Monthly Archives: June 2014

Some folks were very upset today at a ruling from the United States Supreme Court, so they took it out on twitter, by railing against @SCOTUSblog. . For the less informed @SCOTUSblog is not a twittersphere pronouncements of the Mighty … Continue reading

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The Missouri Supreme Court has answered a question that has haunted baseball fans for generations:  When we go to the ball park are we assuming the risk of being hit on the eye by a hot dog thrown by a … Continue reading

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This month, the North Carolina General Assembly quickly passed a law (SB 574, S.L. 2014-17) clarifying the role of the statute of repose in N.C.G.S. 1-52 (16), with the intention to provide clarification in the wake of CTS v. Waldburger … Continue reading

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On Monday night’s episode, Sheriff Longmire of Absaroka County, Wyoming was questioning the mother of a missing murder suspect when her cell phone rang.  The Sheriff recognized a local number, and thinking it was likely the suspect, he asked for … Continue reading

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Today, Governor Pat McCrory signed Senate Bill 574 into law. Having passed the house 108-0 and the Senate 49-0, this law clarifies the original intention of the North Carolina Legislature that the statute of repose in N.C.G.S. 1-52(16) should apply … Continue reading

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