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Rhode Island Bar Journal Article

Rhode Island pet owners may find my article on using replevin to recover their pets, published in the Jan/Feb, 2019 issue of the Rhode Island Bar Journal, useful.

EOPSS now 0 for 13

Posted by Keith Langer | Jan 30, 2019 | 0 Comments

EOPPS assertion of law rejected for the 13th time; Boston loses on that issue, and revoking an LTC because the holder sought removal of his restrictions.

EOPSS Rejected for the 11th Consecutive Time

Posted by Keith Langer | Jan 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

The Plymouth District Court overturned an LTC revocation  by the Plymouth chief, who had obeyed the EOPSS memo, which has no authority, instead of using his statutory authority. That is the 11th such decision in seven months.Of particular interest in this cogent, concise decision is its summary o...

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