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Greg Beato writes about how mug shots erode the presumption of innocence in a thought-provoking article. I must admit that I check out the weekly roundup on The Smoking Gun on occasion. After reading this article, I will no longer do so.
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May 05, 2011 at 02:25 AM
Robert Stephan Cohen is the co-founder of Cohen Lans LLP, a law firm in New York City which specializes in family law and commercial litigation. In his family law practice, Cohen represents clients from the business, financial, professional, political and entertainment arenas with substantial net worths, whose problems involve sophisticated financial, valuation and tax issues, as well as child custody disputes. He is an active trial lawyer, yet he also adeptly negotiates resolutions to marital dissolutions when possible. Prior to starting Cohen Lans LLP in the fall of 2003, he was a founding partner of Morrison Cohen Singer & Weinstein. LLP, a 90 lawyer general practice firm in New York City. For 19 years he was the firm's Chair and headed its Matrimonial Department while also continuing to be involved in business litigation matters.
Angel Murray |
July 12, 2011 at 02:14 AM
I was looking for info on Jim McReynolds, half of Country / Bluegrass greats Jim & Jesse. I typed in "Jim died on December 31, 2002" and came to your story on the passing of your friend Ron Ramey's passing on that day in 2002.Jim died that same day of cancer while your friend died from the cold and circumstances. Strange way to end up at your website but I have been reading it for half an hour.
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Dan in Seattle
Dan in Seattle |
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