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Video Fatigue
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Video Fatigue: It’s Real and It’s Exhausting

With approximately 40 percent of the workforce still operating from home, reliance on video conferencing is essential for many professionals. Our calendars include hours of back-to-back video meetings and we wonder why we are exhausted

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Counting the Days
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Why It Can Take Weeks to See a Judge

By Jesse Fellabaum Most people who are arrested want to get out of jail as quickly as possible. However, the different types of bond that can make your release happen can be confusing. Pre-issued or

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COVID-19 | Jury Trials in Georgia Suspended – Again
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Jury Trials in Georgia Suspended – Again

If your clients were looking forward to putting their legal issues behind them with post-New Year’s jury trials, you’ll need to break it to them that trials have been suspended – again. Chief Justice Harold

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Strange, Weird and Just Plain Crazy Crimes
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Strange, Weird and Just Plain Crazy Crimes

Everyone agrees that 2020 has been a year like no other. As we wind down this pandemic-lockdown-socially distanced-masked year, crooks, it seems, have been just as confused as the rest of us. Consider these actual

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Pardon That Bird
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Pardon That Bird

A commemoration of what was believed to be the first shared meal between the English colonists, or Pilgrims, and the Wampanoag people in 1621, Thanksgiving used to mean turkey, stuffing (or dressing), potatoes, cranberries and

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