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Norm Pattis » for Your Content

Norm Pattis is a Connecticut based trial lawyer focused on high stakes criminal cases and civil right violations. He is a veteran of more than 100 jury trials, many resulting in acquittals for people charged with serious crimes, multi-million dollar civil rights and discrimination verdicts, and scores of cases favorably settled.
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Correcting the Injustice in the Bill Cosby Trial

Suppose you were suddenly accused of sexual assault. A dozen or more years ago, you crossed a line. In an instant, it's all over.

Will The Pennsylvania Supreme Court Screw Bill Cosby?

It took two trials for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to win a conviction against Cosby for sexually assaulting Andrea Constand.

Jeffrey Toobin, Grace Abounding or Unbounded Rage?

We’re rapidly become a nation of graceless ruffians. We’ll be quick to deride those who have what we want.

Happy Independence Day, I Hope

We're on the cusp of what I will call our “Concord Moment.” That’s when a shot fired in anger will be heard coast to coast, if not around the world.

A Speedy and Public Trial Necessary in Minnesota

There’s a pretty good chance that three of the four officers charged will be acquitted. The fourth officer, Derek Chauvin, just might get one too.

Are You A Racist If You Don’t Own White Male Privilege?

Saying views need readjustment on account of my race makes as much sense as kneeling to ask forgiveness of a person of color for the history of racism.

COVID-19: Beware Woeful Wednesdays

I’m noticing something like a new rhythm as the weeks roll into the first month of COVID-19 pandemic. It seems that about once a week.

🦠 Everyone Rations, All The Time; Let’s Be Honest About It

We’re forced, suddenly, to make explicit what we do all the time – make cost-benefit decisions about how to allocate scarce resources.

DAILY RUNDOWN

President Biden to halt travel to and from United States for Brazil, Ireland, UK and Europe

President Joe Biden will be suspending travel to the United States from at-least six countries.

Hunter Biden halts presidential motorcade to eat at nearby bagel shop after having the munchies

Hunter Biden halted his father’s presidential motorcade Sunday afternoon after getting the munchies, Your Content has learned.
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Oklahoma man arrested for drinking Nancy Pelosi’s hidden beer stash amid chaos at the Capitol

An Oklahoma man was arrested for breaking into the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 only to guzzle down Nancy Pelosi’s private beer stash.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Files Lawsuit Against Biden for Allowing a 100-Day Freeze on Deportations

Texas is asking a court to stop President Joe Biden from allowing a 100-day moratorium on deportations.
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