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Viral Video Shows Girl Falling From Ride, Does She Have Legal Case?

Viral video this weekend shows a 14-year-old girl falling 30 feet off an amusement park ride in upstate New York. Witnesses are heard screaming “her neck is stuck” and “they’ll catch you, honey” moments before she fell into the arms of visitors and security personnel. Local news reports indicate a man who tried to catch …

Extremely Dramatic New Video Shows Actual Philando Castile Shooting

Warning: Video above features disturbing content. Dash cam video released Tuesday shows the actual shooting of Philando Castile by Officer Jeronimo Yanez in Minnesota. Footage shows police pulling over Castile for a broken taillight before the incident turned tragic. Yanez first asked for a license and insurance registration. “I have to tell you I do have a firearm …

Mark Sellers’ alleged Ponzi scheme

Investors who believe they may have lost money in activity related to Mark Sellers’ alleged Ponzi scheme are encouraged to contact attorneys Alan Rosca or James Booker with any useful information or for a free, no obligation discussion about their options. John Elliott has been registered as a financial advisor with Ameriprise Financial Services from …

Sarah Palin is Talking to Lawyers over New York Times Article; Here’s How Her Case Would Look

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin says she’s talking to attorneys because of an inaccurate New York Times editorial. If it ever came to it, does she have a viable libel claim against the outlet? This all started with a Wednesday article, where the Editorial Board tried to unpack the shooting that left four victims injured, including a Republican Congressman, Rep. Steve …

Mueller Taps Criminal Law Expert For Clarity On Obstruction Of Justice

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has reached out to the Justice Department’s deputy solicitor general Michael Dreeben, in an effort to understand some of the complex issues of law that have come up so far in the Russia investigation–including what “obstruction of justice” might look like under the circumstances. Said to be the Justice Department’s top …

UPS Sued for Allegedly Firing Muslim Employees Who Wanted to Pray

 UPS and a staffing agency were sued Thursday after Somali Muslim employees were allegedly fired when they wanted to pray during their shifts. “There is no lawful reason for any company to stop Muslims from praying when previously that company had allowed such prayers in a manner that did not impact the workplace,” said Amir Malik, Civil Rights Director …

Older Plaintiffs Have Died Waiting for Trump University Payments

President Donald Trump promised to pay $ 25 million to close out the Trump University class-action lawsuits, but some plaintiffs won’t be getting that money. A number of the older litigants have been passing away, USA Today reports. They looked at a court filing from this week, which said some plaintiffs died since the case started. …

If Comey Testifies Trump ‘Pressured’ Him to End Russia Investigation, Legally, Is That Obstruction of Justice?

  Wednesday brought a new CNN report that claims fired FBI Director James Comey will testify publicly before the Senate Intelligence Committee. Not only that, but he is expected to say President Donald Trump pressured him to end the feds’ investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. If this report pans out, then a question gets raised: …

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