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Anyone in the community have a tax LLM by chance?
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Bretley Langham

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Okay so if they charged me with residental burglary and I have prior charge of class 2 burglary. They offered me 4years or boot camp for the class 1 residential burgalry. If I know I didn't not enter the house at all or even try to commit a crime.. But they told me they found blood on the window. I'm not sure if they did or not. What should I say or do?? 
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The right thing, myself I'd opt for boot camp 
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Bretley Langham

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Say he or she broke a window without enterin the house what type of crime would that be?
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As far as why else would one break a window ... A baseball??? Frisbee?? Obviously, you spent so much time hanging out with prosecutors that you look at things narrowly and were never a young boy or teenage boy. Boys break windows just to break them at times, with n o intent on entering the premises. I have seen it myself, as a youth. In this case though, this guy needs to take a deal quick, fast and in a hurry!!
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The Late Major Quartey and Practical Reasons why he should Have a Last Will and Testament
About eighty  percent of Ghanaian  do not have a will. a lot more procrastinate. Most Ghanaian  believe they do not have enough assets and in a polygamous or they simply do not want to consider their own mortality.
They all end up without a written will, not even the one which has been written for them. therefore let for the State law to determines what happens their property or those who has not executed a valid will.
 The state will determine what happens to the interests of Major Quartey's  dying “intestate”

Failing to have a will permits the state legislature’s rules to govern. Without a will, critical issues such as family support, distribution timing, guardianship of minor children and estate tax issues are left to an inflexible system dictated by state and federal statutes.
A carefully drafted, considered, and planned will can make certain that personal and family goals are furthered after death, in accordance with the testator’s desires and not according to the rules of the state intestacy laws. Addressing those issues can provide a testator peace of mind.
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Trust your Vote4SharonWard2Council  www.sharon4council.blogspot.com Sharon is gearing up 4 the Next Election either AG or State Senate 64
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+Ursula Gorham-Oscilowski : The role of statewide legal information websites in expanding access to justice in the United States
http://drum.lib.umd.edu/handle/1903/16511
Title: "It's not just all about the technology": Understanding the role of statewide legal information websites in expanding access to justice in the United States. Authors: Gorham-Oscilowski, Ursula. Advisors: Jaeger, Paul T. Department/Program: Library & Information Services ...
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open legal data was discussed at yesterday's SXSW panel: 'Your Laws, Your Data: Making Government More Open,' with Molly Schwartz,  +Molly Bohmer, +Rebecca Williams, and Daniel Schuman: 
https://storify.com/richards1000/your-laws-your-data-making-government-more-open-s
A panel entitled "Your Laws, Your Data: Making Government More Open" was held 13 March 2015 at SXSW Interactive 2015, in Austin, Texas, USA.
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new from +Chris Marsden on the openlaws project: Open access to law: How soon? 
http://www.scl.org/site.aspx?i=ed41009
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Catherine M. Dunn and Jane Larrington have posted 'Best Practices for the Authentication of Official Electronic Legal Material':
http://ssrn.com/abstract=2547179
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Eric Branson has posted openlaw: Tools for converting legal documents to Akoma Ntoso, and for analyzing digital legal documents:
https://github.com/esbranson/openlaw/tree/develop
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Can't wait to check it out!
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The SEBI(Securities Exchange Board of India) was established on April 12, 1992 in accordance with the provisions of the Securities and Exchange Board of India Act, 1992.
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The +Music Manumit #Lawcast will be back this summer, and we are currently recruiting interviewees. If you have suggestions for guests, please let me know.
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Galatians 2:4 And that because of false brethren unawares brought in, who came in privily to spy out our liberty which we have in Christ Jesus, that they might bring us into bondage:
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Get closer to God with this King James Bible app for Android. Also known as...
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Greg Kempe: The Indigo Legislation Platform:
http://code4sa.org/2015/03/03/indigo-legislation-platform.html
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20-21 March 2015: openlaws Code Camp, Salzburg
http://www.openlaws.eu/
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Carl Malamud's new campaign to free court documents from PACER
http://boingboing.net/2015/01/11/yo.html
PACER is America's all-but-inaccessible public database of court records. Carl Malamud explains the problem—and the solution: you.
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