Jul 21, 2013

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13 Staggering Statistics for Online Lead Generation [INFOGRAPHIC]
The National Law Review
Stephen is the CEO of The Rainmaker Institute, the nation's largest law firm marketing company specializing in lead conversion for small law firms and solo practitioners. Over 8,000 attorneys nationwide have benefited from learning and implementing the ...
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Law school not required, but a good idea
Should you share this news with your nephew, please deliver the latest edition of a law school admission guide. The law school application deadlines are quickly approaching. In this category, there are many fine publications. If you want to order ...
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Violent porn law changes considered
Evening Standard
Ministers are "actively considering" changing the law to crack down on violent online pornography, it has emerged. The move was signalled in a letter from Policing and Criminal Justice Minister Damian Green to campaign group Rape Crisis South London ...
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McCain: Stand Your Ground Laws Should Be Reviewed
National Review Online (blog)
John McCain urged all states with Stand Your Ground laws to review them in the aftermath of the George Zimmerman trial. "I can also see that Stand Your Ground law may be something that needs to be reviewed by the Florida legislature or any other ...
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Block child porn or I'll change the law, PM warns web firms as he calls for on ...
Daily Mail
The Prime Minister will tomorrow call on online search giants and internet service providers to take drastic action to 'obliterate' child porn from the web. He will demand: New on-screen warnings so that anyone searching for child porn images is ...
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Health beat: As health laws roll out, who's in?
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Specifically, will consumers find attractive policies at competitive rates when the law's online exchanges debut Oct. 1? Early signs say the answer is yes, according to a study released last week by the Urban Institute, a respected think tank in ...
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Beware what your kids say online
Social-media law specialist Emma Sadleir, who has been hired by some schools to draw up social media policies, told the Sunday Times that schools have expelled or disciplined pupils who had drawn their schools' names into disrepute online. "Many of the ...
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After the Republic
National Review Online (blog)
"International law now seeks to influence political outcomes within sovereign States," Anne-Marie Slaughter, then dean of Princeton's public-affairs school, wrote in an influential 2007 essay. International law, she went on, must expand to include ...
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Most states won't see NY's drop in insurance rates
Individual New Yorkers buying their health coverage in new online marketplaces may see a 50% drop in premiums, but consumers elsewhere are unlikely to see similar savings from Obamacare. obama health care. President Obama speaks about the Affordable ...
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Law Firm of Reyes Browne Reilley Launches New Website - Dallas/Ft. Worth ...
PR Web (press release)
Reyes Browne Reilley recently launched its new website that provides a valuable online legal resource to its visitors. The new site answers all initial questions people may have after experiencing the trauma of an auto accident, serious side effects ...
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Talking to the Anti-Zimmerman Protesters
National Review Online
During Al Sharpton's "Justice for Trayvon" rally in Manhattan this afternoon, I asked various demonstrators to share their reasons for participating in the rally, their opinions of Stand Your Ground laws, and their thoughts on the future direction of ...
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COPPA Now Includes Greater Protections For Kids Online
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
By way of background, the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) became operative in 2000, in the early days of the commercial Internet. The law was designed to enable parents to control personal information collected from these young ...
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Suspect in DA killings: Life took 'drastic turn'
Prosecutors vehemently argued and succeeded in convicting Williams of the computer monitor thefts and stripping him of his JP post, law license and state law enforcement certification. Although he received probation instead of jail time, Williams ...
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Rape trial of PLA singer's son Li Tianyi prompts online dispute
South China Morning Post
"It's freedom of speech to criticise the lawyers, but it's already a breach of law to hack into their website," the paper said. "We need to be cautious in online expression. We can say no to the lawyers' view, but we can't say no to the lawyers' rights ...
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Officials learn about active shooters
Harrison Daily
Boone County Sheriff Mike Moore said most school shootings last a mere matter of minutes, so training for school officials and the public is just as important as for law enforcement. Enter Bernie .... An online service is needed to view this article in ...
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Protesters stay put in Fla. Capitol for 5th day
Daytona Beach News-Journal
Last Modified: Saturday, July 20, 2013 at 7:20 p.m.. MIAMI - Protesters angered by the acquittal of George Zimmerman are staying put in the Florida Capitol as they fight to repeal the state's "stand your ground" self-defense law. Police said about 20 ...
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Suspect returned to US had built life in Canada
Keating's arrest brought to an end years of searching by Linda Anderson, the 51-year-old daughter-in-law of Jewel Anderson. Periodically over the past 15 years, Anderson had logged on to resume a methodical online hunt for the woman accused of killing ...
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Obama's inaugural ambitions meet political reality
Buoyed by re-election, he said the nation must pursue without delay steps to protect children from gun violence, tackle climate change and overhaul fractured immigration laws. But the intervening months have showcased the political limits of Obama's ...
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House GOP on health care: For repeal, not replace
WASHINGTON (AP) — Three years after campaigning on a vow to "repeal and replace" President Barack Obama's health care law, House Republicans have yet to advance an alternative for the system they have voted more than three dozen times to abolish in ...
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Pandering to the left
"Quite deliberately stoking resentment and tension — under the guise of leading a 'national conversation' about race," said Andrew McCarthy yesterday on National Review Online, Mr. Holder is now trying to make a case against "stand your ground" laws.
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Human trafficking quietly destroying lives
While advocates hail how all 50 states now expressly criminalize human trafficking, many point to the fact that few culprits have been charged under those laws as evidence that police need more training. Illustration by Photos.com .... The elder Berte ...
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Dallas-area law enforcement wages uphill battle against child pornography
Dallas Morning News
... online as it happens. The photographic evidence, and Whitington's arrest, led to the apprehension of a half-dozen child molesters across the country. The Whitington case was a victory in the fight against child pornography, law enforcement ...
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TECH NOW: Surprising ways to make money online
Tucson Citizen
You have a law degree? Maybe someone needs a simple legal question answered. Auto mechanic? Please, tell me how to reset the car's computer after I change the oil (but first, walk me through how to change the oil). This is a great way to take what you ...
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Police blotter
Journal and Courier
Online: For a database, go to www.jconline.com, blotter. ARRESTS. Alcohol. Friday ... Friday, July 12: Mridula Damodaran, 22, 300 block of Brown Street, Public intoxication, interfere with reporting a crime and resisting law enforcement, WLPD. Friday ...
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'Moral duty' on abuse images
ITV News
The Prime Minister has said he will pursue a change in the law if the leading search engines fail to "act responsibly" and do nothing to stop "enabling" the distribution of child abuse images online. "I'm concerned as a politician and as a parent about ...
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DAVE McNEELY: Lawmakers plus abortion law tightening equals lawsuit
Herald Zeitung
DAVE McNEELY: Lawmakers plus abortion law tightening equals lawsuit. Story · Comments. Print: Create a hardcopy of this page ..... An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its ...
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NE Georgia law officers search for escaped inmate | Online Athens
GAINESVILLE, Ga. (AP) — Law officers in northeast Georgia were searching for an inmate they say escaped from custody while being transferred from the Hall ...

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