Daily Archives: September 10, 2012 - 2 results


Posted 2 years ago in Jury Awards by Sylvia Hsieh  
Parents Who Witnessed Police Shoot Their Son Win $2.5 Million

The parents of a teen who was shot and killed by Washington County, Ore. deputy sheriffs won a $2.5 million federal jury verdict. 18-year-old Lukus Glenn was shot in front of his home as his parents looked on. In a tragic irony, it was Glenn’s mother, Hope, who had called 911 for help, saying that her son was drunk and holding a pocket knife and threatening to kill himself. Officers arrived at the house and found the teen outside the home. …

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Posted 2 years ago in Divorce by Dan Abrams  
Pick a Divorce Lawyer As You Would Pick a Spouse, But More Carefully

Choosing a divorce lawyer may be the most important decision you have made since, well, marrying that person from whom you now want to legally sever ties. Who represents you in this personal, often frustrating and immensely important process is crucial. Yes, I understand the notion of comparing the process of picking a divorce lawyer to picking a spouse may seem as absurd as it does ironic, but there are actually many relevant similarities. Let’s start from the beginning.   …

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