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SCOTUS to Hear Michigan Case on Plea Bargain Process

This week I had a 3-day jury trial. When it was completed, I walked out of the courthouse but my client did not. In such criminal cases, at the brink of trial, it is common that the plea discussions give an accused serious pause. Rejection of a reasonable plea offer can result in significantly more […]

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Even Divorce Lawyers Cannot Afford a Divorce Attorney

The following is a guest post from the LawDiva blog of Georgialee Lang, a Canadian lawyer turned “stay-at-home-Mom” from Vancouver, BC. ¬†Here is her recent post: It should come as no surprise to anyone that most Canadians cannot afford a lawyer. In fact, lawyers often joke that if they had to pay a lawyer, they […]

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