California prosecutor who prosecuted women after stillbirths was ousted

Abortion rights supporters chant their objections at the Kentucky Capitol Wednesday, April 13, 2022, in Frankfort, Ky. Kentucky is one of at least four states with abortion-related ballot measures in 2022.AP Photo/Bruce Schreiner, File Keith Fagundes, district attorney for Kings County in California, lost his June 9 primary election. Fagundes …

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City hall press release Mayor Sylvester Turner invites proposals for National Creative Places Grant The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, in partnership with Houston Freedmen’s Town Conservancy, is the recipient of this year’s Our Town grant sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts. Photo by Rick Gardner. June 10, 2022 …

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Carrie Lam says Hong Kong hasn’t become ‘just another Chinese city’

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said the national security law was “absolutely necessary” to ensure Hong Kong’s stability. In an interview with CNBC on Friday, Lam said, “Looking back, I think the enactment and implementation of a national security law, along with subsequent improvements to the electoral system, is absolutely …

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Larry Nassar Survivors Demand Over $1 Billion From FBI For Failing To Intervene In Abuse

DETROIT — Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles and dozens of other women who say they were sexually assaulted by Larry Nassar are demanding more than $1 billion from the FBI for failing to arrest the convicted sports doctor when the agency first received allegations against him, lawyers said. Wednesday. There’s …

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Prosecutor Tony Buzbee – Houston Texans, others to be added as defendants in lawsuit against Deshaun Watson

Tony Buzbee, the attorney representing the 24 women who filed civil lawsuits against Deshaun Watson, said his law firm will “soon join the organization of the Houston Texans and others as defendants” in the lawsuits against the quarterback. On Tuesday, The New York Times reported that the nondisclosure agreement Watson …

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A recent decision has exposed a loophole in the Bankruptcy Code. Will the House of Representatives pass the Bankruptcy Threshold Adjustment and Technical Corrections Act to fix it? | Thompson Coburn LLP

On April 28, 2022, California Central District Bankruptcy Judge Ernest M. Robles issued a decision concerning the eligibility of a debtor to act as a small business debtor under Subchapter V of the Bankruptcy Code. In the decision, Judge Robles determined that the debtor, Phenomenon Marketing & Entertainment, LLC (“Phenomenon”), …

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CCHR Florida Hosts Mental Health Law Parental Rights Webinar

Tampa Bay-area attorney and former Deputy Public Defender for the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, Carmen Miller, Esq., will be the guest speaker at the mental health rights webinar. CCHR Florida’s head office is located in downtown Clearwater. It was reported during the Baker Act Task Force that approximately 30% of children …

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St. Paul city attorney settles libel case against former DFL lawmaker

The St. Paul City Attorney has reached a settlement agreement with a former state legislator to end a libel lawsuit that began more than four years ago. Former State Representative John Lesch, DFL-St. Paul, apologized for comments he made in 2018 about City Attorney Lyndsey Olson in a letter to …

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How Tender Relief Became One of WA’s Top Startups

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a giant swell of entrepreneurial activity. Many people have been laid off or furloughed, to begin with. They had to get creative to make ends meet with bills to pay and mouths to feed. What could be more creative than starting your own business? Additionally, …

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Doctor named in abortion case has nothing to do with trial

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – Dr. Thomas Dobbs has never involved himself in political struggles over reproductive health, but his name has become shorthand for a court case that could end abortion rights in the United States. If he has feelings about the situation, he pretty much keeps them to himself. …

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Family of slain teenager denounce county attorney’s decision

By Ken SainPersonal editor Anthony Cano’s family are unhappy with the Maricopa County prosecutor’s decision not to charge the Chandler police officer who fatally shot the 17-year-old boy twice in the back on Jan. 2, 2021. Anger – and the tears – always come quickly. “I think the county attorney …

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World Trial – Practices – Gibson Dunn

For the past decade, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher has been recognized as the top litigation firm in the country. Acclaimed as a litigation powerhouse, Gibson Dunn has a long list of outstanding trial successes. For exemple, The American lawyer named Gibson Dunn a finalist in its 2021 Litigation Department of …

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Reviews | Georgetown Law did the right thing with Ilya Shapiro

Placeholder while loading article actions David Cole, national legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union, is a professor at Georgetown University Law Center. When jurist Ilya Shapiro, days before starting his new job as head of a conservative constitutional law institute at Georgetown University Law Center, posted tweets in …

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Texas school shooting: Uvalde teacher had made peace with the idea that she was going to die, lawyer claims

What followed next would be “the most horrific thing anyone could have endured,” his lawyer Don Flanary told CNN, as a gunman killed 19 students and two teachers in the most gruesome mass shooting. murderer in a school for almost a decade. Marin went inside the school to report the …

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City Council Appoints 5 New Members to Repairs Commission, Calls for Action Against Sale of Illegal Fireworks, Approves $5.5 Million in Funding for Neighborhood

June 2, 2022 PRESS RELEASE Contact: Parker Gavigan, Director of Communications [email protected] Reparations Commission Providence, RI – At tonight’s city council meeting, councilors named five new members to the Providence Municipal Repair Commission. In 2022, Mayor Jorge Elorza formed the commission by executive order to provide recommendations on policies, programs, …

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Informed advice | Knowledge

As tough economic sanctions become more common, what can multinationals do to prepare for forced exits from countries or JVs? With record numbers of employees quitting and millions of unfilled jobs, how can boards ensure a healthy corporate culture that attracts and retains critical talent? We offer answers to both …

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The Dotted Line: Virginia bans ‘pay-if-paid’ contract language

This feature is part of “The Dotted Line” series, which takes an in-depth look at the complex legal landscape of the construction industry. To see the whole series, click here. Construction contractors in Virginia can now breathe a little easier when it comes to getting paid for their work. In …

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ALERT TO OSCAR HEALTH SHAREHOLDERS BY FORMER LOUISIANA ATTORNEY

NEW ORLEANS, May 30, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC (“KSF”) and his KSF partner, former Louisiana Attorney General Charles C. Foti, Jr., remind investors that they have until July 11, 2022 to file lead plaintiff claims in a securities class action lawsuit against Oscar Health, Inc. …

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PETRÓLEOS DEL PERÚ – PETROPERÚ SA Announces Satisfaction of the CESCE Amendment Condition of its Consent Solicitation

LimaPeru, May 30, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Petróleos del Perú – Petroperú SA (the “Company“) today announced satisfaction of the CESCE amendment condition related to its previously announced consent solicitation (the “Consent Solicitation“), being conducted on the terms and subject to the conditions set forth in the Consent Solicitation Statement dated …

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What are your rights in a personal injury case • LegalScoops

One of the terrible things that could happen to you is being injured in an accident. Whether you are involved in an automobile collision, a slip and fall accident or other accidents caused by someone else’s negligence, the physical, emotional and financial consequences cannot be overlooked. Depending on the extent …

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Then and Now: In Different Ways, Lowry Is a Fugitive Lawyer

Editor’s note: The following story appeared in the May 23 issue of the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal. “Then & Now” is the profile of a former member of the Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 class. ———————– When not working, Fayetteville patent attorney Meredith Lowry, partner at Wright Lindsey Jennings, is …

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Kentucky lawyers discuss Ky. gun laws, potential for reform after mass shooting in Uvalde

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – The Uvalde shooting has reignited a national debate over gun laws. Longtime Eastern Kentucky attorney Ned Pillersdorf says the lax laws here in the Commonwealth largely mirror those seen in Texas. “Kentucky is no different than Texas in terms of our laws being the most lenient …

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3 tips for choosing the right entity for your startup

The term “entity” in business refers to an organization run by an individual or a group of people. Each business entity operates under one of four different business structures. The structure dictates several things about the establishment, such as how it operates and how it is taxed. Some business entities …

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Floridians divided over ‘parental rights’, ‘don’t say gay’ law

Floridians are about evenly split on the new state law limiting classes on sexual orientation and gender identity, according to polling results from Florida Atlantic University. Debate over the law, formally called “Parental Rights in Education” and branded “Don’t Say Gay” by opponents, was fierce as it was being considered …

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Blank Rome Adds Finance and Transactions Partner to Chicago Office

By McCord Pagan (May 27, 2022, 7:05 p.m. EDT) — Blank Rome LLP has added as a partner a finance and transactions lawyer to its Chicago office who has experience advising private equity firms and financial institutions. Cynde H. Munzer, who joined from Dykema Gossett PLLC on May 23, joined …

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SC US Attorney steps up efforts to hold violent offenders accountable for gun crimes

COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) – South Carolina’s top federal prosecutor says gun violence in the state is skyrocketing to troubling levels. In 2020, the most recent year of comprehensive data, there were 571 murders statewide, an all-time high since that number was first tracked and 50% higher than it was. was …

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Nerve-saving small business management tips

In today’s fast-paced world, it’s hard to stay competitive in the market, especially for small businesses. Managing small businesses differs from managing large corporations, which are often required to focus on increasing shareholder value and share price. When starting your small business, there are many things that can break your …

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Turkey abandons victims of domestic violence

(Istanbul) – The Turkish government is failing victims of domestic violence, even as police and courts have issued a growing number of restraining orders meant to protect women and break cycles of abuse, Human Rights Watch said. in a report released today. The 85-page report, “Combatting Domestic Violence in Turkey: …

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Mitsubishi Electric Announces Director Nominees

TOKYO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO Prime Market:6503) announces that it has received the interim report on the results of the company-wide investigation and assessment of improper quality control practices by an inquiry committee composed of outside experts, and that in response, a meeting of the Nominations Committee was held on …

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Defamation lawsuit of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard: Heard’s lawyers end the case

On Tuesday, a deposition recorded in March from Walter Hamada, chairman of DC Films, which is a division of Warner Bros., was played for the jury in the libel lawsuit between Heard and her ex-husband, Johnny Depp. Hamada testified that “Aquaman” was the highest-grossing film ever made by the company. …

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Sebi fines entity Rs 5 lakh for fraudulent trading

Capital markets regulator Sebi on Tuesday imposed a fine of Rs 5 lakh on an entity for engaging in manipulative trading practices on shares of Allied Computers International (Asia) Ltd more than a decade ago. The order came after Sebi conducted a certificate investigation of Allied Computers International (Asia) …

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Welsh Human Rights Bill part of ‘inevitable’ decentralization | News

The devolution of the court system in Wales has taken another major step today, with the Welsh Government saying a separate jurisdiction is now ‘inevitable’. Ministers unveiled plans to review a Welsh Human Rights Bill, step up efforts to boost the legal sector in Wales and create a single, unified …

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Jury convicts man who robbed South Florida lawyer

Robbed by a gunman wielding a machine gun, attorney Robert Roemer excitedly called 911 to report the crime. He ended the call with an exclamation. “Let’s catch [him]“, he told the dispatcher. Three years later, a jury complied, convicting gunman Donavan Bell of a robbery caught on dramatic surveillance video …

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Convicted wife killer Harold Henthorn is back in court, claims attorney sold me down the river

(CBS4) – Harold Henthorn, convicted of murdering his second wife, Toni Henthorn, in 2012, will appear in federal court in Denver this week to seek that his conviction be overturned and he be granted a new trial, saying his attorney “has acted in his own interest, was dishonest” and committed …

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Some Binance employees suggested trading against their own users during Luna and UST Drawdown

Arman Shirinyan Binance CEO Could Have Made A Small Fortune Trading For His Own Users, But Instead He Fired Employees Who Suggested It During Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao’s latest AMA session, the CEO revealed that some Binance employees suggested trading against their own users during the Luna outage and making …

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Stricter federal medical privacy law could help protect abortion rights

Not so long ago, Republicans in the Missouri Legislature cited the need to protect patient privacy as justification for blocking a statewide prescription drug database. to combat opioid addiction. Pro-privacy Republicans are suddenly outnumbered now that patients’ rights are being directly attacked in the abortion debate. The issue of abortion, …

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Florida man burned to 75% of body after Taser shock could still face charges

A 26-year-old Florida man who was set on fire when a police officer shocked him earlier this year could still face criminal charges, Osceola County Sheriff Marcos Lopez announced this week. The officer who used the Taser, Deputy David Crawford, has been furloughed and will face a misdemeanor charge of …

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US lawyers don’t oppose lifting restrictions for Hinckley – NBC4 Washington

US government lawyers have indicated they will not oppose a plan to lift all remaining restrictions next month on John Hinckley Jr., the man who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in 1981. U.S. District Court Judge Paul L. Friedman in Washington ruled last year that Hinckley could be unconditionally …

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Chattanooga Motorcar Festival gets racing association sanction and more business news

Chattanooga Motorcar Festival Gets Racing Association Sanction The Chattanooga Motorcar Festival, which has scheduled its third annual event for Oct. 14-16, 2022, announced Friday that racing competition at the Pace Grand Prix at the Bend this year will be sanctioned by the Sportscar Vintage Racing Association. The approximately 2.4-mile purpose-built …

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Ukraine. What rights does international law give prisoners of war?

Placeholder while loading article actions Combatants captured by enemy forces during a conflict are protected by international law. As prisoners of war, they enjoy certain privileges, including humane treatment, medical care and rapid return to their home country at the end of a conflict. As Russia’s war in Ukraine continues, …

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Florida man ‘cooked alive’ after MP’s Taser ignited fuel at gas station, lawyers say

Lawyers for a Florida man say he is still fighting for his life after he was ‘cooked alive’ in February when a sheriff’s deputy allegedly deployed a Taser while the man was covered in gasoline while he was refueling his motorbike. Jean Barreto, 26, suffers third-degree burns over 75% of …

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Attorney General James recovers $36 million from H&M for illegally keeping money in unused gift cards

Popular fashion retailer H&M has kept millions of unused funds on gift cards thatShould have been transferred to the State’s Abandoned Property Fund H&M to be fined for repeatedly lying about its gift card business to the state NEW YORK – New York Attorney General Letitia James today recovered $36 …

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Looming Threat of Criminalization of Abortion Brings New Urgency to the Fight for Digital Privacy | News and Comments

As the shockwaves of the explosive release of a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion quashed Roe vs. Wade continue to resonate, questions and fears about our digital privacy and what comes next abound. To be clear: right now, abortion is still legal in this country. But according to the Guttmacher …

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California law requiring women to serve on corporate boards overturned

May 16 (Reuters) – A state court judge has declared unconstitutional a California law requiring public companies to include women on their boards, dealing another blow to the state’s efforts to diversify leadership companies. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Maureen Duffy-Lewis issued the ruling on Friday in favor of three …

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The Day – State’s attorney won’t press racial slur charges at Ledyard High basketball game

Ledyard – City Police announced on Monday that the New London State’s Attorney’s Office had found “insufficient probable cause” to bring charges after investigating an incident of racial slurs during or after a football game. Ledyard High School basketball on Feb. 5 with Bacon Academy. After the game, some adult …

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Key Wins Help Altron Improve Full-Year Performance

Mteto Nyati, CEO of Altron Group. JSE-listed technology group Altron scored key victories in the year that ended in February, lifting the group to double-digit growth from a year earlier. Altron today announced its full-year performance, saying its achievements included acquiring digital security firm Lawtrust to bolster its security business, …

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The dissidence understood well in the case of the mode of operation

In order to recover damages, persons who suffer injuries in a commercial retail establishment must normally prove that the premises were in an unsafe condition and that this condition was caused by the landlord or that the landlord had a actual or implied notice of its existence. Of course, where …

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Associate Superintendent and Executive Assistant to Superintendent Win Top Employee Awards — Neuse News

Herring holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of North Carolina, a law degree from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, and a master’s degree in educational administration from East Carolina University. Written endorsements of his nomination for the Administrator of the Year …

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The attorney general’s office was worthy of respect. Suella the minion dishonors him | Nick Cohen

IEarth was the scene of a Boris Johnson masterclass on deception. In the 2019 election, he fooled millions into thinking his “out of the box deal” was going to “Get Brexit Done!” and we need not worry about the warnings of John Major, Tony Blair and Theresa May about the …

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New York impact test affects anti-discrimination laws

Where is the impact of alleged employment discrimination? That is the question when assessing whether a remote worker can claim rights under the New York State Human Rights Law (“NYSHRL”) and the New York City Human Rights Law (“NYCHRL”), according to a recent ruling by U.S. District Judge Edgardo Ramos. …

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What Attorney General candidates say about Gascon and Boudin recalls

At the local level, California district attorneys arguably have more power to influence daily life and events than the attorney general. And nowhere have we seen the impact of this direct influence more than in Los Angeles and San Francisco as the progressive policies of their respective district attorneys – …

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Russia imposes sanctions on Gazprom units in Europe and the United States, which co-owns the pipeline

The Russian government publishes the list of companies concerned The presidential decree of May 3 had prohibited trade with the companies on the list LONDON, May 11 (Reuters) – Moscow has imposed sanctions on the owner of the Polish part of the Yamal gas pipeline which carries Russian gas to …

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Law Firm of Alfred G. Yates Jr. PC Announces Investigation of Schweitzer-Mauduit International, Inc. (NYSE: SWM) and Encourages Investors to Contact the Firm

PITTSBURGH, Pa./ACCESSWIRE/May 10, 2022/ The law firm of Alfred G. Yates Jr. PC announces that it is investigating Schweitzer-Mauduit International, Inc. GDS on behalf of the shareholders of the company. On March 28, 2022, SWM announced that it had entered into an agreement to acquire Neenah, Inc. (“Neenah”) in an …

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Former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama provides insight into Lauderdale County escape

LAUDERDALE COUNTY, Ala. (WIAT) – After nearly two weeks on the run, authorities say the manhunt for Casey White and Vicky White has ended in a police chase in Indiana. 5 injured in shooting in Tuscaloosa There are many layers to this case: there’s the relationship between Vicky and Casey …

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RSN airs costly venture for Sinclair

It’s May and the Orioles aren’t last in the AL East. I REPEAT: IT’S MAY, AND THE ORIOLES ARE NOT LAST IN THE EASTERN AL. Much of the feedback I’ve seen about Sinclair’s planned local sports streaming service pricing has been negative, with most complaints being about the high price. …

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Suburban Phoenix is ​​a cautionary tale for Democrats hoping to galvanize voters on abortion

PHOENIX, May 9 (Reuters) – Laura Wilson is a mother of three who lives in the sprawling northern suburb of Phoenix, a hotly contested electoral area in Arizona that could decide which party will control the U.S. Senate after the congressional elections of November. Wilson, 61, is pro-choice, voted for …

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Alabama Court of Appeals rules against high-profile death row inmate

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – The Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals has ruled against Toforest Johnson on a prosecutorial misconduct complaint, upholding a capital murder conviction questioned by an extraordinary array of leaders in Alabama’s legal community. The court repeatedly emphasized in its May 6 ruling that the only issue it …

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Attorney Dale Bryant talks about former client Casey White

Casey White and Vicky White appear in images released by the Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office, Ala, respectively. and by the US Marshals Service. The search continues for a missing murder suspect and the sheriff’s deputy who allegedly helped him escape from jail, but the inmate’s former attorney has expressed concerns …

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Future companies will sell insurance business to avoid insolvency

Future Enterprises plans to raise Rs 3,000 crore by selling its stake in insurance business New Delhi: Future Enterprises Ltd, a debt-laden Future Group company, expects to raise about Rs 3,000 crore by selling its stake in the insurance business to reduce its debt, which could save the company from …

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Official autopsy results show Patrick Lyoya was shot in the back of the neck, medical examiner says

The official autopsy also showed that Lyoya’s blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit, experts who saw a copy of the medical examiner’s report told the Detroit Free Press, which first reported the results. The Kent County Medical Examiner’s Office autopsy report was obtained by the Detroit Free …

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Collecting Feedback: Implementing a Customer Feedback Program | Legal Marketing Association (LMA)

By Victoria Davis Note: The following article shares insights from the February LMA Solo/Small Team SIG roundtable, which focused on conducting customer surveys and implementing a customer feedback program .. Pandemic restrictions may be coming to an end, but COVID-19 continues to impact how law firms conduct business. Now more …

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Weber State grad is the new US Attorney in Utah | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo provided, University of Utah College of Law Trina A. Higgins SALT LAKE CITY — A graduate of Weber State University is the new U.S. Attorney for the District of Utah, nominated by President Joe Biden and confirmed by the Senate. Trina A. Higgins was sworn …

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Morgan Stanley names 10 SMEs to its academy

Morgan Stanley’s Institute for Inclusion and Morgan Stanley’s Supplier Diversity Program have established the bank’s inaugural Small Business Academy class, according to a press release, which will promote equity and diversity small business leaders. The initiative will help small businesses improve their sourcing, business acumen and professional networks. The report …

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#382: Is soloing the right way?, with Carolyn Elefant

05/05/22 #382: Is soloing the right way?, with Carolyn Elefant The lawyer talks to Solo by Choice author Carolyn Elefant about starting a solo law firm and whether going solo is good for… 03/05/22 #381: Get More Clients Through Automation, with Lawmatics (Sponsored) Zack Glaser, interviews Lawmatics Founder and CEO …

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Eaton triumphs in primary – The Daily Reporter

Brent Eaton reacts seconds after the final results of the Hancock County prosecutors’ race were announced. Eaton retained his position by defeating his challenger Gray Chandler in a closely contested campaign. Tuesday, May 3, 2022. Tom Russo | Daily journalist HANCOCK COUNTY — Brent Eaton shot his arms in the …

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Attorney General Josh Kaul questions applicability of 173-year-old abortion ban

A 173-year-old abortion ban in Wisconsin could come back into effect as soon as this summer if a draft opinion from the US Supreme Court takes effect – but questions about the ban’s applicability are rising. are already profiled. The ban, approved by the state legislature in 1849, made abortion …

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Appalachian Regional Health System and UNC Health Sign Affiliation Agreement

BOONE, NC and CHAPEL HILL, NC–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Appalachian Regional Health System (ARHS) Board of Trustees and the UNC Health Board of Trustees today announced the approval of a comprehensive management services agreement (MSA) and term between the two organizations to expand local health services and improve access to resources for …

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U.S. Supreme Court set to strike down nationwide legal abortion rights, leaked documents show

The decision has been called the “biggest restriction of rights in the last 50 years”. A leaked document has suggested that the US Supreme Court is set to strike down the nation’s abortion rights. The court has tentatively voted to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v Wade decision, according to …

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Governor Ivey announces two additional mental health crisis centers

MONTGOMERY— Governor Kay Ivey on Monday announced funding for two additional mental health crisis centers, further expanding Alabama’s crisis care system. The two new centers add to four existing centers in Huntsville, Birmingham, Montgomery and Mobile, which currently serve people with mental illness and substance use disorders at tiered levels …

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PSU seeks $163,000 in attorney fees in trademark case | News, Sports, Jobs

STATE COLLEGE — Penn State is seeking $163,143 in attorneys’ fees from a Florida businessman who in March was permanently banned from using any form of the university’s trademark. U.S. Intermediate District Judge Jennifer P. Wilson did not award damages when she ordered Paul L. Parshall because she …

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Downtown Lafayette supporters savor turnout and results as voters renew tax support | Business

Lafayette’s Downtown Development Authority won in a tax renewal effort on Saturday, winning 71% of the vote and promising stable funding to energize downtown for another 15 years. The vote was the first on the mile since 2007. Almost 25% of voters in five constituencies – there were 634 eligible …

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Disney executive leaves after three months of fighting Florida’s Parents’ Rights Act

Jhe Walt Disney Company’s general affairs director is stepping down after three months of fighting Florida’s Parents’ Rights in Education Act. Geoff Morrell reportedly said that after discussing the situation with CEO Bob Chapek, he realized he was not the “right fit” for the public relations job. “After three months …

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5 Best Immigration Lawyers in Honolulu, HI

Below is a list of the top and leading immigration lawyers in Honolulu. To help you find the best immigration lawyers near you in Honolulu, we’ve compiled our own list based on this bullet point list. Honolulu’s Top Immigration Lawyers: The top rated immigration lawyers in Honolulu, HI are: Aloha …

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Northampton lawyer and prominent community member Ed Etheredge, who helped NETA dispensary find its location, is retiring from law after nearly 50 years

Edward D. Etheredge sat down and looked in his library. The books detailed Massachusetts court proceedings dating back to the 1970s, however, they meant something more to him. Chapters of his nearly 50-year career in the practice of law have been inscribed within these pages; he thinks as he prepares …

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LIC will continue as a government entity, assures the president

New Delhi: The Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) is entering its third phase, or LIC 3.0, according to the chairman of the state-owned insurance and investment company, MR Kumar. He called it LIC 3.0, referring to the insurance giant’s decision to go public next month. The company plans to launch an …

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In re Estate of Vines TX Court upholds appellant waived rights

Related practices and jurisdictions In In re Domain of Vines, a probate court has appointed a receiver for a business owned by a deceased. No. 01-21-00003-CV, 2022 Tex. App. LEXIS 2327 (Tex. App.—Houston [14th Dist.] April 12, 2022, no pets. the story). After the deceased’s death, her grandchildren challenged a …

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Law School Announces New Members of Business Law Advisory Council

Photos submitted From left to right: Marissa A. Savells, Curtis Box II and Theresa Fette. The U of A Law School has named its new members of the Business Law Advisory Council. Each of these new board members began their terms in the spring of 2022. CURTIS …

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McDuffie not voting for attorney general, DC appeals court rules

Placeholder while loading article actions The DC Court of Appeals on Thursday upheld a Board of Elections decision that eliminated Kenyan Attorney General nominee R. McDuffie from the June primary ballot, accepting a rival’s argument that McDuffie’s decade on the Board of DC does not meet the statutory requirements for …

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Twitter scraps earnings forecast, cites Elon Musk acquisition status

‘Kennedy’ panel reacts to Twitter algorithm and federal probe into Hunter Biden heatup. Twitter investors have little visibility on the future after the social media company dropped earnings forecasts citing the deal with Tesla CEO Elon Musk to go private at $54.20 a share. Teleprinter Security Last Switch Switch % …

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Letter to the Editor: Want Martial Law? Try Living in Russia Right Now – Detroit Lakes Tribune

The following is a letter to the editor submitted to Perham Focus by a reader. It does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the newspaper. To submit a letter, email [email protected] . ———————————————————- For the editor: On several occasions over the past two years, Michael Flynn, the disgraced former general …

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Ramtin Sadighim Law Firms Are Dedicated To Injury Victims Across California

Encino, California, USA – April 27, 2022 — Ramtin Sadighim’s award-winning law firms are emerging in the legal industry as a compassionate, diligent and results-oriented law firm. Their attorneys are focused on providing their clients with high quality legal representation while seeking the maximum financial compensation for personal injury victims. …

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The Chetu Foundation donates $100,000 to the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Foundation for a new sensory room for autism

SUNRISE, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–In honor of April being Autism Awareness Month, the Chetu Foundation – the non-profit entity of global custom software developer, Chetu – along with the Bansal family, today announced donated $100,000 to the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Foundation to name a new sensory room to help children with …

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Japan: increase rights when traveling to Southeast Asia

(Tokyo) – Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is expected to press the governments of Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam to improve their human rights record during his next visit to those three countries, Human said. Rights Watch today. Kishida would visit the countries from late April to early May 2022. “Japan …

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How to Obtain a Personal Loan to Cover Legal Expenses

How to Obtain a Personal Loan to Cover Legal Expenses

Legal costs can become complicated. There are numerous kinds, and they can rapidly add up. Although every case is unique, however, many people end up paying thousands of dollars to hire an attorney. For instance, the legal defense cost for the case of a DUI rapidly climbs up to $8,000. A collaborative divorce could …

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Attorney General James directs law enforcement on protecting tenants’ right to organize

Attorney General James directs law enforcement on protecting tenants’ right to organize | New York State Attorney General Select a language below / Selection of Idioma Abajo Warning This Google™ translation feature is provided for informational purposes only. The Attorney General’s Office website is available in English. However, the “Google …

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Lawyer’s Question Postpones Delta Prison Site Decision | News, Sports, Jobs

ESCANABA — Escanaba’s plans to hire a new city attorney collided with plans to redevelop the former Delta County Jail on Thursday. “I wish we didn’t have to postpone it” Council member Tyler Dubord said of council’s plan to award the development project Thursday. “I really wish we …

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Fuel crisis: consumers need stronger protection

Company Fuel crisis: consumers need stronger protection Monday, April 25, 2022 People line up with jerry cans at a gas station in the town of Eldoret, Uasin Gishu County, which had the precious commodity on Monday, April 04, 2022. PHOTO | JARED NYATAYA | NMG By CATHY MPUTHIAMore from this …

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Human rights campaign condemns Tennessee Governor Bill Lee for enacting unnecessary law to perpetuate discrimination against transgender students

Over the past three years, anti-LGBTQ groups and politicians singled out transgender children to deny them access to gender-affirming medical treatment, prevent them from participating in sports teams that conform to their gender identity, and deny them access to bathrooms. 2020 set a record number of anti-transgender bills tabled with …

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5 Best Traffic Lawyers in Colorado Springs, CO

Below is a list of the top and leading traffic attorneys in Colorado Springs. To help you find the best traffic lawyers located near you in Colorado Springs, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of rating points. Colorado Springs’ Best Traffic Lawyers: The top rated traffic …

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Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich changes his tone on the election as he campaigns for the Senate

Placeholder while loading article actions As bogus claims of stolen elections took hold in 2020, Arizona’s attorney general – a Republican – spoke out on national television. Donald Trump had to lose the swing state, he said on Nov. 11, and “no facts” suggested that would change. This month, Mark …

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NFL Defenses Brian Flores Lawsuit – Sportico.com

Lawyers for Brian Flores and the NFL revealed key legal arguments in a planning brief sent Thursday to presiding judge Valerie Caproni. It was the first time the NFL had explained its defenses. A defense jumped: Flores, according to the NFL, undermines his case by saying he was fired by …

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Governor Abbott Hosts Roundtable with Law Enforcement in San Antonio | Texas Governor’s Office

April 21, 2022 | Austin, TX | Press release Governor Greg Abbott today held a roundtable with law enforcement officials from the Bexar County area, where he reaffirmed his commitment to supporting blue. The governor and law enforcement officials discussed the importance of bail reform and funding for police departments, …

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Can a conservative win? – Cal Matters

In summary Conservative candidates for California attorney general have been advocating to break the Democratic grip on statewide offices since 2006. Eric Early, Nathan Hochman and Anne Marie Schubert say voter concern over crime and public safety will help them unseat incumbent Rob Bonta. When California voters last elected a …

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Featured / Quote of the week – News

Oilcan Harry’s, the Warehouse District’s longtime gay bar, could be demolished (or saved) by a new skyscraper on Fourth Street. Oilcan and developer, Hanover Co., have reached a tentative deal that would maintain the club’s historic warehouse facade while altering the interior and adding a skyscraper at the top. The …

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Supreme Court debates whether Miranda’s warnings are a constitutional right

WASHINGTON — If there’s one constitutional protection known to anyone who owns a television, it’s the familiar disclaimer required by the 1966 Supreme Court ruling in Miranda v. Arizona. But the constitutional status of the Miranda warnings has long been disputed and remains unclear, as an argument from the Supreme …

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Fewer vehicles, more expensive vehicles impacting Boone County Sheriff’s Office fleet

HARRISON, Ark. (KY3) – Law enforcement agencies, like the Boone County Sheriff’s Office, are reporting issues with purchasing new vehicles amid current vehicle price trends. The sheriff’s office sets aside $90-100,000 for new vehicles each year. Chief Deputy Roy Martin says he can usually afford three to five new cars, …

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Here’s what the GOP’s 3 Maricopa County prosecutor candidates have said about priorities for office, elections

PHOENIX — Responses to questions posed to the three Republican nominees for Maricopa County acting attorney were released Monday by the Board of Overseers, covering topics including priorities for office and the 2020 election. Anni Foster, Gina Godbehere and Rachel Mitchell are interviewing for the chance to serve as county …

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AM Best assigns credit ratings to Ascot Surety & Casualty Company

OLDWICK, NJ–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AM Best assigned a financial strength rating of A (Excellent) and a long-term credit rating of “a+” (Excellent) to Ascot Surety & Casualty Company (ASCC) (Parker, CO). The outlook attributed to these Credit Ratings (ratings) is stable. The entity is added as a member of the Ascot Insurance …

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Why land rights are essential to help indigenous peoples — and our forests

Growing up in Camiguin, an island in the southern Philippines known for its seven volcanoes and the lanzone fruits that grow only in this region, Nonette Royo went to the forest with her father. “Often he would look me straight in the eye and say, ‘Spirits, forests, lanzones, they feed …

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Lawyer: Cowboys player Kelvin Joseph in an SUV, but did not shoot

DALLAS (AP) — Dallas Cowboys cornerback Kelvin Joseph was riding in an SUV from which a man was shot and killed about two months ago, Joseph’s attorney said Friday. According to a statement from Dallas police, 20-year-old Cameron Ray was shot dead around 2 a.m. on March 18 outside a …

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A Beginner’s Tax Guide for the Self-Employed

Many people dream of becoming self-employed, but you are different: you actually have a chance of succeeding. You have the start-up capital and a solid business plan that will help you make your dream a reality. Get every dollar you deserve with unlimited tax advice from experts who know self-employment …

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Arizona court won’t stop sex lawsuits naming Boy Scouts and others

PHOENIX (AP) — Victims of long-ago child sexual abuse in Arizona can sue groups like the Boy Scouts of America after the state Supreme Court dismissed claims that a state law extending the right of victims to sue was unconstitutional. Arizona is among many states that have responded to child …

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Online marketplace Letgo sued over Denver-area murders

By Thomas Peipert, The Associated Press Online marketplace Letgo is facing a wrongful death lawsuit after parents of five children were shot and robbed while using the app to try to buy a used SUV in suburban Denver in 2020. The lawsuit filed Thursday in federal court on behalf of …

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Lexwerx law firm offers the skills of a lawyer and a CPA

Lawyer and CPA Paul Ferreira combines his knowledge of law and accounting to help his clients with their will, trust and estate planning needs. Paul Ferreira belongs to a group of doubly qualified professionals, lawyers who are also certified public accountants (CPA). Or, depending on their choice of practice, CPAs …

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WaPo column rips parental rights laws as ‘homophobic’, compares itself to black people being denied gun licenses

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! A Washington Post column claimed on Wednesday that the implementation of laws barring young children from being educated about sexual orientation and gender identity in the classroom is similar to black people being denied work permits. guns, and has insinuated that lawmakers …

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Governor Abbott Appoints Three People to Texas State Library and Archives Commission | Texas Governor’s Office

April 12, 2022 | Austin, TX | Appointment Governor Greg Abbott appointed Nancy Painter Paup to the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) for a term that will expire September 28, 2027. Additionally, Governor Abbott reappointed David Iglesias and Martha Wong, Ed.D. for terms expiring Sept. 28, 2027. The …

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Kennedy will no longer run as a prosecutor | News

After serving two terms as state’s attorney for Rutland County, Rose Kennedy said Monday she will not seek re-election. His chief assistant prosecutor, however, is seeking the Democratic nomination to succeed him. Ian Sullivan, 35, who served as chief assistant district attorney for three years, announced he plans to run …

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HHS Issues Guidance Clarifying Obligations of HIPAA-Covered Entities | Rivkin Radler LLP

On March 22, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued guidance clarifying Covered Entities’ obligations to require their business associates to comply with HIPAA Administrative Simplification Requirements for Standards for Electronic Transactions of healthcare, code sets, unique identifiers, and operating rules. Although these requirements apply only to …

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Women’s rights activists are like ANTI-SEMITES, says Scottish minister

Women’s rights activists are like ANTI-SEMITES, says Scottish minister: fury at Lorna Slater’s ‘grossly offensive’ comparison between feminists fighting against trans rights laws and racists Lorna Slater is a minister in Nicola Sturgeon’s government under the Green-SNP deal Ms Slater, 46, spoke out after feminists criticized new sex reassignment legislation …

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Tampa Lawyer Makes Movie About ‘The Almost Beatle’ | News

By PAUL GUZZO, Tampa Bay Times TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Longtime Beatles fan Mark Bentley thought he knew everything about the legendary rock pioneers. But then he learned the whole story of little-known Colin Hanton, who he now calls “the almost Beatle.” Hanton was a drummer for The Quarrymen. He …

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Chapman Appointed Chief Medical Officer, New Lawyer at Breazeale Sachse, Staff Move to Zehnder | Business

Red Stick Dr. Casey Chapman was appointed chief medical officer for GI Alliancethe nation’s largest independent gastroenterology service organization. Chapman is a leader in gastrointestinal clinical research, inflammatory bowel disease, and physician quality improvement efforts. He has been Regional Medical Director for Clinical Research and Education since July 2016. Chapman …

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SCOTUS Could (and Should) Repeal California’s Animal Rights Law

The United States Supreme Court has agreed to hear a significant challenge to a terrible, regressive California animal rights law that violates the US Constitution, fairness and common sense. The challenge was deposit by the biggest in the country pork producers, most of whom may no longer be able to …

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Legal problems of romantic relationships in the office

With employees returning to the physical office, employers are likely going to have to deal with a number of headaches they haven’t had to deal with during the COVID-19 pandemic. One of those headaches involves office romance. According to a recent Wall Street Journal article, a January 2022 survey by …

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Josh Morton, longtime lawyer and former Stanly County GOP leader, dies – Reuters

Joshua J. Morton Jr., former Stanly County Republican Party leader and Chairman of the Board of Commissioners, died Wednesday at his home in Albemarle. He was 81 years old. “Josh Morton was a good friend, a good lawyer and a good citizen,” said Charles Brown, a friend and fellow lawyer. …

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Saif Al Dahbashi appointed Managing Director of Edge Group Al Taif entity

Abu Dhabi – UAE: EDGE, the region’s leading advanced technology group and one of the top 25 in the world, has announced the appointment of Saif Ali Al Dahbashi as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of its AL TAIF entity, the UAE’s leading national provider of lifecycle support for military land …

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Does Marsy’s law diminish the rights of the accused? : The debate lingers on its second anniversary | Straight

MADISON (WKOW) Thursday marks the second anniversary of the historic statewide vote on the Victims of Crime Constitutional Amendment, commonly known as Marsy’s Law. Marsy’s Law is named after Marsalee “Marsy” Nicholas, who was killed by her ex-boyfriend in 1983. While victims of crime praise this law, opponents say it …

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