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A detailed article on ownership and registration of pleasure crafts, licensing, use and legal limitations and chartering of pleasure boats.
Custody cases involving Driving under the Influence (DUI) are quite complicated due to the severity and emphasis which a court may place on DUI charges.
The statute of limitations for IRS audits has 3 layers based on the circumstances in the case. Understand the layers and limits for prosecution.
A short list of critically important things that you must know about dealing with the DOJ in a criminal tax case.
How to place a bank levy or "freeze" the online bank account of a debtor and collect money. Steps and detailed explanation of the process in California.
Understanding different types of alimony and the factors the court uses in determining the amount of alimony you can expect to receive in a divorce.

Law Journal

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    Does Obama’s Gun Control Plan Lack Ammunition?

    President Obama shared his gun control plan designed to increase the scope of licensing and background check requirements on the sale of firearms. Does this executive order cover far less than...
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    iYogi Sued for Tech Support Scam by Attorney General

    The state attorney general of Washington State announced that they were suing iYogi and its President, Vishal Dhar, to stop a rampant tech support services scam. In most of these tele-support...
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    Yahoo Faces Text Messaging Class Action Lawsuit

    A federal court judge ordered Yahoo to face a class action lawsuit alleging the company sent unsolicited text messages to Sprint cellphone users in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
  4. Justice Scalia's Remarks Ignite Racial Controversy

    Activists and news outlets debated whether comments made during oral argument by U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Antonin Scalia, contained racist overtones. A decision by the Supreme Court in Fisher...
  5. White Collar Crime: Do The Harsh Sentences Fit The Crime?

    The term for cybercrime and similar non-violent charges is “white collar” which refers to criminal charges that can range from internet fraud, possession and distribution of copyright materials.
  6. Time Warner Ordered To Pay $230k For 153 Robocalls

    A New York federal court ordered Time Warner Cable to pay a Texas woman $230K for robocalls (automated phone calls) to her cell phone 153 times in one year.

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