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Blog Posts in February, 2014

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  • Teen Escapes Full Sentence Because of 'Affluenza'
    Teen Escapes Full Sentence Because of 'Affluenza'

    A Texas teenager will not be put in jail for drunk driving last year and killing four people and seriously wounding two others. His defense attorneys build the teen’s case on the fact that the ...

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  • The Court and the Subprime Mortgage Crisis
    The Court and the Subprime Mortgage Crisis

    Robers v. United States is one of the few cases that came out of the subprime mortgage crisis to make it to the Supreme Court. The outcome will determine how much restitution is due from the defendant ...

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  • Trial Begins in Legal Challenge To No-Fly List
    Trial Begins in Legal Challenge To No-Fly List

    In an eight-year legal odyssey to clear her name from the U.S. no-fly list, a Malaysian university professor has finally been given the opportunity to state her case in federal court in San Francisco. ...

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  • Alternative Methods Sought to Reduce Inmate Numbers
    Alternative Methods Sought to Reduce Inmate Numbers

    In a recent report, it was divulged that Mississippi taxpayers spend over $18,000 per year on each inmate in a minimum-security prison. Mississippi’s prison population has grown by roughly 17%, ...

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