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Judge Acquits Chicago Lawyer Of Coaching Lies

CHICAGO (AP) — A federal judge has acquitted a high-profile Chicago attorney at a rare trial of a lawyer on multiple counts of perjury and obstruction-of-justice charges for allegedly coaching clients and witnesses to lie. 119 more words


Rare Trial Against Lawyer Drawing To Close In Chicago

CHICAGO (AP) — A rare obstruction-of-justice trial of a lawyer accused of instructing clients and witnesses to lie is concluding in Chicago.

Thirty-seven-year-old Beau Brindley is to testify for a second day Wednesday in a federal courthouse where he’s practiced law for years. 111 more words


August 17, 1998: Clinton Admits to Misleading People

Exactly seventeen years ago, on August 17, 1998, Bill Clinton admitted that, under oath, he had not told the truth about his relationship with Monica Lewinsky. 380 more words


Arson suspect denies impersonating, framing innocent woman

HAMPTON, Va. (WAVY) — A woman accused of burning her own home and trying to frame┬ásomeone else denied all charges against her in an interview with WAVY News on Thursday. 405 more words

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Appeals court upholds conviction linked to deputy's murder

SALT LAKE CITY — A state appeals court has upheld the conviction of a man connected to the murder of a Millard County Sheriff’s deputy. 165 more words


Kathleen Kane - Pennsylvania - Attorney General - Leak Indictment - Living Sensical?

Attorney General Kathleen Kane (livesensical.com?) has been criminally charged with perjury, official oppression and obstruction of justice. Kane’s charges are centered around claims she leaked secret…

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Local Attorneys, Including Former PA Attorney General React To Kane Controversy

LACKAWANNA COUNTY—Pennsylvania Attorney General and Scranton native Kathleen Kane faces criminal charges, including perjury and obstruction of justice.

Two attorneys from Lackawanna County, including a former state attorney general, are reacting to the situation. 377 more words