Jul 15, 2013

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LAW PROFESSOR: Here's How I Would Have Prosecuted George Zimmerman
San Francisco Chronicle
George Zimmerman's prosecutors had a very difficult task before them, but one law professor says they still could have made a stronger case. "What you need in a criminal case is you have to lay out a theory of why you believe this crime was committed ...
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Law could create 'Central Park' in Miami
TALLAHASSEE -- Could Miami's Museum Park become the next world-class green space? Miami Commission Chairman Marc Sarnoff says yes — thanks in part to a new state law he helped shape. The legislation opens the door for Miami to create a ...
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New law allows physician assistants more freedom
San Francisco Chronicle
A new Missouri law providing more freedom for physician assistants to care for patients could change that. Advocates hope the change will alleviate the shortage of primary care doctors in Branson and across the state — a shortage expected to worsen as ...
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Tapping a greater interest in beer
Baltimore Sun
John Fisher, owner of Staples Corner Liquors in Gambrills, drove to Annapolis earlier this year to testify before state lawmakers in favor of the law allowing growlers in the city and county. He sees growlers as a benefit in multiple ways: Merchants ...
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Law requires Chinese to visit their aging parents
An elderly man (L) sits on a street in Shanghai on July 1, 2013. A Chinese law requiring family members to visit their elderly relatives went into effect to howls of online ridicule, as the country's huge population ages rapidly. AFP PHOTO/Peter PARKS ...
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Hope for broad action on immigration dims
Boston Globe
The Senate bill affects nearly every segment of immigration law. It includes an enforcement plan that adds $46 billion for a border security "surge," boosts the number of work visas, and increases employment verification. A 13-year path to citizenship ...
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'Law & Order' actress Alana De La Garza gives birth to daughter
Entertainment Weekly (blog)
Former Law & Order star Alana De La Garza welcomed daughter Liv Elena July 7, according to People. Liv joins big brother Kieran, De La Garza's son with husband Michael Roberts. De La Garza most recently starred on NBC's Do No Harm, which was ...
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Law puts home care providers in a funding pinch
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Queen Garner, a certified nursing assistant with Independence First, jokes with Susan Werth in Werth's Milwaukee home. Because of the Affordable Care Act, agencies such as Independence First will be required to provide full-time workers with health ...
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Obama health care law is big election issue
SHARE 41 CONNECT 30 TWEET 7 COMMENTEMAILMORE. A pair of lawmakers offered previews this weekend of one of the big issues of next year's congressional elections: President Obama's health care law. The Senate's top Republican, Mitch ...
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Afghan legislators approve new election law ahead of 2014 presidential poll
Washington Post
The law still needs to be signed by President Hamid Karzai. Another law regulating the responsibilities of the electoral management bodies was passed over the weekend. Karzai also needs to sign off on that one. It was not known when Karzai would act.
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Group pushes for practical training for law students
Washington Post
More than a thousand law professors are pushing the group that accredits the nation's law schools to set stricter requirements for students to get hands-on training before graduating. The Clinical Legal Education Association, a group of law teachers, ...
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Law enforcement officials in South Mississippi deal with mental-illness calls
When a Moss Point man was involved in an assault and taken to the city jail, staff there suspected he had a mental-health issue. So, instead of keeping him locked up there, officials called Singing River Health Systems Behavioral Health Services to get ...
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New law leaves concentrated cannabis extract in hazy territory
Yakima Herald-Republic
Substance abuse experts are concerned that such increasingly popular, extremely potent and potentially dangerous pot extracts will be sold and that state regulators' interpretation of the recreational marijuana law will allow people to buy vastly more ...
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New law helps animal shelters
Towanda Daily Review
HARRISBURG - Animal shelters have greater legal recourse to seek reimbursement for the costs of caring for abused animals under a new state law. When the law takes effect in September, shelters and local prosecutors will be able to petition a Court of ...
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Health Law Opponents Using Campaign-Style Maneuvers
Kaiser Health News
But these partisan plays are being utilized in the battle over Obamacare; a fight centered on the implementation of an already-passed law, not a congressional seat up for grabs . ... In reaction to the delay and the change in income verification ...
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Komlossy Law, PA Announces Investigation of Leap Wireless International, Inc ...
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — Komlossy Law, P.A. is investigating the Board of Directors of Leap Wireless International, Inc. ("Leap" or the "Company") (NASDAQ:LEAP) for possible breaches of fiduciary duty and other violations of state law in connection with ...
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Australia Enacts Whistleblower Law
Wall Street Journal
MELBOURNE—Australia enshrined greater protection for whistleblowers into law Monday, with legislation that safeguards public servants but would enable the prosecution of anyone following the example of fugitive U.S. intelligence contractor Edward ...
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Audit finds Pa. dog law enforcement lacking
HARRISBURG - When it comes to so-called puppy mills, the state's Dog Law Enforcement Office in recent years failed to live up to its name. An audit to be released Monday by state Auditor General Eugene DePasquale has found that the agency charged with ...
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Pennsylvania's Voter ID Law Gets Its Day In Court
Pennsylvania's voter ID law will be back in state court Monday after more than a year of legal limbo. A state judge will decide whether the 2012 law — which hasn't been enforced — violates the state's constitution. The measure requires voters to show ...
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Law & Disorder (July 15, 2013)
Kingston Daily Freeman
Law & Disorder (July 15, 2013). Published: Monday, July 15, 2013. The following items are based on information provided by officials in law enforcement and the criminal justice system. ATHENS DWI: Joel Barreto, 31, of Schenectady, was arrested by state ...
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AZA Law Firm Celebrating 20 Years of Growth in Houston
Sacramento Bee
Founded in July 1993 by attorneys John Zavitsanos and Joe Ahmad, AZA has grown to include nearly 30 attorneys today with a focus on commercial litigation and intellectual property law. Through the years, AZA has successfully represented clients in ...
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Pennsylvania Voter ID Law Being Argued Anew to State Court Judge
Opponents of Pennsylvania's voter identification law are asking a judge to overturn the Republican-backed legislation, which requires voters to show photo ID to cast a ballot. Judge Bernard McGinley of Commonwealth Court in Harrisburg will hear opening ...
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Law Enforcement Sunday
Herald and News
... or email customercare@heraldandnews.com and we can assist you. Already a Print Subscriber? None of these apply to you? Back. Need an account? Create one now. Discuss; Print. Posted in Law enforcement on Sunday, July 14, 2013 3:04 pm.
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Walker confident abortion law will be upheld
Sacramento Bee
WATERTOWN, Wis. -- Gov. Scott Walker says he is confident a law requiring abortion doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals ultimately will be upheld in court. A federal judge last week blocked enforcement of the new law's requirements ...
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MURPHY'S LAW: John Deere is a Classic, 'The Heat,' Mistake of a lifetime
The John Deere Classic, was exactly that, an instant classic. Hometown hero Zach Johnson looked like he was going to win back-to-back titles but just couldn't make the big shot. Johnson had a 1 shot lead on the 18th, but bogeyed to send it to a 3-man ...
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Lieutenant governor says law may need change
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey, who backed a new law allowing handgun carry permit holders to keep weapons in their vehicles at work, says the law needs clarifying. Referring to an opinion by Attorney General Robert Cooper, ...
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Voter ID law back in Pa. court
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
The GOP-controlled Legislature and Mr. Corbett approved the law in March 2012 requiring all voters to show photo ID at the polls, which could include driver's licenses, U.S. passports, and military, government and state-affiliated nursing home and ...
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Law Enforcement Cracks Down On Impaired Drivers
Northern Colorado 5
STATEWIDE—Hundreds of Colorado drivers were arrested over this year's Independence Day weekend, as The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), Colorado State Patrol (CSP) and local law enforcement agencies throughout the state ...
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Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz says Florida prosecutor in ...
By Greta Van Susteren
Below was copied from Real Clear Politics (and was quoted from FOX NEWS CHANNEL Mike Huckabee show): MIKE HUCKABEE: You have said that you thought the pros.
Law & Disorder: 1 killed, 1 hurt when 2 vehicles collide | jacksonville ...
By The Times-Union
One person was killed and another was suffered serious injuries in an early morning crash Sunday, Jacksonville police said.Traffic homicide detective Robert Peck said two cars collided at Kernan and Butler boulevards about 2:10 a.m as one ...
Pennsylvania voter ID law taken back to court | The Raw Story
By Arturo Garcia
Pennsylvania's Republican-backed voter identification law will be challenged in court on Monday after being both upheld and suspended in 2012, the Allentown Morning Call reported. The law, which requires voters to provide ID at the polls, ...
The Raw Story
Connecticut State Police to gunmakers: No more advice on law
Dannel P. Malloy signed the state's gun control law, Stag Arms of New Britain came up with a modified design and took it to the state police firearms unit to see whether it would pass muster.The unit was helpful, even making a design suggestion  ...
Perry Defends Strict Abortion Law in Texas | KTXL FOX40
By Zohreen Adamjee
The bill placing new curbs on abortion that passed the Texas legislature last week isn't anti-women, Gov. Rick Perry argued Sunday.
Potential effects of new anti-abortion laws and 2014 'personhood ...
By Beth Hawkins
Dr. Stephanie DahlAmong the patients Dr. Stephanie Dahl has treated so far this year were two college students with cancer. Both radiation and chemotherapy can destroy a woman's fertility.
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Superman and the Duty to Rescue on Bloomberg Law | Law and the ...
By James Daily
... and the Duty to Rescue on Bloomberg Law. Posted on July 15, 2013 by James Daily | Leave a comment · Bloomberg Law has produced a short video about my piece on Wired.com about Superman and the duty to rescue in Man of Steel.
Law and the Multiverse
George Zimmerman wants to go to law school to 'help others like ...
By Anomaly
George Zimmerman wants to go to law school reportedly to help others who have been 'wrongly accused'. Zimmerman is referring to the murder trial for 17 year-old Trayvon Martin, and not the previous arrests/accusations of molestation, ...
Legal Theory Blog: Geistfeld on Positive Economic of Tort Law
By Lawrence Solum
Mark Geistfeld (New York University School of Law) has posted Fault Lines in the Positive Economic Analysis of Tort Law (Research Handbook On The Economics Of Torts (Edward Elgar Press, Jennifer H. Arlen ed.), Forthcoming) on SSRN.
Legal Theory Blog
Legal Briefs: This Week In Law : Life of the Law
By Rebecca Worthington
Legal Briefs: This Week In Law. Written by Rebecca Worthington on Monday, July 15th, 2013. George Zimmerman found not guilty; a poli sci professor grades the closing arguments. (HLN). Judge concludes that Apple conspired to raise the ...
Life of the Law
German managers back a minimum wage law - The Local
German industry is largely in favour of a minimum wage, a new survey shows. Yet despite the opposition Social Democrats putting it high on their agenda, managers still do not trust the party with the economy.
The Local - Germany's news in English
Obama Administration, Law Enforcement Quietly Contained ...
By George Chidi
TweetAs the George Zimmerman not-guilty verdict captured the attention of America on Saturday night, Najee Shabazz Muhammad found himself quietly stewing in a jail cell in Atlanta. Muhammad is commander of the New Black Liberation ...
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Zimmerman Reportedly Wants to Attend Law School Now That He's ...
One might assume that a courtroom is the last place George Zimmerman would like to call home since a jury found him not guilty Saturday in the fatal shooting of  ...
Pennsylvania Voter ID Law Trial Starts Monday - Breitbart
Eyes will be watching Pennsylvania as a trial starts Monday to determine if a 2012 voter identification law is constitutional. The law requires all voters to show a ...
How Much Is About Florida Law? | TPM Editors Blog
TPM Reader DD writes in from Wisconsin. Going on the below, I'd be curious to hear from lawyers in other jurisdictions how distinct Florida law seems from how ...
George Zimmerman, now a free man, wants to go to law school ...
Now that he's a free man, George Zimmerman wants to go to law school to help other people like him.
AG looks into claim Deer Valley board broke meeting law - Glendale
AG looks into claim Deer Valley board broke meeting law,The Arizona Attorney General's Office is investigating whether the Deer Valley Unified School District ...

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