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Estate tax elimination will cost states billions

The elimination of the federal estate tax, already approved by the House, could possibly cost state governments at least 1.5 percent of the their revenue. Officials state that if this happens, in effect, the estate tax in 40 states will ...

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Court finds man convicted of same crime twice (8085)

Can a man be sentenced to two mandatory prison terms under 18 U.S.C. § 924 (c)(1) when he possesses a single firearm during a single transaction that results in separate drug possession and drug distribution offenses≠In the case of U.S. ...

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Estate tax elimination will cost states billions (8086)

The elimination of the federal estate tax, already approved by the House, could possibly cost state governments at least 1.5 percent of the their revenue. Officials state that if this happens, in effect, the estate tax in 40 states will ...

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Man sues German manufacturer for injury liability (8087)

On defendant’s motion for summary judgment and plaintiff’s cross-motion to amend the complaint and reopen discovery, Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Western District, David G. Larimer, granted defendant’s motion in part and denied plaintiff’s cross-motion in ...

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Attempted grand larceny charge reduced

Attempted Grand Larceny Charge Reduced A motion to dismiss the charges against defendant because the evidence presented to the Grand Jury was not legally sufficient to establish the charges is granted in part. The judge found that there was sufficient ...

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Attempted grand larceny charge reduced (8084)

Attempted Grand Larceny Charge Reduced A motion to dismiss the charges against defendant because the evidence presented to the Grand Jury was not legally sufficient to establish the charges is granted in part. The judge found that there was sufficient ...

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NY Bar Assn. votes to allow cameras in courtrooms (8075)

Partner at Harris Beach, A. Vincent Buzard, had a lot riding on the New York State Bar Association’s vote last Saturday to allow cameras back into New York courtrooms. As Chair of the Special Committee on Cameras in the Courtroom, ...

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