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  • Understanding How Judgments Function
    Understanding How Judgments Function

    When a person gets a judgment after a party fails to appear in court, it is commonly referred to as a “default judgment.” Ask the Lawyer with Brendan Bukalski explains how to navigate enforcement of ...

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  • Understanding the Different Types of Evidence & Uses
    Understanding the Different Types of Evidence & Uses

    Not all evidence is made equal. Ask the Lawyer with Brendan Bukalski explains how there are numerous types of evidence, and how evidence presented in a case can be limited in how it is used: http://ww ...

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  • Murder & Homicide: Are There Legal Differences?
    Murder & Homicide: Are There Legal Differences?

    Homicide and murder are used side-by-side throughout legal language and statutes, but are the two interchangeable or totally different? Get the answer in Ask the Lawyer with Brendan Bukalski: http://w ...

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  • Seeking Information in the Gregory Houser Case
    Seeking Information in the Gregory Houser Case

    The Johnson Law Group is seeking any information from the public in a 1990 Piatt County case in which our client, Gregory Houser is currently charged with four counts of murder in the death of his ...

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  • Discharge by Impracticality Can Eliminate Some Business Contracts
    Discharge by Impracticality Can Eliminate Some Business Contracts

    If a business contract cannot be upheld due to an unplanned circumstance that has caused significant impracticality, then it might be discharged early. Brendan Bukalski of Ask the Lawyer explains: htt ...

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  • How Eleventh Amendment Immunity Protects States from Lawsuits
    How Eleventh Amendment Immunity Protects States from Lawsuits

    Did you know that the Eleventh Amendment creates a form of “lawsuit immunity” for states, prohibiting federal courts from hearing claims or suits filed against a particular state? Get an explanation ...

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