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State of Georgia Sued Over Voter Registration Law

The Jurist, a legal news and research site, reports that multiple civil rights organizations have filed a lawsuit against Georgia’s Secretary of State Brian Kemp – who is also the Republican nominee for state governor – to stop enforcement of a recent election law. House Bill 268 (HB 268) has essentially placed a hold on. Continue reading…

County’s Refusal to Run Anti-Terrorist Bus Ad Unconstitutional, Federal Court Rules

County’s Refusal to Run Anti-Terrorist Bus Ad Unconstitutional, Federal Court Rules Earlier this year, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held that a Washington county violated the First Amendment by refusing to run an anti-terrorism ad on the side of a public bus. The Ninth Circuit has jurisdiction over several states’ courts. Continue reading…

Legal Issue: When Hard Work is Not Rewarded

Can an attorney work too hard and too long on a case? According to a lawsuit on the issue, the answer depends on who is footing the bill, apparently. The New York Times published an article earlier this year about a Galveston, Texas attorney who got the short end of the stick when it came. Continue reading…

5 Ways Court Reporters Help Stabilize Courtrooms

Court reporters carry a lot of responsibility with our jobs.  We need to do a lot of things that may not be noticeable to those who may merely be observing a trial or a hearing, but if we don’t perform at an appropriate level the entire legal process can be compromised.  We understand this reality. Continue reading…

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