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Shaman Lawyer Interprets Strange Synchronicity: The Latest Britney & Sheen Legal Troubles and Their Potential Impact ...
Shaman Lawyer Vincent Presti categorizes the latest legal troubles against Britney Spears and Charlie Sheen as potential publicity stunts. Recalling his 2007 analysis on Britney’s legal troubles and recording career, Shaman Lawyer Vincent wonders if these stars are somehow generating litigation to offset tour concerns.
Another Mexican attorney general resigns on Calderon's watch
MEXICO CITY � Mexican Attorney General Arturo Chavez Chavez has resigned, a government official told The Associated Press on Thursday.
Mexico's Attorney General Steps Down
(RTTNews) - Mexico's attorney general, Arturo Chavez, who had been at the forefront of the war against drug syndicates with efforts at reforming the country's justice system has resigned, reports said.
Attorney General going after Auburn company
The New York State Attorney General is going after an Auburn company that he says took Central New York and Mohawk Valley customers for a ride.
Attorney hit with more fraud charges
Group bilked insurance companies out of thousands, prosecutor says. Prosecutors on Wednesday filed additional charges against a Glendale attorney who already faces 38 counts in connection with a 2009 auto insurance fraud investigation.
Mexico’s attorney general quits, President Calderon nominates first woman for post
MEXICO CITY — President Felipe Calderon accepted the resignation Thursday of an attorney general known mainly for his weak image in a country fighting a drug war and nominated his top organized crime prosecutor as a successor, the first woman to hold the post if she is approved.
Lawyer sues to end ‘live-stop’ after police strand daughter
Danielle Sheller planned to spend last Friday afternoon with her fiance at a West Philadelphia florist, looking at flowers for their wedding.
Calderon replaces Mexico attorney general
Atty. Gen. Arturo Chavez Chavez steps down after 18 months on the job. President Felipe Calderon nominates Marisela Morales, head of a high-profile organized crime unit, to replace Chavez. Locked in a grueling and bloody war with drug cartels, Mexican President Felipe Calderon on Thursday replaced the nation's top legal official, whose lackluster stint had failed to improve paltry narcotics ...
Attorney General Questions Governor's Use of Campaign Funds for Radio Ads
Letter released by AG's Office takes issues with ruling by secretary of state that N.M. law allows the governor to use campaign funds for advertising Democratic Attorney General Gary King questions whether Republican Gov. Susana Martinez properly used campaign money for radio ads pressuring legislators to support her proposal to stop driver's . . .
Memphis Attorney Charged With Rape In Dyersburg
A Memphis attorney has been charged with raping a woman in Dyersburg.
Mexican president nominates Marisela Morales as attorney general
Mexican President Felipe Calderon announced Thursday that he will nominate Marisela Morales to replace Arturo Chavez Chavez as attorney general.
Banting murder: Lawyer, 3 farm workers claim trial
SHAH ALAM: Lawyer N Pathmanabhan and three farm workers — T Thilaiyagan, R Matan and R Khatavarayan — claimed trial at the High Court here yesterday to four counts of murdering cosmetics millionaire Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya and three others on Aug 30 last year.
Mexico President Calderon nominates first woman to be attorney general
President Felipe Calderon accepted the resignation Thursday of an attorney general known mainly for his weak image in a country fighting a drug war and nominated his top organized crime prosecutor as a successor, the first woman to hold the post if she is.
Mexico Attorney General resigns
Mexican Attorney General Arturo Chavez has resigned from his key post in the fight against drug trafficking.
Attorney general: Company lied to hundreds of Mohawk Valley residents
The state Attorney General’s Office plans to file a lawsuit Friday against a third-party car loan broker in Auburn for allegedly deceiving thousands of Central New Yorkers — including hundreds of Mohawk Valley residents. The accusations are that One Source Networking and its owner, Sara Fagan, falsely told customers that in order to qualify for vehicle loans, they had to purchase an extended ...
Mexico's Calderon replaces attorney general
Mexican Attorney General Arturo Chavez resigned from his key post in the fight against drug trafficking, as President Felipe Calderon chose a top female anti-drug official to replace him.
Attorney Sued, Money Missing
In separate cases, judges order Edgartown lawyer Peter Vincent’s accounts and assets frozen after complaints he misused funds Facing two separate lawsuits alleging he misused funds, Edgartown attorney Edward W. (Peter) Vincent Jr. has had his bank accounts frozen and liens totalling $700,000 attached to his South Water street residence and other assets.
Mexico attorney general quits, president nominates first woman to post
Leaked U.S. cable called appointment in '09 'inexplicable
Attorney's letter indicates UIS coach assaulted players
A former University of Illinois Springfield women’s athletic coach assaulted more than one member of the women’s softball team in the spring of 2009, according to a letter released by UIS on Thursday, two days after The State Journal-Register sued UIS under the state Freedom of Information Act. 
Attorney for DiTonno & Sons requests, receives extension to secure bond
TROY — The attorney for the contractor in charge of the demolition of the former City Hall has asked for and been granted a 30-day extension to secure the necessary bonding for work to continue at the site, as required under an order issued by Justice Michael Lynch. City Corporation Counsel Charles Sarris said the extension, the latest move in an ongoing legal battle between the city, contractor ...