As Connecticut proposes opioid tax, distributors push back.
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Oklahoma takes J & J to court in opioid trial. J & J mounts its defense.
The Ohio Supreme Court disbars attorney for misrepresenting himself to a client in a divorce case and his prior disciplinary record.
The crippling opioid abuse crisis is decreasing employee productivity. One company is stepping in with resources to keep people at work.
Judge voluntarily gives up his law license after stalking girlfriend. Former associates describe him as a “regular hard-working guy.”
Customer has hot wax dropped on her right eye while manager argues with another patron. She settles for $400,000.
Guard bets a Subway sandwich that an inmate would take her life, and she did. The same facility has an overgrowth of black mold.
Corpus Christi judge receives public reprimands for incidents of inappropriate behavior.
A judge’s estranged husband is asked to move some furniture, according to family member, and is shot while at her residence.
Religious hate crimes are investigated by police. One perpetrator is caught. The other case remains open.