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  • WV Attorney General urges caution during tax season CHARLESTON, W.V. – As tax season gets into full swing, West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey encourages residents to use caution when preparing and filing tax documents. The deadline to file tax returns is April 18. “Tax preparation involves … Read more on WOWK New York attorney general: Trump University a scam Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is facing three lawsuits that claim Trump University, a real estate program launched by Trump from 2005 to 2010, was a fraud that took $ 40 million. CNN's Drew Griffin reports. Read more on CNN Fox Lake cop's widow gets new attorney, seeks dismissal of charges The widow of former Fox Lake police Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz has a new attorney representing her in the criminal case stemming from the investigation into her husband's death. One of the attorneys representing Melodie Gliniewicz, who was indicted … Read more on Chicago Tribune Attorney Elizabeth Rosenbaum honored Attorney Elizabeth A. Rosenbaum of Jefferson, S.D., was named the 2015 South Dakota Attorney of the Year by the University of South Dakota School of Law, Women in Law organization. Rosenbaum is a 1988 graduate of the USD School of Law and her … Read more on Sioux City Journal

  • Judge denies motion to halt voter citizenship requirement Richard J. Leon, the judge presiding over the issue, denied the request. “Plaintiffs ask this Court to issue a temporary restraining order enjoining defendants the EAC and Mr. Newby from enforcing his decisions and 'to take all actions necessary to … Read more on Fox News Judge halts deal in email case against Pa. Supreme Court Justice Eakin PITTSBURGH – A judge in the offensive email case against Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice J. Michael Eakin prevented a deal from being presented during a hearing Thursday afternoon. "We had a deal," said Bill Costopoulos, an attorney for Eakin, said … Read more on Judge quotes 'The Wire' after dismissing criminal case against Rick Perry The 6-2 decision by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, which is dominated by elected Republican judges, frees Perry from a long-running criminal case that blemished the exit of one of the most powerful Texas governors in history and hung over his … Read more on New York Post

  • Cops: Felony DWI follows Guilderland stop that took half-mile GUILDERLAND — A driver who failed to indicate several lane changes — and who kept driving a half-mile after police started to stop him — is charged with drunken driving with a 10-year-old in the car, town officers said. Police said they tried to … Read more on Albany Times Union

  • The Law Offices of Howard G. Smith Announces the Filing of a Securities Class … BENSALEM, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Law Offices of Howard G. Smith announces that a class action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of investors who purchased Natural Health Trends Corporation (“Natural Health Trends” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq: NHTC) … Read more on Business Wire (press release) York man arrested for Leandra's Law DWI Kamagy also had a three-year-old child in the vehicle. Police say Kamagy performed to a breath test with a result of .15 BAC. Kamagy was charged with felony Leandra's Law DWI. He was arraigned and remanded to the Livingston County Jail on $ 2,500 cash … Read more on News 10NBC FBI, IRS raid Canton law office of state Senator Brian Joyce Federal investigators Wednesday raided the Canton law office of state Senator Brian A. Joyce, a former assistant majority leader who has been under fire for alleged ethical lapses, including accepting free or discounted services and charging his … Read more on The Boston Globe

  • Lawmaker wants to clarify Tennessee's mandatory reporting law After Monday's ruling Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge Rob Philyaw asked state Senator Todd Gardenhire to join other state lawmakers and clarify Tennessee's mandatory reporting law. "This is not the first time I've had a problem with a DCS policy … Read more on WRCB-TV ARNOLD STEINBERG: Donald Trump and the Law of Attraction The explanation for Donald Trump's viability is found in his unlikely appeal among some religious conservatives. Mr. Trump came in second in Iowa among evangelical voters. In that state and in the upcoming South Carolina primary, they comprise about … Read more on Washington Times Fired for Cursing on the Job, Testing the Limits of Labor Law In the case above, for example, an administrative law judge ruled that the waitress had been fired not for cursing or negative social media posts, but for discussing working conditions. The company was ordered to reinstate her, and she received back pay. Read more on New York Times

  • Judge Judy recently made headlines for being the highest-paid television personality in the world, pulling in $ 47 million per year for handing down her own brand of justice. And while her show makes for great entertainment, it doesn’t especially make for a great education about how the courts work. Here are our top six comparisons between Judge Judy and the real deal, better known to us as small claims court. #1 Both Judge Judy and real small claims courts gather facts and evaluate testimony. In both scenarios, plaintiffs file complaints, outlining the events that occurred and reasons they perceive they are entitled to some restitution. Likewise, defendants respond to those complaints, explaining why they dispute the claims against them. The judge, be it Judy or the circuit court judge or court commissioner you get in real life, then weighs the legal merit of each side before ruling. #2 Judges rely on testimony while Judge Judy relies on contents of a brief complaint. In a real small claims court, judges will hear both sides, relying on each to deliver the salient points of a dispute. But Judge Judy largely goes off the contents of a brief complaint and uses the courtroom time to fire questions, cutting off and controlling the testimony-all to the amusement of viewers. In real life, judges or commissioners are far more respectful, less dominating and, frankly, a lot less entertaining. #3 Judge Judy acts as an arbitrator, not a judge. Judge Judy is actually a retired judge serving as an arbitrator, rendering decisions as opposed to legal judgments. Arbitration is an alternative to litigation which is a dispute that is heard in a court. In litigation you may appeal. In arbitration, an appeal is rare, though it has happened on at least two occasions with decisions rendered by Judge Judy. #4 You’ll see a lot more business actions in real small claims court. Judge Judy tends to dwell in the land of interpersonal squabbles, with individuals fighting over pets, perceived loans and a variety of other petty disputes-revealing a preference for humanity’s lowest common denominator. In […]

  • Concord man charged with aggravated DWI ELLICOTTVILLE – A Concord man registered a blood-alcohol content nearly three times the legal limit when he was stopped on Saturday, State Police said. Daniel J. Griffith, 56, whose Jeep was seen weaving in and out of its lane, was pulled over on Route … Read more on Buffalo News Man arrested for DWI after urinating in lot HUME, N.Y. (WKBW) – A man who police say was urinating next to his truck in a gas station parking lot was arrested for DWI. While pulling into Hanson Farms gas station on West Main Street in Hume last Thursday, state troopers say they saw Patrick Adams … Read more on WKBW-TV Peterborough/Jaffrey DWI charge is driver's third PETERBOROUGH — A town plow truck driver is facing his third DWI charge in 11 years after he sideswiped an SUV and collided head-on with another vehicle on Route 202 Jan. 30, according to police documents. Leonard Gonthier, 54, of Jaffrey, was … Read more on Monadnock Ledger Transcript

  • Morning Spin: Alvarez, challengers to spar today in state's attorney's race 4, and the Democratic candidates for Cook County state's attorney are scheduled to appear at a forum, and you can watch it live on the Web. State's Attorney Anita Alvarez and challengers Kim Foxx and Donna More will answer questions from the Chicago … Read more on Chicago Tribune Ask an Attorney: What is debt settlement? By Attorney Judah Zakalik, Partner, Peters and Associates, LLP. Debt settlement is one of the three major forms of personal-debt relief. The other two are debt consolidation and bankruptcy. Debt settlement is when a debtor and a creditor agree on a … Read more on Las Vegas Sun Obama gets new pardon attorney The previous pardon attorney, Debbie Leff, departed last month after less than two years on the job. Sources say she was frustrated with a lack of adequate resources to comb through the thousands of pending applications before Obama is set to leave … Read more on Politico (blog) In Cosby Hearing, Ex-District Attorney Says He Believed Accuser, but Case Was … The former district attorney who investigated a sexual assault complaint by a young Temple University staff member against Bill Cosby a decade ago testified Tuesday that he had believed her account but had declined to prosecute Mr. Cosby because he … Read more on New York Times

  • WATCH: Snow roads: Minor accidents reported The snowfall this morning has caused some delays on the roads and road closures on the morning commute. There have been some minor traffic accidents as a result, local police departments have reported. However, according to the National Weather … Read more on Asbury Park Press End of the Road May Be Near for Side Mirrors BEFORE engineers dreamed of eliminating drivers in cars, they imagined eliminating the side mirrors. The protuberances are ugly, create aerodynamic drag, and their associated blind spots are the bane of parking-challenged drivers everywhere. Read more on New York Times

  • Permian coach charged with DWI, reassigned ECISD Director of Communications Mike Adkins confirmed the move Wednesday evening. “We found out about the DWI Tuesday and got the facts about it,” Adkins said. “From that, we reassigned him and I'm not sure what's going to happen from this point.”. Read more on Odessa American Former judge arrested for DWI A former local longtime judge known for coming down on drunk drivers was arrested for suspicion of DWI this weekend in Bonne Terre. According to Bonne Terre Police Chief Doug Calvert, James Pennoyer, 66, was arrested for suspicion of DWI after a Bonne … Read more on Daily Journal Online Arkansas Governor's Son Arrested On Suspicion Of DWI Following Crash FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — The son of Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson was arrested Sunday (Jan. 24) on suspicion of DWI, according to Washington County Detention Center records. Arkansas State Police arrested William Asa Hutchinson III, 40, after he … Read more on

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