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Tiffany Lewis, crim just student special concentration, juvenile delinquency . interested in study of, juvenile criminal behavior data. For the purposes of creating theory,so i can in turn create programs with significant positive impact on juvenile delinquency. i write non fic/fiction crime novels
Thinker Since: Jan. 14, 2013
 
Advanced insurance planning specialist serving the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Estate planning. Life insurance, disability, long-term care. Twenty years of sales and management experience.
Thinker Since: Oct. 31, 2009
Stephen Silverberg is President of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He has lectured and written extensively on tax and asset protection planning. He is a both a Certified Elder Law Attorney and KCBS Certified BBQ judge. He has also been involved in law office technology since 1977
Thinker Since: May 5, 2009
 
Judge Craig Brown is the fourth blind District Court judge in the history of North Carolina. After serving almost twelve years on the District Court bench, he retired in 2008. His forthcoming book, Forks in the Road, describes his ends and beginnings, fortitude, and trials and tribulations.
Thinker Since: Apr. 10, 2009
I attended Colorado University getting a degree in psychology with a minor in sociology. My most productive college experience was a class in sociology of knowledge. I have a law degree from the University of Denver and practiced some family law. I was active on Wikipedia and founded Wikinfo.
Thinker Since: Mar. 15, 2009
 
I am an attorney, programmer, innovator in the area of document assembly and practice management, building tools to make attorneys more productive, profitable and affordable.
Thinker Since: Feb. 24, 2009

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