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California's insurance department has revoked the insurance license of Glenn Neasham, who was convicted of felony grand theft of an elder for selling an Allianz Masterdex 10 indexed annuity to an... This is a content summary only. Please click on the title for the full content, If you find...
Sometimes pushing the envelope is not a good strategy, and that’s clearly the case when your litigation strategy ends you up in jail. In an Ohio case the judge found an after-the-fact excuse for disobedience of the court’s order to be insufficient, held the LLC’s owner and its...
Two Houston hedge fund slimeballs have been sentenced to REALLY long jail terms for their participation in a $100-million life settlement fraud scheme that victimized 800 people in the U.S. and... This is a content summary only. Please click on the title for the full content, If you find yourself...
Sentencing Law and Policy, a well-established criminal law blog, reported on a story in Bay Minette, Alabama, deep in the heart of the Bible Belt, where courts in one County are giving criminal defendants who agree to attend church for one year a dismissal of their criminal cases, or the...
Depositions That Are Not Used in a Case - Even Those Held Before a Judge in a Courtroom - Are not Open to the Public
The Washington Supreme Court rejected an appeal from Tacoma News Tribune to see the videotaped deposition of a primary witness against a former Washington State trial judge. Tacoma News Inc. v. Cayce (July 14, 2011). [Tacoma News, Inc. v. Cayce (Dissent)] The primary witness in the underlying...