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The attorney for disgraced financier Tim Durham says the proposed sentence for his client is “absurd.” A presentencing report recommends that Durham—convicted in a Ponzi scam that bilked $200 million from victims—spend around...
DAILY AMERICAN REPORTERA Somerset County judge heard arguments from a convicted murderer Monday to reduce the length of his sentence or toss out his guilty plea to third-degree murder. Brett M. Bailey, 25, Canonsburg, claimed Monday at a hearing via videoconference from SCI-...
Tags: Defendants, Justice System, Punishment, Lawyers, Prosecution
pix11.com | @wpixA grand jury charged police officer Jose Ramos and his wife Wanda Abreu with conspiring to hire a hit man to murder a witness in a criminal case against Ramos, according to Bronx District Attorney Robert T. Johnson and New York City Police Commissioner...
Religious liberty, also known as freedom of religion, is guaranteed by the 1st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Since its enactment, this guarantee has been interpreted to mean that under U.S. law, people are free to practice the religion they choose...
As law firms across the country cut back, Offit Kurman has grown. Rapidly. The firm, founded in Towson 25 years ago, doubled its revenue from 2008 to 2011 — a period that included the worst-in-decades recession — and added dozens of employees...
Tags: Laws, Towson, Volleyball, Business, Justice System
South Florida Sun-SentinelBoard-certified real estate attorney Gary M. Singer writes about the housing market in this space each Friday. To ask him a question about short sales, mortgages, refinancing, homeowner's associations or any other residential real estate topic. Q: I...
Dear Liz: We have $130,000 invested in mutual funds, but the returns the last few years have been less than 4%. With the financial advisor taking 2% as a fee annually, we are not satisfied with the growth. A co-worker suggested buying blue-chip stocks...
Tags: Credit and Debt, Homes, Finance, Laws, Credit Ratings
Robert Zimmerman Sr. arrived at the Orlando Sentinel lobby alone March 15. He was so nervous that he was trembling. Sad and resigned, he discussed death threats his family had received. But the father of George Zimmerman also was determined as he...
Sentinel CorrespondentBoard-certified real estate lawyer Gary M. Singer writes about the housing market at SunSentinel.com/housekeys each Friday. To ask him a question, go to SunSentinel.com/askpro Q: I filed for bankruptcy over two years ago and included my primary and...
Most Americans probably haven't given much thought to the botched gun trafficking investigation by theBureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosivesknown as "Fast and Furious." What they do know are probably the most embarrassing details —...
Tags: Bill Clinton, Darrell E Issa, Barack Obama, Politics, Elections
The Hartford CourantAt the prison where he sent one of the state's most notorious killers to death row, the state's top prosecutor testified on a makeshift witness stand Wednesday in an unusual and long-awaited trial challenging the fairness of Connecticut's death penalty....
A state task force composed of police, mental health advocates and gun rights representatives began its look Tuesday at whether Maryland laws governing gun access by the mentally ill should be changed. Questions the 17-member panel will consider...
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