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T. Evan Eosten Fisher, Esq.

Attorney Editor

T. Evan Eosten Fisher, Esq., Attorney Editor

Evan Fisher contributes to FindLaw primarily by verifying the legal accuracy of articles. Evan is an attorney licensed in three states with significant experience as both a municipal attorney and as a criminal prosecutor in both Maine and Texas. He leverages this experience as a prosecutor to ensure that FindLaw continues to provide accurate and timely information about criminal law.

Evan has researched and authored successful briefs to the highest courts in multiple states. Additionally, he is experienced in business transactions, real estate, land use, commercial contracts, immigration, and human rights. He holds a J.D. from the University of Minnesota School of Law and an LL.M. from Université Jean Moulin Law School in Lyon, France. When not immersing himself in the latest legal news, he is usually outdoors, where he enjoys hiking, skiing, running, sailing, and enjoying the natural beauty of Maine and New England with his family.

Latest Articles

  • Multiple States Rebuked for Denying Transgender Health Care

    With increasing frequency, federal courts are ruling in favor of plaintiffs who challenge state-law restrictions on the availability or coverage for medications and treatments sought by transgender patients. Two major appellate decisions have favored trans employees whose state employers sought to exclude their care from their health plans for…

  • States Challenge Accommodation Requirements for Workers Who Have Abortions

    With the constant political and legal battles surrounding the issue of abortion, it sometimes seems like people lose sight of the fact that an abortion is a medical procedure. Like any medical procedure, there can be complications, side effects, and recommended steps for recovery. Common side effects associated with…

  • Ukrainian Victim Initiates Legal Action Against Russians — in Argentinian Court

    A Ukrainian man, who uses the pseudonym “Mr. M” to protect his identity, has filed a complaint against the Russians who allegedly tortured him and another person who facilitated the international war crime. Although Ukrainian authorities have opened investigations and prosecutions of Russian war criminals since the 2022 invasion,…

  • Texas Woman Who Faced Prison for Illegal Vote Still Battling in Appeals Court

    A Texas appeal court has reversed the voting fraud conviction of Crystal Mason, a Black woman whose case grabbed headlines in 2018. Mason was convicted for casting a provisional ballot in the 2016 election while she was ineligible under state law. For her part, Mason always maintained that she…

  • How Did the Parents of the Michigan School Shooter End Up Facing Prison Time for Manslaughter?

    On November 30, 2021, fifteen-year-old high school student Ethan Crumbley, armed with a 9mm semiautomatic pistol, murdered four classmates and injured seven others. His legal consequences were resolved anticlimactically, with guilty pleas and a life sentence in prison, but the story of his murderous rampage occupied courts for years…

  • Federal Courts Uphold Limits on Guns but Not Ammo

    Two recent decisions from federal courts on opposite sides of the country illustrate the current widespread legal ambiguity surrounding constitutional limits on gun control. On the West Coast, a court found that a law limiting gun purchasers to only one new firearm each month was impermissible under the Constitution…

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