The Washington Times - April 4, 2012, 05:23PM


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The Supreme Court allows strip searches for any offense. 

Groupon to settle class-action lawsuit for $8.5 million. 

A Frederick County Circuit Court jury has awarded $620,000 in damages to a Taneytown couple whose dog was shot by a sheriff’s deputy. 

Is “astronaut” a lifetime title? 

A would be Miss Universe contestant who held a news conference with her attorney Gloria Allred was disqualified as a finalist from the upcoming Miss UniverseCanada last month because she was born male. The decision had been overturned the day before.  

Legal tip of the day is about complaining.  We have that right but be very careful if the complaint is targeted at someone in a public way, such as a Twitter post or on Facebook, if the complaint could, in any way be slanderous.