Alan Shore
Alan Shore is currently an associate for the law firm of Crane, Poole, and Schmidt. Born in 1962, he is a native resident of Massachusetts of Scottish descent. Previously married, he is currently a widower between various relationships. Contents [hideshow] 1. Case History 1.1. Commonwealth v. Lee Tyler 1.2. Commonwealth v. Bernard Ferrion 1.3. Com... Show more »
Alan Shore is currently an associate for the law firm of Crane, Poole, and Schmidt. Born in 1962, he is a native resident of Massachusetts of Scottish descent. Previously married, he is currently a widower between various relationships. Contents [hideshow] 1. Case History 1.1. Commonwealth v. Lee Tyler 1.2. Commonwealth v. Bernard Ferrion 1.3. Commonwealth v. Catherine Piper 1.4. Borns v. State of Texas 1.5. Commonwealth v. Kelly Nolan 1.6. Commonwealth v. Denny Crane 1.7. United States v. Melissa Hughes 1.8. Commonwealth v. Ande Mkeba 1.9. Commonwealth v. Edward Scanlon and Michael Scanlon Noted for his lack of compunction for use of unethical legal tactics, he is nevertheless a skilled attorney making him an asset to whatever firm he is employed by. Prior to working at Crane, Poole, and Schmidt, Shore was an associate at the Boston law firm of Young, Frutt, and Berluti. Despite bringing in greater revenue for the firm, he was terminated due to his questionable ethical practices. In response, he sued the firm and won a considerable settlemnet, triggering a dissolution of the firm. Prior to his employment at Young, Frutt, and Berluti, he was employed at two different firms: Howard and Brock, and Carruthers Abbott. He was dismissed from the latter firm for embezzlement.Invited by Denny Crane to join the legal team at Crane, Poole, and Schmidt, Shore has exhibited incredible legal finesse while maintaining his rather unethical practices, though to a lesser degree. He has often been referred to for what some may consider unwinnable cases, coming out victorious in the end. He is somewhat ethically challenged, but his moral integrity is considered by most to be untainted. In the case of Alan Shore, his moral compass supersedes his ethical one.Case History As a senior associate at Crane, Poole, and Schmidt (though, not on the partnership track), Shore has won (and lost) difficult cases either at the behest of the firm's senior partners, or of his own volition. Some of his major cases include:Commonwealth v. Lee Tyler Commonwealth v. Bernard Ferrion Commonwealth v. Catherine Piper Borns v. State of Texas Commonwealth v. Kelly Nolan Commonwealth v. Denny Crane United States v. Melissa Hughes Commonwealth v. Ande Mkeba Commonwealth v. Edward Scanlon and Michael Scanlon Show less «

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Annabelle: Creation
2017
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...

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