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- Using a DUI Expert Witness to Defend Impaired Driving Cases
Provided by William C. Head, PC
The questionable "science" behind field sobriety test evidence collected by police from unsuspecting citizens detained for suspected driving while intoxicated offenses must be met with a DUI expert witness in the defense phase of the case, to have the best opportunity to educate the jury about these bogus evaluations. Similarly, a breath alcohol test is never used by medical doctors, and police breathalyzers have known precision limitations and maintenance accountability crime lab records.
- Deciding between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Provided by HG.org
Many individuals who file bankruptcy file under the specific chapter that they qualify for. If they are not eligible for one filing, they explore the other. However, some people fall into multiple eligibilities and determine which bankruptcy filing will better suit their needs.
- Internet Crimes
Provided by The Law Offices of Michael S. Berg
Over 15 million Americans are victims of Identity Theft each year. Another 100 million more are at risk.
- What Is the Statute of Limitations on Medical Malpractice for Georgia?
Provided by Morgan & Morgan
When a patient is injured by their doctor’s negligence, they can file a medical malpractice lawsuit. In Georgia, the statute of limitations can vary based on the specific circumstances of each case.
- Can You Break the Law in Virtual Reality?
Provided by Kenneth Padowitz P.A.
Virtual reality is now becoming mainstream. What was once a popular topic for science fiction, virtual reality is now becoming – for lack of a better word, a reality.
- New Indiana Law Makes it Illegal to Leave a Crashed Vehicle in the Road
Provided by The Law Office of William W. Hurst
House Bill No. 1048 will add a section to the Indiana Code that makes it illegal for vehicles involved in an accident to remain on the road. As of July 1, 2016, crashed vehicles will be required to move off the road as quickly as possible.
- USCIS Issues Draft Policy Memorandum on L-1B Specialized Knowledge Visas
Provided by Jurado & Farshchian, P.L.
On March 24, 2015, the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (“USCIS”) issued a draft policy memorandum on L-1B adjudications, calling for feedback by May 8, 2015, before the policy becomes effective on August 31, 2015.
- Missouri Jury Awards $55 Million in Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit
Provided by d'Oliveira & Associates
Johnson & Johnson must now pay $55 million in damages to victim who claims the company’s talcum powder caused her ovarian cancer.
- How to Enforce a Foreign Judgment in Georgia (Domestication)
Provided by Cobb Law Group
Creditors who have sued (and won), may find that the debtor has moved its business operations or move its assets to another state. When this happens, the creditor should consider domesticating their judgment in the new state.
- Stick to the Basics: First, Do No Harm
Provided by Stephen Cohen, MD, MBA, FACS, FASCRS
I was recently involved in a medical malpractice case that went against the physician. In this particular case, however, lack of communication and common sense led to a favorable plaintiff’s verdict.