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Signs That Your Loved One Has Suffered Abuse at a Nursing Home

Are you confident that your loved one is receiving the best care possible? We hope and trust that our elderly relatives are in a safe, nurturing environment in their old age. Unfortunately, mistreatment and abuse in long-term care facilities are more common than you've ever imagined. Each year thousands of elderly and disabled individuals suffer ab...
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Tips on Protecting Yourself during Divorce

Divorce is not only one of the most stressful events that some people go through, but also the greatest destroyer of wealth. Apart from the lawyers' and court fees, there is the cost of moving out and starting over for at least one partner. Apart from the high expenses, there is the problem of having to pay them all at once. Just furnishing a place...
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Understanding the Texas Driving Law

  What You Need To Know About the Texas Driving Law Section 545.425 of the Texas Driving code expressly prohibits the use of any wireless communication device in the hands of drivers under the age of 18. The only exception is an emergency. Furthermore, drivers of any age are forbidden to use a wireless communication device in a school zone unl...
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Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Lawyer for a Criminal Law Case

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Nobody wants to find themselves in a position where they need to hire a criminal lawyer, and where their future depends on the abilities and experience of the solicitor arguing their case. When you've been arrested and charged with a crime, a million thoughts can start racing through your mind – whether you're guilty or not. Thoughts about yourself...
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The EFF Urges SCOTUS to Protect the Privacy of Data that Crosses Borders

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) recently released a statement urging the U.S. Supreme Court to prioritize cross-border privacy rights in a lawsuit popularly referred to as the Microsoft Ireland case. The organization asked the Supreme Court to rule in favor of Microsoft against the U.S. government, which is demanding that the software make...
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