Posts made in September, 2010

Man Finally Walks Free From Dallas County Jail

9/30/2010 Dallas County – After 20 years, Stephen Matthew Brodie finally walked out of Dallas County Jail. State District Judge Lena Levario ruled in favor of Brodie, declaring him as having been wrongly convicted for the abduction and sexual assault
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Target Corporation Ordered by Judge to Stop Hazardous Waste Dumping

9/30/2010 Riverside, California – Alameda County Superior Court Judge Steven Brick has issued a preliminary injunction, which prohibits Target Corporation in dumping their waste materials. Target has more than 240 stores that are in operation in California, and all were
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Developing people skills

Developing people skills Love yourself.  Then give away all the love you feel today.  Dr. Denis Waitley. The first skill we must develop is how to successfully talk with people.  Notice I say talk with people and not talk to
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Inspection of Egg Facilities in Iowa for Salmonella is On the Way

9/29/2010 Minneapolis – Food safety law firm Pritzker Olsen attorneys, together with a microbiology professor, will be inspecting the Hillandale Farms and Wright County Egg on September 30 and October 5 respectively. The site investigation is brought about by the
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Jury is Being Selected for Susan Baker Trial

9/29/2010 Chipley, Washington County –The jury for the trial of Susan Baker, will be completed soon, after an arduous selection process of finding someone to sit at the jury to be impartial, considering that in a community of 22,000 people,
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What do you know about people?

What do you know about people? We have all heard it said, “It is not what you know it is whom you know that matters”.  Yet that is a cynical look at our phenomenal democratic system in the United States
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Man on Death Row Seeks an Attorney

9/28/2010 Nebraska – Raymond Mata, Jr., a 37 years old, who was convicted in 2000 for the kidnapping and murder of 3-year-old Adam Gomez in 1999, is asking for an attorney since he is currently on death row. It can
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Prosecution Keeps Witnesses a Secret

9/28/2010 Butler County, Ohio – Common Pleas Judge Andrew Nastoff ruled in favor of the prosecution on Monday, allowing the eight witnesses in Calvin McKelton’s case to remain a secret. The defendant’s lawyers would only get to know the eight
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Mississippi may require pro bono

Mississippi may require pro bono September 27, 2010 The Mississippi Supreme Court is debating whether it should require state attorneys to perform Pro bono service.  The proposal would require attorneys to complete 20 hours of pro bono service per year
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Murder conviction in Adenhart death

Murder conviction in Adenhart death September 27,1010 Santa Ana, California A Santa Ana California Jury convicted Andrew Gallo, 23 of murder in the deaths of Los Angeles Angels rookie pitcher Nick Adenhart, Henry Pearson and Courtney Stewart, in the April
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