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Big Week for Robert L. Greenberg, P.C. – Score 2 for the Good Guys

Big week for the firm of Robert L. Greenberg, P.C. We convinced the Bronx District Attorney’s Office to decline to prosecute in a case involving possession of a controlled substance–our client’s own prescriptions, in his own home. Later in the

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Sperm Donor or Father?

Four years ago, a Kansas man donated sperm, but now the courts want him to pay child support. Another example of how technology is several steps ahead of law, because these questions have yet to be fully answered.  If he

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Marines to Alcohol Test

The U.S. Marine Corps will now be conducting regular, random breath alcohol tests.  Marines will be required to submit to a breathalyzer test and those who register a blood alcohol content (BAC) level of .01 or greater will receive counseling.

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NJ Medical Marijuana Clinic Opens

New Jersey has finally opened its first medical marijuana clinic in Montclair.  The Greenleaf Compassion Center (great name) opened its doors to the first twenty patients on December 6, 2012. The legal wrangling between the federal and state laws around

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Woman Files False Rape Claim Because She “Didn’t Enjoy It”

This is why all defendants are innocent until proven guilty: Police said Lynette Lee admitted to a Clarksville detective last week the rape claim she had made earlier in the month was false. She said she had only made the

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