Jun 9, 2013

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Hague: Law-abiding Britons have nothing to fear from GCHQ
BBC News
"Law-abiding" citizens have "nothing to fear" from the British intelligence services, the foreign secretary says. William Hague said reports that the UK's eavesdropping centre GCHQ had circumvented the law to gather data on British citizens were ...
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Law enforcers kill two criminals in armed encounters
Pakistan Daily Times
KARACHI: Two criminals were killed, while two other injured, in separate encounters with law enforcement agencies here on Saturday. In first encounter, Rangers and police jointly conducted a targeted raid at criminal hideout in Singu Lane of Lyari.
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NV law to lower costs for cancer patients hailed
San Francisco Chronicle
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Advocacy groups for cancer patients are hailing a new Nevada law designed to lower costs for patients on oral medication. Gov. Brian Sandoval this week signed legislation that makes Nevada the 25th state with what supporters ...
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Does law do justice to the poor & hapless?
The Hindu
Learned judges toast the majesty of the law. Politicians swear by its sanctity asserting that it will take its due course. But seasoned criminals are thoroughly familiar with its loopholes. They know how to flout the law and yet how to survive by it ...
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Brother-in-law of Chinese Nobel winner jailed for 11 years
Reuters
HUAIROU, China (Reuters) - A Chinese court on Sunday sentenced the brother-in-law of jailed Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo to 11 years in prison on charges of fraud in a case that rights activists have called another example of official ...
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No law, no further movement in setting up NCTC: Home Minister
The Hindu
The much talked-about NCTC may be a non-starter but the government has rejected the demand of non-Congress Chief Ministers for a law to set up the anti-terror body. Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde said his Ministry was not exploring the option of ...
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Calif. law: Full military regalia is OK
The Union Leader
A state legislator then introduced Chapter 296, which became law in California, guaranteeing that active members of the military can display full military regalia at graduation. State Rep. Al Baldasaro, R-Londonderry, who has been involved in many ...
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Law minister does not know law: Modi
Business Standard
Without naming anyone, Modi referred to a recent statement by Sibal about framing a central legislation on match fixing, and said the law minister did not even realise that it was beyond the ambit of the central government to frame a law on gambling ...
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Law enforcement officials, neighbor say suspected gunman was troubled by ...
Los Angeles Daily News
SANTA MONICA -- Santa Monica Police Chief Jacqueline Seabrooks on Saturday called the suspected gunman a "cowardly murder" and confirmed that police were called to the gunman's family's property in 2006 for an incident involving the shooter but she ...
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Obscure law could void docs' licenses
Boston Herald
The state could face a sudden and devastating doctor shortage in a little more than a year — with as many as two-thirds of the more than 30,000 Bay State docs losing their licenses — because of a change in a state law buried in a health-care bill ...
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Asylum law Stricter rules will stay
swissinfo.ch
A large majority of Swiss have voted in favour of keeping in place a more restrictive asylum policy implemented last autumn. In a second decision on Sunday, the Swiss gave a vote of confidence to the government and the current system used to elect the ...
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Smell of marijuana: Who needs a search warrant when police use their nose?
Sun-Sentinel
In Florida and across the country, the smell of pot gives law enforcement the right to search a person or vehicle without a warrant. Locally, arrest reports from South Florida law enforcement agencies frequently highlight this move in action. One ...
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Law enforcement regularly cites pot odor as reason to search; defense ...
Sun-Sentinel
It's a common phrase in South Florida arrest reports: the scent of marijuana wafting from a suspect's vehicle. And while the detail may seem amusing, it's actually a serious legal requirement that traces its roots to a prohibition-era U.S. Supreme ...
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Vermont Passes New Law Decriminalizing Possession of Small Amounts of ...
International Business Times
The law, effective July 1, replaces criminal penalties for as much as an ounce of marijuana or five grams of hashish with civil fines similar to those associated with traffic tickets, Reuters reported. "I applaud the Legislature's action to ...
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Law students provide voluntary clerkship service to NMI judiciary
Marianas Variety
(CNMI Judiciary) — Each year the local judiciary invites law students from across the nation to serve as summer law clerks and experience firsthand the inner workings of the judiciary by assisting the justices and judges with research and writing ...
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Local Law Enforcement Torch Runs begin Monday
Rockford Register Star
Area law enforcement will participate in the 27th annual Special Olympics Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run starting Monday. For the intrastate relay, 3,000 officers in Illinois, representing every branch of law enforcement, will run more than 1,500 ...
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Open Meeting Law not violated
Worcester Telegram
"Had the mayor sent the email himself, or used his secretary as a conduit for serial deliberation between members, the email would have been a violation of the Open Meeting Law," Mr. Sclarsic wrote. "In the present instance, however, while the email ...
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Noah Feldman
Boston.com
In 2008, Esquire Magazine named Harvard law professor Noah Feldman, who had yet to hit 40, one of the most influential people of the 20th century. By then Feldman had clerked for Justice David Souter, lent a hand to writing Iraq's new constitution and ...
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Stanford Law's Three Strikes Project Works For Fair Implementation of New Statute
Patch.com
California's Three Strikes law passed with overwhelming voter support in 1994. Aimed at keeping repeat violent offenders off the streets, the law imposed a life sentence for any felony conviction if the individual had two previous serious felony ...
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Asylum law Stricter rules set to stay in place
swissinfo.ch
A large majority of Swiss support a more restrictive asylum policy implemented last autumn, according to early poll projections. In a second decision on Sunday, the Swiss gave a vote of confidence to the government and the current system used to elect ...
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Law enforcement agencies team up for special grant
Bryan-College Station Eagle
Three law enforcement agencies in Brazos County are teaming up to apply for the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant from the U.S. Department of Justice to assist with needs outside their annual budget allocations. The Bryan and College ...
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NASS Proposes Law To Speed Up Justice Delivery
The Guardian Nigeria
THE National Assembly is planning a new law to address delay in justice delivery in the country. Several factors have until now been responsible for delays, like obsolete laws, lopsided mode of judges' appointment, attitudes of lawyers, filing of ...
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US law to foil fake military 'heroes'
Aljazeera.com
US President Barack Obama is expected to sign a law aimed at preventing false claims of US military service. A surge in fake battlefield veterans has fuelled outrage, but authorities have been restricted in their power to stop them. Al Jazeera's Tom ...
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Daughters-in-law chop off hands of molester father-in-law
Business Standard
Two days ago, Radheyshyam Singh tried to molest one of his daughters-in-law as she was busy cutting vegetables. The woman raised an alarm, and the other daughter-in-law rushed to intervene, and also told the man to keep off. Radheyshyam then tried to ...
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Concussion law could do more, advocate says
Charleston Gazette
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A new state law meant to prevent concussions in student athletes is a step in the right direction, but the rule could go further, a brain injury prevention advocate said. "The bill shows how serious this problem is," said Mike ...
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Law Association still silent on e-mails
Trinidad Guardian
The deafening silence emanating from the Law Association of T&T (LATT) over the 31 e-mails exposed by Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley in Parliament is unsettling. According to attorney Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj, SC, it is unsettling especially since ...
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Maintaining law, order, corruption removal top priorities: Maalik
Business Recorder
image ISLAMABAD: Newly unopposed elected Balochistan Chief Minister, Abdul Malik Baloch on Saturday assured that his government would overcome all the issues in the province with the cooperation of Prime Minister, Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif.
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Buggery law debate for Parliament this year
Jamaica Gleaner
Minister with responsibility for information Sandrea Falconer, made the disclosure last week just as Opposition Member of Parliament Daryl Vaz repeated his call for the Government to honour its pre-election commitment. "I know it is a matter that will ...
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Brother-In-Law of Chinese Nobel Laureate Sent to Prison
Voice of America
A Chinese court has sentenced the brother-in-law of imprisoned Nobel peace laureate Liu Xiaobo to 11 years in prison on charges of fraud. The court in suburban Beijing issued the sentence in a brief hearing Sunday after finding Liu Hui guilty of fraud ...
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Law enforcement officer speaks to Lions
Democrat Tribune
Lt. Brant Tosh from the Criminal Investigation Division for the Arkansas State Police educated the Lions Club last Thursday on the several different divisions and their role in the state police department. Tosh has served with CID for 16 years, with ...
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Blogs14 new results for law
 
Richmond County Sheriff's Office benevolent fund violates law | The ...
By Steve Crawford
For decades, Richmond County sheriffs have collected and spent thousands of dollars of public money in a way that violates state law, according to an investigation by The Augusta Chronicle.It's called the sheriff's benevolent fund, but most of ...
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Local government elections under modified 1979 law: Sharjeel ...
By [email protected] (Our Correspondent)
Sindh Information Minister says they will take up MQM's greiviances up with the Governor once he reutrns.
The Express Tribune
Germany to fast-track gay marriage law - The Local
The German government wants to push through legislation to put gay partnerships on the same tax footing as straight marriages before the summer recess. But adoption rights remain a point of contention.
The Local - Germany's news in English
Senior Rastafarian says no to repealing buggery law - Lead Stories ...
AT LEAST one prominent member of the Rastafarian community has declared a willingness to stand up with those church leaders who have been declaring their opposition to the gay lobby and are staunchly opposing a proposal to change ...
Jamaica Gleaner :: Lead Stories
Eisner Award Voting, And Supernatural Law Donating, Both Tick ...
By Rich Johnston
50e4b632afb2da57aa32be753fbca543_large As ever, Jackie Estrada is running the Eisner Awards, and she would like to remind you, if you work in the comics industry (and surprisingly this includes me, because of the likes of the deservedly ...
Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies...
Activist Post: Government Says Secret Court Opinion on Law ...
By Activist
Ron Wyden and Mark Udall revealed the existence of the opinion, which found that collection activities under FISA Section 702 "circumvented the spirit of the law" and violated the Fourth Amendment's prohibition on unreasonable searches ...
Activist Post
Donating Food to Charity? Chew On This Law - Law and Daily Life
By Betty Wang
By donating food to charity, the donor of the food would, in theory, be shielded from liability under the Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Food Donation Act. It's named after the representative who proposed this law, which was signed by President ...
Law and Daily Life
normblog: Law as effective norm versus law as ideal
By Norm
Further to my post on Raphael Lemkin and the state of international law regarding genocide, Andrew Sullivan makes an interesting remark in passing in his column in the Sunday Times today. Andrew is writing about President Obama's recent ...
normblog
Scott signs controversial fast-track foreclosure bill into law | South ...
By OppenheimLaw
Gov. Rick Scott signed fast track foreclosure bill into law saying that it will add to economic recovery. And opponents say the exact opposite.
South Florida Law Blog
Russia - Putin Signs School Drug-Testing Law - Drugs Forum
By SmokeTwibz
Russia - Putin Signs School Drug-Testing Law Justice & Law (News)
Drugs Forum
State laws varied on gun, abortion laws - NewsOn6.com - Tulsa, OK ...
Exactly how you can exercise your constitutional rights depends on where you live.
NEWS ON 6 - News
Thousands rally against Ireland's proposed abortion law | Otago ...
Thousands of people rallied in central Dublin on Saturday against the government's plan to allow limited access to abortion where a woman's life is in danger.
Otago Daily Times:
MURPHY'S LAW: Cyclones the favorite, 5 Years and counting, Knott ...
By John Sears
By: John Sears Early college football betting lines are out. As of now, the Cyclones are early 4 point favorites over the Hawkeyes. This is not a surprise. Iowa coming off a 4 win season, game is in Ames, seems right.
WHOTV.com
A History of My World-Part 3: Fun at School | Comedians at Law
By Joan Weisblatt
On Friday night, I gave a speech to 150 college honors students called "Competition in Law v. Competition in Comedy: Why I Gave Up a Steady Paycheck to Crack Jokes". The title, of course, isn't entirely true; my decision to retire predated my ...
Comedians at Law

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Law & Order: SVU | USA Network
Created by Emmy Award-winning producer Dick Wolf, Law & Order: Special Victims Unitchronicles the life and crimes of the elite Special Victims Unit of the New ...
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