Jul 21, 2013

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District Judge Tom Lucas set to retire
Norman Transcript
Stepping aside from the judgeship will come in his 50th year of practicing law and presiding over court, but it won't be the end of his law career. Although a recent stroke has slowed his speech and his walk, he says "I can still think and I would like ...
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St. Joseph man is fifth generation in law enforcement
News-Press Now
But Mr. Cook was far from the only family tie to law enforcement Mr. Thomas has had. He actually is the fifth generation of his family to take part in the career — a family legacy that stretches back to his great-great-grandfather, who was the local ...
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Sunday Profile: Smith's retirement short before return to law enforcement
The Daily News
For Deputy Chief Olander Smith, joining Washington Parish Sheriff Randy Seal's administration in July 2012 was a return to the place where his law enforcement career began. He graduated from Southeastern with a degree in history in 1977, then at 21 ...
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New officers use beach beat to launch careers
HAMPTON — Twelve new Hampton police officers, ages 21 to 60, from a variety of backgrounds, are getting their starts in law enforcement patrolling the streets of the beach this summer. These officers, the first of two classes making their debut this ...
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Orr's job, legacy in balance as airport drama unfolds
Charlotte Observer
After Orr's ouster last week, his job remains in limbo until a judge determines whether an airport authority can proceed. If the authority is enacted, Orr, 72, will automatically become its director – his job is written into the law. It appears his ...
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A daughter's strength behind her badge and gun
A daughter's strength behind her badge and gun. Lisa Loeb and daughter Laina. Laina´s choice to pursue a career in law. Lisa Loeb and daughter Laina. Laina's choice to pursue a career in law enforcement sent her mother's fears into high gear.
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Campos to lead diversity, human rights office
San Francisco Chronicle
Campos earned his law degree from the University of Wisconsin and worked with New Mexico Legal Aid for about 10 years. Throughout his career, he has volunteered to serve on the boards of various social services agencies, especially those focusing on ...
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Campbell Smoot's clients: From PDs to murderers
Tullahoma News and Guardian
"It's the same for us. All people are entitled to the rights guaranteed to them by the Constitution of the United States." Smoot, who was raised the son of a doctor in McMinnville, did not grow up dreaming about a career in law. After graduating from ...
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Pickens County Officer of the Week
Pickens Sentinel
I wanted to be in law enforcement right here in Pickens County." Stanley's career in law enforcement began on Independence Day of 2004 for the Pickens County Sheriff's Office. "I started in the detention center," Stanley said. "I spent three weeks as a ...
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Joseph Cotchett: San Jose's lawyer in battle for Oakland A's
San Jose Mercury News
Joseph Cotchett, the Burlingame lawyer who is handling San Jose's antitrust lawsuit accusing Major League Baseball of illegally holding up the city's effort to become the home of the Oakland A's, has had a career full of famous cases and clients ...
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Brazilian Finds Law Career Through Columbia-Greene
E-mail Story to a Friend Subscribe to the feed. July 18, 2013. >> BRAZILIAN FINDS LAW CAREER THROUGH COLUMBIA-GREENE ...

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