A Three-Hour Tour – But Not Gilligan’s Island

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Barbara Carroll’s quick trip to the bank turned into a nearly three-hour ordeal after a Wells Fargo branch accused the 78-year-old black woman of forgery. Questions: 1. How many forms of identification did Ms. Carroll have to show? 2. Why is Ms. Carroll suing the bank and why does she want a jury trial? 3…. Read more »

The Clock is Ticking!

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A new legal quirk could bring a surreal ending to foreclosure casess around the country; the debtors may get to keep their homes without ever having to pay another dime. Questions: 1. Why might tens of thousands of homeowners who have missed more than five years of mortgage payments get to keep their homes without… Read more »