Although the Uniform Code of Military Justice criminalizes a servicemember's use of 'contemptuous words' against the president, some use social media to insult Obama
The district attorneys selling their letterhead to debt-collection agencies have committed a gross abuse of power
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Judges on the Delaware Court of Chancery are putting plaintiffs' attorney fee requests under the microscope in cases challenging corporate deals — and slashing requested fees when they find tha
...York office who submitted an amicus brief on behalf of four law professors in support of Marshall's son's side of the case. "...
Lamar Smith is at the apex of his career, as the new chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, a position he's waited 24 years to reach. And because he knows he could lose it in two years, he's in a
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