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Jul 21, 2015

When Judges Question the Integrity of Prosecutors

Those who prosecute crimes in our courts are supposed to have some obligation to promote justice: to only prosecute those guilty of crime and to help vindicate the innocence of those who may be wrongly accused of criminal conduct. The criminal justice system relies on the integrity of those who enforce the law to do so honestly and fairly. All too frequently, reality does not resemble that ideal.

The Georgetown Law Journal recently published an … Read more

Jul 16, 2015

Almost ABLE: An Update on Savings Accounts for People with Disabilities

This past January, we told you here about recently enacted federal legislation, the Achieving a Better Life Experience Act of 2014 (the “ABLE Act”), which allows persons with disabilities to establish tax favored savings accounts which can be used to pay for expenses related to their disabilities.

Persons who became severely disabled prior to their 26th birthday may establish an ABLE account, to which anyone can make a contribution. The total annual amount … Read more