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U.S. Court Authorizes John Doe Summonses about Finnish Residents Using 3 U.S. Bank Payment Cards Linked to Non-Finnish Bank Accounts

By Bruce Zagaris On May 1, 2019, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that a U.S. Court in North Carolina authorized the Internal Revenue Service to serve John Doe summonses on Bank of America, Charles Schwab, and TD Bank in … Continue reading

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Trump Administration Authorizes U.S. Military to Use Deadly Force Along U.S./Mexico Border

Members of a U.S Army engineering brigade place Concertina wire around an encampment for troops, Department of Defense and U.S. Customs and Border Protection near the U.S.-Mexico International bridge, Nov. 4, 2018, in Donna, Texas. Photo courtesy of Voice of… … Continue reading

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Fourth Circuit Authorizes Retaliation By Prospective Employers Against FLSA Claimants

in a significant employment law case, the Fourth Circuit ruled last Friday that an employer may decline employment to a prospective employees due to her having made FLSA charges against a previous employer. The case, decided 2-1 over a strong … Continue reading

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Tuscon Sheriff Authorizes Use of Mass Lethal Force Against Drug Suspects

Phoenix's Sheriff Joe Arpaio may have a rival in the category of worst Sheriff in America. Pinal County (Tuscon)Sheriff Paul Babeu has announced his department will institute a policy authorizing (mandating) the use of lethal force against suspected drug smugglers. … Continue reading

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Massachusetts high court authorizes DNA warrants for unknown suspects

[JURIST] The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court [official website] ruled Thursday that prosecutors can indict a genetic profile in a rape case, even if they do not know the suspect’s name. The ruling will allow prosecutors to indict suspects based on … Continue reading

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