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Apple and FBI quarrel about Internet Security

U.S. Attorney Kendall Coffey spoke to CNNMoney about his thoughts on Apple’s defense about Internet security. Kendall explained that it is unusual for an enormous company to oppose with the FBI. “What’s striking about this scenario is the opposition in the face of a court order,” Coffey said. “It signals it’s going to be a big fight. A lot of companies don’t want to be on the wrong side of the FBI. Their jurisdiction is broad, and it can be akin to tugging on Sup

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Kendall on the late Justice Antonin Scalia

“While Justice Scalia was best known for conservatism, he was a leading protector of jury trials and he transformed the frequently harsh sentencing guidelines into advisory rather than binding criteria.” – Kendall Coffey on the late Justice Antonin Scalia   Photo via Erik Cox Photography / Shutterstock.com

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Kendall Coffey: SCOTUS’ View on Obamacare Ominous

~ Kendall Coffey, on the Supreme Court’s decision to hear an appeal to subsidies as part of Obamacare. “What’s striking is that they don’t seem to want to wait very long with respect to the issue of Obamacare. The Supreme Court isn’t waiting to see what a lot of different circuit courts of appeal around the country will do. This time, they’re moving ahead with the issue – and it’s got to be somewhat ominous for the administration because of the interest the Supreme Court has shown.” 2014 Newsmax Interview .

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Kendall Coffey on Same Sex Marriage

“That’s the momentum that’s in our midst and it’s going to continue. […] I think the vast majority […] are going to rule in favor of allowing gay marriage.” – Kendall Coffey on the inevitability of marriage equality. 2013 Newsmax Interview http://www.newsmax.com/Newsmax-Tv/jersey-same-sex-marriage/2013/09/27/id/528151/

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Kendall Coffey addresses the trial of Chuckie Taylor

“…what’s so important about this law is, it applies to torture wherever it takes place in the world if one is perpetrated by a U.S. citizen, which happened to be the case with this defendant, but also, if somebody else steps foot in the United States who has committed torture crimes in a foreign country, that person can also be prosecuted.” Kendall Coffey on the trial of Chuckie Taylor.