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  • Felony Theft Charges Filed Against Texas Tech Footballers to Be Dropped
    Felony Theft Charges Filed Against Texas Tech Footballers to Be Dropped

    In May 2016, three Texas Tech football players – Dakota Allen, Robert Castaneda, and Trace Ellison – admitted to burglarizing a home during the winter and stealing firearms, a television, and other ...

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  • Truck Accident Investigations - Part 2 - Electronic On-Board Recorders
    Truck Accident Investigations - Part 2 - Electronic On-Board Recorders

    Much like an airplane, many commercial trucks have electronic on-board recorders (EOBR) installed within them. These “black boxes” store important data pertaining to the events before, during, and ...

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  • Car Accident Bans All US Navy Personnel in Japan from Drinking
    Car Accident Bans All US Navy Personnel in Japan from Drinking

    United States Navy personnel posted in Japan are under a nationwide ban from drinking alcohol after a petty officer in Okinawa allegedly caused a drunk driving accident. The petty officer, Aimee ...

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  • What Does
    What Does "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt" Mean?

    We have all at some point in our lives heard the term "beyond a reasonable doubt" in reference to criminal defense cases, whether it be during a news broadcast or a gripping courtroom drama. But what ...

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  • AI Lawyers
    AI Lawyers

    A recent article on Futurism.com tells the story of the first artificial intelligence hired by a law firm. The AI, called Ross, is programmed to answer legal questions with up-to-date citations to ...

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  • Why It Is Important to Remain Silent After Being Arrested
    Why It Is Important to Remain Silent After Being Arrested

    Have you ever heard someone say, "He looks guilty"? Have you ever thought about what that statement implies? That they know what someone has done despite there being no evidence of that act? ...

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