Say he or she broke a window without enterin the house what type of crime would that be?

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+Grant Vergottini and +Ari Hershowitz have made public their new tool, UKLegQuery:  http://goodlaw.xcential.com/ 

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'UKLegQuery is a tool built during the GoodLaw hackathon, organized by [group member] John Sheridan of the UK Digital Service. To use this tool, add a query or select one from the examples dropdown and click 'Submit'. This will return results from an eXistdb-backed legislative database. The tool is backed by an eXist XML database, and currently contains UK Public General Acts (Revised), from the dataset provided as part of GoodLaw. 

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The head of the powerful Senate Judiciary Committee is urging the federal bureaucracy to restore a decade's worth of electronic court documents that were deleted last month from online viewing because of an upgrade to a computer database known as PACER.

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The archived information includes English language summaries of laws, regulations, and related legal instruments that in turn link to the full-text PDFs that are in the official language(s) of the country.

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+Dave Zvenyach has launched "a human-centric approach to the Fastcase Public API": Permafrast
https://github.com/vzvenyach/permafrast
+Fastcase 

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Molly Schwartz of the Congressional Data Coalition has a new post about Public Access vs. Open Access regarding legislative data http://congressionaldata.org/public-access-vs-open-access/

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+Dazza Greenwood , +Benjamin Kallos , and the MIT computational legal science team say they have begun a project to create a free and open version of the New York City Legal Code. They are holding a Google + Hangout to discuss this project on 17 April 2014:     https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/cpdbulvu7qe4uskc1ldrhl960go

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good example of what can be done with free law: V. David Zvenyach has posted the slides of his new presentation entitled "Annotating the Law," given this week at iAnnotate 2014, in San Francisco.    https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Mjo8GU-zBs_suk_8eg_Yqh0y16ncWQD4lDhjKD_3oh8/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000#slide=id.p  
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