Category: Wills

San Antonio Police Beat Up the Wrong Guy

Wrongfully Convicted

Excessive force. A euphemism for what goes on in this country far too often: Police beating the crud out of, if not killing, people they encounter in the line of duty. Statistics are out there, like those provided by the CATO Institute, but it’s essentially impossible to know the scope of unjustified police violence. A… Read more »

Donations allow sheriff to add three new K9s

Washingston Law Toughest

Donations allow sheriff to add three new K9s By Emily Gillespie Columbian staff writer Friday, August 16, 2013 digg28 points on reddit The Clark County Sheriff’s Office has added three dogs to its canine unit, restoring the program to its intended size. Donations from citizens and the nonprofit group DOGPAW helped the agency buy Ringo… Read more »

Vancouver looks to delay permits for pot sales

Marijuana

Vancouver looks to delay permits for pot sales Public hearing on the issue set for next month Associated Press files The Vancouver City Council will have a public hearing, 7 p.m. Sept. 16 at City Hall, on a temporary moratorium that would prohibit would-be sellers from applying for a city land-use permit until after June… Read more »

Pizza chain raises dough for teen

Pizza chain raises dough for teen Battle Grounds Justin Carey was hit by car, lost leg Photo by Steven Lane Justin Carey, 16, center, holds hands with girlfriend Lexi Davisson, 14, on July 8 at Peace Health Southwest Medical Center. He has since been released. By Patty Hastings Columbian staff writer Wednesday, July 24, 2013… Read more »

Estate Planning: Providing for your Pets

Estate Planning Attorney

Estate Planning: Providing for your Pets By: F. James Mayhew October 20, 2012 Pets play a significant role in our lives. A common question I am asked by clients who visit my office for estate planning advice is “what will happen to my pet when I die”? If a pet is not provided for in… Read more »