Monthly Archives: January 2022

Circuit Court jury trials could resume in March

For the first time since 2019, Branch County Circuit Judge Bill O’Grady is hoping to restart criminal jury trials. Some counties, like Ingham, have been adjudicating cases in recent months. Branch County has not done so due to difficulties meeting COVID-19 guidelines to prevent the spread of the virus. Ingham …

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EDITORIAL: Colorado needs its on-the-job juries | Editorials

The COVID-19 omicron wave has flooded every corner of our interactive society. Quite simply, wherever there are people in a setting lacking free moving fresh air, this winter’s wave of sickness is spreading. So far, the current reality of pre-existing immunity, vaccinations and effective COVID treatments has been enough for …

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Telecommunications in Pakistan: the PTCL group wins the prestigious Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Benchmark (GDEIB) award in five categories

Islamabad – January 10, 2022: In recognition of its forward-looking human resources practices and work culture, the PTCL group won the prestigious Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Benchmark (GDEIB) award in five categories. This achievement highlights the Group’s position as a progressive, fully employee-centric organization with unique attributes that have …

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Polo man charged with murder pleads guilty in Livingston County court

Polo man charged with first degree murder after Polo shooting in January 2021 pleaded guilty in Livingston County on January 6e. Online court reports show the prosecutor has dismissed three charges for 36-year-old Kevin Lynn Barnett Jr. The charges dismissed were felonies of assault or attempt in the first degree, …

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COVID-19 on trial and fierce conviction: five Edmonton court cases that stood out in 2021

Breadcrumb Links Local news criminality Author of the article: Jonny wakefield The Edmonton Courthouse Building. Photo by Ed Kaiser /Postmedia, file Content of the article A look at the Edmonton and area court cases that stood out in 2021: Advertising This ad has not yet loaded, but your article continues …

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New court dates set for Woodsboro teens charged with suspected hate crime

New court dates have been set for two teenagers charged with an alleged hate crime in Woodsboro last year on Halloween night. Noel Garcia Jr., 17, and Rance Bolcik, 17, both chose to drop their indictments scheduled for Jan.6 in the 24th District Court through their respective attorneys, according to …

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PM welcomes the vaccination of 2 million children aged 15 to 18

PM Modi PM welcomes the vaccination of 2 million children aged 15 to 18 By GDP Delhi Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi urged everyone to keep the vaccination momentum going and asked everyone to follow the proper Covid protocol. Quoting a tweet from Union Health Minister Dr Mansukh Mandaviya, the …

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Yolo Superior Court announces COVID-19 emergency order – Daily Democrat

Yolo Superior Court announced the signing of an emergency order allowing the court to postpone jury trials to later dates in 2022. Citing the significant increase in COVID-19 cases, California Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye signed the order on Friday, allowing the postponement of jury trials scheduled between January 10 …

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Court of Appeal supports dismissal of lawsuit for “malicious prosecution” brought by accused guard | Local news

An appeals court ruled in favor of a Santa Barbara County Superior Court judge who dismissed a lawsuit for “malicious prosecution” brought by the caretaker of a Solvang ALS patient who was arrested and charged with murder but found guilty on a less serious charge and subsequently overturned. The opinion …

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