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4 injured by suspected drunk driver who flees, then crashes again
Please go to this link, find your reps, and ask them — no plead with them to strengthen drunk driving laws. Â If enough people do it, they might actually do something about it. Â. http://app.leg.wa.gov/DistrictFinder/. What I have done, is write up a …
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Impaired driving cases tossed
The results of a breathalyzer test tells police whether or not a driver has been drinking by reading a person's blood alcohol level. In Alberta, drivers who blow a blood alcohol level between .05 and .08 lose their licence and vehicle for three days …
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Suspected DUI driver slams car into garage in National City

Suspected DUI driver slams car into garage in National City
NATIONAL CITY – A suspected DUI driver is in jail Monday after he allegedly slammed his car into a garage in National City. The incident took place at midnight at East Plaza Blvd and Manchester Street. Authorities said the driver was unable to navigate …
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Police: Man charged with DUI 5 had kids in car
Police: Man charged with DUI 5 had kids in car. November 04,2013. Tweet. Email Article; Print Article. Man facing DUI 5 had kids in car. LUDLOW — A man with four drunken-driving convictions has been charged with a fifth offense after he allegedly …
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Woman arrested for DUI caused 00 damage to light pole
Woman arrested for DUI caused $ 7,000 damage to light pole. By Veronica Miracle Published: Nov 4, 2013 at 8:09 AM PST Last Updated: Nov 4, 2013 at 8:09 AM PST. Share this story. Comments; print · email · Woman arrested for DUI caused $ 7,000 damage …
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Corporate Criminal Liability [VIDEO]

Carla Ferstman, director of REDRESS speaks at the Supranational Criminal Law lecture “In the Eye of the Storm: Initial Reflections on the Lubanga Judgment”, 12 April 2012, The Hague


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With by Prof. Matthew Happold and Prof. Elies van Sliedregt. This lecture is part of the Supranational Criminal Law (SCL) lecture series, organized by the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies, the TMC Asser Instituut and the Coalition for the International Criminal Court. Hosted by The Hague Institute for Global Justice.

Corporate Criminal Liability [VIDEO]
Bridget, a former chief of the Criminal Division of the US Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York, has extensive experience handling matters involving allegations of corporate fraud, both from her tenure as a federal prosecutor and from …
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New FBI director praises Sacramento law enforcement for cooperation
Speaking again of his observations about Sacramento's law enforcement community, Comey praised the “spectacular” relationships as well as the agencies' commitment to driving down violent and drug-related crime. The weather's not bad either, he said.
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Kenyan deputy president must attend trial, international criminal court rules
The international criminal court has overturned a decision excusing Kenya's deputy president from attending his trial on charges of orchestrating deadly violence after his country's 2007 election. The decision on Friday by appeal judges means William …
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Lastest Medical Malpractice News

Raise the cap on medical malpractice damages
Drug overdoses are the leading cause of accidental death in America, and the majority of those preventable deaths are due to prescription drugs. One of the biggest obstacles to prevention is the California Medical Association, whose physicians are …
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Conrad Murray Won't Be Able To EVER Practice Medicine In U.S. — He Can't Get
“Conrad Murray's medical malpractice insurance was revoked as soon as he was convicted of the involuntary manslaughter death of Michael Jackson. Murray won't be able to obtain medical malpractice insurance because no company would cover him.
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Mississippi Soldiers are Looking to USA Military Medals for Exclusive Dress Uniform Insignia

Milwaukie, OR (PRWEB) October 29, 2013

Local military uniform superstore, USA Military Medals, is now supplying Mississippi National guard distinctive unit insignia, here, today, as dress uniform inspections loom for National Guard members across the nation.

From military slang, a Distinctive unit insignia (DUI) or unit crest is a metal heraldic device worn by soldiers in the United States Army.

A “uniform inspection” refers to the prescribing of wear and appearance of the Army dress uniform to ensure they are correctly assembled and in accordance with Army regulations.

The unit crests – consisting of the U.S. Army Mississippi National Guard Unit Crest, U.S. Army 154th Regiment Unit Crest (Firm To My Trust), U.S. Army 185th Aviation Group Unit Crest (Above Valor And Courage), U.S. Army 210th Finance Battalion Unit Crest (Duty Honor), U.S. Army Special Troops Battalion 155th Armored Brigade Unit Crest (Honor Is Our Strength), to name a few – are sold in pairs with steel pin-backing and ship within hours.

“These items are a common fixture on the Army dress uniform, but that doesn’t mean they’re easy to find,” said USAMM LLC President of Business Operations, Jared Zabaldo.

USAMM owns and operates USA Military Medals along with various other e-commerce uniform stores.

“Camp Shelby, just south of Hattiesburg, might have some assorted dress uniform products, but items like unit crests, especially because they’re unit specific, are going to be almost impossible to find in an MCSS,” explained Zabaldo.

The MCSS (Military Clothing Sales Store) or Exchange is a joint non-appropriated fund instrumentality of the Department of Defense (DoD), offering products and services to troops on base around the world.

“As a veteran I know how hard it is to find the exact item you need, which is why we are a huge resource for Mississippi Soldiers,” said Zabaldo.

These Mississippi unit insignia are available for purchase now on UMM. Service members may additionally find and purchase their military medals and ribbons through the online Ez Rack Builder program a free uniform tool available to all veterans and active duty service personnel.

About USA Military Medals:

USA Military Medals (http://www.usamilitarymedals.com/) is an Internet-based company formed in 2005, carrying more than 14,000 dress uniform products in stock and specializing in custom military medal and military ribbon rack production with their state-of-the-art rack builder. USA Military Medals also operates a brick and mortar store servicing local military personnel and veterans.







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Sinclair Law Responds to New Florida Texting and Driving Law

Melbourne, FL (PRWEB) May 30, 2013

Earlier this week, Governor Scott signed into law Fla. SB 52, which is designed to ban the practice of texting and driving in the state. The practice has been proven to be dangerous, and public service announcements throughout the country have been bringing this danger to light for youth who have grown up with the devices. The law has been applauded by major wireless providers and the Florida Department of Transportation. However, some defects in the law may render it unenforceable, according to Brad Sinclair, a personal injury and motorcycle accident attorney located in Melbourne, Fla., and the sole proprietor at Sinclair Law.

This law, though well-intentioned, is written in such a way as to render it ineffective, claims Sinclair. First, and perhaps most importantly, is the fact that this law is written to be enforced exclusively as a secondary offense. This means that a law enforcement officer cannot pull someone over solely for texting and driving, but that there must be some other, primary offense first.

Even if texting and driving were made a primary offense, however, Sinclair has doubts that enforcement could be consistent. There are numerous exceptions in the bill as to what does and does not constitute illegal use of a handheld device, says Sinclair. The law explicitly exempts several types of text messages, such that what the messages say is an important factor in whether or not someone has broken the law. Thus, in order to enforce the law fairly, law enforcement officers would have to search text message archives, which is a major intrusion on the privacy of the individual and could even be considered an unconstitutional search and seizure.

Passage of the law makes Florida the 41st state to adopt a texting ban on all drivers; six states have partial bans on the practice, usually only banning new drivers. In 31 states and D.C., texting and driving is a primary offense, meaning that someone can be pulled over for texting and driving, even if no other moving violations are cited.

About Sinclair Law

With over 25 years of personal injury and wrongful death legal experience, Brad Sinclair is a personal injury lawyer who has been providing his legal expertise to victims in personal injury cases all throughout Brevard County, including the areas of Palm Bay, Cocoa Beach, and Titusville. Sinclair Law specializes in personal injury cases involving motorcycle accidents, automotive accidents, and truck accidents, and staffs former insurance claims adjustors to help with each case. Visit SinclairLaw.com today for more information.







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DARPA announces competition to build automated cyber defense system with

DARPA announces competition to build automated cyber defense system with
In 2004, more than two dozen teams entered into a contest to build a self-driving car that could navigate a 7-mile desert course. A prize of $ 1 million awaited the winner at the finish line but unfortunately, nobody completed the course. A similar …
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Newport Beach Defense DUI Attorney Further Assists Clients by Launching a
Following a DUI arrest in California, the offender should hire an experienced defense attorney who would know the proper legal drunk driving defenses to help their client with the issue. These may include improper or faulty investigation on part of the …
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Defense In SFPD Sergeant's DUI Case: “We're treating this as a medical issue”
A San Francisco police sergeant charged with driving under the influence and hit-and-run for an incident that occurred earlier this month had a blood-alcohol level of .28 percent—more than three times the legal limit—at the time of his arrest …
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