Monthly Archives: February 2013

HOLDING ON TO YOUR TICKET

Effect of Criminal Case on Your Professional License by Robin D. Perry, Esq. Regulated Professions The list of regulated professions is extensive.  Medical professionals including chiropractors, physicians, osteopath, podiatrist, physicians assistants, psychologists, dentists, dental assistants, dental hygienist, pharmacists, optometrists, registered … Continue reading

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No kidding around – California’s Juvenile Court System

What you need to know when your child is accused of a crime. About 2,000,000 kids annually are charged with violating criminal laws in the United States.  As we rush to criminalize all conduct, kids increasingly have gotten caught in … Continue reading

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Appeals court upholds lobbyist’s conviction

A federal appeals court on Friday refused to overturn the conviction of the only lobbyist to go to trial on charges of bribing public officials related to the Jack Abramoff scandal. Kevin Ring’s conviction was upheld by the U.S. Circuit … Continue reading

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Ex-Mass. chemist pleads not guilty in lab case

A former Massachusetts chemist accused of faking test results at a state drug lab has pleaded not guilty at her sixth and final arraignment. Annie Dookhan was arraigned Monday on a charge of misleading a grand jury prosecutor and judge. … Continue reading

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