May 13, 2011

    1. Commentary: One Perspective: Bringing your politics to church makes for trouble on horizon
    2. Legal View: Medical liability: It's time for a new approach
    3. Local Voice: Couriers and process servers: Is it high time for oversight?
    4. On Point: Does the NLRB really expect businesses to ignore strikes?
    5. Taking Stock: Silver and Gold
    6. Connecticut: Police report: No racism prior to killing


    1. National Roundup
    2. Arizona: Critics call for sheriff to resign, be indicted; Recent investigation revealed evidence of corruption
    3. Georgia: Judge sentences ex-bank exec to 10 years Man must pay nearly $6 million in restitution
    4. Ohio: Board recommends mercy for condemned inmate
    5. Washington, D.C.: Judge OKs extra releases for John Hinckley, Jr. shooter of President Reagan


    1. Schuette appoints Crime Victims' Advocate
    2. An evening with Lincoln: MSU College of Law sponsors an American Inn of Court


    1. Utah: U.S. judge hears dispute tied to Oklahoma City blast Attorney claims more people were involved in 1995 terror attack
    2. Court Roundup
    3. Mississippi: State high court scrutinizes vulnerable adult case; Woman was convicted of taking money from her elderly mother


    1. Economy: By the Numbers; Retail sales up for 10th straight month in April; Surge in spending came from higher costs for gasoline and food prices
    2. Wholesale prices rise due to costlier gas and food
    3. Fewer people apply for unemployment benefits
    4. Economy: Poll: Americans more upbeat about the economy


    1. Daily Briefs, May 13
    2. In Awe of Law Day
    3. Campaign for Justice Plight of public defenders focus of Law Day program
    4. IDEA plants seeds of ambition Attorneys mentor high school students in entrepreneurship