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    February 9, 2011

    1. Taking Stock: NCR and Fifth Street Finance
    2. Legal View: What neuroscience can teach lawyers about how jurors use evidence
    3. Bench Mark: There you go again!

    Nation

    1. Minnesota As Somali gangs evolve, so does enforcement Indictment charges 29 people with sex trafficking and credit card fraud
    2. ABA files supplemental brief in 'Red Flags' case
    3. Lawsuits over anti-seizure drug Dilantin turn into a mini mass tort About 100 cases have been filed nationwide
    4. North Carolina Dead girl's stepmother married 7 times No background check required for marriage licenses
    5. National Roundup

    State

    1. Imported from Detroit Super Bowl ad sends shivers through Motor City
    2. Lansing Report notes increase in Michigan child poverty Rate climbed from 14 percent in 2000 to 23 percent in 2009
    3. State Roundup

    Courts

    1. Illinois Blagojevich claims conversation record 'missing' One phone call was between an aide and Rahm Emanuel
    2. Court Roundup

    Business

    1. Economy Analysis Foreclosures raise country's economic stress
    2. Employment Obama wants jobless aid help for states
    3. Technology Can founder of Huffington Post transform AOL like she has herself? The Internet sites' combined audience approaches 300 million
    4. Real Estate House panel probes Fannie, Freddie legal fees Legal costs top $160 million

    Feature

    1. Lansing Snyder changes size, makeup of parole board
    2. Ingham County 'Hornet's Nest' Insight into the Medical Marihuana Act
    3. Special privilege Steiger Fellowship recipient reflects on path to Wayne Law School
    4. Profile in Brief Judicial Chairman
    5. FRB clamps down with new compensation rule Changes on how brokers, lenders negotiate credit terms
    6. FRB clamps down with new compensation rule Changes on how brokers, lenders negotiate credit terms
    7. Daily Briefs (Feb 9)