Having an elderly witness break into tears during cross-examination has the potential to infuriate juries, or humanize otherwise unsympathetic witnesses, and, according to several trial lawyers, attorneys handling those witnesses should use caution.
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Pennsylvania employers cannot require workers to be paid on payroll debit cards, the state Superior Court has ruled in an issue of first impression.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to hear argument in a case that could further narrow the scope of civil asset forfeiture by limiting its application based on evidence that already is part of the record.
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