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26 Aug 2014, 2:49 pm by Stephen Bilkis
Finally, it was settled in People v Lawrence that recantation evidence is unreliable. [read post]
15 Jan 2020, 1:03 pm by Ronald Mann
Counsel faced an active bench yesterday when they presented arguments in Romag Fasteners, Inc. v Fossil, Inc. [read post]
17 Jul 2020, 1:06 pm
  But she was still willing to talk and deliberate. [read post]
26 Jul 2022, 5:26 am
Is it harder to find doctors willing to sterilize than willing to do abortions? [read post]
21 Nov 2013, 12:56 pm
How many innocent people are you willing to throw in jail in order to convict a guilty person? [read post]
17 Apr 2007, 11:24 pm
One good thing about the California Court of Appeal is that it's generally willing to amend its opinions in order to respond to arguments contained in petitions for rehearing. [read post]
24 Jun 2011, 10:40 pm
I don’t encourage people to write their own wills. [read post]
26 Dec 2016, 9:13 am by Kenneth Vercammen, Esq.
Update Wills and Estate Planning Seminar Materials 2012 in NJ 2012 update Wills and Estate PlanningSeminar materialsCompiled by Kenneth Vercammen1. [read post]
12 Aug 2009, 11:06 am
I mean, like, positive of it, as opposed to just willing to believe it? [read post]
18 Apr 2007, 3:30 pm
Yesterday I noted that the California Court of Appeal had amended a plethora of its opinions that day, and slightly complimented them for doing so -- or, at least, for being willing to amend.Today, apparently emboldened, read -- in its entirety -- the following amendment by Justice Rubin:"GOOD CAUSE appearing the opinion filed in the above entitled matter on April 9, 2007, is modified as follows:On page 3, the amount of '$17,958.13' in the first full sentence shall be… [read post]
27 Dec 2005, 12:28 pm
See, for example, University of Manitoba v. [read post]
22 May 2023, 5:48 am by Thomas Repczynski, Esq.
Prior to the 2007 adoption of the Harmless Error Rule in Virginia, all wills and changes to wills had to meet all the statutory attestation whistles and bells to be legally enforceable. [read post]