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Blog Posts in July, 2013

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  • Missouri Circuit Court Judge Fires Longtime Court Personnel For Helping Wrongly Accused Innocent Defendant
    Missouri Circuit Court Judge Fires Longtime Court Personnel For Helping Wrongly Accused Innocent Defendant

    Missouri Circuit Court Judge Fires Longtime Court Personnel For Helping Wrongly Accused Innocent Defendant In 1984, Robert Nelson was wrongly convicted of rape. Even though you are supposedly innocent ...

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  • NCAA Sued Over Use of Likeness of Athletes
    NCAA Sued Over Use of Likeness of Athletes

    Soon after a recent court ruling came out, the NCAA gave EA Sports notice that they will not be redoing the contract with them for their future games. In other words, NCAA Football will now be called ...

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  • Hospital liable over handling of lien
    Hospital liable over handling of lien

    Merchandising Practices Violation Pled against Hospital Statute allows hospital lien on patient’s recovery against third-party tortfeasor, but only to satisfy debt owed to hospital. Patient’s insurer ...

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  • Change of custody based on alienation of one parent
    Change of custody based on alienation of one parent

    Modification Affirmed Statutes provide that circuit court may consider modification of custody on facts constituting substantial and continuing change of circumstances after previous decree, or ...

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  • Issues in George Zimmerman Trial Regarding Death of Trayvon Martin
    Issues in George Zimmerman Trial Regarding Death of Trayvon Martin

    The George Zimmerman trial regarding the death of Trayvon Martin has generated an unusual amount of controversy. What do people think about this case? Please speak out and let us know your thoughts. ...

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  • New Kansas Abortion Law in Effect
    New Kansas Abortion Law in Effect

    On April 19, 2013, the Kansas Governor signed the new law regarding abortions. On July 1, 2013, HB 2253 goes into effect which prohibits a person from performing or inducing abortions or attempting to ...

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