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Troubled teen testifies she was forced into prostitution, but defense attorney questions her credibility
Dallas News (blog)February 1, 2017

But the defense claims the only victim in this week's criminal trial is the defendant, Marcel RaAnthony Richard. He is charged with human trafficking and compelling prostitution. If convicted, he faces up to life in prison. Richard, 31, has a criminal ...more »

Judge refuses to unseal Russell Budd deposition, testimony linked to Baron & Budd asbestos memo
Southeast Texas RecordFebruary 1, 2017

While the Baron & Budd case has been cleared off the court's docket for more than a decade, Biederman believes Budd's deposition, which is presumably centered on the “Terrell memo,” has relevancy to current asbestos litigation and would eventually play ...more »

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Opt-Out Act in Oklahoma… and Beyond?!
WorkersCompensation.com (press release)February 6, 2017

Oklahoma City, OK (WorkersCompensation.com) - In September of 2016, the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled that the 2013 revision to the state's workers' compensation laws contained the Opt-Out Act, which violated the Oklahoma Constitution. Under this Act ...more »

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