News & Politics
She testified that she provided her 8 year-old daughter and 10 year-old niece to perform sex acts on the then-mayor of Waterbury, CT on multiple occasions, it says here.
First, the California Attorney General starting investigating Beverly Hills law firm The Trevor Law Group for abusing the state’s Unfair Business Practices Act statutes. Then the AG sued the firm using the same law. Now the AG is seeking to have the Trevor attorneys disbarred, according to this.
Thousands of copies of a fake email purporting to be from a prominent partner at a Scottish law firm have been sent. Among other things, it says: “If you want to raise a Civil Court action against someone anywhere in Scotland then I am your man. I am a ruthless bastard and I will screw the opposition to the wall even if it means bending a few rules,” according to this.
“Lawyer Dawn M. Dunbar is in a heap of trouble. Dunbar, who works for a Los Angeles County law firm, was booked Friday for attempting to bring a controlled substance into a jail facility and investigation of conspiracy to commit a felony,” according to this.
Animal DNA is increasingly being used both to convict and exonerate defendants in criminal trials, the ABA Journal reports here. In one case, DNA from dog feces on a suspect’s shoe tied him to a triple murder scene, and ultimately led to his conviction.
“When Kenneth Aupperle, the 43-year-old president of Hauppauge Digital Inc., died of a brain embolism while on a January 2001 business trip, money matters took a back seat to the shock of losing a co-founder. But not for long.” Newsday.com writer Mark Harrington tells the whole sordid tale here.
As I noted below, a veritable shitstorm on the “Greedy Associates” bulletin boards has caused them to change location three times in as many weeks. It looks like they’ve found a new, permanent home here, thanks to the hard work and dedication of a few.