Join us as we follow the development of this Perfect Fourth story in the news: "Strip-Search Case Could Reshape Supreme Court’s Immunity Doctrine" by Law.com and National Law Journal.
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Baker Botts Files Cert Petition Asking SCOTUS to Reconsider Qualified Immunity Precedents in Preschool Strip Search Case
Read the press release which mentions Theresa Sidebotham and Telios Law and their involvement with the ongoing certiorari petition with SCOTUS.
Theresa Sidebotham and Telios Law are both mentioned in a recent article about an ongoing court case involving a religious school Dallas, Texas.
On Thursday, March 23, 2017 Theresa Sidebotham of Telios Law PLLC attended the March meeting of the Digital Images Task Force.
Read more about Theresa's debate defending Religious Liberty in the Public Square.
Theresa Sidebotham of Telios Law was listed in "Top Attorneys of 2016" for Church Law and Appellate Law by the Colorado Springs Style magazine.
Theresa Sidebotham of Telios Law and co-counsel Craig Shultz of Shultz Law are celebrating a victory at trial in Wichita, Kansas.
Theresa Sidebotham of Telios Law testified in the Legislature regarding the need for safety procedures for children during the collection of photographic evidence of child abuse or neglect.
Telios Law PLLC files a complaint over strip-searching children against the Executive Director of the Colorado DHS, Reggie Bicha, Richard Bengtsson, Shirley Rhodus, and against El Paso County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC), comprised of Sallie Clark, Darryl Glenn, Dennis Hisey, Amy Lathen, and Peggy Littleton.
Theresa Lynn Sidebotham testified on February 9, 2015 in front of the House Education Committee on a bill that would have protected student religious liberty rights on campus.