federal Court on 3 charges of mail fraud, 2 charges of witness intimidation and 2 charges of witness retaliation a jury of 8 women and 4 men found Brian Higgins guilty of all the charges except witness retaliation. The last four charges stemmed from a lawsuit Higgins filed Read More

The Feds got coal for Christmas this year

Full disclosure: Brian Higgins is a friend and a sometimes client. Also- this is long, but so is the comedy of errors in this community. If you believe a jolly fat man from the North Pole, keeps a list of who’s naughty and nice, slides down your chimney, leaves gifts for your kids, and flies Read More

Public records requests, Freedom of Information act requests and their importance to democracy

The NY Times headline reads “Hidden Pentagon Records Reveal Patterns of Failure in Deadly Airstrikes” and it outlines a pattern of corruption and lawlessness by our military that was responsible for killing civilians in a war zone. They were obtained through Freedom of Information requests beginning in March 2017 and lawsuits filed against the Defense Read More

Two years of indictable impotence

Full disclosure: Brian Higgins was a client and became a good friend. I still try to be as fair and impartial as possible. It was April 30, 2019, when Brian Higgins walked into the FBI office with binders full of documentation of how a registered sex offender got a contract to pick up the deceased Read More

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