The former Army doctor convicted of killing his pregnant wife and two young daughters in a case chronicled in the book Fatal Vision has lost his latest bid for a retrial.
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- Divided 4th Circuit panel strikes Virginia same-sex marriage ban
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We've put together a collection of pivotal movie scenes that have useful takeaways for lawyers. Grab some popcorn and enjoy!
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Whether intentionally or unintentionally, trial lawyers often lift stories and narrative "framing" from popular movies.
It was a bit jarring to hear about Husch Blackwell's decision to eliminate traditional practice groups altogether.