Monthly Archives: December 2021

2021 ended many court cases in Central Florida

When the pandemic first struck, courthouses closed, jury trials were suspended and cases were closed. Some said justice had been delayed. But in 2021, justice returned to action. Few people know the grief of waiting better than those close to Nicole Montalvo. “There are so many fond memories of Nicole. …

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Queen’s New Year Honors: MBE from Blackburn Community Group Volunteer

A VOLUNTEER who has helped countless people for nearly a decade has been recognized as part of the Queen’s New Year honors. Hannah Goldthorpe, from Blackburn, is leading a small group of volunteers called the Friends of Infirmary Area who provide a wide range of services to the community, from …

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Iowa State Supreme Court upholds Latrice Lacey’s conviction for harassment | Local news

The misdemeanor harassment conviction of Davenport Civil Rights Director Latrice Lacey in 2019 has been upheld by the Iowa State Supreme Court. The court released its 34-page opinion on Thursday. The decision to uphold the conviction closes another chapter in a three-year-and-eight-month case that began with four misdemeanor charges and …

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Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Daniel Gaul Charged with Conduct Violations in 5 Cases

CLEVELAND, Ohio – A 30-page complaint filed Monday with the Ohio Supreme Court alleges longtime Cuyahoga Common Pleas County judge Daniel Gaul of misconduct in five cases that spanned six years. The 2014-2020 misconduct allegations include compulsion to plead, inappropriate questioning, biased advocacy and inappropriate communication with an incarcerated defendant, …

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Jurors in Michelle Lodzinski murder trial furious with court ruling: “How dare they overturn our verdict”

Three days after sending Michelle Lodzinski to jail in 2016 for killing her 5-year-old son, a panel of jurors in the high-profile case quietly gathered at the Raritan Center in Edison to pay their respects to the little boy. Away from the courtroom where they had spent the past few …

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Pamplin Media Group – REVIEW 2021: a police shooting sparked a riot in Tigard

Jacob Macduff was shot while apparently suffering from a nervous breakdown. Investigators say he had a knife. While January 6, 2021 is a date that will be remembered For years in the United States, far from the halls of the Capitol, a local tragedy unfolded in a parking lot at …

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tata actions: up to 2,400% jump! One in three Tata group shares doubled in 2021

NEW DELHI: One in three Tata group shares returned over 100% in 2021, with the market capitalization of the group’s 28 listed stocks increasing by 46% for the year, double the 23% return of Nifty50 during the period. With the exception of Rallis India, all of the group’s stocks have …

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US air group seeks to delay 5G wireless deployment near airports By Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A Verizon contract team installs 5G telecommunications equipment on a tower in Orem, Utah, U.S. December 3, 2019. Photo taken December 3, 2019. REUTERS / George Frey / File Photo By David Shepardson (Reuters) – A U.S. trade group representing major passenger and freight airlines on …

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Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) calls on Supreme Court to overturn conviction of pain doctor

TUCSON, Arizona., December 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS), in collaboration with Jeffrey singer, MD, filed an amicus brief asking the United States Supreme Court to overturn Dr. Xiulu Ruan, who is currently serving a 21-year sentence in federal prison for prescribing …

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Kentucky man arrested after online group created fake Instagram account to catch predators | News

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A Kentucky man was arrested after police said an online group called “Predator Poachers” lured him to meet someone he thought was an 11 year old girl. On December 18, the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office was told by members of the group online that they were …

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Judge: Idaho sheriff accused of threatening group of youths will retain post during proceedings

Bingham County Sheriff Craig Rowland was ordered to turn over all firearms in an initial court appearance on Wednesday. Rowland faces two counts of aggravated bodily harm and one misdemeanor for displaying or using a lethal weapon. (Bingham County Sheriff’s Department) Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes BLACKFOOT, Idaho – Bingham …

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Bowdoinham man in court in fatal hit-and-run against pedestrian in Sabattus

December 30 – LEWISTON – A Bowdoinham man charged with the hit and run murder of a pedestrian in Sabattus was in court on Wednesday to hear charges arising from the September incident. David Veinott, 38, appeared in 8th District Court before Judge Tammy Ham-Thompson, who told Veinott he was …

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After 4 murders, “the officer of the year” is still in office

Private Splain, who is on duty until the ongoing investigation is completed, has not returned calls or responded to a letter seeking comment. Other soldiers involved in the shootings or who conducted the investigations declined to comment or did not respond to the messages. David Kennedy, the president of the …

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Maharashtra’s Shreya Verma wins Miss Nation 2021 hosted by city group

Born and raised in Mumbai, Shreya Verma, a 21-year-old future actress, entrepreneur and model, was announced the winner of Miss Nation 2021 on November 11. Shreya is keen to work for education in India and use the power of her voice on this platform to inspire everyone around her. The …

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court postpones Reagor’s sentence to March | KAMR

AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR / KCIT) – After the court granted the defense team’s recent motion for an extension of the filing of objections for a pre-sentence report, court officials postponed the determination hearing of Bart Reagor’s sentence at 10 a.m. on March 10 in the Federal Court of Amarillo. According …

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Sponsors of Penguins Ownership Group Continue Franchise Sale to FSG – WPXI

PITTSBURGH – Wildfire Productions, a limited partnership that is one of the minority owners of the Pittsburgh Penguins, has filed a complaint about the sale of the franchise to Fenway Sports Group. The lawsuit says Wildfire, which is part of the Lemieux Group, has invested $ 5 million in the …

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Centra doctor convicted of workplace sexual assault could face $ 3 million lawsuit

LYNCHBURG, Virginia. – Controversy mounts in a local hospital. A patient sues Centra Health and one of its doctors for assault and neglect during an appointment. According to Centra, Dr. Spencer Latham is a physiotherapist at the hospital. A judge found him guilty of sexual violence in May. He has …

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Hit-and-run suspect breaks into group of children on sidewalk, killing 2 girls – Crime Online

A Florida judge on Wednesday denied bail for a man who allegedly led a group of children on Monday, killing two and injuring four. According to WPLG, Sean Greer, 27, has been identified as the driver of the 2009 Honda Accord who punched and killed Kylie Jones, 5, and Andrea …

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Court says man faces charges of threatening Mitch McConnell

It might be tempting to send angry emails to politicians you despise. But a federal court ruling in California this month should warn of the potential consequences. Howard Weiss, a Bay Area resident, was indicted in 2020 for allegedly using anonymous emails to threaten and harass Sen. Mitch McConnell, the …

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Hendrick Health will hold a job fair on January 6 | KTAB

Pregnant man, pregnant person emoji coming to Apple… 10 hours ago The Visit Dothan Board of Directors Explains Why “Iowa… 1 day ago Soldier fired for vaccine warrant celebrates… 3 months ago Cremated remains sent to wrong address 2 days ago A new poll in Texas shows the GOP is …

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Pamplin Media Group – District employee files legal action against four board members, the district itself

Lawyers for an education assistant say a board policy banning political signs is unconstitutional. The Newberg school district and the four Tory members of its board of trustees are the subject of another lawsuit over the body’s decision last summer to ban political posters in schools. This lawsuit, however, comes …

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AG calls for death penalty for Orangeburg hitman; court asked to restore the sentence | Crime and courts

The South Carolina Attorney General’s Office is asking the United States Supreme Court to return hitman Sammie Louis Stokes to death row. The attorney general’s office filed a petition with the court on December 21, asking it to restore Stokes’ death sentence. The U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals overturned …

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Transgender group evicted from Marriott-affiliated hotel

A photo of the interior of a SpringHill Suites by Marriott. – Photo: Facebook. A transgender advocacy group has been kicked out of a hotel in Montgomery, Alabama, after a drunk guest harassed several members of the group while attending a conference at the hotel. The Knights & Orchids Society, …

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Is it a surprise the court overturns Michelle Lodzinski’s conviction – breaking news, sports, weather, traffic and the best of NY

Weather in New York: 12/28 CBS2 Afternoon Weather NewsCBS2’s John Elliott takes a look at the forecast. 2 hours ago FDNY promotion ceremony heldThere were a total of 79 promotions for Deputy Chiefs, Captains and Lieutenants. 2 hours ago ‘Ain’t Too Proud’ to close on Broadway in January“Ain’t Too Proud: …

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ARTSforALL partners with RTG Consulting Group to launch platform to make art inclusive

Shenzhen, china, December 28, 2021 / PRNewswire / – RTG Consulting Group (RTG), a Asialuxury brand consultancy, has partnered with Shenzhen based at ARTSforALL to launch the first ARTSforALL space, a multi-purpose venue concept at the Shenzhen Museum of Contemporary Art and Urbanism (MoCAUP). The adaptive space was imagined as …

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Court upholds murder conviction of Abington man Edward Aduayi

Aduayi stabbed Karneetha Sanders, then dismembered her body He appealed against his conviction on three grounds The State High Court upheld the first degree murder conviction of an Abington man who stabbed his girlfriend 83 times, then partially dismembered her body and put it in a trash can at his …

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Taylor Swift asks court to overturn decision, toss ‘Shake It Off’ costume

Taylor Swift wants a federal judge to drop his recent ruling allowing a copyright infringement lawsuit on his hit song “Shake It Off.” The singer argues in a new court case that the judge failed to address what’s known as the “extrinsic test” when he ruled on December 9 that …

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Content moderator TikTok sues, says she suffers from PTSD because of her job

A TikTok content moderator is suing the company, alleging it did not provide a safe workplace. Frazier’s attorney said TikTok won’t let her work and it’s not clear whether she will be paid. Facebook paid $ 52 million in a class action settlement to moderators diagnosed with PTSD. Loading Something …

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EXPLANATION: Are there more accused testifying at trial?

By MICHAEL TARM AP Legal Affairs Writer CHICAGO (AP) – Defendants have spoken directly to jurors in a series of recent high-profile trials, challenging conventional wisdom that the risks of speaking out generally outweigh the benefits. Among those who chose to testify was Kim Potter, convicted Thursday of manslaughter for …

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CEOs worried about job security in 2022

Powerful CEOs care about their job security as much as the rest of us – in fact, maybe even more. The big picture: 72% of CEOs fear losing their jobs due to the disruption facing their industry, according to a new report released today by the global consulting firm. Alix …

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Homicide cases fulfill the role of the court; two murder suspects found not guilty – Canon City Daily Record

Editor’s note: The number of homicide cases that have been processed by the district court this year is story # 5 of 2021. Although there was only one homicide in Fremont County in 2021, the court system was still heavily loaded with cases from 2018, 2019 and 2020 – while …

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Take a look back at some of the best court stories of 2021 | criminality

The pandemic continued to strain the local justice system this year. But through a mix of virtual and in-person proceedings, cases continued to go to court and a few trials began. Here’s a look back at some of the biggest stories that unfolded in Berkshire County courtrooms in 2021. A …

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Couple charged with drug offenses waive pre-trial court hearings

A man and woman arrested earlier this month after a sheriff’s detective witnessed an apparent illegal drug deal, recently had their cases referred to Guernsey County Common Plea Court after dropping out at the preliminary hearings. Maggie B. Adams, 38, Parkersburg, West Virginia, and Deon Christian, 24, Akron, waived their …

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Manitoba Postpones Jury Trials, Court Hearings Go Virtual As Omicron Infections Rise

Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench Cuts In-Person Hearings Amid “Increased Dangers Surrounding New Omicron Variant, In Particular Its Worrisome Portability”, Says Notice From Chief Justice Of The Province The court must strike a new balance between protecting against the virus and providing forensic services, Chief Justice Glenn Joyal said in …

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Hong Kong’s highest court orders retrial of man sentenced to 26 years in prison over translation issue during trial

The highest court in Hong Kong has ordered a new trial for a taxi driver sentenced to 26 years in prison for drug trafficking because no record of the simultaneous interpretation into Chinese was kept during the initial proceedings of the trial, in violation of the principle of open justice. …

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Appeals court upholds murder convictions in 2018 California shooting

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) – A man who shot dead his cousin’s boyfriend and 12-year-old girl in California City will continue to serve a life sentence after an appeals court upheld his convictions for murder. The 5th District Court of Appeals on Wednesday found no error in the trial court’s decision …

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COURT JOURNAL: December 23, 2021 | News

District courtThe following trial without a jury took place on Thursday, December 16, chaired by Justice Allen Swan: Nico Luisi, 27, 96 Upland Road, Winthrop; driving a motor vehicle with a suspended license, dismissed on court costs of $ 100; speeding in violation of special regulations, responsible, valuation of $ …

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Metro Atlanta saw strong job growth in November, pushing the unemployment rate to a new record high

By contrast, this boom is not being fueled by investment, but by consumer spending, and — barring a pullback due to the virus — the outlook is good, Butler said. “There is still a lot to do. I’m like a broken record, but we have a lot of jobs to …

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Jin Jiang International and Louvre Hotels Group honored at the 21st Hospitality Awards ceremony

The 21st Hospitality Awards ceremony was held on November 30 in Paris, organized by Hospitality On media, under the high patronage of the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron and in the presence of Jean Baptiste Lemoyne, Secretary of Tourism, as well as former footballers. star Christian Karembeu, President of …

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Man accused of exposing himself to a group of children at the Warren Co. library

FRANKLIN, Ohio (WXIX) – A 49-year-old man is accused of inappropriately exposing himself and touching himself in front of five children at the Franklin Public Library. Joseph Jordan is a registered sex offender in Florida, Kentucky and Ohio, according to police. In mid-November, footage from a security camera appeared to …

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Court rejects Perry’s bail request

December 22 – ANDERSON – A bail application from Tywaine Perry, accused of murder, has been dismissed. Madison Circuit Court Division 6 Judge Mark Dudley on Tuesday dismissed Perry’s request for bail after his trial ended last month before a deadlocked jury. Perry, 22, is charged on December 8, 2016 …

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Home sales rose in November amid boiling labor market amid fears of rate hikes

Sales of previously owned homes in November were up 1.9% from October to 6.46 million units, according to the seasonally adjusted tally from the National Association of Realtors. Sales were down 2.0% from November 2020. These sales reflect house closings, hence contracts that were probably signed in September and October. …

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Jefferson NJ Police Officer Admits Assaulted, Threatened, Loses Job

Despite previous offers to keep his job as a Jefferson Police OfficerDavid Wroblewski lost his post on Tuesday after admitting to punching a woman in the face and threatening her in two incidents in 2015 and 2016. Instead of attending the trial, which was scheduled for October this year, David …

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Maneuvering around Joe Manchin is a full time job

Jill laurent/ USA today: Biden Can Save His Build Back Better Program By Just Listening To Manchin I understand why Democrats are trying to undo all the damage in a giant bill. But it is time for them to listen to Manchin: Do less but longer and better. If you …

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court upholds former sheriff Buncich’s corruption conviction | Crime and courts

Jurgensen used the FBI’s “buy” money and his contacts within the County Police Department to get on Buncich’s tow list. Jurgensen and William Szarmach, owner of a Lake Station towing company that towed for the sheriff’s office, testified at Buncich’s trial that they both paid the sheriff to continue receiving …

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Kentucky AG Research Mandate Group makes recommendations

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron addresses the media following the return of a grand jury inquiry into the death of Breonna Taylor, in Frankfort, Ky. On Wednesday, September 23, 2020. Two grand jurors have Told CBS “This Morning” in an interview Wednesday, Oct. 28, that many members of the grand …

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Chicago Amazon Fulfillment Center Workers Quit Their Jobs

(NewsNation Now) – Three days before Christmas, Amazon employees at two of the company’s Chicago-area fulfillment centers walked off the job Wednesday. Dozens of employees walked off the job in protest, demanding more money and better working conditions from the e-commerce giant. The situation couldn’t come at a worse time …

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Pamplin Media Group – The municipal commissioner is suing the city? Here is a primer

Jo Ann Hardesty is asking the police for millions, $ 1 from the city, after the publication and publicity of a false statement. As expected, attorneys representing Portland City Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty have filed a federal complaint about an incident in which one or more City of Portland employees …

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Missouri high court dismisses shopping mall shooting murder conviction

INDEPENDENCE, Mr. The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday overturned the conviction for murdering a man in a fatal 2018 shooting outside a suburban Kansas City mall because during his trial he was not authorized to claim that he had acted in self-defense. The High Court ruled that the trial judge …

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Utah billionaire quits Mormon church, donates $ 600,000 to LGBTQ group

Jeff Green, a billionaire considered the richest person in Utah, has resigned from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, writing in a letter to the president of the church that he believes the institution has “hindered the global advancement of women’s rights, civil rights and racial equality, and …

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Court Findings: December 22, 2021 – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

Adams County Court Cases – Final Results Week of December 10 to 16: Travon Lyles charged with child abuse. Case related to a grand jury. Week of Nov 26-Dec 2: Hunter Bailey charged with receiving stolen property. Case related to a grand jury. Robert Galmore charged with two counts of …

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TRANSMEDIA GROUP PRESENTS A NEW BOOK “GHISLAINE, SENSATIONAL AND IMPURE” BY AUTHOR WILLIAM STEEL

BOCA RATON, Florida, December 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – TransMedia Group to promote a new book on real crime entitled “Ghislaine, sensational et impur” by William of Steel, the acclaimed author of “Sex and the Serial Killer, My Bizarre Times with Robert durst. “ Just as the jury began …

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Berry Global Group (NYSE: BERY) has somewhat strained balance sheet

Howard Marks put it well when he said that, rather than worrying about stock price volatility, “the possibility of permanent loss is the risk I worry about … and every investor practice that I know is worried. It’s only natural to consider a company’s balance sheet when considering how risky …

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Indiana couple plead guilty in federal court for attempted theft of Jonesboro pharmacy

Two Indiana men face maximum sentences of 20 to 40 years in federal prison after pleading guilty Monday in plea hearings following charges related to the attempted robbery of a Jonesboro pharmacy and the theft later the same day from an Illinois grocery store. Tavon Lockridge, 22, and Raymond Craig, …

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Online job application used as a front to steal Florida woman’s identity

Two words capture the moment Melisa Johnson realized her name was being used to apply for unemployment benefits in another state: “I freaked out.” The former assistant operations manager said she traveled and worked remotely from her home in Florida until April 2020, when she was made redundant because the …

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Tipping tweet fallout costs Oregon agency chief his job

The executive director of the League of Oregon Cities resigned on Monday after he admitted making “insensitive and disrespectful” remarks to a mayor who reprimanded him over one of his tweets. Mike Cully’s resignation was accepted Monday evening by the organization’s Board of Directors, which provides lobbying, policy, and other …

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New York City Council approves bill to require inclusion of pay scales in job postings

United States: New York City Council approves bill to require inclusion of pay scales in job postings December 21, 2021 Proskauer Rose LLP To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. New York City Council has approved a bill which would require New York employers with four or …

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Kentucky AG search warrant group issues recommendations

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – A Kentucky Search Warrants Task Force established in the wake of Breonna Taylor’s fatal police shooting recommends additional officer training, an electronic database, and postcode tracking where the search warrants are executed. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron promised the task force would be created last year, after …

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Pamplin Media Group – Steven Teets sacked from Forest Grove Police Department

The Black Lives Matter incident which led to criminal charges was first reported by the Pamplin Media Group in April. Officer Steven Teets was fired by the Forest Grove Police Department following an internal investigation by the city. Teets is currently facing charges in Washington County Circuit Court. According to …

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Report details ‘failure’ in treatment of first Smollett case

By SARA BURNETT Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) – Prosecutors’ handling of original case against former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett represented “major failure of operations” by Cook County State Attorney’s Office , according to the special prosecutor appointed to examine it. In a 68-page report released on Monday, Special Prosecutor Dan …

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Former Norwalk Schools employee misled into taking District job

NORWALK – The former school district director of studies is suing the board of education and the superintendent, claiming that she was misled into accepting the position only to be restructured months later. Donalda Chumney accepted the three-year job with Norwalk Public Schools on December 1, 2020 and learned shortly …

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The morning after – athletics

At the risk of being a record broken, let me take you down an important road that is needed past the end of Week 15 of the NFL Sunday roster. For many years, I also covered the National Hockey League. In fact, there’s a good chance I’ve covered the NHL …

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Wattpark, Geoflex and Vianova win the “Mobility 4.0 Challenge” from Software République

Atos, Dassault Systèmes, Orange, Groupe Renault, STMicroelectronics and Thales, members of Software République, finalized their first open innovation challenge on December 16. Out of 150 applications and 10 finalists, the 3 winning start-ups of the competition are: Wattpark, Geoflex and Vianova The 3 winners are invited to join the Software …

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JOB ALERT: Cash Store in Longview Needs Assistant Store Manager | KETK.com

CheckoutLongview, TexasAssistant store manager (full time) MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES: -Provide exceptional customer service with every existing and potential customer-Train customers on all product offers-Process loan requests and grant loans-Secure and maintain client files-Make collection calls on overdue loans-Open and close the store PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: -Retail experience (e.g. store manager, assistant store …

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NH Supreme Court dismisses Daswan Jett’s appeal

DR. FAUCI: WHAT THE GOVERNMENT HAS NOW MADE AN INVESTMENT, LITERALLY DOLLAR BILLNSIO, TO GET ANYWHERE FROM 200 MILLION TO 500 MILLION TESTS AVAILABLE THROUGH MOH.NT IKE: IKE EJIOCHI, ABC NH Supreme Court dismisses Daswan Jett’s appeal Updated: December 20, 2021 at 8:09 am EST The New Hampshire Supreme Court …

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US prosecutors accuse aerospace executives of conspiring to cover up jobs

US Prosecutors Accuse Aerospace Executives Of Plot To Cover Job Offers | Aviation Week Network https://aviationweek.com/themes/custom/particle/dist/app-drupal/assets/awn-logo.svg Skip to main content Credit: gorodenkoff / Getty Images WASHINGTON — The US Department of Justice (DOJ) unveiled an ongoing antitrust investigation into the division of labor in the aerospace engineering market, revealing indictments …

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Minnesota Fox Rescue Group Gets National Attention After Viral Video – WCCO

Originally posted Dec 18, 2021 MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A Minnesota fox rescue group gained national attention on Saturday night after one of their videos went viral. READ MORE: “It’s gonna be tough”: Minnesota family mourns the loss of their husband The SaveAFox group says their phone is ringing off the …

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Hanson files his release from “illegal” detention in federal court – Albert Lea Tribune

The owner of the Interchange Wine & Coffee Bistro, jailed earlier this month after a jury found her guilty of violating state emergency decrees related to COVID-19, filed a petition last week in US District Court in St. Paul to be released from custody. Lisa Hanson has applied to the …

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Canadian pleads guilty in US court for funding ISIS activities

By Tom Yun, Editor, CTVNews.ca Click here for updates on this story VANCOUVER, British Columbia (CTV Network) – A Canadian citizen pleaded guilty in U.S. federal court Friday to funding ISIS militants in Syria. In a press release, the US Department of Justice said former Edmonton resident Abdullahi Ahmed Abdullahi …

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Pamplin Media Group – A Tale of Two City Murals

One lines up at the airport and took a committee to complete, the other took a village, but both are temporary. Two murals recently debuted in Portland. One, at Portland International Airport, was the work of years of planning and followed all the rules in the book to keep travelers …

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Court: New trial for man accused of threatening prosecutor

RALEIGH, NC (AP) – The state Supreme Court agreed on Friday that it was appropriate to overturn the conviction of a man who sharply criticized a local prosecutor in western North Carolina, citing the First Amendment protections. Still, judges have ordered a new trial for David Warren Taylor, saying a …

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Clinton County Court of Common Pleas calendar December 20-20. 26 | News, Sports, Jobs

LOCK HAVEN – The following schedule for Dec. 20-Dec. 26 is provided by the Clinton County Court of Common Pleas and is subject to change based on the needs of the justice system. Hearings on family relationships are also restricted and are not listed. Abbreviations – CR stands for criminal …

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Youth Court Offers ‘Learning Experience for All’ | News, Sports, Jobs

Times Observer photo by Brian Ferry Jury members in Warren County Youth Court proceedings on Monday were students from Warren County Career Center Protective Services (front, from left) Mary Muzzy, Allison Cressley, Kenzie Dunn, Haylee Irvin, Zeke Nudd, Jared Spencer, and Wyatt Lindsey, (back) Robert Crane, Tegan Yucha and Seth …

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Freelance Police Monitor Position Offered to Madison Civil Rights Officer | Local government

A citizens’ council established last year to oversee Madison Police has offered the job of the first independent police comptroller to a city civil rights official. The board recommended that its chairman be paid an honorarium of $ 20,000. He still has to hire an independent police controller. Byron Bishop, …

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Elizabeth Holmes’ fraud case before the jury

By MICHAEL LIEDTKE AP Technology Writer SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) – The jury that will decide whether former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes turned her blood testing startup into a massive scam was finally successful Friday night after a three-month trial that took captivated Silicon Valley. The transfer came after lawyers …

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New County District Attorney Can’t Get Enough of the Work | Local news

BARRE – He didn’t think a career in law was what he wanted growing up with both parents being lawyers, but the last county attorney says he loves criminal law so much it doesn’t even sound like job. Deputy State Attorney Timothy Lueders-Dumont successfully co-chaired his first trial earlier this …

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Victim in court as man from Bunclody tries to overturn rape conviction

A woman who was raped 20 times by her sister’s partner as a schoolgirl was in court today as her attacker cried and asked for her conviction to be overturned. ohn Giltrap (61), of Termonbarry, Hospital Hill, Bunclody, had pleaded not guilty to 22 counts of rape of Caroline Kavanagh …

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The ex-cop who shot Breonna Taylor won’t get his job back

A Louisville Police Board refused to give the former detective Myles Cosgrove his job after appealing his dismissal in January 2021. Cosgrove is the ex-cop who fired the shot that killed a 26-year-old breonna taylor during a sloppy raid without blow on March 13, 2020. Cosgrove, with the former Louisville …

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FedEx reveals astonishing statistic that shows the job market is really hot

FedEx (FDX) is inundated with job applications in what continues to be a hot US job market characterized by increasing job changes. “Last week alone, we had 111,000 requests for FedEx. This is the highest in our history, ”FedEx COO Raj Subramanian said on a conference call Thursday evening. “To …

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Pamplin Media Group – Portland men indicted in St. Helens auto race

The two men are suspected of a series of break-ins and car thefts that were reported in late November. Columbia County prosecutors have laid felony charges against two Portland men as part of a series of break-ins and vehicle thefts that were reported in St. Helens on November 27-28. On …

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Man who killed Joe McKnight cannot be tried again, appeals court finds

NEW ORLEANS – The man who killed former NFL player Joe McKnight cannot be tried again for murder now that his manslaughter conviction has been overturned, an appeals court ruled Thursday Louisiana. Authorities in the New Orleans suburb of Jefferson Parish initially charged Ronald Gasser with second degree murder in …

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Inappropriate Job Application Questions Put Florida Employer at Risk of Losing Workplace Disability Claim | Fisher phillips

A Florida federal court has just denied an employer’s efforts to dismiss a disability discrimination complaint filed by a legally blind candidate who alleges the employer asked inappropriate pre-questions on his standard job application. The Dec. 8 ruling by the U.S. District Court for the Central District of Florida means …

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High Court rejects petition for innocence of man sentenced to death in 1994 for murder of Flora

JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) – A man sentenced to death for the 1994 murder of a Flora woman will not have another day in court. The Mississippi Supreme Court has dismissed a conviction petition filed by lawyers for Justin Underwood. Underwood was sentenced to death in 1995 for the murder of …

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Gig economy giants in rush to offer driver benefits

From Los Angeles to Moscow, on their bikes and motorcycles, they have been the keystone in unlocking pandemic isolation by providing daily necessities and comfort to families around the world. Yet these drivers of the odd-job economy share something else. Often struggling to make ends meet, most of them lack …

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Aditya Birla Group Chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla Wins Global Entrepreneur of the Year Award

Aditya Birla Group President Kumar Mangalam Birla received the Global Entrepreneur of the Year – Business Transformation award from The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE). The award was presented at a ceremony in Dubai for Birla’s extraordinary leadership in a globally diverse conglomerate during the unprecedented period of global unrest induced by …

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Meet the next big fashion group

Laurent Claquin, the boss of Kering Americas, called it an “investment in relationships”. He said Kering came up with a seven-figure amount (he declined to say the exact figure), but he also said it was not a significant factor in Kering’s income statements. Neither YFINY nor the brands are considered …

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Pamplin Media Group – Five charged with links to the execution-type murder of Bend man in Gresham

The victim has spent time in Portland and the accused are from Portland, Gresham and Eugene. Five people now face murder and kidnapping charges related to the Gresham execution-style murder of a 35-year-old man from Bend in September. The accused are from Portland, Gresham and Eugene. Andrew Sherrell was found …

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Massachusetts AG to appeal court decision to dismiss landmark COVID case alleging nursing home negligence – Business Daily News

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey on Tuesday filed a notice of appeal in Hampden County Superior Court to overturn a lower court’s dismissal of criminal charges against two leaders of a veterans home where 76 residents died in a COVID-19 outbreak. The charges are believed to have been the first …

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Biparty congressional group calls for more weapons to be shipped to Ukraine to deter Russia (NPR)

A bipartisan group in the US Congress, which has just returned from Ukraine, is calling on the Biden administration to step up arms deliveries to Kiev to deter a Russian invasion. AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: U.S. lawmakers returning from Ukraine are urging the Biden administration to do more now to deter …

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‘My life is bizarre’: the court artist who drew Ghislaine Maxwell brings her back | Life and style

PAstel designs generally do not go viral on the Internet. But this month, thousands of Twitter users were mesmerized by an artist’s sketch of the courtroom of Ghislaine Maxwell – Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged accomplice in sex trafficking – staring at the artist and sketch back. Twitter users were disturbed. “I …

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Texas Teens Racist Group Chat Exposed, School Responds With Extra Safety For Black Students, Keeps Discipline For Offenders Confidential

Black students at a high school in Texas are afraid to go back to school after reading racist messages in a group chat from their white classmates. The school district promised to take immediate action, as one of the messages read “All N’s must be suspended.” According to the East …

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Floraxis Media Group announces the winners of the National Business and Services Achievers Award, 2021

ANI | Update: Dec 15 2021 17:48 STI Noida (Uttar Pradesh) [India], December 15 (ANI / BusinessWire India): Floraxis Media announced the prestigious business-and-services-achievers-awards “> National Business and Services Achievers Awards on December 15, 2021, to celebrate and honor more than 20 winners at 5 different levels to maximize their …

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Los Altos Wrestling Coach Brings Unique Perspective to Work | News

Los Altos High’s first-year wrestling coach Noor Flanagan-Almusahwi exudes positivity and evokes a sense of endless possibility. He dreams big, setting lofty goals for himself and for the program. “I want to develop wrestling in the community,” Flanagan-Almusahwi said in a recent phone interview. “I am committed not only to …

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Floraxis Media Group announces the winners of the National Business and Services Achievers Award 2021 – ThePrint

Text size: A- A + Noida (Uttar Pradesh) [India], December 15 (ANI / BusinessWire India): Floraxis Media announced the prestigious National Business and Services Achievers Awards on December 15, 2021, to celebrate and honor over 20 award winners at 5 different levels for maximizing their potential and mastering the art …

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Union aide Pat Noonan lands top job in Cincinnati – The Mercury

The Philadelphia Union lost a person they were expecting on Tuesday, but survived the loss of another. Assistant coach Pat Noonan has been named head coach of FC Cincinnati. In the evening MLS expansion draft, Charlotte FC did not choose a player from the Union roster. First Noonan, who has …

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Califf Passes Confirmation Hearing for Leading FDA Position

HHello everyone, and how are you today? We are doing very well, thank you, since the middle of the week is already here, which means there is a lot to do. Without a doubt, you can identify with some level. Of course, that also means we’re getting closer to another …

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Court eases travel restrictions for Texarkana’s father and son accused of sexual misconduct with young girl

NEW BOSTON, Texas – A father and son accused of sexual misconduct with a young girl at a Texarkana residence appeared before a visiting judge on Tuesday for a preliminary hearing. The outcry was launched against David Ernest Fant, 58, and his son Hayden David Fant, 21 in the spring …

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Former Williamson County MPs indicted in Javier Ambler case appear in court on Tuesday

Zach Camden and JJ Johnson were charged with manslaughter in March 2021, two years after Javier Ambler’s death. WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas – Two former deputies from the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office appeared in court Tuesday afternoon for an in-person hearing. In March 2021, former MPs JJ Johnson and Zach Camden …

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Springfield suspended police officer post under review

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Suspended Springfield police officer Gregg Bigda has been found not guilty of excessive force and civil rights violations. Bigda was charged with assaulting and threatening two young Hispanic suspects in 2016 after the teens allegedly stole an unmarked police car and drove them to a chase …

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Leading Disability Service Provider Apologizes For Abuse In Group Home To Royal Commission

One of Australia’s largest disability service providers has apologized after incidents of violence, abuse and neglect in two of its group homes. Key points: Royal Commission briefed on treatment and care of residents at two Life Without Barriers homes In one case, a resident was allegedly sexually and indecently assaulted …

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High Court Orders Odisha Government to Postpone State Film Awards, Review Nominations | Latest India News

BHUBAN WAR: Orissa’s high court ordered the state government to postpone film awards due later this week after a director alleged that organizers violated the rules and selected two films that are remakes of a Korean and Punjabi film. {{^ userSubscribe}} {{/ userSubscribe}} Judge Arindam Sinha on Monday suspended the …

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AD Ports Group celebrates 9 years of success for the port of Khalifa

AD Ports Group celebrated the ninth anniversary of the Port of Khalifa by announcing that it had reached its all-time highest position at 56th in the 2021 Lloyd’s List Top 100. Lloyds List points out that the Port of Khalifa has been one of the few ports in the world …

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Yung Ching Realty Group honored at the 2021 International Innovation Awards for two exceptional innovations

SINGAPORE, December 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Company Asia is pleased to honor 52 winners at the 2021 International Innovation Awards. Spearheading the innovation revolution, the International Innovation Awards, which aim to create an innovation ecosystem for companies, are organized each year to reward exceptional innovations around the world. …

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DeSoto Bans Some Employers From Asking Criminal History Questions In Job Applications

Starting Jan. 1, some DeSoto employers won’t be able to ask criminal history questions on first job applications under a “Ban the Box” policy put in place by the city council in April. The policy will affect employers with 15 or more employees. It aims to prevent discrimination and the …

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How a JSU Graduate Landed a Job at One of the World’s Largest Software Companies

JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) – The peak of getting a college degree only lasts until it meets the reality of job hunting, but not for Dailyn Hereford. The 23-year-old graduated from Jackson State University on Dec. 9 and is still riding that wave while working full-time for Oracleone of the largest …

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Nebraska Congressman Fortenberry Court Update

WASHINGTON, DC (WOWT) – Lawyers for Nebraska Representative Jeff Fortenberry returned to a federal courtroom in California on Monday afternoon where a judge heard arguments regarding dismissing or moving the case. Back in California court, defense attorneys are hopeful that the charges against the congressman will be dismissed, and after …

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People’s Port group wants a commissioner free of personal interests

Among the candidates for the Corpus Christi Port Authority commission, there is a list of seven Candidates “Port populaire”, a new coalition of local community leaders who believe that commissioners should have no professional, personal or financial interests in port operations. Corpus Christi city council plans to vote on Tuesday …

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Morongo Casino Resort & Spa offers 200 positions at its career fair on December 15

MORONGO CASINO RESORT & SPA – Le Morongo Casino Resort & Spa is looking to hire more than 200 team members for its entire property – including celebrity chef Fabio Viviani’s new restaurant concepts – at a job fair scheduled for Wednesday, December 15 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. …

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Vox Media and Group Nine agree to merge

Vox Media has agreed to buy Group Nine Media, a deal that will combine two major digital media publishers as the industry consolidates further, the companies said Monday night. Jim Bankoff, managing director of Vox Media, said in an interview Monday that the combined companies would be “considerably greater than …

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COA upholds domestic violence convictions after trial court refuses to quash trial

Finding no professional misconduct or circumstances to justify quashing the trial, the Indiana Court of Appeals upheld the two felony convictions of a man following an incident of domestic violence. Abram Glover was charged in June 2020 with Strangling Level 6 Crime and Domestic Battery Level 6 Crime against his …

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San Diego Community News Group

More than 500 of your fellow San Diego residents donate their leisure time to community planning councils each month. In an organized manner, they provide information to the city government on development plans and infrastructure needs in their particular neighborhood. They read reports, hear public presentations, ask questions, think critically, …

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Actions in Lake County District Court

Lake County District Court Justice James A. Manley Wednesday December 1 Larrs Jalen Omingo, 21, admitted violating probation; did not challenge the crime of strangling a partner or family member and pleaded guilty to the felony of endangerment under a plea deal; The sentencing and restitution hearing is set for …

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Katy Ice Cream Shop Creates Job Opportunities For Adults With Special Needs

KATY, Texas – From classic flavors like vanilla and buttery pecans to unique touches like Dr. Pepper chocolate chips, you can’t go wrong with any of the scoops of Howdy Homemade Ice Cream. Katy franchise owner Roderick Batson has teamed up with rapper Trae Tha Truth to bring the cool …

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Lobbying group calls Ga.’s higher court a ‘hellhole’, providing fodder for enduring, business-friendly crime surge

When a Georgian woman failed to notify her insurer of a lawsuit against her for hitting a cyclist with her car, the insurer was still forced to pay $ 3 million. In April, the Georgia Supreme Court ruled that even if the policyholder was required to provide advance notice, the …

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Advocacy group pushes tort reform in Georgia

When a Georgian woman failed to notify her insurer of a lawsuit against her for hitting a cyclist with her car, the insurer was still forced to pay $ 3 million. In April, the Georgia Supreme Court ruled that even if the policyholder was required to provide advance notice, the …

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Former Boston teacher wins $ 1.7 million jury prize for school administration retaliation

A former teacher at the Boston Community Leadership Academy has won his case against the school district. The teacher, Charles Sherman Neal, received $ 1.7 million according to Boston Globe coverage. As The Globe reports, Neal’s journey to justice began several years ago when he began documenting his treatment at …

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Supreme Court Sets Date With Oklahoma To Respond To Over 40 McGirt Appeals | State and region news

“So there is an interpretive requirement that these ambiguities be resolved in favor of the tribes,” Goldberg said. Supporters of the state cause are pointing to the death of Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg and the appointment of Amy Coney Barrett to court since the McGirt ruling as a possibility …

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Lawyers seek to increase jurors in federal court trial

December 11 – The federal hate crimes trial of three people convicted of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery is set to begin in February in U.S. District Court in Brunswick, but jurors who will decide the case could come from as far away as the Dodge or Wilkes counties. The …

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court overturns earlier ruling on plagiarized lines at Sha- The New Indian Express

Through Online office Taylor Swift will be forced to defend herself against copyright claims before a jury after a federal judge rules the lawsuit will go to court. Swift, 31, is being sued by songwriters Sean Hall and Nathan Butler, who claim her 2014 hit Shake lifted lines from their …

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