PM-Me-Your-BeesKnees101 karma2019-07-17 16:20:42 UTC
Yes, the justice department is the U.S. federal government's division of lawyers. Some prosecute cases, some defend the government's laws in court...that sort of thing.
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PM-Me-Your-BeesKnees87 karma2017-06-26 21:18:07 UTC
"I took some time off to look after someone in my family with a medical issue, which thankfully has resolved."
PM-Me-Your-BeesKnees29 karma2016-02-16 19:22:45 UTC
Isn't it closer to "life-saving emergency intevention" than "treatment"? In other words, I believe that hospitals have an obligation under the law to help you in an acute situation, but not to provide much needed ongoing treatment for a disease or chronic condition, but I am open to being corrected on the law.
PM-Me-Your-BeesKnees27 karma2019-01-14 19:12:55 UTC
Best I can do is $10.
PM-Me-Your-BeesKnees12 karma2016-05-05 19:57:27 UTC
It just occurred to me how amazing it is the amount of data we have in sports compared to MUCH more important performance statistics like medicine and law. I would love to be able to run sabermetrics when choosing an attorney instead of my 7th round pick in my fantasy baseball league.
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