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1. Stengel Advises New Lawyers to ‘Find Your Passion’ -

Michael Stengel visited Memphis from his home in Buffalo, N.Y., for the first time at just the right time.

2. Mays Hears of Cell Phones and Drug Delivery Planned Behind Bars At Mason -

Two leaders of the Craig Petties drug organization were caught with cell phones while they were prisoners at the federal prison in Mason, Tennessee last year and a third was suspected of trying to have a kilogram of cocaine delivered to him in prison.

3. Defendant in Petties Case Pleads Guilty -

The biggest drug case ever brought in Memphis federal court is down to three defendants who have a tentative trial date in January on racketeering and murder-for-hire charges.

Demetrious Fields pleaded guilty last week to three of the counts he faced for his role in the multi-state drug organization headed by Craig Petties from 1995 to 2008.

4. Feds Seek Anonymous Jury in Drug Case -

Federal prosecutors want an “anonymous jury” for the trial next year of four men accused of being contract killers for the largest drug ring ever tried in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Tennessee in Memphis.

5. Motions Offer New Details in Petties Drug Case -

Three of the four remaining defendants in the largest and most violent drug case ever brought in Memphis federal court want more information about the cases against them and a separate trial for two of them.

6. Downtown Anticipates Residential Uptick -

For Downtowner Josh Thomas, it’s about the simple things.

Like how, at the end of a long day at the office, he can unwind with a cigar and watch the sun set over the Mississippi River from the roof of his condo building.

7. New Law Office Established Downtown -

Four heavy-hitters in Memphis’ legal community are planning to leave their respective practices to set up a new office in Downtown’s Lincoln American Tower.

The lawyers – T. Clifton Harviel, Barry McWhirter, Arthur Quinn and Michael Stengel – will not operate as a law partnership but will share office space and support staff that includes a paralegal, secretary/administrative assistant and a receptionist.

8. New Law Office Planned for Lincoln American Tower -

Four heavy-hitters in Memphis’ legal community are planning to leave their respective practices to set up a new office in Downtown’s Lincoln American Tower.

The lawyers – T. Clifton Harviel, Barry McWhirter, Arthur Quinn and Michael Stengel – will not operate as a law partnership but will share office space and support staff that includes a paralegal, secretary/administrative assistant and a receptionist.

9. Catron Case Sparked Waltz Investigation, DiScenza Says -

Darrell Catron is a railroad conductor these days. He works outside a lot and told a federal judge this week that he doesn't miss working in an office "like I used to do."

It was a change he was forced to make nearly five years ago when he pleaded guilty to a federal corruption charge. The case involved bogus consulting contracts with the Juvenile Court Clerk's office worth approximately $50,000. It was also what Assistant U.S. Attorney Tim DiScenza described at Catron's sentencing hearing as the "genesis" of the Tennessee Waltz corruption sting.

10. Archived Article: Mba P2 - Bar announces election nominees

Bar announces election nominees

David Wade, Memphis Bar Association president, has released the report of the nominations and elections committee.

The 2003 president is Irma W. Merrill. The vice president is ...