Is there a site to get legal advice in Michigan?

It may be time to seek legal help. I would rather do it on the web than call a lawyer, is that not crazy? Do you know of a website in Michigan for legal advice? Hi, I don’t think it’s weird to want to get your legal advice on the web, but I don’t think […]

From House of Lords to Supreme Court

From 31 July 2009, the judicial function of the House of Lords and its role as the final – and highest – appeal court in the UK will end, bringing about a fundamental change to the work and role of the House of Lords.

A new United Kingdom Supreme Court, separating the judicial function from Parliament (those who make the law from those who interpret it in courts), will open in early October 2009 opposite the Houses of Parliament in Parliament Square – formerly the Middlesex Guildhall.

Lord Mance, one of the 12 Law Lords in the House of Lords, outlines the key changes to the judicial role of Parliament.

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Legal Headline News–Bush tax cuts, violent crime down, first vaccine-autism award

The estimated number of violent crimes committed in the United States declined in 2009 for the third straight year, according to an annual report released Monday by the FBI.

House Republican leader on Sunday suggested he may be willing to concede to Democrats who want to let the Bush tax cuts lapse for the wealthiest Americans, but the Senate Republican leader today said he is standing his ground.

(CBS) The first court award in a vaccine-autism claim is a big one. According to CBS News the family of Hannah Poling will receive more than $500,000 per year to pay for Hannah’s care. Experts say the compensation could easily amount to $20 million over the child’s lifetime.

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Marketing – an Indispensable Tool of Your Legal Practice

Lawyer and marketing? I’m sure you must be surprised because for you these are two completely different areas, just like chalk and cheese. However, your business can thrive only when the breach between what you offer and what your client need is bridged. If you are a legal practitioner running a fairy successful practice, you […]

Where can I find a list of hate crime case law?

Are there any websites that have lists of hate crime case law? I’m looking more for homophobic hate crime rather than the other kinds. This article will give you an idea of what the Hate Crime laws are all about.

Sharia Law Replaces Civil Law in Poor Indonesian Islands – Lewis Simmons

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Lewis M. Simons, journalist and co-author of The Next Front, tells of how Sharia law has supplanted constitutional law in some remote Indonesian islands. The poverty stricken residents have allowed Muslim clerics to collaborate with military and police officials to enforce the Islamic religious law.


With his co-author, Senator Christopher Bond, Lewis M. Simons, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, argues that Southeast Asia, and especially Indonesia, will be the next hot spot in the war on terror. The authors propose that the U.S., having lost credibility with failed military efforts in the Middle East, deploy “smart power” — civilians — instead of soldiers to defuse anger and create alternatives to violent movements. – Politics and Prose Bookstore

Lewis M. Simons is a freelance writer who won the 1986 Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting. He served as the foreign policy correspondent for Time magazine from 1996 to 1997 and bureau chief in Tokyo for Knight-Ridder Newspapers from 1989 to 1996. He has also been a correspondent for the Associated Press and a reporter for the Washington Post.

Simons is the author of Worth Dying For, published by William Morrow and Company, as well as numerous articles for the Atlantic Monthly, National Geographic, Smithsonian, and the New York Times. He lives in Washington, D.C.

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