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Law Dean Turned Priest Rev. David Link Dead at 85  

David Link, the former dean of the University of Notre Dame’s Law School turned priest, died at 85 years old. So reports Yahoo! Sports.


NFL's Ruggs Fatal Accident Exposes Flaws in DUI Laws: Legal Analyst  

In the wake of the fatal crash involving Las Vegas Raiders receiver Henry Ruggs III, MSNBC legal analyst Danny Cevallos is calling for legislators to revisit the way impaired driving is prosecuted. So reports NBC News. 


Jail Officials Used 'Baby Shark' Song to 'Torment' Inmates: Lawyers  

A handful of Oklahoma County Detention Center inmates have filed a federal lawsuit after arguing they were subjected to repeated, malicious exposure to the children’s song “Baby Shark.” So reports Fox News.


Republican AGs Call Constitutional Foul on Federal Vaccine Mandate  

Attorneys general in Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee have filed a challenge against President Joe Biden’s mandate requiring federal contractors to take a COVID-19 vaccine. So reports NPR.


Rittenhouse Attorney Opens with Racially Charged Language

Kyle Rittenhouse’s lawyer used the “N-Word” multiple times for effect during opening statements while defending the accused Kenosha, Wisconsin shooter. So reports Insider.


California Cops, College Admission Scandals Top October Verdicts

From California cops to college admission scandals, here are some notable verdicts from October.


Pioneering Immigration Attorney Lisa Brodyaga Dead at 81  

Legal giant Lisa Brodyaga, who founded the first-ever pro bono office servicing the legal needs of refugees in immigration prisons, has died. So reports Courthouse News Service.


'Rust' Crew Members Lawyer Up As Shooting Investigation Continues  

Two crew members associated with the New Mexico filming of the movie Rust have hired criminal defense lawyers in the wake of the on-set shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. So reports Deadline.


Calif. Settles with Game Studio Over Illegal 'Sweepstakes Cafes'  

Pong Game Studios Corp. will pay $3.5 million and cease operating its “casino-style games” in California after settling with the state attorney general’s office. So reports ABC News.


Judge Angel to Decide Fate of Satanists Hoping to Summon Boston Mayoral Candidate for Deposition  

The Satanic Temple in Salem and Boston mayoral candidate Michelle Wu are entangled in a legal spat over a prospective Election Day deposition related to a lawsuit involving prayer at council meetings. So reports The Boston Herald.


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