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  • Not All Batteries Are the Same
    Not All Batteries Are the Same

    The act of battery is a violent offense, which is not to be confused with the legal concept of assault that deals with the threat of violence. A battery requires actual and unwanted physical contact ...

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  • Keffer Barnhart Partner Quoted in Article on National Protest Bills
    Keffer Barnhart Partner Quoted in Article on National Protest Bills

    Reporter Olivia Covington with the Indiana Lawyer reported recently that protest bills are sweeping the country. ...

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  • Spring Training:  Designated Hitter Part 2
    Spring Training: Designated Hitter Part 2

    In February, in a blog entry entitled, “Designated Hitter,” Keffer Barnhart LLP blogged about using retired Supreme Court Justices or other judges to fill-in on the Supreme Court in circumstances ...

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  • We’re Facebook Friends
    We’re Facebook Friends

    For many people and businesses, Facebook has woven its way into the fabric of their lives and how they conduct business. Facebook and other social media outlets are often used to keep friends and ...

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  • Jurors’ Secrets Revealed
    Jurors’ Secrets Revealed

    Jurors’ Secrets Revealed It is generally understood that a “jury’s deliberations are secret and not subject to outside examination,” Yeager v. United States, 557 U.S. 110, 121 (2009). Consequently and ...

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  • Could the DUI limit be lowered to .05?
    Could the DUI limit be lowered to .05?

    Last week, the Utah Legislature became the first state in the country to lower its blood alcohol limit from .08 to .05. ...

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