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Lawyer and Firm Removed from Case by Judge   A lawyer from Florida and his law firm have been removed from a case by a federal judge. The firm was removed from a fair labor class action because of ‘flagrant disrespect’ from an earlier case that involved the…>read more

2 Comments May 28, 2012

U.S. Supreme Court Rules Man Can be Retried for Murder   On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a retrial can be held for a defendant facing murder charges. The reason for the retrial is that the jury said it could not reach a decision and was deadlocked even…>read more

No Comment May 28, 2012

Naked Man Eats Man’s Face   A police officer was forced to fire his weapon in an incident that has left one man dead and another man hospitalized near Miami’s MacArthur Causeway. Police from the city of Miami said that the incident, which was an…>read more

15 Comments May 28, 2012

Law School Prioritizing More Lawyers of Color   A report released in 2010 by the American Bar Association claims that fewer than seven percent of partners and fewer than 20 percent of associates in law firms across the country are people of color.   “When people see…>read more

1 Comment May 25, 2012

Etan Patz Killer Confesses to NYC Police   On Thursday afternoon, Pedro Hernandez admitted to killing Etan Patz 33 years ago in New York. The boy was the first to appear on milk cartons across the country after he went missing. Hernandez lived in Maple Shade, New…>read more

No Comment May 25, 2012

Japanese Man Cooks and Serves Own Genitals for Dinner   A self-described asexual from Tokyo, Mao Sugiyama, cooked, seasoned and served his genitalia to five people at a banquet in Japan back in April. Sugiyama uses the word asexual to show people that he has no affiliate with the…>read more

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Obama Administration Faces Opposition Regarding Lack of Disclosure with Trade Pacts   On Wednesday, legislation was introduced by Senator Ron Wyden, a Democrat from Oregon, which would protest the refusal of the Obama administration to offer information about trade negotiations. There is a blockade against Wyden, who is the chair of…>read more

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American Airlines Prevents Woman from Flight for Offensive Shirt   An unnamed woman says she was not permitted on a flight with American Airlines because the flight staff took offense to a shirt she was wearing at the time she boarded the plane. The shirt featured the following statement:…>read more

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New York City Sued by Occupy Wall Street   New York City has been sued by Occupy Wall Street because of 2,800 books that were not returned or were damaged when police officers removed protestors back in November from Zuccotti Park. The complaint was filed this week in…>read more

No Comment May 25, 2012

John Edwards Jury Deliberation Hits Sixth Day   The fifth day of deliberation in the John Edwards trial ended on Thursday and jurors were sent home without reaching a verdict. The jury, made up of eight men and four women, asked to view 20 exhibits in the…>read more

No Comment May 25, 2012