Jailed for three years awaiting trial on charges that he killed a 75-year-old woman and wounded a 71-year-old man, Geary Otis will soon be free after the Supreme Court of Georgia ruled Monday that he cannot be tried for the crimes.
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When Kevin Cranman explains his job at the global technology company Ericsson, he evokes the classic 1990s movie "Pulp Fiction."
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Attorney Lori Andrus invoked California's Fair Pay Act in a suit that accuses Farmers Insurance of paying female lawyers less than their male counterparts.