Prosecutors relied on racist stereotypes about Black men as hypersexual, drug using super-predators — using drugs, looking for sex, and attacking white women.
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Family Law Section of The Florida Bar Announces New Leadership at Annual Membership Awards and Installation PresentationJuly 29, 2020
Executive Committee officers and Executive Council members were unanimously approved and sworn in by members of the Family Law Section of The Florida Bar at its annual Membership Awards and Installation Presentation held virtually on Wednesday, June 17. Joining the Executive Committee are Douglas A. Greenbaum (Chair), Heather L. Apicella (Chair-Elect), Philip S. Wartenberg (Treasurer),
“Racism, hidden evidence, and intellectual disability were a recipe for wrongful conviction for Pervis Payne,” said Vanessa Potkin, Innocence Project Post-conviction Litigation Director.
Lex Machina used a combination of machine learning and attorney review to develop additional practice-specific case tags and filters.
Fyllo redefines regulatory technology for cannabis with a single platform that conquers compliance at every level.
Cyber Management Alliance, the global frontrunner in cyber crisis management and training, is delighted to announce that its highly popular course, Cyber Incident Planning & Response (CIPR) has become the first course to be certified by the recently-rebranded NCSC’s certified training scheme, provided by APMG International. The Cyber Management Alliance course was first certified by the
The assaulted boy’s mental condition is now worse than when he entered the facility for help.
The Tennessee Supreme Court ordered a stay of execution for Byron Black until April 8, 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Mr. Black’s execution had been scheduled for October 8, 2020.
Lex Machina Launches Public-Facing COVID-19 Impact Analyzer App to Track Impacts on Federal LitigationJune 18, 2020
Important new product feature allows users to quickly and accurately analyze the effects of the pandemic on case filings and court behavior in the federal district court system.