...Now I zip along the surface like a guy on a Jet Ski." Since lawyers may be somewhat aware of the...
...stopped her. According to the record, appellant had been driving a jet ski on Lake Belton when the warden decided to conduct a safety...
The digital revolution, already in full swing in trial courts, is moving to the courts of appeals, writes Martin J. Siegel. Changes in how lawyers file briefs and how judges and clerks read them offe
...others traveled by boat to a place on the water known as "Jet Boat Cove." Godwin traveled to Jet Boat Cove in a boat owned...
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