If you're considering applying for Social Security disability, you may be wondering - do I need a Social Security lawyer to represent me? The straight answer is no - there's no requirement that you be(...)
Mike Lee | Roosevelt's New Deal and New Bill of Rights | Draper, Utah (Part 10)
US Senate Candidate Mike Lee lectures on the Constitution to a gathering in Draper, Utah. For more information, please visit www.mikelee2010.com MikeLee is a scholar and passionate defender of the Constitution. He has spoken to thousands of people about the importance of and the need to preserve the Constitution. Everything from the Due Process Clause to the Presentment Clause was discussed around the Lee family's dinner table, almost in the same way many families talk about the weather, school, or the day's events. As a result, at a very young age Mike acquired a great love of and admiration for the Constitution and for the principles it is based on. After graduating from Law School in 1997, he served as a law clerk to Judge Dee Benson of the US District Court for the District of Utah. Following his time with Judge Benson he clerked for then-Judge Samuel A. Alito, Jr., who was serving at that time on the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit Court. From there he went into private practice, joining the Washington, DC office of Sidley & Austin, where he specialized in appellate and Supreme Court litigation. Several years later, Mike returned to Utah after being invited to serve as an Assistant US Attorney in Salt Lake City, preparing briefs and arguing cases before the US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. He served as Governor Huntsmans General Counsel from January 2005 until June 2006, when he returned to Washington to serve a one-year clerkship at the US ...
A Utah man who suffered a knee injury while working at the Montana State Prison is charged with defrauding the state workers' compensation fund by collecting disability benefits while running a construction company.