FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas (KTRK) -- A teenage boy is in critical condition after he was hit by a vehicle in Fort Bend County, according to a tweet by the sheriff's office.The crash happened late Friday afternoon on West Airport at Novar Gardens, just three miles from where an 8-year-old girl was hit by a car Thursday afternoon.Major Chad Norvell tweeted the victim is believed to be between 14 and 18 years old.Possibly a 14-18 yr old male involved. He is in very critical condition. The driver did stop. @SheriffTNehls is media POC on scene. https://t.co/DcmjZjzVC1 … [Read more...] about Teenage boy hit by pickup truck in Fort Bend Co.
Hits right where it hurts
McElhaney’s Greatest Hits: Jim McElhaney’s first-ever Litigation column for the ABA Journal was published in the October 1987 issue. It appeared on page 110 with no particular fanfare. But it was the start of a 25-year run for McElhaney that finally will end next year. During that quarter-century, McElhaney’s straightforward advice on trial practice became one of the most popular features in the Journal, and we’re not letting him go out as quietly as he came in. So over the next 12 months, the Journal will reprint some of McElhaney’s “greatest hits,” featuring his alter ego Angus and the other lawyers who hang out at the Brief Bag, Zapata’s Chili House and other watering holes near the local courthouse—and it could be any courthouse. This is McElhaney’s first column for the Journal; it originally appeared under the headline “The Cat and the Mouse.” … [Read more...] about The Burden of Reasonable Doubt: When a Standard Designed to Protect Defendants Actually Hurts Them
2012 saw two states adopt new right to work laws: Indiana and Michigan. As a result, the concept of right to work has been prominent in the news for the first time in decades. From the recent protests in Michigan, as well as those earlier in the year, it would seem that many protesting do not understand what a right to work law does and does not do. The label “right to work” has become been so laden with the baggage of being anti-union, that few beyond labor lawyers and union officials, understand what these laws are and what they do. … [Read more...] about Top-10 Misconceptions About Right to Work Laws
The complaint (PDF) alleges that police required Trump supporters leaving the rally to “walk directly into and through a mob of physically violent and aggressive anti-Trump protesters.” The suit also alleges the police officers were told not to intervene as they witnessed violent acts by the protesters. … [Read more...] about Class action claims Trump supporters were hurt by protesters because of city’s actions
Harrington, in testimony at a legislative hearing in February, said his clubs had “zero” problems with sex trafficking and no problems with drunken patrons. Dancers, he said, get to decide if they want to totally disrobe, or not, or perform private dances. Touching “between the legs” is not allowed, Harrington said, describing his clubs as a safe, private place for adult entertainment. … [Read more...] about Effort to regulate BYOB clubs with nude dancers hits snag in Nebraska Legislature