Because selling marijuana violates federal law, lawyers advising pot businesses in states that have decriminalized it are at risk
Originally Published: National Law Journal
If it weren't for an inspirational criminal-justice professor, Robb Catalano may never have gone to law school, become a prosecutor and eventually assumed the bench of Tarrant County Criminal Distric
...his wife's address, but that address was crossed out and his brother's address was written in its place. Appellant testified that he had...
Judge Wade Birdwell of the 342nd District Court traces much of his success as a lawyer to verbal battles in public speaking competitions in high school. The experience in public speaking prepped Bird
Two, six, nine, 13, 14 and 16: Those numbers mean everything to Judge Steve Burgess. "That's what my life is about," he says about his six children, the youngest a toddler, the oldest a recently lice
... He remembers the family organizing life around his and his younger brother's baseball schedules, sometimes staying at the ballpark until 1 a.m...
...Roach, who had been shot. Simmons dropped the phone, ran to her brother's side, and waited for the police to arrive. The victim was...
Since high school, Bexar County Court-at-Law No. 5 Judge Jason Pulliam says he wanted to serve in the military because his brother, grandfather and other relatives served. Now the veteran of the U.S.
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