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  1. Texas Mom Out on Bail After Being Accused of Filming in Girls Locker Room

    by , 07-10-2012 at 05:31 PM

    A Texas junior high school principal has been accused of filming via a video camera during the basketball game of her daughter. The kicker? To see how much yelling occurred during halftime pep-talks. 46 year old Wendee Long, who herself ...
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  2. A Blogger's Legal Guide to Writing Posts

    by , 07-06-2012 at 04:29 PM
    Legal Guidelines for Bloggers

    You might be a fresh, new blogger, or maybe you're a seasoned blogger practically from the 90's, and it's been coming up more and more than some bloggers have been penalized or somehow run into legal issues for what they've posted online in their blogs.

    So we wanted to take a minute and share a few tips to help you cover your bases. Just as other kinds of publicists, journalists, and publishers disseminate information that people don't want
  3. May I Sue My Physician For Failure to Diagnose my Illness?

    by , 07-05-2012 at 06:03 PM
    May I Sue My Physician For Failure to Diagnose my Illness?

    Medical malpractice refers to the umbrella term encompassing many different acts of medically negligence. Some commonly and less commonly known types of malpractice in medicine are a healthcare professional's improper treatment, wrong treatment, or also the failure to properly diagnose the correct Illness.

    That said, simply because a medical provider might not have diagnosed a disease or other condition ...
  4. How to Accelerate Resolution of Legal Issues

    by , 06-22-2012 at 03:32 AM
    It may be easy to neglect those itching legal issues but you shouldn't spare when it comes to getting legal things taken care of. Anything that is about legal issues can be a big pain, but sometimes paying the price now, means avoiding a whole slew of bad effects later like repossessions, going to jail, having your wages garnished, or other poor outcomes. For your sanity, and even for your overall health, get your stuff in order, and get your legal house in order. A poor response to pressing legal ...
  5. The current status of medical marijuana laws in the United States

    by , 01-30-2012 at 11:14 PM
    Currently, sixteen states and the District of Columbia have enacted laws legalizing medical marijuana. The laws regarding fees and possession vary by state.

    Alaska legalized medical marijuana under Ballot Measure 8 in 1998. Alaska’s possession limits are 1-ounce usable and 6 plants, 3 mature and 3 immature.

    Arizona enacted Proposition 203, legalizing medical marijuana in 2010. Arizona’s possession limits are 2.5-ounce usable and up to 12 plants.