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Service by Substitution in California
The following article was written for Resources For Attorneys.com by David Hallstrom, a private investigator, he is not now nor has he ever been an attorney. Section 415.20 (b) of the California Civil Code Of Procedure States: If a copy of the...
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Case Watchers Make It Easy To Keep Up With Criminal Trial News

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Nothing is more frustrating than trying to search for news about a specific trial, especially when the mainstream media isn’t interested. Now, Case Watchers keeps readers apprised in an easy to read format.

Updated daily, Case Watchers provides a summary of the case, links to the latest news stories and comments from readers. Our hottest and most frustrating current trial is the case against Francis Zarro accused of casino fraud in NY. News about this trial has been difficult to find, but our readers are great about letting us know when news is breaking. Other interesting cases include the man with nine wives, a judge on trial for bribery, the Tri-State Crematory case, a teen accused of killing his grandparents, the Seattle spammer trial, two serial killers, hired hits and many, many more. New cases are regularly added and are often suggested by readers.

The Jerry Dean trial, covered by Court TV, ended well before the story aired and we were there first. Jerry Dean was accused of killing a woman who filed a sexual harassment charge against him. However, the jury acquitted Mr. Dean and the case remains unsolved. Another troubling case is the “Deer Hunters Trial” involving the Duvall brothers. Although this case is closed, it remains active to capture the post criminal trial civil cases, such as the wife of the victim suing the wife of the defendant.

In addition, Case Watchers brings new attention to the plight of missing people. To date, we have eleven “cold cases” profiled and are offering awards to those willing to sponsor a missing person page by adding a link to their home page. In addition to the profile pages, each missing person has a poster page readers can print and distribute in their area. Families of other missing people are invited to send us a link for our “Missing” page.

Casewatchers.com is owned and operated by Marti Talbott, author of: “Colorado Cold Case – the Botham/Miracle Murders.”

Marti Talbott is the mother of two and the grandmother of six living in Seattle. Aside from being an author, she enjoys acrilic painting.

 

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USCIS (formerly INS) continues to expand online InfoPass service.
Citizenship and Immigration Services (formerly Immigration and Naturalization Services, INS) continues to rollout its immigration information by appointment system called InfoPass, with three new USCIS districts added last week. Atlanta, Boston...
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The Attorney - A Super Hero in a Society Gone Mad!
Are you looking for a career or want to take legal action? An attorney may be the the answer for you, (also known as a lawyer). Whatever the matter, attorneys help all individuals - people (and companies) in a court of law. Generally...
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Social Security Disability FAQ
WHAT ARE SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS? Social Security Disability is a benefit received from the Social Security Administration by disabled workers and in some cases their dependents, similar to those received by retired workers. ...
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Undiscovered Tactics Of An Injury Claim
What is it they're selling? Is it insurance, electricity, gas, telecommunication services? Or is another company patrolling your area 'informing' people, they can claim injury for an accident, which wasn't their fault? An insight in to the...
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Fighting Identity Theft
Chances are good that you know someone who has been victimized by the fastest growing crime - identity theft. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) reported that there were 10 million cases of identity theft in 2002 alone. Itís estimated that...
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