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Attorney fees examined in indigent defendants’ cases

The assigned attorney (Hinman) for the indigent defendant in the first case (Leonard) submitted a voucher on March 13, 2001, requesting $100 per hour for in-court and out-of-court time based upon extraordinary circumstances detailed in a convincing affidavit. This request ...

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IRS to hold national problem solving day June 16 (12926)

In its continuing effort to raise the standard of service to taxpayers, the Internal Revenue Service will hold a National Problem Solving Day on Saturday, June 16. Locally, the event will be offered from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in ...

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Attorney fees examined in indigent defendants’ cases (12927)

The assigned attorney (Hinman) for the indigent defendant in the first case (Leonard) submitted a voucher on March 13, 2001, requesting $100 per hour for in-court and out-of-court time based upon extraordinary circumstances detailed in a convincing affidavit. This request ...

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Monroe County Bar Assn. sponsors law tech symposium

Technology is changing the way most attorneys practice law. The Monroe County Bar Association’s Academy of Law is helping attorneys stay current on the latest technology trends. The MCBA’s Academy of Law and the Rochester Information Technology Exposition and Conference ...

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Benefits of check imaging process explained

Check imaging is a relatively new banking process that many banks have not explained to their customers. When a bank utilizes image technology, it scans the actual check during its standard item processing operation. From that point forward, both the ...

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First Amendment issues on petition for writ of certiorari

The U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari to hear the appeal in Ashcroft, Attorney General v. American Civil Liberties Union, et al, No. 00-1293. The issue presented pertains to the Child Online Protection Act (COPA) which makes it unlawful to make ...

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Rochester legal organizations offer program on how to prepare for federal jury

The Rochester Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) has partnered with Volunteer Legal Services Project (VSLP) to offer a dynamic half-day program on Federal Civil Rights Litigation. The 3.5 credit hour program will be held June 1 ...

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Monroe County Bar Assn. sponsors law tech symposium (12919)

Technology is changing the way most attorneys practice law. The Monroe County Bar Association’s Academy of Law is helping attorneys stay current on the latest technology trends. The MCBA’s Academy of Law and the Rochester Information Technology Exposition and Conference ...

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Benefits of check imaging process explained (12920)

Check imaging is a relatively new banking process that many banks have not explained to their customers. When a bank utilizes image technology, it scans the actual check during its standard item processing operation. From that point forward, both the ...

Read More »

First Amendment issues on petition for writ of certiorari (12921)

The U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari to hear the appeal in Ashcroft, Attorney General v. American Civil Liberties Union, et al, No. 00-1293. The issue presented pertains to the Child Online Protection Act (COPA) which makes it unlawful to make ...

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