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Maricopa County Lawyer’s Workplace alleged protesters had been gang members in one other case

Maricopa County Attorney's Office alleged protesters were gang members in another case

There was not just one gang protest case. In addition to filing criminal charges against a group of police protesters, the Maricopa County Prosecutor made similar allegations in another protest. The additional allegations, which have since been withdrawn under mounting public pressure, raise questions about whether prosecutors are expanding a strategy of labeling protesters as … Read more

U.S. Legal professional’s Workplace releases first annual Lacking and Murdered Indigenous Individuals Program report

U.S. Attorney's Office releases first annual Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Program report

The following is a press release from the US Attorney’s Office, District of Oregon. PORTLAND, Ore. – The US Attorney’s Office for Oregon District today released its first annual Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons (MMIP) program report, US attorney Billy J. Williams announced. The report is the first of its kind produced by a U.S. … Read more

Attorneys say a wave of bankruptcies is coming | Enterprise Information

Attorneys say a wave of bankruptcies is coming | Business News

For the millions of Americans whose finances have been shaken by the pandemic, the state stimulus payments, improved unemployment benefits, and plethora of debt moratoriums appear to have been a godsend when they were first announced. But what happens when these programs expire? For one, bankruptcy attorneys predict that bankruptcy filings from consumers and small … Read more

Torts — responsibility of care

Torts — res ipsa loquitur

If construction waste carried out on the defendant’s property over a year later ends up in a sewer system under the exclusive control of the Illinois Department of Transportation, which clogs and floods a road, resulting in a fatal accident, the defendant has no duty of care 1st District upheld the decision of Cook County … Read more

New York district lawyer provides veteran prosecutor in bid to take down Donald Trump

The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office has added a prominent former district attorney to help their team investigate possible fraud cases former US President Donald Trump and his company.Mark Pomerantz, former Manhattan federal attorney and well-respected defense attorney and litigator with expertise in financial institutions, was sworn in earlier this month as assistant district attorney, Danny … Read more

New London State’s Lawyer’s Workplace releases preliminary report on investigation into officer-involved capturing in Meriden

New London State’s Attorney’s Office releases preliminary report on investigation into officer-involved shooting in Meriden

MERIDEN, Conn. (WTNH) – New London State Prosecutors have released a preliminary report investigating a shooting in Meriden. The shooting took place on Friday February 12th at the Flamingo Inn on North Broad Street. According to police, officers from Meriden helped West Hartford Police Department issue an arrest warrant at 8:50 a.m. against 24-year-old suspect … Read more

Free attorneys, prolonged ban on evictions thought-about | Information

Free attorneys, extended ban on evictions considered | News

Washington State Journal An extension of the eviction moratorium for another two years and free lawyers for tenants at risk of eviction are proposed in a new bill that landlords say would decimate their industry. “Our goal is to reconcile the needs of the state, but also to avoid crises,” said Senator Christine Rolfes, D-Kitsap … Read more

A 12 months Into the Pandemic, a Evaluation of State, Federal COVID Tort Immunities

Molly Flynn, left, and Rebecca Trela, right, of Fagre Drinker Biddle & Reath. Courtesy photos

Molly Flynn (left) and Rebecca Trela ​​(right) from Fagre Drinker Biddle & Reath. Photos with kind permission In 2020, COVID-19 was one of the leading causes of death and illness in the United States. Both Pennsylvania and New Jersey reported significant infection and death rates. Despite efforts to contain the virus, COVID-19 continues to affect … Read more

Attorneys navigating new territory as pandemic pushes some {couples} aside

Attorneys navigating new territory as pandemic pushes some couples apart

PHOENIX – From financial stress to spending more time at home, the COVID-19 pandemic has put relationships to the test over the past year and, in some cases, pushed couples apart. While civil court cases were initially halted or delayed, Valley attorney Helen Davis of The Cavanagh Law Firm said divorce proceedings are now virtual … Read more

U.S. lawyer calls for jail for ex-Erie Metropolis Council head Arrington

Former Erie City Council president Sonya Arrington will be convicted Tuesday in a federal fraud case The defense does not want anything more than house arrest In a new file, the US prosecutor is seeking a prison sentence of 27 to 33 months, says Arrington, “failed miserably” because he was a “model of integrity”. For … Read more