Chicago PD season 8, episode 15 synopsis and promo: The Right Thing

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Chicago PD is going to give fans a Samantha Miller-centric episode, per the information that NBC has disseminated about what’s happening on Wednesday.

The penultimate hour of season 8 is called “The Right Thing,” and involves Intelligence trying to break down a crime ring. The case has a personal connection to Miller (recurring guest star Nicole Ari Parker), which is revealed in the promo included at the bottom of this article (we won’t mention what for those who don’t want to be spoiled).

But making the Deputy Superintendent part of the case of the week means that viewers should get

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Modern Family Law: Who Gets the Frozen Pre-Embryos?

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With the increasing use of cryogenic preservation in fertility treatments (and thousands of Maryland divorces every year), it was only a matter of time before Maryland’s appellate courts would need to create a framework for resolving custody disputes over frozen pre-embryos. That time arrived last month when the Court of Special Appeals handed down its reported decision in Jocelyn P. v. Joshua P., No. 2125, September Term, 2019. It is the first Maryland appellate decision to “examine how to determine the rights of parties, upon dissolution of their marriage or partnership, in a pre-embryo that they jointly created and

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Judge rejects dismissal request in Falls shooting case | Local News

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A Niagara County Court judge has rejected a request to throw out the charges against a Falls man in connection with an April 2014 daylight shootout on Highland Avenue.

Judge Matthew J.Murphy III instead set a September trial date for Joachim Sylvester on attempted murder, assault and weapons possession counts.

Sylvester, 45, of the Falls, is free on $5,000 bail, after the Appellate Division Fourth Department of New York State Supreme Court ruled that Murphy had erred in allowing some evidence into his 2015 attempted murder trial. A five-judge panel of the Fourth Department court unanimously reversed Sylvester’s conviction by

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“Ghost guns” a growing problem in Ventura County, law enforcement say

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The phrase “ghost guns” may bring to mind phantom Wild West shoot-outs or supernatural weapons, but the true meaning tells a far different story.

The term refers to firearms that are constructed at home without a federal serial number, making them unregistered and untraceable for regulators.

In recent months, Ventura County law enforcement officials have noted a rise in the number of these types of firearms, although statistical data was not readily available.

“Anecdotally, looking at some of the cases that I see, particularly the units I oversee, we’ve definitely seen an increase on the street,” said Cmdr. Tim Kelley,

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Managed care problem? Find out if the law’s on your side

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There’s always something else. That is the way it can feel for physician practices that battle daily to navigate the maze of health insurer requirements on behalf of their patients.

“Physicians and practice managers often struggle with the myriad health insurer contract terms, policies and rules that they have to meet to get their patients the care they need,” according to Marilyn J. Heine, MD. She is chair of the AMA Council on Legislation and a hematology-oncology and emergency physician in suburban Philadelphia.

Health insurers also often set the standards for schedules of treatment, continuity of care, payments and prior

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