Early this morning, the federal government executed Lisa Montgomery, 52, who was convicted in of the heinous crime of strangling a mother to death and cutting out the baby she had been carrying. The child survived and is being raised by her father. Before the execution, a judge deemed Lisa Montgomery likely mentally ill and unable to understand the punishment she would receive. Last night, the U. Supreme Court cleared the path for the government to execute her. This execution is just the latest in a string of capital punishments carried out by the federal government, after former Attorney General William Barr decided in July to reverse the moratorium on federal executions that had been in place since
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Attorney General William Barr through the years
Bill Rothschild began law practice in His first bankruptcy case was Braniff I in Although his practice is centered in Georgia, he has appeared in courts throughout the country, most often representing purchasers of bankruptcy estate assets. See his Curriculum Vitae on this website. Bill is known for imaginative, business-based solutions, thinking outside the box, and his knowledge of the law. Chapter 7 trustees and others seek his representation concerning complex bankruptcy or state law issues, including appeals in Georgia and federal courts.
Attorney General William Barr Bill Barr Georgia elections official slams Arizona audit as 'neither transparent nor, likely, legal' Judge tosses suit that sought to bar transgender athletes from competing in girls sports Groups see new openings for digging up dirt on Trump MORE expressed opposition to LGBT curriculums that do not provide opt-out provisions for those who oppose it on religious grounds. He also expressed his belief that religious schools should be allowed to turn away teachers who are in same-sex marriages in a speech on Friday at Notre Dame's law school. They often do this without any opt-out provision for religious families," Barr said. Barr also cited support for schools that do not hire teachers in an LGBT marriage, citing the example of a teacher who sued Indianapolis's Catholic Archbishop. View the discussion thread.
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