Legal News Headlines 4.23.2010

Lawyer for Camry driver convicted of vehicular manslaughter says there is enough evidence to warrant a new trial.
Navy Seal acquitted
Oil platform lawsuit filed
No permit needed in Arizona to carry concealed firearm

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Josh Freese: Indie 1031 Interview w/ Joe Escalante -How To Sell Too Many Records -Part 2

PART 2 of 2. Josh came by my legal advice show to talk about the constant threat of selling “too many records” that dogs his new release “Since 1972” on Outerscope Records. Usually on this show I’m taking calls and answering show biz legal questions but we took a break from that to get an update on what’s happening with Josh’s cool and effective price tiering that has made his new CD something everyone is talking about where ever I go.

Barely Legal Radio can be heard live every Friday from 11am to noon on indie1031.com in Los Angeles hosted by Joe Escalante. Call on Fridays to get your legal questions answered for free or better yet, email your questions to info@barelylegalradio.com and we will set up a time to call you back and record your question and answer for the next broadcast. Go to barelylegalradio.com for more details. It’s free and worth every penny.

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Supreme Court?

What is the job of the Supreme Court? How many judges are in the Supreme Court? Who is the current Chief In Justice of the Supreme Court? How long does someone stay a federal judge? How does someone become a federal judge? Who is the current Senior Senator from Texas? Who is the current Junior […]

Today’s Legal News Headlines 4/20/2010

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Today’s Legal News Headlines for 4/20/2010

Toyota pays largest federal penalty ever by an auto company

Phillie’s fan intentionally vomits on 11 year old daughter of off duty cop…bad idea

Supreme Court will step in on Omega/Costo Case

High Court pondering Hastings College of the Law’s decision to refuse membership to a Christian group

because of the group’s discriminatory treatment of gays and non Christians.

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