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Constitution Will Likely Be an Emolumental Failure in Checking Trump’s Corruption

Even the most seasoned constitutional lawyers haven’t given much thought to the “Emoluments Cause” in Article I, Section 9 of the US Constitution. The Chimps have spent a combined 25 years teaching constitutional law to actual law students at an actual ABA-accredited law school, and we can assure you that the Emoluments Clause never made its way onto any syllabus. 1,517 more words


Jury Remains Deadlocked in Michael Slager's Trial Over Walter Scott's Death

(CHARLESTON, S.C.)—Jurors in the Michael Slager murder trial are going home for the weekend. They have deliberated more than 16 hours over three days in the case of the white former South Carolina patrolman charged in the shooting death of Walter Scott. 85 more words

Johnny Manziel Reaches Deal In Domestic Violence Case

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DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) – Troubled ex-NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel has reached a deal with the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office in his misdemeanor domestic violence case. 339 more words


The Scalia Vacancy and the Supreme Court

Today I have the honor to serving as the keynote speaker for the Federal Bar Association Orlando Chapter’s conference. I will be speaking at noon at the U.S Courthouse on the Supreme Court’s history and current controversies. 379 more words


Victims cheated of at least $14,600 in new Facebook scam

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SINGAPORE – A new scam has surfaced on Facebook, with victims being cheated out of at least $14,600 in seven cases between September and November, the police said in an advisory on Friday (Dec 2). 178 more words

Current Affairs

Bruce’s goose cooked? Did former prosecutor knowingly present bogus letter to Grand Jury in Parlato case?


Former Assistant US Attorney Anthony Bruce led the charge to indict Frank Parlato last year. In so doing he may have committed perjury. 1,028 more words


Parlato seeks “fellow victims” of the United States Attorney


The prolific local publisher Frank Parlato, accused by the United States Attorney’s Office of fraud and violating tax rules, is seeking “fellow victims” of former officials William C. 1,001 more words

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