Author Archive: Marc

Wisconsin Gun Shop Negligence Trial Closing Arguments Win

The above quote by California accident attorney Michael Ehline of the Ehline Law Firm PC is not without merit. In the past, the anti self defense rights left has been very intelligent at packing the courts with judges who rule based upon emotion, rather than by the Constitution and universal rights. In this case, they found a federally licensed gun dealer with a known pattern and practice of selling guns to fronts, or “straw men” for criminals.

The Case of the Transgender Lawbreaker

She now has to come up with restitution even though she has returned an amount of $30,000 after getting caught. Her social security benefits will be used to get the restitution from her. She has gone for plea bargain after getting busted. The US district court judge said to her that she was playing with millions of dollars and this money did not belong to her. McDonald seems very embarrassed after getting caught and to all the remarks a

Youth Contact Sports Carry Risks Not Just Rewards

Take for example the recent bill submitted by Congressman Mark DeSaulnier. As reported by KRON 4, DeSaulnier’s bill calls for greater protections for young athletes. House Resolution 2062, or Protecting Student Athletes from Concussions Act recognizes the special risk facing young people’s minds due to concussions and other brain injuries. The effort has been backed by many high profile organizations, including the NFL, NCAA, and the American Academy of Neurology, among others.

Losing Weight Could Mean Losing Your Life?

If you or a loved one took orlistat or one of its brand names and suffered weakness or organ damage, it may be due to manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline or a distributor not properly labeling the risks. Contact a lawyer today and ask for a free consultation if you think you have a case.

Are E-Cigarettes Worse Than Believed?

Perhaps the most important aspect of such a procedural change is the public perception shift away from such products as being harmless. A recent CDC report stated that nicotine exposure incidents to poison control centers skyrocketed from .3% of all cases in 2010 to over 41% in 2014.