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    August 3, 2011

    1. Taking Stock: Is this the best price for a tobacco bond?
    2. Law Life: Taser 'victim' awarded one dollar
    3. The Firm: Be aware of the hidden costs of self-collection

    Nation

    1. When jurors zone out Trying a case to jurors with attention-deficit disorder
    2. National Roundup
    3. Washington, D.C. D.C. sewer overflows down following court settlement Environmental groups accused utility of violating the Clean Water Act
    4. New York Mystery surrounds loss of records, art on 9/11 A decade later, archivists have only general idea of what was lost

    State

    1. State Roundup
    2. Lansing Gov. Snyder names Hollins head of urban office
    3. Lansing Michigan emergency manager locations remain stable
    4. MDTC seeks nominations annual award

    Courts

    1. Georgia Investigators probe earlier death after body found in well
    2. Ohio Niece says serial killer sexually abused her
    3. Alabama Justice Dept. challenges state's tough immigration law Filing says new law conflicts with federal law
    4. Illinois Lawyer imprisoned for taking drugs to inmate

    Business

    1. Influence Game Credit raters have significant lobbying clout Rating analysts could still slash the United State's credit values
    2. Economy Americans cut spending for first time in 20 months
    3. Aviation Cost of FAA shutdown could exceed $1 billion Lost tax revenue is costing government an estimated $200M a week

    Feature

    1. Daily Briefs August 3
    2. Wayne Law welcomes new director of business affairs
    3. Profiles in Brief: Alana Glass - Career oriented
    4. Looking ahead Courtade gearing up for 2012 State Bar presidency
    5. Professor spearheads program for International Legal Studies Fox invites speakers on international issues to Wayne campus