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Reischer & Reischer

1 Penn Plaza
New York, NY 10119
Phone:212-531-6250
Website: http://www.legaladvice.com/attorney/lawyers/David-Reischer-246
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David Reischer is a NY business attorney. David was admitted to the bar in New York in 2004 and specializes in real estate, mortgages, finance and general tax and estate planning law. He is committed to the traditions of client service, professional development, and community involvement, while embracing the innovations driving the legal profession in the 21st century.

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Attorneys in Firm     1
Attorney Bar Number     4139564
Practicing Law Since     2004

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    Hello, I am contacting you regarding your comments and information, from the above mentioned article. I AM SEEKING AN ATTORNEY REGARDING MY CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, AND CLEAR VIOLATIONS OF DUE PROCESS OF LAW, FOR A CASE THAT IS WELL DOCUMENTED IN ANOTHER STATE. PLEASE CONTACT ME THANK YOU KELLY STEWART DUNCAN stewart-duncan@net-c.com David Reischer, a lawyer for LegalAdvice.com, said he believes the practice is legal, although he pondered whether there is a constitutional case against it. “It is possible that the Fourth, the Fifth and [Fourteenth] Amendments may be used to strike down such a state statute but no case has, of yet, been before the U.S. Supreme Court,” he said. “The … Supreme Court may find that fingerprinting may not implicate the Fourth Amendment since it ‘involves none of the probing into an individual’s private life and thoughts that marks an interrogation or search. However, there may be a more compelling argument under the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments as in violation of ‘due process’ rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.” Posted by : Kelly Duncan   On: 11 Dec 2019
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