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The world's first online legal magazine, demystified significant law and justice events around the world, published from 1996 to 2014.

15
May 2012
To Infinity and Beyond: Cyborg v. Carter, Clinton and Others

To Infinity and Beyond: Cyborg v. Carter, Clinton and Others

It's just a tough time right now for cyborg litigants.

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07
Mar 2012
Randy Newsham's Bad Day | Exotic Dancer Slips, Litigates and Loses

Randy Newsham's Bad Day | Exotic Dancer Slips, Litigates and Loses

Randy Newsham, exotic dancer, litigant, slips, litigates and loses. » Continue Reading

28
Nov 2013
Adultery's Bizarre Ancient Legal Background

Adultery's Bizarre Ancient Legal Background

Back in time, a hearing on the charge of adultery invoked a potpourri of bizarre if not funny principles in the name of the law.

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22
May 2011
104 Year Old Judge, Wesley E. Brown. A Modern Solomon.

104 Year Old Judge, Wesley E. Brown. A Modern Solomon.

In June of 2011, the Honorable Wesley E. Brown of the United States District Court at Kansas, with 60 years of tenure, and just after his 104th birthday, will become the oldest practicing Federal judge in the history of the United States.

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16
Nov 2012
A Mestizo Among Us

A Mestizo Among Us

I'm coming out. I'm a mestizo.

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01
Jun 2009
John Haigh, Vampire

John Haigh, Vampire

Criminal law deals with one crazy criminal.

 

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14
Jul 2007

Crime Prevention: Get with the Program! What Program?

Canada annual release of crime rates statistics ignore the lack of a real, effective national crime prevention agency.

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12
Dec 2009
Corri Fetman, Love Lawyer

Corri Fetman, Love Lawyer

In an unusual if not controversial marketing gimmick, Chicago family law attorney Corri Fetman bares it all.

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15
May 2013
Ferry Sinks - Acting Captain Convicted for Criminal Negligence

Ferry Sinks - Acting Captain Convicted for Criminal Negligence

Circa 2013, the captain of a ferry is convicted for criminal negligence causing death. Not in the third world. In Canada.

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11
Oct 2011
The Case of Angela Palmer Raises the Spectre of the Death Penalty

The Case of Angela Palmer Raises the Spectre of the Death Penalty

The murder of Angela Palmer in October of 1984 can not be dismissed as Stephen King fiction.

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