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Posted 4 years ago in Your Family & The Law by Josh Crank  
Nearly Two-Thirds of Parents Want Their Kids to Become Lawyers

Mamas have long been advised to not let their babies grow up to be cowboys, but rather to let them be doctors and lawyers and such. And judging from a new survey by Lawyers.com, the mamas are taking that advice to heart — and the papas are, too. According to the survey, 64 percent of parents hope their children will grow up to pursue legal careers. The results suggest the legal field is a particular aspiration for lower income families, …

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Posted 5 years ago in Criminal Law by Courtney Sherwood  
Cops Monitor Social Media for Clues, Crimes

Twitter, Facebook and other forms of social media are transforming how cops and prosecutors do their jobs – and should make you think twice about your digital movements if you ever get in trouble with the law. Four out of five law enforcement officials said they use social media to help solve crimes, according to a new survey by information provider LexisNexis Risk Solutions (a Lawyers.com sister company). The survey found that federal, state and local-level agencies in both small …

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