Federal prosecutors in Massachusetts, where the death penalty was abolished nearly 30 years ago, face the rare prospect of two simultaneous capital cases for unrelated killings that happened more tha
... Neither defense attorney Judy Clarke of San Diego's Clarke & Rice nor federal public defender for the District of Massachusetts Miriam Conrad...
The list of the names of the 8,098 candidates who passed the bar examination given on July 30 and 31
The Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners on Oct. 18 announced the results of the bar examination given July 30 and 31. Of the 2,117 applicants who took the examination, 1,637 passed; the overall pass
Notice to the bar
...rsquo;s lawyers—Judy Clarke of San Diego's Clarke & Rice and federal public defender Miriam Conrad—did not respond to...
...Tsarnaev attorney Judy Clarke of San Diego's Clarke & Rice did not respond to a request for comment. Federal public defender...
...One of his attorneys, Judy Clarke of San Diego's Clarke & Rice, well-known for her work in capital cases, tried to answer...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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