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Work-comp bill gets breakthrough
A major breakthrough has developed for the Legislature’s workers’ compensation reform bill, with Gov. Brian Schweitzer’s administration coming on board as the result of amendments that were agreed to
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Ask the Author: Interview with Ross Guberman
Ross Guberman, the President of Legal Writing Pro, discusses his new book, Point Made: How to Write Like the Nation’s Top Advocates .
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Experts cite costs, red tape of birthright citizenship plan
All parents applying for birth certificates would be asked about citizenship or immigration status.
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Today in Tallahassee: Outlawing sex with animals?
By Marc Caputo, Times/Herald Tallahassee Bureau Wednesday, March 23, 2011 TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Senate is ready to take a stand: Having sex with animals is wrong. Since 2008, the Senate has tried to make bestiality illegal. But for some reason the Florida House has decided to allow the practice to continue without the threat of punishment. The legislation was proposed after a suspect …
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Program connects aggrieved workers with lawyers
Lots of workers complain about their bosses. In fact, tens of thousands of employees each year go so far as to take their concerns to the Department of Labor — more grievances than the agency can handle.
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Program connects aggrieved workers with lawyers
Lots of workers complain about their bosses. In fact, tens of thousands of employees each year go so far as to take their concerns to the Department of Labor — more grievances than the agency can handle.
Read more on Everett Herald

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Boca Raton Criminal Defense Lawyer John J. Richardson on Prime News

John Richardson discusses with Mark Eiglarsh, Criminal Defense Attorney, about a Judge that is being sued for ordering a man to spank his step-daughter in court for not going to school.
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All criminal defense is war that calls not only for skill in battle and knowing when, how, and best to defend and attack, but also intelligence and information about the judge, jury panel, prosecutor, opposing witnesses and the lay of the rest of the land. Since 1991, Maryland (licensed in 1989) and Virginia (licensed in 1997) criminal defense/DWI/DUI/drunk driving defense lawyer Jon Katz has defended over 2000 clients in criminal court for drug charges, drunk driving charges, sex-related charges, homicide charges, weapons charges, and a wide range of other criminal charges. He has never prosecuted and never will. Visit us at katzjustice.com and http Jon is AV-rated, Super Lawyers-listed, and 10.0 AVVO-rated. . DISCLAIMER: See here: katzjustice.com .
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New York Divorce Lawyer Lisa Beth Older News Reels.wmv

New York Divorce Lawyer Lisa Beth Older appearing on MSNBC, CNN, Fox News as a legal expert commenting on Anna Nicole Smith, child abduction, paternity, DNA testing, UCCJEA, Tiger Woods Divorce, custody, spousal support, prenuptial agreements, Massachusetts gay marriage ruling.
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Dallas Divorce Law presents Louise Raggio, called the “Mother of Family Law in Texas,” worked for women’s rights for well over a half century. This video has been used to introduce the endowed lecture series at Southern Methodist University SMU named for her. The video has clips of some of the past speakers including Gloria Steinem and Gwen Ifell. Mrs. Raggio founded the Dallas law firm of Raggio & Raggio in 1956 with her husband and where her three sons and other lawyers continue the practice of family and divorce law. For more information, including about her book “Texas Tornado”, see www.raggiolaw.com.
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Latest “Trial Lawyers” News

George Dohrmann: Sizing up the key figures in the Barry Bonds trial
The start of the perjury trial against former San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds this week doesn’t guarantee that the BALCO scandal — now in its ninth year — has reached an absolute end, but it represents a culmination of sorts: The scandal’s most recognizable figure finally stands before a jury.
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Lack of Disciplinary Action Exposes Patients to Dangerous Doctors, Chicago Medical Malpractice Attorney Says
Chicago medical negligence lawyer Patrick A. Salvi says he is dismayed by a report showing that a high percentage of Illinois doctors who have been punished by their hospitals for negligence or misconduct end up escaping any sanctions from the state’s medical disciplinary board.
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Supreme Court Takes Death Row Appeal of Cory Maples
The justices will consider whether a missed filing deadline in a case involving a death row inmate may be excused in unusual circumstances.
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WLNS TV 6 Lansing Jackson Michigan News and Weather – WLNS.COM | Man convicted in 2008 sulfuric acid bomb attack

WLNS TV 6 Lansing Jackson Michigan News and Weather – WLNS.COM | Man convicted in 2008 sulfuric acid bomb attack
STANTON, Mich. (AP) – A Michigan man who authorities say planted a sulfuric acid bomb that maimed a man dating his ex-girlfriend has been convicted of possession or use of a harmful device causing injury.
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Davis gets work release in assault case
NORRISTOWN — An 18-year-old Perkiomen Township man serving prison time for having indecent contact with two girls won’t be eligible for a work-release program until May, a judge has ruled.
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Machete jury is still out
NASHUA, N.H. – A jury failed to reach a verdict after 90 minutes of deliberations Thursday in the trial of a man who admits killing a mother and maiming her daughter in a machete and knife attack and claims he was insane when he committed the crimes.
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