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Your Ideal Court Reporter – What To Look For!

When it is essential to have an exact legal record of what people said in court, the services of a Court Reporter is needed. The Court Reporter’s primary function is to quickly capture an accurate record of all communications during legal proceedings. It is important they have mastered the skills necessary to produce a transcript […]

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“The Best Stories are Told by Liars!”

Discussing Restraining Orders and Appeals An Attorney Profile of John Siskopoulos John V. Siskopoulos is a founding partner of Siskopoulos Law Firm, LLP, focusing on appellate and civil litigation and chronicled in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.  Reach him at 617-959-1628, or jvs@siskolaw.com, www.siskolaw.com, or at linkedin.com/in/johnsiskopoulos.  Interviewer Liz Tice With significant experience in handling restraining orders […]

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An Attorney Profile from OfficeSolutionsPlusLLC.com Specializing in Depositions, Transcription and Public Hearings

Should you have that second drink?  What about that Xanax you took?  And what is a DRE?  A SPOTLIGHT  INTERVIEW on The Complexities of Drug-Related OUI with Attorney Paul Lawton, Criminal Defense Attorney.  Paul Lawton is a Criminal Defense Attorney and partner in the multi-generational family law firm of Lawton & Lawton in Woburn.  After […]

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OS+ Spotlight Interview: Boston Defense Attorney Discusses Crime Lab Scandal

Aviva Jeruchim is a Criminal Defense Attorney and partner in the Boston law firm of Jeruchim & Davenport, LLP.  As a member of the Massachusetts Criminal Defense Bar, Ms. Jeruchim agreed to speak with OS+ regarding the unfolding scandal at the state’s Hinton Crime Laboratory where a chemist has confessed to falsification of drug testing […]

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Are Clemens’ (Perjured?) Deposition & Testimony to Congress Important?

As Roger Clemens’ perjury trial resumed this week in Washington, an important, albeit unstated, question seems to have taken center stage for the defense – does lying to Congress really matter?  Aside from questions of actual guilt or innocence, a distinctly cynical view has emerged that Capitol Hill is wasting its time – and our […]

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A Hospital’s Mistake: A C-Section is Performed on a Not-Pregnant Woman

Recent depositions show that a Manhattan hospital may have made some colossal medical mistakes.  Dr. Suarna Mehulic is indicting New York Downtown Hospital of performing a C-section on a patient who was not pregnant. This information was revealed in videotaped depositions during a lawsuit Dr. Mehulic filed for wrongful termination.  Mehulic had described dangerous practices […]

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Outsourcing Transcription Helps Lawyers

Court transcripts are vital documents for lawyers and legal professionals.  Without transcripts of previous court cases, a lawyer would have a hard time understanding how a jury may vote or what evidence is vital to a case.  With transcripts at hand, a lawyer can research similar court cases and learn which witnesses and evidence made […]

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How Depositions Can Make or Break a Case

A deposition can be a critical part of a court case.  It could mean the difference between sending a person to jail or letting him or her go free.  In one recent case, twenty-one Haitian boys have accused a man, Douglas Perlitz, of sexually abusing them. Perlitz had created a program to feed, clothe, educate, […]

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New Law Brings Innovative Alimony Changes

A new law affecting how alimony is run will go into effect on March 1, 2012.  This new law has some drastic changes as compared to the previous rulings.  These changes include a threshold on the extent of alimony payments depending upon duration of marriage, conclusion of alimony payments upon reaching retirement age, conclusion or […]

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