We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at [email protected] or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours. … [Read more...] about Pregnant couple on Universal Credit forced to plead for help online after being left eating dry TOAST for three days
Dr. Kimberley Salkey was puzzled until she learned the student spent about six hours a day working with a laptop on her lap, the Associated Press reports. The diagnosis was “toasted skin syndrome,” a skin condition that is caused by long-term exposure to heat that can also be caused by heating pads. … [Read more...] about Law Student Suffers from ‘Toasted Skin Syndrome’ Due to Laptop Use
The two men have told associates that their discussions, held before the investor meeting, led them to conclude that Tannin was overreacting to recent financial statistics, the story says. Cioffi, it turns out, had taken $2 million of his own money out of one of the funds the month before, but he has told others it was to help boost another fund. … [Read more...] about Will Prosecutors Get Help From ‘Toast’ E-Mail by Bear Stearns Manager?
Gioglio’s lawyer, Susan Prentice-Sao, did not deliver an opening statement, did not present any evidence, and did not cross-examine the alleged victim, a relative of Gioglio’s who accused him of sexual contact when she was 6 years old. Nor did Prentice-Sao raise a hearsay objection when a gym teacher testified about student reports of the alleged victim’s claims of rape. … [Read more...] about Prosecutor Concerns About Defense Spur Reversal; Lawyer Accused of Calling Client ‘Toast’
Burton is a lawyer with Landmark Management Group in Plano who previously worked at Bickel & Brewer. He tells Tex Parte he got the idea when he was watching CNN and saw an unusual report about a piece of toast at a diner said to look like the Virgin Mary. “They put it in the window, and people from all over came to stand in front of it,” he said. … [Read more...] about Toast Incident Spurs In-House Lawyer to Write Novel