In Living Color Skit with Keenan Ivory Wayans as Arsenio Hall as a lawyer
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The Blum Center for Developing Economies Presents: “International Law” A presentation by US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, followed by a conversation with Dean Christopher Edley, UC Berkeley School of Law. Stephen Breyer, born in San Francisco in 1938, is a graduate of Stanford, Oxford, and Harvard Law School. He taught law for many years at Harvard and has also worked as a Supreme Court law clerk, a Justice Department lawyer, an Assistant Watergate Special Prosecutor, and Chief Counsel of the Senate Judiciary Committee. In 1990 he was appointed an appellate court judge by President Carter. In 1994 he was appointed a Supreme Court Justice by President Clinton. Sponsors: Blum Center for Developing Economies, International House blumcenter.berkeley.edu ihouse.berkeley.edu
THE WIFE WHO KNEW TOO MUCH This is the story of high-profile Atlanta lawyer, Fred Tokars, who hired a gunman to murder his wife in front of their two young children. Tokars, who sought to collect $2 million in life insurance and stop his wife from exposing his illegal drug-dealing activities, is serving a life sentence. The insurance money was awarded to the children.
Lawyer files plunder raps vs former justice secretary
Two months after the Department of Justice reversed an earlier decision favoring his client, a lawyer filed plunder and graft complaints against former Justice Secretary Agnes Devanadera, now a Congressional candidate in Quezon province.
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Somchai Neelaiphajit, a Thai human rights lawyer who had been defending Muslim separatists, disappeared five years ago after accusing police of torture in the southern provinces. His widow Angkhana talks about her continuing struggle for justice with Al Jazeera’s Selina Downes in Ratchaburi, central Thailand.
Lawyer: Crooks says he has no faith in justice system
HAROLD Crooks’ lawyer said his client told him yesterday that he would not be returning to Jamaica because he had no faith in the justice system. “He said that he is innocent, but that he has no faith in the justice system and he is not coming back,” attorney Vincent Wellesley told the Observer.
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