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  • State Tax Incentives For Economic Development
     

    State Tax Incentives For Economic Development

    18:18, August 20 816 0

    Economic Development is characterized by United Nations as: "Development that addresses the issues of the present without trading off the capacity of future eras to address their own particular issues."
  • The Legalities Of Spending Time With Your Kids After Divorce
     

    The Legalities Of Spending Time With Your Kids After Divorce

    10:18, July 25 1014 0

    Going through a divorce becomes so much messier and complex when there are kids involved. Once you have gone through the formalities of a divorce and split the assets that you have built up over the years as a couple, how do you then decide how to spend holiday time with your children?
  • Secretary at work
     

    Being a Legal Secretary

    10:11, July 23 1020 0

    A legal secretary is someone, male or female who works in a law office and executes secretarial functions.

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    Hillsborough slur about fans burning police horse false, says CPS

    10:59, December 15 14 0

    The Crown Prosecution Service has found that a notorious slur against Liverpool supporters after the 1989 Hillsborough disaster, that some people trapped in the crush outside the Leppings Lane turnstiles had seriously burned a police horse, was false.
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    Another lawsuit makes racketeering claims against state-legal marijuana business

    09:17, December 15 15 0

    In Crimson Galeria Limited Partnership v. Healthy Pharms (PDF), the owners of four buildings in Cambridge, Massachusetts alleges that a nearby marijuana business, Healthy Pharms, is a “conspiracy to sell marijuana” that damages the value of the plaintiffs’ property. The plaintiffs also argue that related businesses, the marijuana business’s bank and various government agencies are part of the conspiracy under RICO because they enable and encourage marijuana businesses in violation of federal law.
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    The doctor who signed patients’ livers was silly, not criminal. The law is an ass

    09:16, December 15 20 0

    Last Wednesday Simon Bramhall, a consultant surgeon specialising in liver transplantation, pleaded guilty in Birmingham crown court to “assault by beating”. He awaits sentencing. On two occasions during liver transplantation surgery – a highly complex and difficult procedure – he had signed his initials on the surface of his patients’ organs using an argon gas coagulator. If I understand the details of the case correctly, there is no suggestion that marking the liver in this way caused any damage to its function, so the effect was – so to speak – purely artistic.
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    Pedestrian tickets lead to hundreds of suspended driver’s licenses

    08:26, December 15 20 0

    More than half the 2,000 people who received pedestrian tickets in Duval County, Florida, from 2012 to 2016 saw their driver’s licenses suspended or their ability to obtain one limited, according to an analysis by the Florida Times-Union and ProPublica.
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    What the Doug Jones election means for criminal justice reform

    17:04, December 14 46 0

    Last year, prospects were looking good for a bipartisan effort in Congress to overhaul federal sentencing. But after long and careful negotiations, one senator almost single-handedly torpedoed the measure: the junior Republican from Alabama, Jeff Sessions.
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    The Guardian view on deporting rough sleepers: rights and wrongs

    14:43, December 14 36 0

    The high court has robustly rejected the Home Office case that citizens of the EU and the European Economic Area were abusing their right to be in the UK if they were sleeping rough. The government has finally been forced to acknowledge that it is not illegal to be too poor to pay for a roof over your head, and it is illegal to return such people to their country of origin.
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    Most of the Brexit rebels are lawyers. Maybe experts are useful after all

    14:27, December 14 34 0

    The government’s EU withdrawal bill is one of the most significant pieces of draft legislation in decades. Rushed into parliament without a draft text, it bears profound flaws. Such complex legislation, with such critical implications for our constitutional future, should not be decided by a hurried command from ministers.