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Inmate Whose Confession Led Ill. to End Death Penalty Is Released

An Illinois inmate has been released after over a decade in prison for a double-homicide conviction that was key to ending the state's death penalty. Alstory Simon was the second person to be convicted for a 1982 double murder, but there were serious… read more...

Dog Bite Injuries: Do You Have a Case?

Getting bitten by a dog is never a particularly pleasant experience. But not every dog bit incident will necessarily make for a successful dog bite injury lawsuit. From the extent of any possible injuries, to the circumstances surrounding the incident,… read more...

Which Corporate Form Is Best for Your Law Firm?

In the 1980s cartoon classic "Garfield's Halloween Adventure," Garfield sings a song about what he should be for Halloween. The same song could apply to new lawyers forming some kind of firm. There are just so many corporate forms to be! Should you be… read more...

Broken Windows at Your Business: What Are Your Legal Options?

Depending on the size and location of your business, you may have a few windows on the front of your building or hundreds of windows looking out on all sides. In either case, broken windows at your business can require costly repairs and will likely… read more...

Can You Sue Anonymous Internet Trolls?

One of the problems with the all-too-common Internet troll is that he or she is mostly anonymous, making it hard to pin down a person in court. And even if you are able to zero in on your particular troll, there may be little the law can do to compensate… read more...
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