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Susan Garsh today issued a gag order designed to ensure that former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez can get an impartial jury when he goes on trial for allegedly murdering Odin L...The 25-page order, which sets rules for both Bristol District
L awyers who assist clients with legal matters related to the marijuana industry may be in violation of ethical rules, according to an opinion issued by the Colorado Bar Association. The opinion, issued in April 2012, is gaining attention in the
Seattle attorney Kurt Boehl is happy to think he's contributing to the success of Washington's grand experiment in regulating marijuana by advising his clients on how to navigate the industry's legal complexities. But there's a worry that his efforts
Michele Bachmann's 2012 presidential campaign was looking for a boost in the crowded Iowa caucus field when she fixed on Kent Sorenson, a populist Tea Party firebrand. Bald, burly and born again, the newly elected Iowa state senator from Milo was
Thursday, Nov. 08, 2012 Ray Covington and his family own more than 1,000 acres of timberland in Lee County, considered to be a natural gas-rich pay zone and prime fracking territory. Six times wildcatters have come knocking with offers of money to
August 30, 2012 While most everyone would say that it is a conflict of interest for Prime Minister Harper's chief of staff Nigel Wright to meet and be lobbied by Barrick Gold or any of the dozens of companies in which he has friends and/or financial
Aveo Oncology announced in late May that the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center would lead clinical tests of its promising new cancer drug. What the Boston-based company's news release did not say is that M.D. Anderson 's president, Dr.
The Democratic leader was holding a briefing to promote a campaign finance disclosure bill when she said she was asking people to contribute to us, if they want to elect more reformers to Congress. House ethics rules prohibit members of Congress from
Gableman with the Wisconsin Judicial Commission and state Government Accountability Board. \n\n Participants in ongoing redistricting cases involving the law firm, Michael Best & Friedrich, are asking that Gableman recuse himself or be disqualified.
The Orlando Sentinel reported in early October that, according to several staff members speaking privately, there was widespread fear among the agency's remaining employees about the possibility of being targeted for dismissal should they do