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The Daily Memo - 12/11/07

check.jpgA Florida woman’s credit just got a little better after winning almost $3 million in a lawsuit against Equifax. (Orlando Sentinel)

check.jpgThe Supremes ruled, in two 7-2 decisions, that the federal guidelines for sentencing crackheads are only advisory and that, in general, judges have more discretion to impose lighter sentences. (SCOTUSblog & WSJ Law Blog)

check.jpg“This legal dispute is sponsored by the letter W.” (KSALLink)

check.jpgTurns out you might just get into a bit of legal trouble if you stab a sea lion. (Mercury News)

check.jpgA British man has received a suspended sentence after slugging an 8-year-old in the face for violating his “no trick-or-treat” policy. (BBC News)

check.jpgA bunch of former generals and admirals think “don’t ask, don’t tell” should be repealed. (Stars and Stripes)