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Idaho Supreme Court Rules Admission and Drugs Inadmissible After Pat-Down Search

People frequently ask questions about search and seizure, particularly when the search is not conducted pursuant to a warrant. The Constitution prohibits unreasonable searches. A warrantless search is unreasonable unless an exception to the warrant requirement applies. One common exception … Continue reading

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Wyoming Supreme Court holds that Agent under Power of Attorney had authority to consent to arbitration in nursing home admission contract

  It is not uncommon for nursing home admissions contracts to include provisions requiring the resident to consent to binding arbitration of any dispute. In this recent case in Wyoming, the question was the enforceability of an optional arbitration clause. … Continue reading

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Escorted To Admission

A past as a male escort did not bar an applicant for admission by the Queensland Law Society KMB (‘the Appellant’) appealed the decision of the Legal Practitioners Admissions Board (Queensland) (‘the Board’) to refuse the Appellant’s application for early… … Continue reading

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Declarations of an agent not always deemed an admission of the employer in the course of litigation

Declarations of an agent not always deemed an admission of the employer in the course of litigation Simpson v NYC Transit Authority, 1st Dept., 283 AD2d 419 Suppose a former employee is called to testify against his or her former … Continue reading

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The settlor’s unambiguous right to revoke prevents admission of extrinsic evidence of intent

A husband and his wife created revocable trusts terminating on their respective deaths at which time each trust was to be distributed in equal shares to their children from prior marriages.After the wife’s death, the husband remarried.He revoked his trust… … Continue reading

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