Judge Rules Seattle Violated Constitutional Rights of Homeless

November 6, 2016

Contribution from a US legal writer:- In an order issued recently, Tacoma’s Judge Robert Bryan determined Clark County’s road crews ignored the lawful rights of over six destitute citizens when they men were thrown out of their tarps and canopies. Cookers, medications, documentation and photos were destroyed during the regular sweeps which happened between 2012 […]

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Federal Legislation Requiring Repair of Defective Vehicles Stalls

February 6, 2015

Despite the fact that automakers recall defective vehicles, millions of faulty vehicles are still on our streets because the United States does not have a law requiring the repair of used vehicles, including rental cars, which have been recalled for safety issues before they are rented or sold to the public. According to a report […]

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Is Using Navigational Apps While Driving Dangerous?

February 5, 2015

Navigation technology has evolved rapidly thanks to smartphone applications such as Waze and Google Maps having up-to-date directions regarding information on traffic and even speed traps. According to a News9.com report, while millions of people use navigational apps on their phones, the Department of Transportation warns that using those behind the wheel can be just […]

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Win Your Case: Six Requirements of a Wrongful Death Lawsuit

February 4, 2015

If you lost a loved one due to an accident, you may be entitled to compensation. Surviving family members can file a wrongful death claim to vindicate the legal rights of a deceased victim. Those who are thinking about filing this type of claim should speak with an attorney. A wrongful death attorney can help […]

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Sysco Corporation Pays Large Fine For Safety Violations

February 3, 2015

Sysco Corporation, the world’s largest food distributor based in the San Francisco Bay Area, has agreed to pay $19.4 million in fines after an investigation uncovered the company’s secret food sheds that regulators have called illegal and unsafe. According to an NBC news report, this historic penalty is one of the largest consumer settlements in […]

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Why Refinance your Mortgage

December 20, 2014

Every person in this world is striving hard to make the most of the hard earned money and put his savings in the assets he owns. Making assets such as car or a home takes a lifetime and money seems to be the most important criteria for making the final call. Now the times are easier with […]

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New National Campaign against Distracted Driving Features Scary PSA

April 14, 2014

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) scary 30-second public service announcement (PSA) has become quite the talker. The goal of this PSA is to get drivers to stop using their cell phones while driving. The ad is part of the department’s first national campaign against distracted driving. The department is […]

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Feds Sue Oxnard Nursing Home Over Alleged Wage Violations

April 14, 2014

The U.S. Department of Labor has filed a lawsuit against an Oxnard nursing home alleging that the facility did not pay overtime wages to at least 24 workers and fired an employee who spoke about the wage violations to federal investigators. According to a news report in the Ventura County Star, the lawsuit was filed […]

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Shocking stats: 49% of black males arrested at least once before turning 23

January 31, 2014

About the author: Larry Harrison is a forensic pathologist with over 13 years of experience working in the Birmingham lab, having worked closely with local law enforcement. He is also the co-founder of itsGOV – the forensic science and crime scene investigation resource.  According to the FBI crime stats, men are arrested more than women, […]

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Top-10 Whistleblower Developments of 2013

January 31, 2014

There has been a great deal of activity this year in the wild world of whistleblowing — some of it good; some of it bad; much of it still waiting to unfold.  Here is our listing of 2013’s Top-10 whistleblower developments, many of which we surely will be wrestling with in 2014. 10.  UK Whistleblowers.  The […]

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