A researcher recently developed ImPACT, a computerized tool consisting of eight subtests,designed to pinpoint when athletes are put at risk.
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Last week, a Portland, Maine, judge Joyce Wheeler released 44-year-old Anthony Sanborn, Jr. after a blind eyewitness recanted.
76-year-old man files wrongful conviction lawsuit after he is set free.
Michael Hutchison and his wife, Stacie Hutchison,settled at $5,000 with the city of Bowling Green, Kentucky, for a raid that occurred on July 11, 2016.
Former Snapchat employee, Anthony Pompliano, accused the parent company’s CEO Evan Spiegel of once dismissing India as a “poor” country that should not be given priority for the app because it cannot appreciate what it offers.
Texas judge Lori Valenzuela testified on the witness stand Wednesday that Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood, an elected District Attorney (DA), told her he would destroy two defense lawyers’ practices for raising issues of prosecutorial misconduct during the murder trial of 29-year-old Miguel Martinez.
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