Barbershop Raid Case Settles After Full Appeals Court Orders Mediation

A civil rights case over a raid on a Florida barbershop has settled for $125,000, leaving unresolved a federal appeals question about whether law enforcement officers can be liable for constitutional violations committed by other officers.

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    Litigators are subject to the same ethics rules, professional standards of care and professional obligations as any other attorney. But the application of those rules, standards and obligations differs greatly from every other practice.

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VIDEO: Lawyer, Mary Weeks on Competitive Rifle Shooting

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Before Columbus attorney Mary K. Weeks decided to pursue a career in law, she was an elite, competitive rifle shooter for the U.S. Army. Prior to that, she was an All-American marksman at the University of Kentucky in the late '90s.
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