S.Korea pushes for military law change after soldier's death over sexual abuse

S.Korea pushes for military law change after soldier's death over sexual abuse

The law also allows military chiefs to reduce sentences by up to a third, and that often results in lighter penalties for sexual abusers, the activists say.
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Despite Late Request, Replacement Lawyer Can't Escape Paying Former Counsel's Legal Fees …

In a warning to lawyers hoping to challenge belated claims over legal fees, a federal court has ruled that a lawyer who replaced an attorney …
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Flag on the Play: How an Ambush Interview Put Fox Sports Host in a Legal Red Zone (Guest …

Ethics aside, Sharpe may have committed the second legal equivalent of an encroachment penalty in sports talk radio this year, following the podcast …
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A Record Number Of Americans, Including Republicans, Now Support Same-Sex Marriage

The rise in support stems largely from a majority of Republicans, who for the first time back same-sex marriage at 55%, according to Gallup.
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Opinion: Details about the state's mandated long-term care law and payroll tax are slowly emerging

State officials are finally delivering Washington workers and insurance agents more answers about the new long-term care law in town and the …
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