What to expect when Breonna Taylor, the Divorce Attorney Who Divorce Lawyers Say Made Her Millions, Is Back

When Breonna Taylor was arrested for marijuana possession in 2013, she was facing a felony charge that could have sent her to prison for up to 30 years.That charge would have meant that she could have lost her job and her savings.Instead, Taylor won her case and a three-year sentence.Taylor’s case is currently being heard

Probate lawyer sentenced to prison for drug possession

A Texas probate attorney was sentenced to three years in prison Wednesday for using a personal digital assistant to distribute and distribute cocaine and heroin, according to the Texas Attorney General’s Office.Robert L. Smith, 58, pleaded guilty to charges of distribution of a controlled substance, distribution of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of