Multi-law enforcement agency child abuse investigation results in arrest of Ga. healthcare providers

A local healthcare provider was arrested as part of a child abuse investigation involving several law enforcement agencies.

Gordon County Sheriff Mitch Ralston said on Feb. 24, deputies received reports of possible child abuse from a healthcare provider in Gordon

R (on the application of Palmer) v Northern Derbyshire Magistrates Court and Anor – UKSCBlog

In this post, Ingrida Jakuseva, a paralegal within the Litigation and Arbitration department at CMS, previews the decision awaited from the Supreme Court in R (on the application of Palmer) v Northern Derbyshire Magistrates Court and Anor. The application for

Chicago Mayor Lightfoot ousted; Murdaugh jurors head to crime scene; China dismisses FBI’s COVID leak theory; and more morning headlines

Today is Wednesday, March 1, 2023. Let’s get caught up.

Here are today’s top stories, celebrity birthdays and a look back at this date in history.



Chicago Mayor Lightfoot ousted;  Vallas, Johnson in runoff

Chicago voters have denied Major Lori Lightfoot a second

Harvard Law School Clinic Represents Coalition Alleging Racial Gerrymandering in Jacksonville City Council Maps | News

Harvard Law School’s Election Law Clinic is representing a coalition of individuals and civil rights groups in a lawsuit against the City of Jacksonville, alleging racial gerrymandering in election maps approved by the city council in March 2022.

The suit

DCM (Optical Holdings) Ltd v Commissioners for His Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (Scotland) [2023] UKSC 7 – UKSC Blog

On appeal from: [2021] EWCA Civ 91

Under the Value Added Tax Act 1994 (the “VAT Act“), “newspapers” are “zero-rated”, meaning Value Added Tax (“VAT“) is not charged on them. The question in this case is