Court: Juveniles Seeking Parole Entitled To LawyersInmates serving life sentences for murders committed when they were juveniles are constitutionally entitled to lawyers and expert witnesses at their parole hearings, the state's highest court ruled Monday.
The Rules Of Living TogetherAccording to the Census Bureau there are over 8 million couples living together and these are just the ones telling the Census Bureau about it.
I-Team: Is There Sufficient Protection From Lawyers?Lawyers handle our most sensitive matters, often involving our financial security and even life savings. The consequences can be devastating when that trust is violated.
How To Divide Up Assets And Debt In DivorceBefore you start the divorce process educate yourself about Massachusetts’ divorce laws.
What Will The Slip-N-Fall Lawyers Do?? Governor Rick Scott says there is an "epidemic of auto insurance fraud in Florida" Acupuncture and massage longer allowed on an auto insurance case....and it goes on and on. It all has to do with the PIP (personal injury protection) part of the system and the Governor says "PIP is a billion dollar fraud on the motorists of Florida."
NightSide Weekend Commentary - It's The Old "What Are The Lawyers Wearing?" Defense
Divorce Attorneys Now Using Facebook As Evidence In CourtFacebook is all about making connections to people, but it might also be causing more couples to break apart.
Are Law Schools Producing Too Many Lawyers?Are law schools outdated institutions, churning out more attorneys than the current legal job market can handle?
DiMasi Seeks Delay In Prison Reporting Date Former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi has asked a judge to put off the day he must begin serving his sentence on corruption charges so his lawyers can have more time to prepare arguments on why he should remain free while his appeal is pending.
Money Matters - Breaking Up: Understanding DivorceDivorce is a legal and financial transaction.
Recent Law School Grads Scramble For JobsMany recent law school grads are finding it difficult to score a job.
Looking At The Law: Reversing Your ReviewWBZ's Neil Chayet has a case of poor peer reviews.