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Is staying aggressive a universal strategy for attorney or not?

While keeping up with the offensive and charging your opponents in court may work for such litigation fields as Business Arbitration, Business Disputes or, say, Labor & Employment cases, it may easily bring you down when used in other types of cases. For example, it’s never a good idea to go matrasses when you’re dealing with a Family Law case… Also, the situation when your standing in both evidence and precedent is vague, and the jury is up for deciding the verdict, you might really want to tone things down a bit…

North Carolina asks the Justices to step in on voter ID law (UPDATED)

Today Chief Justice John Roberts commanded the challengers in the case to respond to the state’s application to stay the lower court’s ruling. The response is up to appear on Thursday, August 25, at 4 p.m. Eastern. Arguing that not only its own voter identification law but literally all others could be endangered if a lower-court decision is permitted to stand, yesterday North…

Bet you didn’t know these 10 facts about the U.S. Constitution!

In the year 1787, our Founding Fathers drafted a four-page document then on known as the U.S. Constitution. This historical legal document has succeeded in establishing the nation’s government, the laws, and to give citizens basic human rights. It wasn’t until 1788 that it was ratified by the required minimum of nine states. This document is said to be one of the United States’ greatest achievements since it was written over 228 years ago and is a document that we still abide by today.