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Should children be allowed to do these activities without adult supervision:
Walk around their neighborhood?
Walk to school?
Take the subway home?
Play in a public park?
Walk home from a friend’s house?
Believe it or not, many parents have been arrested, had their children taken away by authorities, and
If you’ve ever been to California, you’ll have noticed large black and white signs posted in seemingly every kind of establishment and next to all kinds of products.
California state law requires all businesses with at least 10 employees to notify Californians about chemical exposure that can cause cancer and
A few weeks after he was elected president of the United States, Donald Trump decided he would require his White House staff to sign non-disclosure agreements (aka NDAs) — just as Trump Organization employees and Trump wives were required to. Although Trump was advised that NDAs for federal government
In ancient Babylon, around 1700 B.C., Hammurabi ordered death for innkeepers whose negligence caused inconvenience or injury to travelers.
A federal judge has ordered special protections for the jury in the trial of Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. Guzman was extradited to the U.S. over a year ago after managing two elaborate escapes from Mexican prisons. Concerned over the safety of jurors, the Judge ordered them to
The Reeves Law Group is honored to name former U.S. Army Intelligence Officer and Bronze Star recipient Jennifer Barrow as the 2017 winner of our scholarship competition. Jennifer is in her final year at Harvard Law School and will use the $3,000 award towards tuition and education-related