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Case 'o The Week: Congress takes the First Step, Ninth takes the Second — Valencia-Mendoza and use of state priors as federal sentencing enhancements

The federal government of the United States just entered its longest shutdown in history.Federal courts will run out of money next week.Public defenders will soon join their CJA comrades and will be expected to mount vigorous, constitutionally-mandated defenses for our … Continue reading

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With Interest: The Week in Business: CBS News Gets Its First Female President, and Theranos Goes Back to Court

Government shutdown fallout is hitting airports hard — also, your grocery store. And European officials are scrambling for a Brexit backup plan. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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Live at 6 ET Today: The Last ‘This Week in Law’

After 448 episodes, Denise Howell is calling it a wrap on her vide0 and audio podcast This Week in Law, which she currently cohosts with Stefan Szpajda, an attorney with Dorsey & Whitney in Seattle. I’ll be the guest as … Continue reading

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THE POWER LINE WEEK IN PICTURES: PARTY TIME EDITION….

THE POWER LINE WEEK IN PICTURES: PARTY TIME EDITION. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Audits and reports issued by New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli during the week ending December 21, 2018

Audits and reports issued by New York StateComptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli during the week ending December 21, 2018Source: Office of the State ComptrollerClick on text highlighted in color to access the full reportDepartment of Health: Medicaid Overpayments for Medicare Part B Services Billed … Continue reading

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