Must-Have Tech Tools for Lawyers

With the evolving process and work environments, technological tools are becoming increasingly prevalent. Like other core industries, the legal field is adapting to the increasing digital transformation, embracing tools to streamline processes such as research and billing. The surge in tech tools for lawyers, driven by the growing demand for work-from-home setups and automation is expected to keep rising, and law firms will have to adapt to these changes.  Continue reading “Must-Have Tech Tools for Lawyers”

AI May Not Excel in Generating Medical Chronologies: Here’s Why

Technology and digitization are gradually becoming integral parts of the legal industry, mirroring trends seen in other sectors. While the establishment of regulations and rules may be necessary along the journey, the discussion surrounding legal technology is gaining momentum within legal circles. The objective is to replace time-consuming and labor-intensive processes with solutions that offer enhanced speed, accuracy, and efficiency. However, the ultimate aim is to achieve transformative changes. Legal technology encompasses all tools and techniques that aid users in interacting with and navigating the law. Enhancing productivity, optimizing workflows, and improving client services are among how legal technology can usher in a significant upgrade for law firms. Continue reading “AI May Not Excel in Generating Medical Chronologies: Here’s Why”

“Mama Duck” Ruby Franke’s Aggravated Child Abuse Case Timeline

Below is an interactive timeline of the whole case, you can click here to open it in a new window

Vlogger and Youtuber who shares parenting advice, Ruby Franke was arrested on August 30, 2024, alongside her former business partner Jodi Hildebrant after Franke’s 12-year-old son was found in an “emaciated” state escaping from Hildebrandt’s residence in Ivins, Utah. Continue reading ““Mama Duck” Ruby Franke’s Aggravated Child Abuse Case Timeline”

General Order of Events in a Felony Case

A felony case is typically defined as any criminal offense that carries a penalty of imprisonment for one year or more, or in some cases, the death penalty. Felonies are the most serious types of crimes, often involving violence and posing significant harm or danger to society. They encompass some of the gravest offenses, such as first-degree murder or arson. Continue reading “General Order of Events in a Felony Case”