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The legislative counsel wrote that “legislating remotely arguably violates the constitutional guarantee of open and public meetings,” and that it could also violate Prop.
Google named a new top lawyer on Tuesday, appointing a 14-year veteran of the company, Halimah DeLaine Prado, as its new general counsel.
From the first day Shmuel Sunray joined NSO as its general counsel, he faced one international incident after another.
On par with speeding tickets, infractions don’t entitle defendants to legal counsel or a trial by jury.
Voters will also decide whether the city should create a new police oversight commission with independent legal counsel and subpoena power.
It allows you to, if you’re confronted with the criminal-justice system, be able to hire the best counsel possible.
Bret Peace, the general counsel, said it’s naïve to assume Border Patrol would just wave every cannabis company through.
The measure would replace the existing oversight body with a far more powerful version, one that could conduct independent investigations, with subpoena power and its own legal counsel.
Gold and silver make the feet stand sure: but wise counsel is above them both.
Consult not with him that layeth a snare for thee, and hide thy counsel from them that envy thee.

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