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EOIR Announces Appointment of New Administrative Law Judge at the OCAHO
On December 2, 2016, the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) announced the appointment of James McHenry as an administrative law judge (ALJ) in the EOIR's Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer (OCAHO). This appointment was effective November 14, 2016.
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How To Know When It’s Time To Settle Your Motorcycle Accident Claim
Following a motorcycle accident, it is essential for you to have the proper information on how to negotiate the best settlement.
President Obama's Unprecedented Betrayal of Israel at the UN: An Addendum
In this post, I will examine some the salient points in Glick's op-ed, and offer my thoughts as an addendum to my main blog post.
What Mesa Citizens Need To Know About Bankruptcy Claims
Knowing the ins and outs not only gives you peace of mind, but it also allows you to prepare adequately as you figure out what you need to do to move forward with your life. Here is the process of filing an Arizona bankruptcy:
How To File a Personal Injury Case in San Diego
In San Diego, traffic accidents occur every day and unfortunately they have debilitating effects including injury and in extreme scenarios, death. In the event of a traffic accident, one of the best and most sensible steps an individual can take is hiring an accident lawyer.
Important Employment Law Info for Orange County Employees
Employment regulations preside over the rights and duties existing between employers and their employees. Employment law is also commonly known as labor law, and it contains rules that are principally created to safeguard the safety of workers.
Number of Times Phoenix Citizens Can File for Bankruptcy
Unforeseen problems such as unemployment, high medical bills, divorce expenses, and other economic difficulties that occur in the lives of Arizona residents may make it hard for them to file for bankruptcy.
What Judges Want - Hon. Brad Karren
An interview with the Hon. Judge Brad Karren, Benton County, Arkansas
Watertown – Fourth Amendment Exceptions
An analysis of the exceptions to the Warrant requirement for the searches of nearby homes after the Boston Marathon Bombing.
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