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Recent court rulings across the country are opening up the election process to more public scrutiny of the presidential election, and are also setting the stage for more election-related challenges a
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Bribery. Money laundering. Investment scams. Lawyers don't just represent folks accused of such crimes. They often are the accused. Here we've collected stories of lawyers accused of defrauding clien
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It may be the off-season, but National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell has been busy lately, suspending coaches, levying fines, and revoking draft picks as a result of an organized program
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