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Suit on ex-offender voting filed in N.C.

A North Carolina law that prohibits convicted felons from voting until their full sentence is completed — not just their prison time — is being challenged in court with arguments that were successfully used in recent election-related litigation. Three groups ...

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Lawyers in the News – Dec. 23 (access required)

Will Miller has joined Brinkley Walser Stoner in Lexington as an associate attorney, where his practice will include elder law, estate planning and administration, business law, criminal law, traffic and DWI, and family law. Bryan Holbrook has joined Fisher Phillips ...

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Do you suffer from decision fatigue? (access required)

Paper or plastic? Skirt or pants? Credit or debit?  The list of daily decisions we make goes on. It’s estimated that the average adult makes about 35,000 decisions each day. 226.7 of those decisions are made on food alone. Some of ...

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