...white," Banks said. "But it is instead a number of shades of gray." Hynes, 78, lost primary and general election...
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The noise on the roof was thunderous. Did a tree just fall? Had the landlord decided that today of all days was a good time to fix the leak? With a will contest over a sizable estate coming up next w
...substantially similar” to DWI under N.J.S.A. 39:4-50. He argues that his New York offense involved a blood-alcohol concentration...
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The attorneys for a man facing felony charges for texting a picture of his tattooed penis to a woman told the Georgia Supreme Court the law he is said to have broken violates his free speech rights
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