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Gatekeepers Of The Legal Justice System: District Lawyer Candidates Dwindle In Wisconsin

Gatekeepers Of The Criminal Justice System: District Attorney Candidates Dwindle In Wisconsin

After a 135-day investigation and nearly 1,000 pages of reports, the verdict on the charges when Jacob Blake was shot by a Kenosha City police officer in August 2020 was at the discretion of a single person: the Kenosha District Attorney. “If you don’t have a case, you can prove it beyond doubt … then … Read more

Scott+Scott Attorneys at Legislation LLP Investigates Ryder System, Inc.’s Administrators and Officers for Breach of Fiduciary Duties – R

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Scott + Scott Lawyers LLP (“Scott + Scott”), an international securities and consumer litigation firm, is investigating whether certain directors and officers of Ryder System, Inc. (“Ryder”) (NYSE: R) have breached their trustee duties to Ryder and its shareholders. If you are a Ryder shareholder, you can contact Attorney Joe Pettigrew at 844-818-6982 or jpettigrew@scott-scott.com … Read more

NH’s Foster Care System is Sued by the ACLU

NH's Foster Care System is Sued by the ACLU

New Hampshire’s lack of foster care was brought to light in the ACLU lawsuit. A recent federal class action lawsuit filed by legal groups in New Hampshire alleges that the state has “placed unnecessarily stored foster youth in facilities and group facilities rather than families, and has not acted in their best interests.” Plaintiffs go … Read more

Conservative web site apologizes to Dominion voting system after defamation letter from attorneys

Conservative website apologizes to Dominion voting system after defamation letter from attorneys

American Thinker published a number of posts accusing the electoral system company of massive election changes by: WKBN Staff Posted: Jan 15, 2021 / 8:07 PM EST /. Updated: Jan 15, 2021 / 8:07 PM EST Photo credit: Hill Street Studios / DigitalVision / Getty Images (WKBN) – Conservative website American Thinker posted an apology … Read more

Dominion Voting System Threatens Melissa Carone, Others with Defamation Lawsuit

Dominion Voting System Threatens Melissa Carone, Others with Defamation Lawsuit

Carone made headlines across the country after claiming she witnessed major election fraud in Detroit. However, Dominion says she had a one-day “cleaning glass” contract. Melissa Carone, a Michigan woman who made national headlines on allegations of widespread election fraud in the state of Great Lakes, could face a libel lawsuit. Carone, according to The … Read more

Protection lawyer provides grim outlook for courtroom system subsequent yr as a consequence of pandemic

Defense lawyer gives grim outlook for court system next year due to pandemic

Shannon Schott, president of the Northeast Chapter of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, said next year could be a devastating year for the criminal justice system. News4Jax spoke to Schott about problems with courts being able to find enough people to respond to jury summons and set up a jury. Then Schott said, … Read more

In the direction of a Higher Patent System for Europe: The Unified Patent Courtroom (UPC)

Towards a Better Patent System for Europe: The Unified Patent Court (UPC)

On December 18, 2020, the Federal Council passed the law on the agreement on a unified patent court of June 20, 2013 (UPC agreement) with the required two-thirds majority. It was the final piece of the puzzle that paved the way for a unified patent system in Europe that is expected to be operational by … Read more

Why Gregory Afoko v Legal professional-Normal Poses a Risk to the Progress Made in Ghana’s Legal Justice System

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By: Seth F.T. Mireku Jnr, Ghana School of Law Introduction It is incontestable that Ghana’s criminal justice system is beleaguered with deficiencies that hinder the smooth, effective and expeditious delivery of justice. These deficiencies include the slow pace of investigations by investigative bodies, the discharge of accused persons for want of prosecution and the logistical … Read more