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St. Louis attorney is voice for Ford family (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
A prominent St. Louis attorney is once again serving the family of Gerald Ford, this time as spokesman and by helping to plan the funeral. Gregory D. Willard, a partner in the Bryan Cave law firm, has spoken on behalf of the family at news conferences in recent days.
Former E.C. city attorney dies at 64 (The Times of Northwest Indiana)
EAST CHICAGO | Attorney Nathaniel "Ned" Ruff, known for his keen legal acumen as Mayor George Pabey's counsel, passed away Friday afternoon. Ruff, 64, died of renal cell cancer at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, family members said.
Indy attorney washed dishes with Ford (The Indianapolis Star)
One of the first things Indianapolis attorney Earl Townsend remembered of his college days with Gerald Ford is sharing dishwashing duties with the man who eventually became the 38th president of the United States.
Attorney Wants Coroner's Statement Tossed (The Morning News)
BENTONVILLE -- Coroner Kimberly Scott's defense attorney is fighting to keep statements she made to police from being introduced during her trial on felony drug and theft charges.
Election Of Dead Candidate Means Appointee Will Hold Office, Attorney General Says (The Morning News)
LITTLE ROCK -- A victory at the polls by a West Memphis City Council member who died before the election leaves the person appointed to fill the vacancy as the office-holder for the coming term, according to a state attorney general's opinion.
Citizens reminded to prepare a Power of Attorney for Healthcare form (Fond du Lac Reporter)
Agnesian HealthCare reminds people they should prepare a Power of Attorney for Healthcare form. The legal document names who may make medical decisions on your behalf if you cannot.
Suspect in slay of lady lawyer arrested (Sun Star)
BAGUIO'S most wanted criminal, who was the subject of a nationwide manhunt for the alleged murder of lady lawyer Eugenia Campol of the Public Attorney's Office in Camp 7 over a year ago, was captured by the police in a town of Cavite recently.
The district attorney returns to work (The Buffalo News)
A familiar face will be returning to the Erie County District Attorney's office in the New Year - the district attorney himself.
Nebraska Attorney Worked On Saddam Hussein Trial (KETV.com)
OMAHA, Neb. -- An Assistant U.S. Attorney from Omaha was one of the advisors to the Iraqi High Tribunal this last year. The tribunal investigated and prosecuted Former Iraqi Dictator Saddam Hussein on crimes against humanity.
12:30 a.m. - Alicia Limtiaco sworn in as island's second elected attorney general (Pacific Daily News)
12:30 a.m., Jan. 1, 2007 - Alicia Limtiaco officially became Guam's first woman attorney general after Supreme Court of Guam Justice F. Philip J. Carbullido administered her oath of office at exactly 12:05 this morning.
12:30 a.m. - Alicia Limtiaco sworn in as island's second elected attorney general (Pacific Daily News)
12:30 a.m., Jan. 1, 2007 - Alicia Limtiaco officially became Guam's first woman elected attorney general after Supreme Court of Guam Justice Philip J. Carbullido administered her oath of office at exactly 12:05 this morning.
Attorney General approves sale of M-Care to Blue Cross (WOOD TV 8 Grand Rapids)
DETROIT -- The Michigan Attorney General's Office has approved the sale of M-Care, the insurance business of the University of Michigan Health System, to Blue Cross Blue Shield of...
Attorney Says Pastor Charged With Theft Is Sorry (WCCO Minneapolis/St. Paul)
A pastor charged with stealing nearly $14,000 from the Fisher Chamber of Commerce is repentant and plans to repay it all, his attorney said. More Minnesota News More Crime News