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  • Attorney Steven Brill Discusses the Role of Grand Jury in Ferguson and Staten Island
    Attorney Steven Brill Discusses the Role of Grand Jury in Ferguson and Staten Island

    The Huffington Post recently published an article written by Attorney Steven Brill that discusses the role of the grand jury in the headline-making Ferguson and Staten Island cases. In both cases, the ...

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  • Shakespeare Had It Wrong: Don't Kill All the Lawyers.
    Shakespeare Had It Wrong: Don't Kill All the Lawyers.

    How many times have we heard a lawyer called a name like "ambulance chaser," "shark," and "shyster?" Usually, this derogatory, name-calling is triggered by cases in which an attorney represents a ...

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  • Here Come Laws Against Cyber Bullying!
    Here Come Laws Against Cyber Bullying!

    Some may be interested to know that laws against Cyber Bullying are coming. If a new law out of Albany County, New York, is any indication, then the writing is on the wall that this controversial ...

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  • When Art and Real Life Collide in the Courtroom
    When Art and Real Life Collide in the Courtroom

    The relationship between art and real life has been the source of great debate. Recently, questions surrounding the relationship between art and life have entered the courtroom – more specifically the ...

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  • Revenge Porn: The State of the Law in New York
    Revenge Porn: The State of the Law in New York

    At the moment there is no specific statute criminalizing what is commonly known as "revenge porn" in New York. As it is generally understood, revenge porn refers to the unauthorized publication or ...

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  • New Bill in New York City Could Help Those with Criminal Records
    New Bill in New York City Could Help Those with Criminal Records

    New York's City Council is about to vote on a new bill that will ban private business from asking potential job applicants if they have ever been convicted of a crime – until after the job offer has ...

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