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Ray Rice is Dropped by the Ravens Following Release of New Video

Photo Courtesy: Associated Press Following the release of new video by TMZ Sports, the Baltimore Ravens decided this week to terminate its contract with star running back Ray Rice. The condemning footage, taken inside an elevator at an Atlantic City casino, shows Rice hitting his then-fiancee Janay Palmer, causing her head to slam into a railing. She was rendered unconscious by the hit. Video that had been released earlier this year showed Rice dragging Palmer out of the elevator, …

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The Start of the NFL Football Season Renews Concerns for Player Safety

SOURCE: http://www.lawwirenews.com/legal-news/the-start-of-the-nfl-football-season-renews-concerns-for-player-safety-376/ As certainly anyone in Texas knows, high school and college football are both in full swing with crowds filling stadiums across the state every Friday night and Saturday. And this week, players with the National Football League take to the field for the start of their regular season. Depending on their particular allegiance, fans are wondering if the Dallas Cowboys can find a way to make it to the playoffs this year under the leadership of Tony …

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Fired Houston Police Officer Awaits Arbitration Ruling

It is difficult to be asked into your boss’ office to have him tell you that your work performance is unacceptable or maybe even that you are being fired. But, it may be even worse to have your employer call you a liar during a press conference held in one of the largest cities in the country and insist you never will work for him again. Sergeant Ryan Chandler, who worked for the homicide division of the Houston Police …

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The Importance of Clarity During the Texas Divorce Process

Getting a divorce can be a stressful experience, especially if only one spouse wants to end the marriage. As a recent article on Psych Central explained, it is essential for the person who wants the divorce to be honest and upfront with his or her spouse and to be clear about all intentions. Trying to be too nice or sending mixed signals can be harmful for all parties involved. One of the best ways to ensure that your divorce goes …

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Would You Call Saul?

Even though the final episode aired on AMC almost a year ago, Breaking Bad was placed back into the spotlight this week as it dominated the Emmy Awards. Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Drama Series – these categories and others were won by the show about a high school chemistry teacher who manufactures meth when a cancer diagnosis leaves him worried about the fate of his family. While all of the performances recognized were outstanding, …

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