Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. | April 27, 2010
Don’t get me wrong, I love my cell phone. I’m a die-hard Blackberry fan. I can’t live without the thing. Okay, now you know. Whew, confession really is good for the soul.
I happened to be listening to an NPR broadcast the other day and the topic dealt with ‘future’ [...]
Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. | April 21, 2010
“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” — Benjamin Franklin
I find it interesting that people are diligent about obtaining life insurance policies to assist their loved ones financially after they die but so many put off preparing a Last Will and Testament. I’ve actually heard [...]
Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. | April 13, 2010
Lawyers receive calls every day from people who are in need of legal advice and legal services. That is, after all, what we are trained to do. There are always people who can’t afford the services of an attorney and those people will ask us to provide our services free of charge (known [...]
Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. | April 9, 2010
On October 21, 2009, I posted about Eric Williams, a guy who happened to wake up at 5:30, make a cup of coffee, and drink it in his living room … in the nude. A mother and her child picked that day to cut through his yard, spy his nakedness, and call the police [...]
Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. | April 7, 2010
With all the chatter going on around Mattel’s decision to change the rules of Scrabble to allow points for proper nouns and celebrity names in its special British edition, I couldn’t resist adding my two cents. (Hasbro owns the game in North American and has no plans to corrupt the version we all [...]
Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. | April 2, 2010
Ok, I have to admit that texting and driving seems ridiculously stupid. Not to mention unsafe. I don’t text and drive. I have to wear eyeglasses while driving (for distance) and I’ve reached that magic age where I now have to wear reading glasses if I hope to decipher what appear to [...]
Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. | April 1, 2010
Steven Hayes, accused of the brutal murders of Jennifer Hawkes-Petit and her daughters in 2007, told the judge he wants to change his plea to guilty. His lawyer will oppose the plea.
Ronald Taylor and George Gould, imprisoned for a murder a judge says they did not commit, were released this afternoon after 16 years.