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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on April 17, 2018, 03:01:45 PM »
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Hillary Clinton was quick to call her friends at New York Times to take down factual report on the criminal investigation begun by the FBI regarding her gross negligence.....but dragged her feet and let Americans die in Benghazi and then blamed a videotape.
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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on April 16, 2018, 10:29:15 AM »
McCabe theatrics and Comey theatrics... Grossly inappropriate to let Clinton walk away.. but weiner reopen saved face.
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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on April 09, 2018, 08:11:42 AM »
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Well why has the vanquished Hillary Clinton been out in full public view since she lost the election when most losers quietly disappear for a while?

Simple- “there is nothing to see here”

Clinton should have been prosecuted for criminally mishandling security documents which need securing to protect our country and our families.
The Justice Department under Loretta Lynch Obstructed the process of justice—“a matter”?
James Comey and others also sullied the rule of law by not prosecuting her.  So he to is culpable.

Why?
"Although the Department of Justice makes final decisions on matters like this, we are expressing to Justice our view that no charges are appropriate in this case,"

Because people, including President Obama wanted Clinton to succeed him as President—first of all.

The letter Comey sent to Congress when emails were discovered on Anthony Weiners laptop was “late in the game cover” for the FBI
As they were trying to play on both sides of the game.

Then Comey said this:

Although there is evidence of potential violations regarding the handling of classified information, our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case,"

Why would no “reasonable” prosecutor bring such a case??

Fuxk you American public—the fbi “Clinton team” and Obama crew wanted and fugured she was going to be elected.

...and then if they had pursued the case? Oh the fall out

..loaded for bear visiting Hiliary would make her retaliation if she was elected swift and uncaring.

Department of Justice Lynch and Comey were looking out for their reputations, wellbeing and future jobs.

I hope that they are all handed the book by the Inspector General.

Then the next day Clinton should
Receive due process of the law and a grand jury should be activated.

Then Lynch, Comey and their cohorts.

They have all been out in full public view to give the impression that there is nothing to see.

Including Obama who has a peculiar character flaw for strange expressions.

“There’s no there there.” To a behavioralist that set off a red flag.

IRS scandal and Clinton emails
Obama’s guilt is screaming out of all this. 

But the smoke screen of nothing to see here should/ will come down when the inspector generals report comes out.

Let’s hope there are som reasonable prosecutors out there!!!! Whose hands aren’t dirty or tied to the corrupt democratttttix machine.
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Online Law Schools / Re: Northwestern California University School of Law
« Last post by legalpractitioner on March 25, 2018, 06:03:32 PM »
Sounds like you have a good shot.  Work on the essay questions stuff, that is where online students are usually weakest.
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Job Search / Open Legal Opportunties - Rochester, NY
« Last post by tajtech on March 20, 2018, 09:47:38 AM »
Hi!  I have several open legal opportunities for JD grads in Rochester, NY  Let me know if you are interested!  Email October.d@tajtech.com

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on March 20, 2018, 07:14:22 AM »
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Haven’t people learned that bill and Hillary Clinton are not truly there to help people?
 
So many people who have helped them however have landed on the dustbin of failure—lives ruined and some have gone to jail...
Huma is a dupe.  And the Clintons do not care.

Let me repeat that. The Clintons DO NOT care.



Inspector general report should have many questions answered and then a genuine grand jury should be triggered to investigate The criminal dissemination of “top secret compartmentalized sensitive material” which ended up on wieners computer.

NO intent was needed for this crime.  Hillary is busted red handed.

She must pay!!!!!
All the talk of ‘justice’ needs to have factual punishment for consequences of criminal actions.

This I G report should have enough in it to put the nail in hiliarys lies and pin her down for what she is.

A disingenuous rube.
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Studying for the LSAT / Low LSAT/Language Barrier
« Last post by Elizabet93 on March 16, 2018, 11:45:34 PM »
Hi guys, I moved to the USA 2 years ago, have my bachelors in journalism with 3,4 gpa. I am  taking the LSAT and the highest score that I have is 140 due to the language barrier ( English is my 3rd language). Could anyone tell approximate chances of getting into law school in CA ? I was told that there is a little change of excuse if the admissions see low LSAT of new comers . thank you so much   :)
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Online Law Schools / Re: Northwestern California University, School of Law.
« Last post by jcrew7 on March 16, 2018, 06:20:57 PM »
I am in my 3rd year of the NWCU program.  I believe it has many great aspects.  We also noticed that it had an higher than normal pass rate of the FYLSE as compared to other schools which is part of the reason we selected this school.  I was able to pass the FYLSE on my first attempt as did all of my study group partners from the school. 

There are multiple reasons for one to enter an online program.  For me it was that I still have children at home and the nearest university was over an hour away and it would run me nearly $100,000 to complete my degree.  Law is a wonderful subject that really can be studied without being in a classroom, (I think of all of my college friends who never went to their law school classes) however, don't think that I don't have brick and mortar envy.  I would love to be in school but also did not want to leave my family for that many hours per day and also want the lovely flexibility to not have to work to pay off loans but have the ability to work for a cause (and generally "causes" don't pay so well!) 

Enjoy the decision making process.  No scenario is perfect so find the one that you feel works best for you.  I will say that I was absolutely prepared for the FYLSE with a combination of great writing instruction in 1L as well as Professor Fleming's Baby Bar Prep course.  I also believed the professors when they said to write with the clock and do as many MBEs as possible.  You can't short cut plain old investment of time.  For me this meant writing every 1L topic essay I could get my hands on as well as over 3000 MBEs in preparation for the FYLSE.  In a way I feel grateful to have already taken the FYLSE as I have had a little glimpse as to what the actual Bar exam might be like. 

Warm regards, SJ
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Online Law Schools / Re: Northwestern California University School of Law
« Last post by jcrew7 on March 16, 2018, 03:01:32 PM »
I am aware of a couple of classmates in the NWCU program who are currently in law enforcement.  We love their input in Crim Law and Crim Pro class discussions.  I am in my 3rd year of the NWCU program.  Passed the FYLSE on my first attempt as did all of my study group partners from the school. 

There are multiple reasons for one to enter an online program.  For me it was that I still have children at home and the nearest university was over an hour away and it would run me nearly $100,000 to complete my degree.  Law is a wonderful subject that really can be studied without being in a classroom however, don't think that I don't have brick and mortar envy.  I would love to be in school but also did not want to leave my family for that many hours per day and also want the lovely flexibility to not have to work to pay off loans but have the ability to work for a cause (and generally "causes" don't pay so well!) 

Enjoy the decision making process.  No scenario is perfect so find the one that you feel works best for you.  I will say that I was absolutely prepared for the FYLSE with a combination of great writing instruction through the program as well as Professor Flemings Baby Bar Prep course.  In a way I feel grateful to have already taken the FYLSE as I have a little understanding as to what the actual Bar exam will be like. 

Warm regards, SJ
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Hi All,

Can someone please tell me what have you all used in the past that helped you select your school of law?

Also, what factors do you think that are the highest priority to you when selecting the school?

Thank you in advance.
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