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Caius is dead.

The overwhelming majority of lawsuits settle before trial. By some estimates, fewer than 1 out of every 10 cases make it all the way to trial. 658 more words


Five years to save the world

He’s at it again.  For a guy that has made a living in the legal profession, he does like predicting the end of days (or more accurately… 979 more words


TN Police arrest 10 elementary school students for being bystanders to a fight


Records show that the children were charged with “criminal responsibility for conduct of another,” after allegedly witnessing and fight and not intervening.

Good luck prosecuting a 6 year old for having the necessary…

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Activist Judge Sets Trial Date For Frivolous AR-15 Lawsuit In CT

Connecticut Judge Barbara Bellis refused to comply with federal law last week, which compels her to toss out a frivolous lawsuit filed by a small group of Sandy Hook families who are seeking to make selling the most popular rifle sold in the United States illegal.

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2nd Amendment

Divorce and Remarriage

These days you hear and see many men of God divorce and remarry at the speed of light. My observation is that many people disregard the teachings of Jesus Christ and the Apostles when it comes to Divorce and Remarriage. 688 more words


Massachusetts Federal Court Throws Shade at Brandeis, Office for Civil Rights

The United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts issued an 89 page decision that took aim not only at private higher educational institutions’ use of the increasingly popular investigatory model for processing cases of sexual assault, but the court also called into question aspects of the sexual harassment/assault guidances that have been issued by the U.S. 1,510 more words

Higher Education

Nebraska Just Abolished Civil Forfeiture, Now Requires A Criminal Conviction To Take Property

Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts signed a bill on Tuesday that eliminates civil forfeiture, which allows law enforcement to seize and keep property without filing charges or securing criminal convictions.

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