Produced by Asena Basak The community of Jacksonville, N.C., home to Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, was terrorized by a serial rapist over a 14-month span beginning in 2011. Authorities believed the perpetrator was responsible for 12 sexual assaults. Five of those women were spouses of Marines. The Jacksonville Police Department took the lead in the investigation, as all of the attacks occurred off base NCIS formed a joint task force with the Jacksonville Police Department, who were able to connect the attacks. The rapist left behind few clues, and it wasn't until two victims were attacked on the same night that investigators were able to get their first major leads. A PREDATOR STRIKES Special Agent Heather Powers | NCIS: NCIS is a multi-faceted agency. Special Agent Heather Powers: If there's a crime involving a spouse or a dependent of a Navy or Marine Corps member, our job is to vigorously pursue the perpetrator … that is a big piece of what we do. …so that the … [Read more...] about “48 Hours: NCIS:” Can agents stop a ruthless attacker preying on Marine wives?
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Hungry, but can't get away from your desk? Too tired to cook something or run out to a restaurant? Uber Eats has got you. The online and mobile food delivery service is now available in most of western Lake County. The Uber Eats website shows it now offers deliveries from hundreds of local restaurants to destinations in Munster, Highland, Griffith, Crown Point, Merrillville, Hammond, Dyer, St. John, Schererville, Whiting, East Chicago and Gary. The service is not yet available in most of Hobart, Lake Station, New Chicago, Miller Beach, Lake of the Four Seasons, Cedar Lake, Lowell, Porter County or LaPorte County.The website shows that Merrillville residents or office workers can have food delivered from a number of restaurants including IHOP, Bar Louie, Big Daddy's BBQ, Mastercue, Aladdin Pita, Pork Chop, Villa Del Sol and Qdoba.Uber Eats touted food from Round the Clock, Rosati's, Ciao Bella and Harold's Chicken in a message to customers."You can use the Uber Eats app … [Read more...] about Uber Eats now delivering restaurant meals to most of Lake County
Are lawyers prone to anxiety, or is the pace of the profession the culprit? The ABA Journal’s Stephanie Francis Ward speaks with Will Meyerhofer, a psychotherapist who has also been a practicing attorney, to learn more about anxiety and get tips on how lawyers can manage and overcome it.Related articles:ABA Journal: “How lawyers can turn fear into an ally”ABA Journal: “32 of lawyers’ most common fears”Podcast TranscriptStephanie Francis Ward: You might think that panic, feelings of restlessness and sleepless nights are just a part of practicing law, but they’re also symptoms of anxiety, which is a significant health problem in the profession. I’m Stephanie Francis Ward, and on today’s Asked and Answered, we’re talking about how lawyers can address their anxiety in a healthy way. Joining me is Will Meyerhofer, a New York therapist who is also a lawyer. Hi Will, welcome to the show.Will Meyerhofer: It’s good to be … [Read more...] about What can lawyers do to manage and conquer anxiety? (podcast with transcript)
Podcast TranscriptStephanie Francis Ward: Scroll through Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, and you can get a good sense of popular topics, as well as how people feel about them. If you’re a litigator using social media, you might have success suggesting how people should feel about your client’s position. And you can use the platforms to gather more support.I’m Stephanie Francis Ward. And on today’s Asked and Answered, I’m discussing how litigators can do that, with Anthony Johnson, an Arkansas plaintiff personal injury lawyer who used to own a search-engine-optimization and marketing company. Anthony, what do lawyers need to think about before using social media to share a client’s story?Anthony C. Johnson: There’s probably a few things that I think you need to consider, first of all. One, it depends on if you’re sharing the story either during or pre-litigation, there’s issues going on with that. If it’s pre-litigation, of … [Read more...] about How can you use social media responsibly to promote your clients’ cases? (podcast with transcript)
I. Introduction“Illegal immigration” is a phrase that elicits strong opinions from many people.1 Debate on the topic includes the blatantly racist,2 sympathy for the plight of immigrants,3 and less emotionally based arguments that fall in between. It is estimated that there are over ten million undocumented aliens in the United States.4 Most people do not contest that something must be done about illegal immigration; the question becomes what.5 In an attempt to stem the tide of illegal immigration, some states have begun to enact their own immigration laws.6 Many state laws purport to regulate things like housing or employment, but in effect act as immigration regulations.7 Arizona passed laws of this sort, one of which targets employment of unauthorized aliens, thus targeting a primary incentive for immigration.8 This law was recently the subject of litigation in the United States Supreme Court.9This note attempts to show that the Supreme Court, in Chamber of Commerce v. … [Read more...] about Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting: A Law Student’s Freewheeling Inquiry