I've been preparing for back-to-back jury trials (TERRRRRRIBLE idea for one's mental health, by the way), but these are the stories that I've taken note of:
First, alleged UT ballers are entitled to social media that would support their defense. (Holler!)
This is BIG BIG news. As social media becomes more prevalent, knowing who said what and when they said it is critical to finding truth in these cases - especially when the allegations are based solely on testimony.
Second, attorneys are crazy poor. (I mean, it's all relative, but lawyers have some pay issues.)
Third, this is a no-brainer.
Fourth, random article that I thought was interesting after watching the author on CBS This Morning. There are long-term patterns that emerge with changes in habits of marrying, children, etc.
The best stories you'll want to know about from Tennessee and around the country.
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