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Justices decline to stop execution of Missouri man who said he was innocent

The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to block the execution of Missouri inmate Leonard Taylor, who was sentenced to death for the 2004 murder of his live-in girlfriend and her three children. Taylor had asked the justices to put his execution on hold and

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The morning read for Wednesday, Feb. 8

Each weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. Here’s the Wednesday morning read: Biden administration tells Supreme Court Title 42 will end when Covid-19 public health emergency

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Raising Arizona

In brutal professions like the NFL -- and IP legal practice -- anyone who has gotten to the point of playing at the highest level was only able to do so by demonstrating talent, resilience, and a bit of luck. The post Raising Arizona appeared first on Abo

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How Cutting-Edge Firms Are Succeeding Amid Pandemic Fallout [Sponsored]

This survey of 2,300 legal professionals reveals the data behind how they’re bolstering efficiency, flexibility, and resiliency. The post How Cutting-Edge Firms Are Succeeding Amid Pandemic Fallout appeared first on Above the Law.

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