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Welfare Fraud Conviction is Workplace ‘Misconduct’ (access required)

Although a Wal-Mart merchandising supervisor had never been disciplined on the job and self-reported her guilty plea to felony charges of welfare fraud, her criminal conduct outside work constituted workplace misconduct that bars her from receiving unemployment compensation, the Court ...

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No Felony Without ‘Serious’ Mental Injury (access required)

Although a 17-year-old girl who was forcibly molested by the two defendants was understandably “agitated” and “upset,” even two years later when she testified at their trial, the commonwealth failed to establish the girl suffered a particularly “grave” mental injury, ...

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