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A story from Illinois Family Court

My heart goes out to this poor woman in Illinois and mothers in similar cicumstances.

To be clear: despite all the stories about gender bias’s against men in Family court (which are generally true), THE PRIMARY ISSUE WITH FAMILY COURT IS NOT A MATTER OF GENDER: MEN, WOMEN, FATHERS, MOTHERS, AND CHILDREN ARE ILL SERVED BY THE FAMILY COURTS BECAUSE THE SYSTEMIC ISSUES GENERALLY RESULT IN INJUSTICE FOR ONE OR ALL PARTIES INVOLVED. 417 more words

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But, Court TV Is No More

Here’s the haiku I wrote 20 years ago today (really!) during the Simpson trial:

The world wants to watch

Gavel-to-gavel coverage.

Court TV is here. 22 more words

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People vs. OJS Resumed

Last month I started posting haiku I wrote during the 1994-95 Simpson criminal court case, intending them as a 20-year reprise of some of the daily events of that phenomenon that held so much of the public in its thrall for well over a year. 192 more words

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NBA PRESIDENCY...OUR BLOG WISHES MRS FUNKE ADEKOYA ALL THE BEST IN THE COMING ELECTIONS

NBA Presidency: On whom will the lot fall?

With barely four days to the much awaited Nigerian Bar Association NBA election, candidates have been perfecting plans to win highest number of delegates’ votes . 1,620 more words

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When A Chicago Immigration Attorney Is Needed, Start With These Pointers

There is a very good chance you have little experience with legal matters. Most people are not well-versed in the law. Most people will need to hire an attorney at some point, and the entire process can be confusing. 22 more words

Anyone Can Pick The Right Immigration Attorney With These Great Tips!

It can sometimes seem frustrating when searching for a good immigration attorney. After all, there are a lot of attorneys out there so you have to be careful and trust the right one. 25 more words

Haiku Hiatus

Since I was a month off on posting the daily haiku I wrote during the ’95 Simpson murder trial, I’m going to hold off posting any more until the calendar catches up.

Meanwhile, happy June 29th!

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