May 28, 2010

    1. Local Voice: Shut up and drive
    2. Taking Stock: Continental-United
    3. Under Analysis: Do you have more control than a fifth grader?
    4. Eye on Lansing: Police contract undermines law and order
    5. On Point: The Gulf oil spill, and energy economics and politics


    1. National Round Up


    1. Court Round Up


    1. Business - New York Teen gets 25 years in hate crime stabbing Killing put spotlight on troubled race relations
    2. Courts - Connecticut Official defends church school graduations ACLU says holding ceremonies in The First Cathedral is illegal
    3. Nation - California Lawyer says Mexican luxury resort had history of violence Defense attorney claims to have uncovered two suspicious deaths and an attempted rape
    4. Nation - Rhode Island Judge to review videotapes in death of detainee at jail facility Staff is accused of denying man proper medical care
    5. Business - Washington Going in a different direction One Laptop Per Child's next move: the $100 tablet
    6. Business - Washington, D.C. Economic rebound slowed last quarter Consumers spent less than first estimated
    7. Business - Washington, D.C. Jobless claims drop to 460,000
    8. Courts - New York Lehman Brothers estate sues JPMorgan Chase Bankrupt bank says Chase sapped it of billions of dollars
    9. Courts - Netherlands Int'l Court nations to ponder crimes of aggression Top jurists warn war crimes tribunal could be open to accusations of politicization
    10. Courts - Oklahoma Report indicates dead 7-year-old girl was abused
    11. Life Lesson Detroit radio sportscaster also works the legal sidelines
    12. Judge participates in U.S. Air Force War College forum
    13. Daily Briefs (May 28)
    14. Nation - ABA president opposes call to investigate Gauntanamo lawyers
    15. Nation - Oregon Mystery man used murdered Ohio boy's name