Cold Case Files 012 Part 4

MURDER ILLUSTRATED ; BLOOD RELATIONS

Police solve the murder and sexual mutilation of Peggy Hettrick when they are finally able to link graphic sexual materials found in the home of suspect Timothy Masters, though no hard evidence was ever found. And DNA from a semen stain helps cops crack open the 23-year-old case of a man who raped and killed his sister-in-law.

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Vernon Jones Doesn’t Know The Constitution

WSB-TV reports that in a taped deposition, Georgia U.S. Senate candidate Vernon Jones admits to not knowing the United States Constitution.

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How have Supreme Court decisions impacted the Federal government’s ability to regulate interstate commerce?

How have Supreme Court decisions impacted the Federal government’s ability to regulate interstate commerce and does the ability to regulate interstate commerce give the Federal government more power than it would have otherwise? That’s some interesting wording there. I wonder, is your teacher really that dumb, or is he just trying to brainwash you and […]

Sessions Lays Out Case against Kagan

Senator Sessions delivered the following statement today at the Judiciary Committee meeting on Elena Kagan. Sessions focused on concerns that Ms. Kagan would put her personal political views above the objective application of the law, highlighting her decision to obstruct military recruiting on Harvard’s campus and her decision not to aggressively defend a U.S. law she disagrees with.

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Iowa’s Constitution and Same-Sex Marriage Supreme Court Decision

A look at the history of civil rights in Iowa, including an 1868 decision preventing segregation in schools, and allowing women to be lawyers in 1869, the first in the nation. How does Iowa’s constitution talk about individual rights and minority rights, and how was that taken into consideration in the April 3, 2009, ruling allowing same-sex marriages in the state?

Guests on this program are: Mark Kende, Des Moines: Professor of Law; James Madison Chair in Constitutional Law and Director of the Drake Constitutional Law Center and Karen Thalacker, Waverly: Lecturer in Public Law, Wartburg College; Attorney, Gallagher, Langlas, and Gallagher; Author, The New Lawyers Handbook.”

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where can I find case law on internet?

I need to find prior case law where children refused to return to the custody of father. Children are age 15 & 16. I need to be able to cite case law. Chldren already have a court appointed attorney. Trying to cover my a**! findlaw.com or others like them. findlaw you can set the location […]