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There's been a lot of talk lately about the many conflicts of interest posed by a Trump presidency. And rightly so. After
Our nation's Founders knew that because the presidency "was to be administered by a single man ... corruption was more within the compass of probable events," as James Madison explained.
It was just a joke, the deputy district attorney tries to claim.
Jury duty starts with a summons. The government officially demands you show up at a courthouse on a specific day and time. Not asks, not invites, demands.
Cameras may not lie, but people do all the time. While it's not infallible, video offers an invaluable way to find the truth.
For some youth, system involvement may be immediately followed by homelessness, for obvious reasons: a child who is taken
Parents who work together and make the best decisions for their child are better off than when a court imposes an order on the family. With that goal in mind, look for a parenting expert or coach in your city. There are also many valuable resources available to you including co-parenting classes and co-parenting books. Finally, don't forget to talk to an attorney in your city for a resource list and tips on how to navigate this process!
As we see the casualties mount with each new shooting, the one question gun advocates and gun opponents should both be asking, is: is there a way to save even one life, without threatening each person's ability to defend their own?
Public pensions are wildly underfunded in many political jurisdictions across this country. The pension crisis in Illinois is perhaps the most dramatic: Illinois municipal bonds are treated as "junk" by the markets for good reason.
This case is a poor vehicle for addressing, much less resolving, any of these perplexing and potentially conflicting constitutional concerns.
How the inclusion of more women in the courts, parliamentary bodies and other positions of power fundamentally change decisions and outcomes is perhaps particularly salient to three ongoing debates: the possibility that a woman will be a U.S. political party's presidential nominee for the first time, who should be appointed as the next Supreme Court justice and the role of women in the military.
Despite knowing President Barack Obama has the right and obligation to nominate Scalia's successor, all the Republican presidential candidates and many others on that side of the aisle have called for the [resident to defer nominating anyone for a year so the next president can make the selection.
Leaving Justice Scalia's seat empty until there is a new president would mean that difficult cases this term could come down to a tie, evenly split along ideological lines. So what will it take to get a new justice named?
No one wants to be charged with a crime. But, if you are, or, if one of your friends or loved ones is, here are five things to consider when deciding whether you've got a good defense attorney or not.
The Supreme Court -- and the future of the Latino community -- is at stake in 2016. We've seen what damage Republican presidents have been able to create through appointing partisan judges and Supreme Court justices -- we can't let that happen this year.
That hints at the paradox of Nesser's work: He says he'd love it if one day California put him out of business altogether
"Nothing ever happened, between me and this girl. Nothing ever happened."
Anyone who believes that corporations should not be given the power to impose forced arbitration--which is rigged in their favor and against individuals--should urge their Members of Congress to support and pass the AFA.