Famed social scientist James Q. Wilson died just shy of a year ago. One of his greatest contributions to the world he left behind is the “broken windows” theory of law enforcement: the idea that communities should concentrate on the small breakdowns in civil order and correct them before they escalate into worse problems.
“At Bob Evans, we treat strangers like friends and friends like family.”
Last year, the Rand Institute for Civil Justice released a report examining the relationship between asbestos courts and asbestos trusts.
One might think it will be a sad day when the citizens of Putnam County lose the services of a man described as “the best family law judge in West Virginia, without any question.”