You’re not quite sure why you’re still there, but you know you have your reasons — and some of them are pretty bad.
Lawyers need to have compassion and empathy or justice is lost. It is not win at all costs anymore.
‘Here’s some money to pay you back for that fine that ‘I’ got, wink wink…’
The future of your firm depends on your technology decisions today.
Notes to my (legal) self.
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(United States Seventh Circuit) – Affirmed the sentence of a defendant who pleaded guilty to transporting methamphetamine as part of a 20-person conspiracy.
(United States Seventh Circuit) – Affirmed an order requiring a defendant convicted of operating a heroin distribution conspiracy to pay restitution to the family members of another participant in his offense, who were victims in their own right.
(United States Seventh Circuit) – Held that the district court should have suppressed evidence of heroin and an illegal gun that was found in the defendant’s home. Concluded that his consent to the search of his home was invalid because police initially detained him without reasonable suspicion that he was engaged in a crime. Reversed …