A Quick Breakdown Of Identifying Crucial Details For Family Lawyer

On March 20, 2016, Posted by , In Personal Injury Law, With No Comments

You litigation lawyer need the services of lawyers for so many reasons. Factors that Determine Lawyer Salary Not all lawyers are paid the same amount of money. If you want the hospital to help you with this, it won’t happen and if you want to know more just send questions….

So How Exactly Does A Business Law Attorney Be Of Assistance To You?

On January 28, 2015, Posted by , In Legal Services, With No Comments

In getting things going, a company regulation lawyer will be capable of lend a hand to you to safeguard online business authorizations and also various other lawful papers have your business totally working regardless the worry of requiring to shut down due to any sort of probable infraction. They would…

Murder trial delayed for lawyer accused of using forged power of attorney as lethal weapon

On January 12, 2015, Posted by , In Criminal Law, By , With No Comments

A double-murder trial scheduled in February for a Missouri lawyer accused of killing her father and his girlfriend in 2010 has been postponed at the request of the prosecution. Attorney Susan Elizabeth “Liz” Van Note, 47, is accused in the unusual case of not only shooting William Van Note, 67,…

Two Pharmacists are Accused of Second-degree murder in Meningitis Outbreak

On December 25, 2014, Posted by , In Criminal Law, By , , With No Comments

(DEBRA CASSENS WEISS) A federal indictment unsealed Wednesday accuses two pharmacists of second-degree murder in a 2012 fungal meningitis outbreak that killed at least 64 people and injured about 750 others. U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz announced the 131-count indictment Wednesday against the pharmacists and 12 other people associated with the…

Judge Says Lawyer’s Error Not Enough to Overturn Conviction

On December 21, 2014, Posted by , In Criminal Law, With No Comments

(Joel Stashenko) A defense lawyer’s decision not to call his forensics expert to the stand because the attorney misunderstood procedural rules of expert testimony did not deprive his client of meaningful representation, a judge ruled. Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Albert Tomei (See Profile) denied defendant Gregory Morency’s CPL §440.10 motion…

Jailed Lawyer Says Judge Illegally Ordered Drug Test on His Urine

On December 17, 2014, Posted by , In Criminal Law, With No Comments

(Katheryn Hayes Tucker and Kathleen Baydala Joyner) A former Fulton County prosecutor who is fighting to limit the damage drug convictions will have on his legal career was jailed in Cobb County by a judge who suspected the lawyer was again under the influence. Rand Csehy contends he was simply…

Former Lawmaker Faces Spouse-abuse Case; AG’s Office Says Wife’s Dementia Precluded Consent to Sex

On December 15, 2014, Posted by , In Criminal Law, By , , With No Comments

By all accounts, Donna Lou Young and Henry Rayhons were happily married. But the former Iowa lawmaker is now awaiting trial in a felony spouse-abuse case. He is accused of having sex with his wife in a nursing home when she was allegedly incapable of consent because of her dementia,…

And then Ferguson

On December 5, 2014, Posted by , In Criminal Law, By ,, , With No Comments

(Marcia L. McCormick) The start of the semester is always a bit of a frenzied mess. I’m usually rushing to revise my syllabi, get a head start on finer tuned preparation for classes, finish up a summer project, find my grown-up clothes, and get my kids organized for the start…

Nonprofit funds Drug Prosecutor and Cops, who Turn Addicts into Informants

On December 5, 2014, Posted by , In Criminal Law, By , With No Comments

(Debra Cassens Weiss) A nonprofit group formed by business leaders in Altoona, Pennsylvania, has funded a drug prosecutor and police efforts to fight the drug trade. The nonprofit, Operation Our Town, and the drug-busting operations it funds are drawing some critics, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. They argue the group is…

Tax and Criminal Law

On November 3, 2014, Posted by , In Criminal Law, By , , With No Comments

(Kristin Hickman) So here’s another interesting “tax and” topic:  the criminalization of tax shelters (and, possibly, tax practice?).  This is a thought I have only preliminarily considered, so I will merely present the problem and hope that those with more experience will weigh in.  Apologies in advance for a long…