Daily Archives: September 27, 2012 - 5 results


Posted 2 years ago in Creditor/Debtor by Lawyers.com   
Ignoring Credit Card Debt Claims Can be a Costly Mistake

U.S.consumers are $18.7 billion dollars behind on their credit card debt. Increasingly, banks are taking delinquent borrowers to court, suing them for payment. Often, these borrowers never show up in court to contest the charges. This can be a big mistake, especially because the documents submitted to the court frequently include costly errors.   Failure to Act Has Consequences When a debtor fails to contest credit card charges or show up in court, the bank or collection agency wins the …

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Posted 2 years ago in Criminal Law Government by Aaron Kase  
Arkansas Will Vote on Medical Marijuana, Court Says

Denizens of the South, get ready to light up. The Arkansas Supreme Court today gave the green light to a ballot measure that will allow residents to vote on bringing legalized medical marijuana to the state this November. The Coalition to Preserve Arkansas Values, a group of conservative activists, had tried to block the measure, arguing that the wording on the ballot didn’t make it clear that people who sold or used medical marijuana could face prosecution under federal law. …

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Posted 2 years ago in About Lawyers.com by Larry Bodine  
Learn How Lawyers.com Can Help You [VIDEO]

  Dealing with legal issues can be overwhelming. You could ask friends and family but some things are just too private to share. Fortunately, there’s Lawyers.com. We make it easy to find the legal information you need and the best lawyer for your situation — online and at your convenience. We’ll help you better understand your issue, answer your question or find a highly-rated attorney in your area. Lawyers.com is the only website with attorney ratings powered by Martindale-Hubbell, the …

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Posted 2 years ago in Crime Criminal Law by Michele Bowman  
Zimmerman Update: A New Book, DNA, and School Records

One of George Zimmerman’s confidantes, Mark Osterman, has published a book about the man accused in the murder of Trayvon Martin, the Florida teen who Zimmerman shot and killed after a confrontation in Zimmerman’s neighborhood. In keeping with the circus-like atmosphere that has grown up around the case, Osterman (along with his wife Sondra) has written a book that flies in the face not only of recently released state evidence in the case, but also of Zimmerman’s account of the …

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Soccer Player Sues DC United for Career-Ending Concussion

Major League Soccer star Bryan Namoff is not taking his concussion lying down. The former DC United midfielder is suing his former team and coach Tom Soehn for $12 million, saying they failed to properly diagnose and treat him after a career-ending head injury three years ago. Namoff, 33, was injured in a mid-air collision during a game at RFK Stadium in Washington, DC against the Kansas City Wizards in September 2009. He was not treated for his injury and …

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