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Justices rule in ‘Miranda’ case

The statement of a defendant who exercised his Miranda right not to speak without an attorney, but was questioned by police again for the same crime more than two years later, need not be suppressed, the U.S. Supreme Court has ...

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NLRB chair blasts inaction on vacancies

WASHINGTON – National Labor Relations Board Chairman Wilma Liebman expressed dismay that three vacancies on the board have remained unfilled for more than two years, leaving the two remaining members hamstrung.

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Top Supreme Court rulings of ‘09

WASHINGTON – The year 2009 brought U.S. Supreme Court rulings that affected the way litigators work in a host of ways, changing civil pleadings standards, criminal forensic evidence rules, employment bias evidentiary standards and other crucial legal rules.

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