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BAIL HEARINGS IN FELONY STRANGULATION CASES – SEVEN MEDICAL-PHYSIOLOGICAL FACTS EVERY JUDGE AND ATTORNEY SHOULD KNOW

I write this post out of a sense of urgent concern. I recently observed an absolutely dismal bail hearing in a FELONY strangulation case presided over by a clueless judge and an uninformed prosecutor. (I will not mention the name … Continue reading

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Seven Times Journalists Were Censored: 2017 in Review

Social media platforms have developed into incredibly useful resources for professional and citizen journalists, and have allowed people to learn about and read stories that may never have been published in traditional media. Sharing on just one of a few … Continue reading

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Top Seven HRWatchdog Blog Posts of 2017

2017 has been another busy year for employers. and January 1, 2018, will bring even more new employment laws. Our most read HRWatchdog posts of 2017 reflect some of the top employment law stories of this year, including new local … Continue reading

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Seven Awful DRM Moments from the Year (and Two Bright Spots!): 2017 in Review

The Apollo 1201 project is dedicated to ending all the DRM in the world, in all its forms, in our lifetime. The DRM parade of horribles has been going strong since the Clinton administration stuck America with Section 1201 of … Continue reading

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Seven states join DOJ lawsuit opposing AT&T, T-Mobile merger

[JURIST] Seven states, including California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington, on Friday joined an antitrust lawsuit [amended complaint, PDF] initiated by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) [official website] attempting to block a proposed $39 billion acquisition … Continue reading

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