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At Julie A. Rice, Attorney at Law, & Affiliates, 770-865-8654, we represent clients who have been charged with Crimes in both Georgia and Florida, U.S.A. and we represent people charged with crimes ranging from misdemeanor crimes such as shoplifting under a certain amount of money (shoplifting over a certain amount of money, depending on the State in which the crime occurs, is a misdemeanor depending on the State's Criminal Laws on Shoptlifting/Stealing) to more serious crimes such as homicide or murder; see the following link for more detail: http://law.justia.com/codes/georgia/2010/title-16/chapter-5/article-1.

The following is a case from the US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit Opinions, titled, Grayson v. Warden, ADOC, Dockets: 15-15732, 16-17167, 16-16876, set forth in detail in an Opinion Date: September 1, 2017, heard in front of Judge: Tjoflat, and discussing the following Areas of Law: Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, and Criminal Law:

Plaintiffs, death row inmates, filed suit challenging the constitutionality of Alabama's execution protocol. The Eighth Circuit vacated the district court's grant of summary judgment for the ADOC and held that genuine issues of material fact preclude summary judgment; plaintiff's Eighth Amendment claims were not barred by the law-of-the-case doctrine; and in regard to the ADOC's limitations argument, because it was not raised and the district court did not consider it, the court could not address it in the absence of a factual determination as to whether the substitution of midazolam for pentobarbital constituted a substantial change to Alabama's execution protocol. The court remanded for further proceedings.

As anxious as all are to have this issue resolved in the higher court of the 8th Circuit, such was not the case, and it was summarized on the last page that can be found at the following link: http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/appellate-courts/ca11/15-15732/15-15732-2017-09-01.html?utm_source=summary-newsletters&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2017-09-04-us-court-of-appeals-for-the-eleventh-circuit-52a69a48cb&utm_content=text-case-read-more-1.

Given the serious nature of the issues in this case, reading the entire court opinion that begins at the following link: http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/appellate-courts/ca11/15-15732/15-15732-2017-09-01.html?utm_source=summary-newsletters&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2017-09-04-us-court-of-appeals-for-the-eleventh-circuit-52a69a48cb&utm_content=text-case-read-more-1.

I apologize that I was not able to copy those portions of the opinion that I found interesting and profound, so I encourage you to use the links and read as much of the opinion as possible. This opinion illustrates the importance of good legal writing, to say the least, and have a grasp of the true issues at hand and the importance of drafting an opinion that uses every opportunity to highlight the important points and not waste even a word, which it seems we have many of them to use in a brief that grants us such large space in which to get our point made (this brief was close to 100 pages).

None the less, the lesson is clear, if you or a loved one are in a situation where you need strong, intelligent, and experienced Criminal Legal Counsel in either Florida or Georgia, U.S.A., then contact us at 770-865-8654, and our consultation is free. There is no case too big or small, and our Criminal Attorneys will gladly take your call. We look forward to speaking with you soon.

To read the full court opinion and to access the links therein, please see the following link: http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/appellate-courts/ca11/15-15732/15-15732-2017-09-01.html?utm_source=summary-newsletters&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2017-09-04-us-court-of-appeals-for-the-eleventh-circuit-52a69a48cb&utm_content=text-case-read-more-1

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At Julie A. Rice, Attorney at Law, & Affiliates, 770-865-8654, we represent clients in Workers' Compensation Claims in both the States of Georgia and the States of Florida, U.S.A. and we have successfully represented our clients with all types of injuries from a minor bruise or incision to a major broken bone or brain injury.

Our base of experience in the workplace with these types of cases is vast. We represent clients in the Sports Industries a well as clients in the Food Service Industry. If you have been injured on the job or a loved one has been tragically killed on the job, then please don't delay and contact us today at 770-865-8654 to discuss your case in detail with one of our Workers Compensation Lawyers or Workers Compensation Attorneys.

If we accept your case, then we take cases on a Contingency Fee Basis which means that you do not pay us anything until your case settles or returns a verdict in your favor. We cover the costs of all the medical experts, your medical care, and any other medical professionals that are needed on your medical team to get you back to as close to 100% as soon as practical so that you may move forward with you life.

If, for some reason, it is not entirely possible for you to continue to return to your work or your life's dreams and aspirations that you had before the accident, then it is our job to make sure that your money settlement, or in the case of a or trial, your judge or jury, takes all factors into consideration when determining how much your case is worth. It's your life; that is seriously.


The following is a case from the Supreme Court of Wyoming that illustrates what can happen if you have legal counsel that doe not take the entire picture os the injury into consideration and what happens to his clients as a result:

Our Wyoming Supreme Court Opinions
Boyce v. State ex rel. Department of Workforce Services
Citation: 2017 WY 99
Opinion Date: August 31, 2017
Judge: William U. Hill
Areas of Law: Labor & Employment Law, Government & Administrative Law, Personal Injury
The Supreme Court affirmed the district court’s affirmance of the decision of the Medical Commission, which upheld the Wyoming Workers’ Compensation Division’s denial of benefits to James Boyce. Boyce suffered an inguinal hernia while working. Boyce received workers’ compensation benefits to cover that injury, but the Division denied benefits for subsequently discovered conditions in Boyce’s lumbar spine. The Supreme Court agreed with the decisions below, holding that the Medical Commission did not act unreasonably or contrary to the overwhelming weight of the evidence in rejecting the opinion of Boyce’s medical expert and concluding that Boyce failed to prove that his work injury caused his need for subsequent spinal surgery.

This case illustrates that importance of having the best attorneys, medical professionals, and experienced counselors on your side in cases such as these so that you get a result that is favorable to your situation today, tomorrow, and into the foreseeable future.

www.juliericelaw.com; it's your life, and we take it personally.

To read the transcript from the entire proceeding, then please see the following link: http://law.justia.com/cases/wyoming/supreme-court/2017/s-16-0278.html?utm_source=summary-newsletters&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2017-09-01-wyoming-supreme-court-ce6325ba14&utm_content=text-case-read-more-1

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At http://www.juliericelaw.com/social-security-disability.html we represent clients who are seeking Disability Benefits from the Social Security Administration in Georgia so if you or a loved on is seeking Benefits, then please contact us today at 770-865-8654 so that we may put you in touch with our Social Security Affiliate Attorneys who handle these types of case. We are located in Atlanta, GA and we represent clients all over the Atlanta area and many of the communities that surround this area such as the Counties of Fulton, Cobb, Cherokee, DeKalb, Gwinnett, Hall, City of Atlanta, Forsyth, Barrow, Bartow, and many of the areas associated therewith. Please kindly give us a call and we will help you today.

We look forward to hearing from you soon. The following is an article from the Social Security Administration (SSA) blog and it reads as follows, with the link below if you are interested in reading more of the article and accessing any links that are a part therewith:

Don’t Become the Catch of the Day
Posted on August 31, 2017 by Jim Borland, Acting Deputy Commissioner for Communications

Verifying and protecting your identity is of great importance to us at Social Security. We dedicated an entire section of our website to explaining how we process your information online and verify Social Security numbers. We include helpful tips you should be aware of on avoiding identity theft schemes and ways to make your online presence more secure!

Did you know that when Internet fraudsters impersonate a business to trick you into giving out your personal information, it’s called phishing? On our website, you’ll find information on how to detect a phishing scam. For example, emails from Social Security will come from a “.gov” email address. If an email address does not end in “.gov”, use caution before selecting pictures or links in the email. Also, do not respond to emails requesting you provide personal information. Social Security will never ask you to provide personal information via email. You should never respond to an email if you are not certain it came from Social Security. Do not open it or select any links contained in the email message.

Our mission is to provide you with world-class service. Part of that commitment is making sure you know who to trust and what to be cautious about when it comes to personal information and protecting your identity.

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To read the full article and to engage in the links thereto, please see the following link: https://blog.socialsecurity.gov/dont-become-the-catch-of-the-day/


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How messaging and your brand’s story will impact your bottom line
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