Ok, here is the scenario. A city clerk forges information to a building permit that has been of file at City hall for well over a year. The fraud is committed to conflict with information a witness had already confirmed in a letter written by an expert in his field as a the County extension … Continue reading I need an answer to a question regarding civil vs criminal law in regards to fraud and forgery.
Why do white collar investigations take so long? President Trump’s lawyer Ty Cobb has been telling the president — and the public — that he expects Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation to be wrapping up in the near future. There were reports this week that the president’s lawyers planned to meet with the Special Counsel, […] … Continue reading Why White Collar Investigations Take So Long — Sidebars
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (CBS Local) – A judge has ruled that hundreds of lawsuits claiming “Roundup” weed killer causes cancer can proceed to the next phase in court. U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria said on July 10 that cancer victims and their families could present expert testimony that links the chemical to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. The … Continue reading Judge Allows Lawsuits Claiming Weed Killer Causes Cancer To Proceed — CBS Baltimore
The ugly truth that government-approved chemicals applied daily to crop fields cause cancer is finally seeing the light of day, thanks in large part to the release of a trove of never-before-seen documents known collectively as the “Poison Papers.” Released by the Bioscience Resource Project (BRP) in collaboration with the Center for Media and Democracy […] … Continue reading Evidence Is “Overwhelming,” Says EPA Scientist, That Pesticides Contribute To Cancer Risk — Truth To Power
Based on Nextdoor, one writer sums up what bothers Americans about their local surroundings: Steve Wymer, Nextdoor’s vice president of policy, told me that the same topics arise again and again, modulated by region and neighborhood type. Service requests and recommendations constitute 30 percent of chatter, and discussions of real estate make up another 20 […] … Continue reading Controlling private property, as viewed through Nextdoor — Legally Sociable