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Death Penalty History and the Present for Massachusetts

Death Penalty History and the Present for Massachusetts

Massachusetts has dealt with witches, anarchists, Quakers, pirates and gangsters in high profile executions.  Massachusetts hanged 26 people for practicing witchcraft.  The death penalty was abolished in 1984. A Boston Globe poll from 2013 showed that one-third of Boston’s residents would favor the death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The last time the death penalty was […]

Lawsuit Filed Against Mainstream Media for Sandy Hook Massacre Staging

Lawsuit Filed Against Mainstream Media for Sandy Hook Massacre Staging

There has been a one trillion dollar lawsuit filed against Mainstream Media for the apparent staging of the Sandy Hook Massacre which was said to have taken place in December of 2012. Media outlets such as the Associated Press, The New York Times the Newtown Bee and the Hartford Courant are also being sued in […]

Dershowitz Sued by Lawyers of His Alleged Underage Sex Assault Victim

Dershowitz Sued by Lawyers of His Alleged Underage Sex Assault Victim

Just as famed legal expert Alan Dershowitz was preparing to file disciplinary complaints against two attorneys who represent a woman who claims that he had sex with her when she was underage, the alleged victim’s lawyers beat him to the punch by suing Dershowitz for defamation. The 76-year-old former professor at Harvard Law School did […]

New Law Seeks to Ban Wearing Hoodies in Public

New Law Seeks to Ban Wearing Hoodies in Public

A new law is seeking to ban wearing a hoodie in public places. Senate Bill 13 would work in conjunction with a law that bans hoodie wearing during crimes and could land violators in Oklahoma a $500 fine. The original law was aimed at combating the Ku Klux Klan but the amendment would potentially affect […]

Eric Garner Death to Be Investigated by Justice Department

Eric Garner Death to Be Investigated by Justice Department

The U.S Department of Justice has announced that it plans to conduct a federal investigation into the death of Staten Island resident Eric Garner, after a Grand Jury decided on Wednesday not to indict NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo to stand trial in Federal court on charges which could range from murder to the unlawful use of lethal […]

Supreme Court Politics Painful for the Poor

Supreme Court Politics Painful for the Poor

The last vestige for the poor and middle class has become an enemy. Our ‘check and balance’ system has failed. The intent of our forefathers that the Supreme Court not be politicized has been cast aside. Decisions made by the Republican dominated Court have become painful for the poor and working class. Our nation’s highest […]

Copyright 101 for Artists

Copyright 101 for Artists

On Nov. 12, an attorney from the U.S. Copyright Office will participate in a free, one-hour telephone call to answer questions regarding the copyright process. The call will address the procedure for submitting a copyright as well as what it means and does for an artist from a legal standpoint, essentially “Copyright 101 for Artists.” The call was […]

EPA Sued by Natural Defense Council Over Enlist Duo

EPA Sued by Natural Defense Council Over Enlist Duo

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was sued by the Natural Resource Defense Council (NRDC) over the approval of Enlist Duo, a Dow AgroScience product. The lawsuit was filed soon after the EPA approved the weed control product. The NRDC contends Enlist Duo will further deplete the monarch butterfly population and it is also a risk […]

Arab Bank Rejects Its Liability for Terrorism

Arab Bank Rejects Its Liability for Terrorism

After a jury trial in the United States (U.S.) last month declared Jordan-based Arab Bank liable for Hamas attacks that victimized Americans, the $46.4 billion institution has now legally moved for a more favorable judgment, saying the verdict in U.S. Federal Court was the result of legal and factual errors. The trial was brought by […]

Red Bull Does Not Give Wings, Apparently – Claim Refund

Red Bull Does Not Give Wings, Apparently – Claim Refund

Makers of the energy drink Red Bull have agreed to settle a class action lawsuit filed against them because, despite claims made in their famous television ad campaign, Red Bull apparently does not give someone wings. Austrian-based Red Bull GmbH, who produce the world’s number one energy drink, have approved a $13 million settlement with […]

Publisher Ellora’s Cave Suing ‘Dear Author’ Blog

Publisher Ellora’s Cave Suing ‘Dear Author’ Blog

Erotic romance publisher Ellora’s Cave is suing the Dear Author blog for alleged defamation. Ellora’s Cave is bringing the suit against the blog and its proprietor over comments made in a recent post regarding the alleged latest troubles within the company. In the suit, the publishing house is seeking monetary compensation of a minimum $25,000, […]

Arias Trial: A $2.5M Price Tag [Video]

Arias Trial: A $2.5M Price Tag [Video]

In the first day of the new Arias trial, 300 potential jurors reported to the courthouse and half have already been dismissed, as questioning highlighted their inability to be impartial in this case. Defense costs for the legal team assigned to Arias have already tagged Arizona taxpayers for more than $2.5 million and, as the new penalty trial begins, the […]

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