- Criminal law update: you cannot invoke your right to be silent by just being silent
- DOJ claims it does not need a warrant to search prior emails.
- From DallasNews.com: Texas drivers hit roadblocks after filing insurance claims
- How insurance companies treat claimants–Bloomberg article
- An interesting article about end-of-life planning.
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