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5 More Women Accuse Marissa Alexander’s Husband Of Brutal Abuse

5 More Women Accuse Marissa Alexander’s Husband Of Brutal Abuse

According to First Coast News, last week, in Jacksonville, Florida, five new witness may turn out to be the best news for Marissa Alexander, and the worst news for her abusive husband, Rico Gray. In 2010, Marissa Alexander fired a shot into the air, to keep her husband from attacking her. Alexander had just given […]

Attorney Brings Baby to Court After Judge Denies Maternity Leave Delay – VIDEO

Earlier this month, Judge J. Dan Pelletier Sr. of the Atlanta Immigration Court denied attorney Stacey Ehrisman-Mickle’s motion to delay a hearing which she requested due to the fact that she was on maternity leave. In his refusal, the judge stated there was “No good cause.” Even though the opposing counsel was fine with it […]

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How The Law Turns Battered Women Into Criminals (VIDEO)

Currently, at least 29 states have laws criminalizing parents’ failure to protect their children from abuse. As BuzzFeed reports, in some states “the crime is known as injury to a child “by omission, in others it is called “permitting child abuse” or “enabling child abuse.” BuzzFeed goes on to explain that In addition, prosecutors in […]

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The “Birther” boobs are back! At least one of them anyway. Meet conservative legal activist Larry Klayman, Reagan Justice Dept. alumni, Judicial Watch & Freedom Watch founder, one-man tea party. He’s the type of lawyer that’s so amoral, he’d sue his own mother if he thought he’d get any money out of it. In fact, […]

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He Beat His Wife, Will Serve No Jail Time – But This Federal Judge Could Return To The Bench

On September 5th, U.S. District Court Judge Mark Fuller accepted a plea deal stemming from an incident last month in which he beat his wife. Fuller is a George W. Bush appointee, with a background in Republican politics. He accepted a pre-trial diversion offered by the solicitor to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation, as […]

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