Monthly Archives: November 2022

East Texas needs more law enforcement as national shortage hits near home

TYLER, Texas (KETK) — Law enforcement in East Texas is facing the same problem as restaurants, stores and warehouses across the country — a staffing shortage. Police exodus leads to nationwide officer shortage Of Tyler at Long-term vision at Nacogdoches and beyond, law enforcement across East Texas is struggling to …

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the previous guy still thinks he’s above the law because the pea is under the bed

DOJ says Trump is engaged in a ‘game of shells’, trying to claim the records seized from him are ‘personal’ but, if the judge disagrees, they are also protected by privilege of the executive. The DOJ says Trump cannot have it both ways. Because he can’t prove he declassified documents …

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“The law can be an instrument of justice but also that of…”: CJI Chandrachud | Latest India News

Law can be an instrument of justice but also of oppression, India’s Chief Justice DY Chandrachud said on Saturday, stressing that it is the responsibility of “all decision makers not just judges” to ensure that the law does not become an instrument of oppression. Addressing the top leadership of the …

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Two Outstanding Graduates Receive Medals of Excellence

Two alumni who are longtime leaders in the public and private spheres each received Columbia Law School’s highest award, the Medal of Excellence, at a celebratory luncheon Oct. 28. Gillian Lester, Dean and Lucy G. Moses Professor of Law, awarded the medals to Ellen V. Futter BC ’71, LAW ’74, …

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The Social Norms of Fashion – The Central Trend

I remember in 4th grade, in Mr. Lloyd’s class, we created a compilation of standards for the class and the standards we would adhere to throughout the year. It was a rather concise list of basic rules and standards that we nine-year-olds were striving for, and, if I’m being completely …

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Iranian lawmakers demand tough penalties for ‘rioters’ as protests rage

Hardline Iranian lawmakers on Sunday urged the judiciary to “deal decisively” with the perpetrators of unrest, as the Islamic Republic struggles to quell the biggest show of dissent in years. Widespread anti-government protests erupted in September after the death of young Iranian Kurdish girl Mahsa Amini, who was arrested by …

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Enough fentanyl to kill 190,000 people seized in joint law enforcement operation in Ohio

Ohio law enforcement seized 570 grams of fentanyl, 660 grams of methamphetamine and 139 grams of crack cocaine while executing search warrants at two apartments in Butler County on November 1. Undercover officers from the Butler County Regional Narcotics Task Force (BURN) and the Hamilton Police Department conducted the search …

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