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Can Congress Hold You in Contempt?

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Strange Lawsuit: Two Women Claim to Be Dead Man's Wife

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Can an Edible Plant Be a Plaintiff?

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Hell-bent, Satanists Seek a Role at Boston City Hall

A Satanist organization wants a chance to give invocations at Boston City Council meetings. Continue reading this article, and get more legal news with an attitude, at FindLaw.com. [...]

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Parents of Bullied Alexas Are Fighting Back and Changing Names

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Cop Plays Taylor Swift Song to Prevent Video Publication

Copyright cop plays Taylor Swift music to make protesters stop filming, explained. Read more on FindLaw's Law and Daily Life. Continue reading this article, and get more legal news with an attitude, at FindLaw.com. [...]