Ferguson Grand Jury Gets Until Jan. 2015 to Decide

By Brett Snider, Esq. The grand jury considering the officer-involved shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, has been granted an extension, giving them at least until early January to decide how to proceed. The St. Louis County grand jury has been evaluating evidence since late August, and though they were originally slated to……

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Joan Rivers’ Estate Plan: $150M to Daughter, Grandson, Dogs

By Daniel Taylor, Esq. Under late comedian Joan Rivers’ estate plan, the majority of her of $150 million fortune will reportedly pass to her daughter Melissa and grandson Cooper. However, Rivers also made sure to include plans for her four dogs in her will, reports the New York Daily News. Though the $35……

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For NASCAR’s Tony Stewart, Fate Is in Grand Jury’s Hands

By Brett Snider, Esq. For NASCAR champion Tony Stewart, who struck and killed fellow race-car driver Kevin Ward Jr. in August, his future in criminal court lies in the hands of a New York grand jury. Ontario County District Attorney Michael Tantillo announced this week that his office would be submitting the case……

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Bumped in the Parking Lot? 3 Ways to Recover for Dents, Dings

By Brett Snider, Esq. Many drivers practice what’s known as “parking by Braille”: They keep moving until they feel a bump. And those bumps may be more meaningful for car owners who come back to find their cars dented and dinged. In the best of all possible parking worlds, some sort of fairy……

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