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Marijuana residue laws Marijuana residue laws too vague, lawyer tells Nevada Supreme Court - By David Ferrara Las Vegas Review-Journal A former Las Vegas stripper, who has spent 16 years in prison for killing six teenagers working on a road cleanup crew, is appealing once again to the Nevada Supreme Court. A jury found Jessica Williams guilty in February 2001 of six counts of felony driving with a prohibited … Continue reading Marijuana residue laws too vague, lawyer tells Nevada Supreme Court
Screen Shot 2016-02-11 at 8.54.21 AM Supreme Court ruling suggests neuroscience could upend US legal system - By Aaron Krumins on February 10, 2016 at 12:30 pm If one wants to go hunting for fossilized remains, they need not look further than the United States legal system. Based upon what amounts to medieval precedents from English common law, our present legal code is so out of step with decades of neuroscientific findings … Continue reading Supreme Court ruling suggests neuroscience could upend US legal system
Screen Shot 2016-02-09 at 2.42.19 AM How to Win a Custody Battle - Take action first. If the mother of your child takes you to court, then you will have a problem. When a father takes the mother of the child to court, it shows the court that you really want to be in your child’s life and want to take action. 2.┬áPay child support. Even if it’s … Continue reading How to Win a Custody Battle
Screen Shot 2016-02-09 at 2.23.22 AM Rocco Ritchie Allegedly Pictured Smoking Amid Custody Battle: ‘This Is Exactly What Madonna Has Been Afraid Of,’ Says Source - BY JEFF NELSON @nelson_jeff 02/08/2016 AT 07:10 AM EST Madonna and Guy Ritchie‘s custody battle rages on. Over the weekend, U.K.’s The Sun posted photos of the exes’ underage son Rocco allegedly smoking with friends in London while under his father’s care. “This is exactly what Madonna has been afraid of,” a source tells PEOPLE. … Continue reading Rocco Ritchie Allegedly Pictured Smoking Amid Custody Battle: ‘This Is Exactly What Madonna Has Been Afraid Of,’ Says Source

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