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An Interview with Laurence Tribe
Frank Housh interviews Harvard Law Professor Laurence Tribe about his book "Uncertain Justice"
Using The Most Favorable Standard of Review For Your Appeal
Understanding how to shape your appeal in order to use the most favorable Standard of Review and have the best chance for success.
Ensuring ADA Compliance at Your Place of Business
Understanding the ADA in order to protect your place of business from unwanted litigation and ensure compliance.
West Palm Beach Nursing Home Abuse
Do you have concerns about how your loved ones are being treated in a nursing home? Perhaps you feel that they do the best they can, but that does not necessarily mean that their patients are being treated the way they need to be.
LONG TERM CARE PLANNING
How Will You Pay for Long-term Care?
Jury Nullification: Why Every American Needs to Learn This Taboo Verdict Read more
Did you know that, no matter the evidence, if a jury feels a law is unjust, it is permitted to “nullify” the law rather than finding someone guilty?
Florida Supreme Court denies bar admission to Dream Act candidate
Unauthorized immigrant denied admission to Florida Bar
Duval judge was right to ban the bully
Duval Judge Issued Injunction Banning Student from School After Bullying
TSA Civil Rights Violations
ACLU article, authored by Falen M. LaPonzina, regarding potential civil rights violations posed by TSA security measures.
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