Can a federal grand jury be lawfully used solely for purposes unrelated to any criminal investigation
SAN FRANCISCO ? Allen Ruby is used to flamboyant wrestling matches pitting one larger-than-life character against another ? and not just in the courtroom
Half the jury had never even heard of Louis Vuitton before, much less the legal theory of contributory trademark infringement
The Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners Oct. 8 announced the results of the bar examination given on July 29 and 30, 2008. Of the 1,911 applicants who took the examination, 1,582 passed for an overal
The Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners announced Oct. 8 the results of the bar examination given July 29 and 30, 2008. Of the 1,911 applicants who took the examination, 1,582 passed (the overall pas
...suggest that affects his rulings is over the top." Arthur Schofield, a West Palm Beach, Fla., attorney, said Zloch exhibited no bias when...
Though brief and simply worded, Pennsylvania Appellate Rule of Procedure 1925(b) is treacherous territory for attorneys who only rarely approach the appeals courts, experts on appellate procedure say
Though many Pennsylvania lawyers have long bemoaned the perceived murkiness of Pennsylvania Rule of Appellate Procedure 1925(b), it would seem that the criticism has now reached a fever pitch
If you handle trials or appeals in the Pennsylvania state court system, you need to be aware of two opinions that the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania issued in late December 2005 on the issue of appell
...2005) Baer, J.; Saylor, J., dissenting (8 pages) and Commonwealth v. Schofield, PICS Case No. 05-2146 (Pa. Dec. 29, 2005) Baer, J...
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