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Attorneys for Children in Custody Cases

In some child custody cases, the judge may decide that the child needs to have their own representation, separate from the parents. The judge can appoint a lawyer for the child if he decides it’s necessary. There are three types

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What Makes a Contract?

Making contracts, whether orally or in writing, can be confusing. Whether you’re accepting a job or signing a lease, insuring a service or buying a car — if there’s a promise to be made that involves the exchange of goods

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Hearsay Exceptions – The Best of the Rest

Today we wrap up our three-part series on the hearsay rules in the Military Rules of Evidence (MRE) by discussing exceptions to the hearsay rules when the declarant is unavailable to testify as a witness. We’ll also cover what’s known

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New and Improved UCMJ and Manual for Courts-Martial

Congress passed the Military Justice Act of 2016 in order to reform and update the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) and Manual for Courts-Martial (MCM). However, it did not go into effect until this January 1, 2019.  Part of

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