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People v Sanchez

In ruling in People v Sanchez the Court held that an expert cannot relate case-specific hearsay to explain the basis for his or her opinion unless the facts are independently proven or fall within a hearsay exception.

The President Should Preserve not Attack the Rule of Law

Would you want the President or Attorney General to personally intervene in your criminal case for political reasons? I wouldn’t. That’s why, as a former DOJ prosecutor and Special Asst. to the Asst. Atty. General, Criminal Division, I have joined with over 2,000 DOJ former prosecutors and officials to support efforts to prevent political interference in criminal cases.

BCSE and Bloomberg New Energy Finance Release the 2020 Clean Energy Fact Book

BCSE and Bloomberg New Energy Finance Release the 2020 Clean Energy Fact Book Check out the Clean Energy Fact Book. It’s perhaps the best, single, authoritative source on clean energy—filled with facts and charts. Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) and the Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE) have released the 2020 Fact Book on Clean Energy at a press conference in DC. David Muchow is General Counsel to BCSE and on the Board of Directors.

Illinois Recreational Marijuana Legislation and its Impact on Local Government

Illinois Governor J. B. Pritzker signed into law recreational marijuana legislation this Tuesday, after the Illinois legislature voted by large margin to approve the landmark 700-page Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act (“the Act”).

Social security and workers compensation off set

Social security and workers compensation off set

25 Strategies to Qualify for Benefits and Get Money Faster

25 Strategies to Qualify for Benefits and Get Money Faster

Why Work With A Social Security Attorney?

Why work With A Social Security Attorney

What Types of Cases are Resolved in Maryland's District Courts?

People typically don't think much about the court system until they find themselves on either side of a legal action. And even then, they might initially gloss over differences between the district and circuit courts, considering the terms to be roughly synonymous.

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