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Resignation of Sanford City Police Chief Rejected by City Commission   Late in the day on Monday, the Sanford City Commission rejected the resignation of Police Chief Bill Lee by a vote of 3-2. Lee was harshly criticized for not charging Andrew Zimmerman immediately in the Trayvon Martin murder case.…>read more

No Comment April 24, 2012

Allen West Removed from Keynote Speaker Appearance for ‘Communist’ Comments   Representative Allen West, a Republican from Florida, called Democratic lawmakers ‘communists’ and it got him into a little bit of hot water recently. West was scheduled to be the keynote speaker at a fundraising event for his district chapter…>read more

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Citigroup Directors and CEO Sued for Compensation Packages   Vikram Pandit, the Chief Execuive for Citigroup Inc, along with the bank’s directors, have been sued for awarding outsized compensation for its highest executives. The complaint was filed on Thursday in federal court in Manhattan. It alleges that the…>read more

No Comment April 23, 2012

Settlement Accepted by Lawyer without Permission from Client   A trial lawyer from California claims that he did not have the authority to settle a case for $350,000 just before the jury said that they planned to give his client, who suffered a brain injury, $9 million. Deliberation…>read more

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Two LA Law Firms Sued by David Bergstein   Two well-known law firms from Los Angeles have been sued by the financier within the entertainment industry. The lawsuit claims that the law firms aided and abetted a reported breach of fiduciary duty by his old in-house counsel. The…>read more

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Law School Graduates in North Carolina Facing Rough Job Market   The job market for law students graduating this year from North Carolina law schools is still anemic compared to a decade ago.   “This is really not a good market for law students to be entering,” said Zipporah Edwards,…>read more

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John Edwards Trial begins Today   Opening statements are scheduled to begin today in the trial of John Edwards, which is being held in Greensboro, North Carolina. The trial will determine whether or not the former candidate for the presidency violated the country’s federal campaign…>read more

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Coca-Cola Named as Possible Cause in Death of New Zealand Woman   It has been reported by experts that a woman from New Zealand more than likely suffered her deadly heart attack because of a 2-gallon-a-day Coca-Cola habit. Natasha Harris, 30, was a stay-at-home mom of eight children in Invercargill. She…>read more

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Legally Brain Dead Woman Gives Birth to Twins A 26-year-old woman from Michigan recently gave birth to twin boys after she was declared brain dead because of two brain aneurysms she suffered. Christine Bolden was leaving a building in Grand Rapids with her boyfriend and 3-year-old son when…>read more

No Comment April 23, 2012

Ted Nugent’s Appearance at Fort Knox Canceled   Ted Nugent was scheduled to perform at a concert at Fort Knox on June 23 but has since been removed from the lineup after catching the eye of the Secret Service for his comments regarding President Barack Obama. Nugent…>read more

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