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In Defense of Lawyers
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In Defense of Lawyers

Nov 29, 2019 by

Let’s face it: lawyers get a bad rap. They are the butt of so many jokes. People call them heartless, cold, and bloodthirsty like it’s part of the job description. While I’m sure most lawyers have thick enough skin to not worry about that, perhaps we have been giving them too hard a time. While I can’t speak for all lawyers, there is something...

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Domestic Violence Injurious to both Child and Abused Spouse
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In the United States, more than 10 million cases of domestic violence are reported every year. A great majority of the victims are, of course, women, aged between 16 and 34, who are raped, physically abused or stalked by their intimate partner. Domestic violence is a form of abusive behavior committed by an individual over his/her intimate partner. It can take the form of...

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Assault with a Deadly Weapon
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Although there are differences between states and jurisdictions, assault with a deadly weapon is classified as one of the heavier forms of assault and is considered as a serious criminal charge. It is described as assault using a deadly object, even though there is no actual physical contact between the object and the victim. Simple assault is considered as those resulting in minor injuries...

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