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Wilbert Rideau was sentenced to death in 1961, at age 19. He was freed in 2005, after his fourth trial.
A lawsuit over online defamation turns into a case study in how the issue of anonymity applies to social media sites.
The story of a man sentenced to life for a crime committed when he was under 18.
Limited representation to clients, called unbundling, is a growing trend that raises a variety of potential legal and ethical issues.
A judge comments on the practice of unbundled legal services.
It isn’t a crime to be rich, but defending the rich often brings its own set of issues.
High-conflict legal battles can produce stress so intense that it actually threatens the life of clients.
A judge offers dos and don'ts for succeeding at an appeals hearing.
We should stop evaluating the readability of our sentences by looking at the combination of the meanings of words and look instead at the structure in which the words are assembled.
How you manage documents affects your ability to go to trial without paper.
Presidential inaugural addresses provide a window into the changing conception of natural rights.
With increasing globalization, companies now face anticorruption compliance that transcends borders.
How do you deal with a story so outrageous that it defies belief?
An ethics lawyer explains how to deal with a client who is lying.