By then it was 1964 and time to find a job. Naturally, he went through USC’s law school placement service and, as it turns out, was referred to the firm representing the car dealers association; only now the partners were Henry Melby, Jack Crickard and Clency Hasbrouck. (All USC law school grads, Anderson notes)..
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As I mentioned earlier in this site, I had a BIG problem with anxiety during my latter years in college and my initial years in the corporate world. Overwhelmed by bills, deadlines, a failing relationship, and New York City, I began losing control. My heart would race, my mind would race, and on a few occasions I thought I was having a heart attack.
A defense attorney says a white former South Carolina law officer should be sentenced on the low end of guidelines being considered by a federal judge.Andy Savage said Thursday he felt it would be appropriate for Michael Slager to receive about 19 years in prison for shooting a black motorist to death in 2015. District Judge David Norton said earlier that the shooting was second degree murder and he would use a sentencing guideline range of about 19 to 24 years when he decides Slager’s fate.Slager pleaded guilty in May to violating Walter Scott’s civil rights when he shot the unarmed, fleeing motorist five times in the back following a traffic stop.The mother of a slain black motorist says she forgives the white former South Carolina police officer who killed her son.Judy Scott on Thursday turned toward Michael Slager and said her faith in God gives her the ability to forgive him for killing her son, Walter Scott.She also told Slager she hoped he would repent for the killing and allow Jesus to come into his heart.Through tears, the mother spoke as part of a hearing during which a judge will decide how much time Slager spends in prison for the April 2015 killing following a traffic stop. District Judge David Norton ruled that the killing was second degree murder and said he’d work from guidelines that recommend Slager spends 19 to 24 years in prison.A federal judge has ruled that a former South Carolina officer committed second degree murder when he shot an unarmed black motorist to death.