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Georgia Court of Appeals Allows Forced Blood Test with Warrant

Georgia Court of Appeals Allows Forced Blood Test with Warrant The Georgia Court of Appeals has overruled a 2006 state Supreme Court precedent and held that a forced blood test can be conducted on a suspected drunk driver in Georgia, if accompanied by a search warrant. The Court of Appeals…>read more

No Comment January 31, 2014

Rothstein Disbarment Official

Rothstein Disbarment Official In an update to this story, Scott Rothstein, the Florida lawyer accused of running a massive ponzi scheme, has been officially disbarred. Although he submitted his request to the Florida Bar Association earlier this week to have his license stripped,…>read more

No Comment November 25, 2009

Andrews Kurth Brings on Lawyers

Andrews Kurth Brings on Lawyers Houston’s Andrews Kurth, which laid off at least 20 lawyers across its offices in March, has brought on two attorneys. Texas Supreme Court Justice Scott Brister joins Andrews Kurth as a partner in its Austin office, to lead the appellate…>read more

No Comment August 18, 2009

Update: Judge Agrees with Judge that Judges Need More Money

Update: Judge Agrees with Judge that Judges Need More Money Two weeks ago, we reported that New York State’s Appellate Division had ruled, giving lawmakers 90 days to adjust judicial compensation to reflect a 30% increase in the cost of living since 1998. This week, New York Supreme Court Justice…>read more

No Comment June 17, 2009

North Carolina Judges Agree to Pay Cut

North Carolina Judges Agree to Pay Cut Almost all North Carolina judges have agreed to pay cuts similar those being imposed on state employees Three hundred and sixty-eight of the state’s 396 trial & appeals judges agreed to the 0.5% salary cut imposed on state employees by…>read more

No Comment May 13, 2009

Illinois Disqualifies 587 Attorneys

Illinois Disqualifies 587 Attorneys The Attorney Registration & Disciplinary Commission, an agency of the Illinois Supreme Court, has booted 587 active attorneys from the state’s “master roll,” when they failed to file paperwork showing they had met new continuing legal education requirements. All Illinois…>read more

No Comment February 5, 2009

Judges Plead Guilty to Corruption

Judges Plead Guilty to Corruption Two Pennsylvania judges have plead guilty to fraud charges, after taking $2.6 million in kickbacks in return for placing juvenile offenders in specific detention facilities. The plea agreements for Luzerne County President Judge Mark Ciavarella and Senior Judge Michael Conahan…>read more

No Comment January 27, 2009

Lawyer Forgot She Was Suspended, Argued Before CA Supreme Court

Lawyer Forgot She Was Suspended, Argued Before CA Supreme Court The California Supreme Court has removed Cynthia Thomas from the death penalty case of Charles Moore, and referred her to the State Bar for disciplinary proceedings. The court says Thomas argued Moore’s case before the Court on December 2nd while…>read more

1 Comment January 26, 2009

Judges to Lawyer: No “Right to Criticize Judges”

Judges to Lawyer: No “Right to Criticize Judges” Michigan attorney Geoffrey Fieger has lost his “right-to-criticize-judges” lawsuit in a federal appeals court. The 6th US Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Fieger was not wrongfully punished for lambasting three judges on a 1999 radio show, when he called them…>read more

No Comment January 21, 2009

Nevada Suspends Lawyer Accused of Stealing from Clients

Nevada Suspends Lawyer Accused of Stealing from Clients The Nevada Supreme Court has temporarily suspended a Las Vegas attorney accused of misappropriating client funds and accepting retainers without performing any services. Philip Singer is accused of not distributing settlement funds and mixing his personal funds with client accounts.…>read more

2 Comments January 19, 2009

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