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Court reverses Blount County death penalty case

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) – An Alabama appeals court struck down a death penalty conviction Friday and re-instated another.

In a case from Blount County, the appeals court reversed the capital murder conviction and death sentence that Thomas Doyle Crowe received for the November 2009 killing and robbery of Marvin Dailey. 228 more words


Sheriff Department

2/6/2012 4:08 pm

My innocent husband is locked up for something he didn’t do! There is no evidence! Someone in the dept. is playing games with our lives! 383 more words


Gold Medalist Michael Phelps Pleads Guilty To DUI

BALTIMORE (WJZ) –No jail time for the most decorated Olympian of all time. The judge warned Baltimore County native, Michael Phelps, another slip-up could come with consequences. 426 more words


Nigeria: Nigerian Military Sentences 54 Soldiers To Death For Disobeying Authorities

Story from the Tumfweko Website
A military court in Nigeria has sentenced 54 soldiers to death after they were found guilty of mutiny. The soldiers were convicted in Abuja on a two-count charge of criminal conspiracy to commit mutiny, while four other soldiers were acquitted. 9 more words


Multiple Lawsuits Filed Against by SXSW

South By Southwest is supposed to be a time to let loose and enjoy music, films, and the interactive conferences that are held, but this year’s festivities took a turn for the worse when a drunk idiot tried to evade police at a D.U.I. 501 more words


Court-Based Programs Holiday Closure

Please note that PBLA’s court-based programs are closed for the holiday period.

The programs are set to re-open on the following days:

  • Civil Claims Duty Counsel Program (Calgary): January 12 at 12:30 pm…
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Pro Bono Law

Get out of jail free card?

‘Oppressive credit terms’, ‘extortionate credit transaction’ – words often mentioned by directors once a company has fallen into insolvency, despite the fact that the directors themselves are usually the ones who sign a company up to the loans in the first place. 446 more words

Corporate Recovery