Two Collier County sheriff's deputies speak on going from military to law enforcement

Two Collier County sheriff's deputies speak on going from military to law enforcement

”I went in the Air Force because I was too young to be a law enforcement officer in the county.” Hampton spent 14 years in the Air Force holding his …
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Cambodia: Protest Supports Villagers Challenging Foreign Forest Concession

Foreign investments; Forests and timber; Judiciary; Minority rights; Natural resources – On September 22, 2015, a group of approximately 100 Cambodians from the Phnong ethnic group rallied to support five members of the group who were questioned in court and then released. The issues involved were claims… The Global Legal Monitor from the Law Library of Congress covers legal news and developments worldwide.
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Retirement Plans Comm. of IBM v. Jander (18-1165)

The judgment is vacated, and the case is remanded to give the Second Circuit the opportunity to decide whether to entertain the parties’ arguments on ERISA’s duty of prudence.
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Latest News: Applications for Teacher-in-Residence

The Library of Congress is seeking applications from current teachers of journalism or economics for a Teacher-in-Residence position within its Learning and Innovation Office during the 2020-21 school year.
The program description and application details for the position can be found at this website. Applications are due on Friday, March 27, 2020.
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Kansas v. Garcia (17-834)

The Kansas statutes under which respondents, three unauthorized aliens, were convicted—for fraudulently using another person’s Social Security number on state and federal tax-withholding forms submitted to their employers—are not expressly preempted by the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986; and respondents’ argument that those laws are preempted by implication is rejected.
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