April 14, 2011

    1. Commentary: Legal View: Students' religious speech at issue again
    2. Law Life: Sidney Lumet and the law
    3. Money Matters: Former-employer 401(k) plans: Leave or move?


    1. Group files amicus brief in Minneci, et al. v. Pollard
    2. California: Chinese national accused in recruiting scam
    3. National Roundup
    4. South Dakota: Suspect in prison guard killing escaped before Inmate is serving a life sentence
    5. California: What's in a name? It may link Calif, NY cold cases
    6. Georgia: Pew study: Prison recidivism rates remain stubbornly high Increased spending has been ineffective


    1. Lansing: Ex-Senator faces child sex case
    2. Eye on Lansing: Michigan plan would tax retirees up to age 67- Snyder argues younger taxpayers carry too much of the tax burden
    3. Legislative committee gathers redistricting data
    4. Detroit: Bing seeks $200M savings in new city budget


    1. Florida: Lawsuit: Homeless get $50 to be beaten on video
    2. Pennsylvania: Sex-sting trial begins for ex-U.N. weapons inspector Man denies he believed undercover cop in chat room was 15-year-old girl
    3. Florida: Report: High court split to cost millions


    1. Global Economy: Emerging economies face watershed moment at summit- Bloc is made up of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa
    2. Business: Businesses boost stockpiles- Factory orders expected to rise
    3. Stock Market: Investors cautiously add to stock mutual funds Demand for funds should be steady
    4. Retail: Wal-Mart hammers price theme to woo back shoppers- Retailer faces price competition from dollar chains and
    5. Economy: Consumer spending rises 0.4 pct


    1. Learning Center debuts tribute to crime victims
    2. Daily Briefs, April 14
    3. Daily Briefs, April 15
    4. Miller Canfield lawyer honored with outstanding service award
    5. Supreme Court Historical Society to host annual luncheon with justices
    6. Judge Berry elected 84th president of MJA
    7. Change of Course: Assistant prosecutor takes joy in the road less traveled