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Boston Bomber Appears in Boston Federal Court
Boston Bomber Appears in Boston Federal Court
Obama’s Executive Order on Immigration Unconstitutional
Obama’s Executive Order on Immigration Unconstitutional
Stella Mednik, Suspended Immigration Lawyer, Suspect in DUI Accident
Stella Mednik, Suspended Immigration Lawyer, Suspect in DUI Accident
IP Laws Shut down Pirate Bay
IP Laws Shut down Pirate Bay
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Kansas Attorney Disbarred Due to “Inexplicable Incompetence”

Kansas Attorney Disbarred Due to “Inexplicable Incompetence” Summary: A Kansas attorney was disbarred when he essentially sabotaged his client’s capital murder trial. Everyone enjoys a “crazy lawyer” story, right? Well, Dennis Hawver has really taken the cake with his rather interesting conduct during a trial and subsequent…>read more

No Comment November 21, 2014

Florida State Shooter was Former Student

Florida State Shooter was Former Student Summary: A gunman opened fire in Florida State’s library in the early morning hours on Thursday. Three students were injured and the gunman was later killed by police. According to Fox News, a gunman opened fire in Florida State University’s…>read more

No Comment November 20, 2014

Rick Perry’s Defense Loses Battle to Have Paperwork Dismissed

Rick Perry’s Defense Loses Battle to Have Paperwork Dismissed Summary: The defense team for Texas Governor Rick Perry lost its battle to have paperwork dismissed from the indictment case against him.  A defense motion to have two felony charges filed against outgoing Texas Governor Rick Perry has been denied by…>read more

No Comment November 20, 2014

Apple to Pay 20 Million for Patent Infringement

Apple to Pay 20 Million for Patent Infringement Summary: Apple has been fined $20 million for infringing upon patents from the 1990s. The Guardian reports that Apple was fined over $20 million in a Texas court after it was found that Apple’s iPhone infringes patents on pager technology from…>read more

No Comment November 19, 2014

Adrian Peterson Faces Additional Legal Obstacles

Adrian Peterson Faces Additional Legal Obstacles Summary: Due to the intricacies of NFL rules and the law, Adrian Peterson may have a difficult time challenging his recent suspension. On November 4, Adrian Peterson, running back for the Minnesota Vikings, pleaded no contest in a Texas court…>read more

No Comment November 19, 2014

Sad Story about Deportation of Diane Guerrero’s Family

Sad Story about Deportation of Diane Guerrero’s Family Summary: Diane Guerrero, known for her work on “Orange is the New Black,” tells a chilling story of her family’s deportation when she was only 14. At the age of 14, Diane Guerrero came home one day to find her house…>read more

No Comment November 18, 2014

State of Emergency Declared in Missouri in Anticipation of Grand Jury’s Decision

State of Emergency Declared in Missouri in Anticipation of Grand Jury’s Decision Summary: The governor of Missouri has declared a state of emergency while the state awaits the grand jury’s decision in the Michael Brown case. Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has declared a state of emergency, activating the National Guard on Monday…>read more

No Comment November 18, 2014

Charles Manson Issued Marriage License

Charles Manson Issued Marriage License Summary: Mass murderer Charles Manson has been issued a marriage license with Afton Elaine Burton.  Mass murderer Charles Manson has received a license to marry, according to E! Online. Manson, 80, has been in prison since 1970 following his conviction for…>read more

No Comment November 18, 2014

Attack at Jerusalem Synagogue Kills Four Worshipers

Attack at Jerusalem Synagogue Kills Four Worshipers Summary: A Jerusalem synagogue was attacked by two cousins on Tuesday morning, leaving three Americans and one Briton dead. A Jerusalem synagogue was the scene of an attack committed by two Palestinian cousins. They used meat cleavers and a gun to…>read more

No Comment November 18, 2014

Mississippi May Be Next State to Allow Same-Sex Marriages

Mississippi May Be Next State to Allow Same-Sex Marriages Summary: A highly-anticipated ruling by a Mississippi judge may allow same-sex couples to marry, legal experts predict. Mississippi may be the next state to join the many that have already ruled same-sex marriage bans as unconstitutional. According to the Clarion…>read more

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Legal Assistant / Secretary - Bilingual
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~~Rapidly expanding General Law Firm seeking a Legal Assistant/Secretary to join our team at our Gainesville, Georgia location !  Our firm is a goal/target oriented, fast-paced environment with a...