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Judge Can't Moonlight As A Comedian, Court Says

The New Jersey Supreme Court told Vincent Sicari the two careers are "incompatible."

New Jersey municipal judge Vincent Sicari worked two jobs -- as a judge, and a comedian. But he's been told the moonlighting is "incompatible." Read More »

The Jobs With The Most Psychopaths

The Jobs With The Most Psychopaths

Have you ever experienced the feeling at work that everyone around you is unstable? That you're the only level-headed worker in a workplace populated by colleagues whose fits and outbursts are unpredictable, or even psychopathic? Read More »

Ask A Lawyer: How Can I Get Paid For Overtime?

Ask A Lawyer: How Can I Get Paid For Overtime?

How can you get paid for all the hours you worked? Whether it's getting paid vacation days or lunch breaks, lots of AOL Jobs readers have concerns about this issue, so I'm going to answer three readers' questions in this column. Please note: I'm giving general answers based on federal law. Your state may have... Read More »

Kansas Lawyer Jeremiah Johnson Accused Of Secretly Recording Workers' Underwear

Kansas Lawyer Jeremiah Johnson Accused Of Secretly Recording Workers' Underwear

You would think a lawyer would know it's illegal to use a cell phone camera to secretly record his female coworkers from underneath their skirts. But that's what 32-year old Jeremiah Johnson, a personal injury lawyer based out of Johnson City, Kan., stands of accused of in Johnson County District... Read More »

Lawyer Turns To Stripping To Pay Bills

Lawyer Turns To Stripping To Pay Bills

Not all stories about lawyers are jokes anymore. The tried and true reflex of telling quips at the expense of legal set in the face of the seemingly endless profits has been complicated by the reshaping of the field during the Great Recession. With pervasive law school debt and a shrinking legal work force,... Read More »

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