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Keith Purdue
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In 1987, the Texas Supreme Court handed down the El Chico v. Poole decision, in which those who knowingly serve alcohol to someone already intoxicated could be held liable for any damages that later occurred.

http://www.isuedrunks.com/el-chico-case/

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Celebrity chef Paula Deen won a partial victory on Monday when a U.S. judge dismissed the racial discrimination portion of a lawsuit that has already cost the Southern culinary star a big chunk of her multimillion-dollar enterprise.

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Autopsy results revealed Brian had a blood alcohol level of .15, several times the legal limit for a minor.  The clerk who sold the alcohol faces charges of selling to a minor...a crime that can carry a 1000 dollar fine and up to six months in jail...

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In what could be a precedent-setting case, Mendocino County Superior Court Judge Ann Moorman will rule next week on whether a Ukiah woman accused of driving drunk through her neighbors' fence and into their house should also face a felony charge of assault with a deadly weapon.

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In an earlier blog, we talked about alcohol testing and when it is applicable to truckers. As you know, alcohol use is certainly not illegal. However, if drinking the night before impairs a trucker the next morning, we have problems.

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Lubbock is famously dry, and not just for its history of making alcohol hard to get. It hardly ever rains in Lubbock, as any farmer will tell you. In fact, it usually doesn’t rain more than 20 inches in a year!

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The Arkansas Legislature recently passed a bill that extends the limitation of liability to landowners who let people use their property for free.

The new law, filed as HB 1020, extends this limitation of liability to those who use someone else’s property free of charge for aviation purposes.

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To the Clark County jury, Birdie L. Whithorn of Vancouver appears to be a wife who decided to sue her husband for a half of a million dollars because he caused an October 2008 motorcycle accident that injured her.

An important piece of information — that Kent D. Whithorn's liability insurance company, Farmers Insurance, refused to pay his wife's medical bills — was kept from the jury.
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