April 7, 2011

    1. A Judge's Journal: Part X
    2. Legal View: Lessons in jury selection
    3. Money Matters: Resist the yield mindset -- instead think return
    4. Law Life: Ask an irrelevant question, get an irrelevant answer


    1. National Roundup
    2. California: LA detectives seek to tie 8 women to serial killer Stash of photos found in man's refrigerator may be of victims
    3. California: Release date set for man in infamous bus kidnapping- Crime captivated the country in 1976


    1. Lansing: Michigan spends more by keeping prisoners longer
    2. New program for traffic violators gives pointers, helps save points
    3. State Roundup


    1. Massachusetts: Trial starts for mother accused of denying meds
    2. New Jersey: Jury finds man guilty in triple murder trial- Defendant says he was coerced by gang leader
    3. Minnesota: Lockout legal struggle- NFL players and owners take their fight to court
    4. New York: Art figure guilty in case with De Niro as witness


    1. Education Broken Budgets: Schools face cliff as education money dries up; Fiscal crisis will likely lead to massive layoffs and program cuts
    2. Economy: Rising oil prices beginning to hurt U.S. economy
    3. Retail: Slow start to spring projected for retailers; Online spending saw growth
    4. Transportation: States, Amtrak vying for high-speed money


    1. CORE Values: Cooley professor and law students help educate people on real estate matters
    2. Renewing the Legend: Attorney helps in efforts to restore historic theater
    3. Dickinson Wright attorneys recognized for gaming expertise
    4. Daily Briefs, April 7
    5. PALS-ing Around