Monthly Archives: April 2012

Who Sees Your DNA?

Presumption of innocence. It’s the basis for many trials in this country and sometimes the only thing between a defendant and a conviction. When that is threatened, what do we do? Unfortunately, this is becoming the case in some states. … Continue reading

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Sex, Lies and Campaign Donations?

Everyone loves a good underdog story, and here in America we love it even more when the main character works hard, rises above his circumstances, becomes a national darling, and then falls. The bigger and more sensational the fall, the … Continue reading

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Even Miracles Can Lead to Court

Oh, Baby- Finding Life After Being Told of Death A family in Argentina has been given the greatest gift a parent could imagine- the child that they were told had been stillborn is alive. Analia Bouter and Fabian Veron were … Continue reading

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Social Media or Law Enforcement Tool?

Technological advances have given society the ability to communicate with people in ways that previous generations could not have imagined. But these tools bring out issues that people have always faced, and thrown them into new situations. One dilemma currently … Continue reading

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Ask A Lawyer: Getting My License Back

Question: 2008 and 2009 were bad years for me driving. While I was in college I was charged with an underage DWI, a speeding, and a Driving While License Revoked. I also had a Failure To Appear, since I was 3 … Continue reading

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