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Former lawmaker files notice of appeal to Idaho Supreme Court in rape case

Less than a month after being sentenced to at least eight years in prison for rape, former Idaho lawmaker Aaron von Ehlinger filed an appeal with the Idaho Supreme Court, alleging that the fourth court of Ada County District had made several errors during his trial and sentencing. A jury …

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Goble sentenced in federal court | New

FRANKFURT — Former Scott County coroner John Goble was sentenced in federal court on Friday to two years probation, only after serving a year of house arrest. Goble is also liable for $10,000 in fines. Goble’s sentence was set by U.S. District Judge Gregory F. Van Tatenhove in an Eastern …

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High Crime Rate Leads Court To Impose Long Sentence For Double Murder Convict | New

The crime crisis facing Jamaica has angered some judges so much that they tossed the book on a double murder convict, imposing the maximum sentence. In July, the Court of Appeal ordered that Rayon Williams must serve 45 years before being eligible for parole for his second murder conviction. “There …

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Unanimous decision-making is essential to preserve the legitimacy of the Supreme Court

After the leak of the Supreme Court’s draft opinion rejecting abortion rights, public confidence in the Court has sunk to its lowest level in 50 years. And with additional controversial rulings on guns and climate change, concerns about the Court’s legitimacy have grown. For more and more people, judges function …

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Former clerk appears in Prince William County court on bribery charges

A Prince William County judge has reprimanded former registrar Michele White for not yet hiring a lawyer to face corruption charges. This article was written by InsideNoVa.com, WTOP’s press partner, and republished with permission. Sign up for InsideNoVa.com’s free email subscription today. A Prince William County judge has reprimanded former …

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Judge bans cameras from Idaho mother’s triple murder case

By REBECCA BOONE Associated Press BOISE, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho judge has banned courtroom cameras in the high-profile triple murder case against a mother and her new husband, saying he fears the footage will prevent a fair trial. Seventh District Judge Steven Boyce issued the ruling on Friday, saying …

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Alabama asks the Supreme Court of the United States to allow it to carry out the execution

ATMORE, Ala. (AP) — Alabama officials canceled Thursday’s lethal injection of a man convicted in a 1999 workplace shooting because of timing issues and difficulty accessing the inmate’s veins. Alabama Corrections Commissioner John Hamm said the state halted the scheduled execution of Alan Miller after determining he could not initiate …

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Court finds Washington County foreclosure lawsuit requires full hearing

The Arkansas Court of Appeals overturned and dismissed a foreclosure case on Thursday, saying a Washington County circuit judge should have reviewed a couple’s claims that they signed agreements under duress and that the actions of a bank had prevented them from repaying their loans. The case involves many interrelated …

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Davidson suspects in court after Jason Corbett murder

THANK YOU, MARY. MOLLY CORBETT AND HER FATHER, THOMAS MARTENS, CHARGED WITH THE MURDER OF JASON CORBETT. MORE THAN SEVEN YEARS AGO. WELL, GO TO TRIAL FOR THE SECOND TIME NEXT YEAR. A PRELIMINARY HEARING WAS HELD THIS MORNING IN DAVIDSON COUNTY. A JUDGE ANNOUNCES JURY SELECTION WILL BEGIN JUNE …

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Adnan Syed left the court after his conviction was overturned. Why can’t others do the same? – Baltimore Sun

Adnan Syed arrived in court on Monday from the Patuxent facility wearing a white shirt, black tie and dark trousers. After Baltimore Circuit Judge Melissa Phinn overturned Syed’s murder conviction in the 1999 murder of Hae Min Lee, she ordered correctional officers to release him immediately. Next, Syed, 41, walked …

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Geneva smelter price slashed, court documents show | New

GENEVA – A local couple awarded more than $42 million in damages related to Geneva smelter contamination earlier this year will receive significantly less money after city lawyers in the case objected to the decision, indicate court documents. At the September 7 city council meeting, members passed a resolution approving …

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Colorado court upholds dismissal of Hispanic juror for believing justice system to be racist | Subscriber Content

Colorado’s second-highest court found no issue with the prosecution dismissing a Hispanic man from an Arapahoe County jury because of his observation that the justice system is unfair to racial minorities. But for defendant Dustin Aaron Schwarz, the man’s exclusion from his jury illustrates a broader concern that people of …

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Pennsylvania Federal Court rejects request for witnesses to testify remotely at trial because the COVID-19 pandemic was no longer sufficient to establish “good cause in compelling circumstances.” – Civil right

September 19, 2022 Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania recently denied an in limine motion to allow live video testimony in …

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Investigator sued by Lloyd Rayney asks Supreme Court judge to recuse himself

A forensic investigator sued for defamation by former Perth barrister Lloyd Rayney has asked the Supreme Court judge who heard the case two years ago to step down from the case as she has already worked with Mr. Rayney’s attorney. Key points: Mark Reynolds is being sued for remarks he …

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Yakima County Superior Court Upholds Inmate Video Appearances | Crime and courts

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2020, the Yakima County Superior Court took action to help slow its spread through social distancing. Although most of these precautions have ended – limiting those attending trials to only the parties involved, jurors and court staff, installing plexiglass barriers in front of the …

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Will party labels for the Supreme Court sway voters?

Thomas Suddes is a former legislative reporter for The Plain Dealer in Cleveland and writes from Ohio University. tsuddes@gmail.com Polls and campaign finance reports suggest former Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley, the Democrat challenging Republican Governor Mike DeWine’s re-election, is fighting an uphill battle, with the November election just 51 days …

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Oregon high court rejects appeal in billion-dollar wooden lawsuit

PORTLAND, OR — The Oregon Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal from 13 counties in a longstanding billion-dollar lawsuit over timber revenues and what constitutes ‘the greatest permanent value’ in forest management . The denial ends a six-year legal battle over logging practices on 700,000 acres and is …

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Clinton County Court of Common Pleas Schedule for Sept. 19-Sept. 23 | News, Sports, Jobs

(Editor’s Note: The Clinton County Common Pleas Court Schedule listed below is not complete. The Express does not list cases involving PFAs, minors, and other cases. sensitive civilians.) LOCK HAVEN – The following schedule for Sept. 19-Sept. 23 is provided by the Clinton County Court of Common Pleas …

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Chiquita may face prosecution for supporting Colombian terrorists, according to court rules

Like thousands of Colombians, Jose Lopez’s seven children have spent more than a decade fighting to hold Chiquita Brands International accountable for the financial support of a terrorist organization that has ravaged the country during its murderous decade-long rule. But even though one of the group’s leaders has apologized to …

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Court jails jurors for compromising trial – FrontPageAfrica

MONROVIA – The Civil Law Court of the Temple of Justice ordered the detention of bailiff Arthur C. Morris for ten days for interfering with the jury in open court during the trial. Judge Yamie Gbeisay on Thursday September. 15, m2022 also mandated the disbarment of juries in the case …

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Prosecutors say more than 100 Oahu cases affected by High Court ruling

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) — A Hawaii Supreme Court ruling puts detainees in a limbo — being held behind bars even though their charges are no longer valid. In Oahu alone, prosecutors have identified 160 people charged with serious crimes through criminal complaints whose cases must now go to a grand jury …

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Ex-Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano heads to jail after appeals court rejects his bail offer

Former Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano will head to jail after a Manhattan federal appeals court on Tuesday denied his bail request as he appealed his bribery conviction. Mangano, 60, should be incarcerated in a federal prison in Massachusetts, according to John Marzulli, spokesman for the Eastern District Attorney’s Office. …

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Psychologist: School shooter suffered fetal alcohol damage

By TERRY SPENCER Associated Press FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Lawyers for Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz began arguing Monday that his birth mother’s alcohol abuse left him with serious behavioral issues that eventually led to his 2018 murder of 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. …

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Alex Jones heads to court again to take on other Sandy Hook families

New York CNN Business — Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones will stand trial again on Tuesday, facing other family members of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims, weeks after a Texas jury determined he and his company should paying nearly $50 million to a student’s parents for defaming the student’s father …

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Trial delayed for man who threw pitcher in court | News, Sports, Jobs

herring HOLLIDAYSBURG — The jury trial scheduled to begin today at the Blair County Courthouse — with potential witnesses including a county judge and an assistant district attorney — has been canceled. The trial of Darwin M. Herring, 40, of Altoona – facing aggravated assault, reckless …

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Perjury charges against Quinn stalled in SC court system

COLOMBIA, South Carolina No action has been taken for 15 months on a state grand jury indictment against Richard Quinn, the alleged mastermind of an underground influence-peddling ring that has thrived for years in the General Assembly of the SC. The 38-page indictment, issued by a state grand jury in …

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State Supreme Court to Hear Cases on Charter Schools, For-Profit College Lawsuit | Courts

The Colorado Supreme Court has agreed to hear three cases involving the government’s ability to deny charter school applications and good Samaritans to receive compensation for injuries sustained during a rescue. Judges also announced on Tuesday that they would review a complex and drawn-out lawsuit against a for-profit university, which …

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Appeals court hears Jasiel Correia’s arguments to quash fraud case

BOSTON — Former Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia II had his virtual day in court Thursday as three federal 1st Circuit Court of Appeals judges heard arguments about why the ex-politician now incarcerated should have his convictions overturned or receive a new trial. Oral arguments were heard before appellate judges …

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Paddy Doherty attends a protest in court for fellow traveler Joe Joyce who is awaiting his murder conviction

TV personality Paddy Doherty attended a show of support outside Laganside Courts yesterday for fellow traveler Joe Joyce. Joyce appeared at Belfast Crown Court via video link to Maghaberry where he was told he would be sentenced on five counts – including murder – at the end of this month. …

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The court must decide if the defendant of the triple murder is intellectually disabled and not subject to the death penalty

MARSHALL COUNTY, Ala. — Jimmy O’Neal Spencer’s lawyers are asking a judge to bar the death penalty as a possible sentence in his upcoming capital murder trial. His lawyers say he is intellectually disabled and not eligible for the death penalty, but prosecutors disagree. News 19’s Jerry Hayes Joins ‘Real …

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Court testimony: 14-year-old not target of Cheshire Drive shooting

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – Five of the six people charged with the February murder of a 14-year-old boy were in court on Wednesday afternoon. All five face murder charges. According to testimony in the courtroom, the teenager was not the intended target of the shooting, and mobile police believe three …

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Elizabeth Holmes asks court for new trial after alleging key witness had regrets

By Rishi Iyengar, CNN Business Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of failed blood testing startup Theranos, who was convicted of fraud earlier this year, is seeking a new trial after claiming a key witness visited her home unannounced and reportedly said he “felt guilty” for his testimony. In a filing Tuesday …

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Community Q&A: Yakima County Superior Court Judge Gayle Harthcock | Local

For Yakima County Superior Court Judge Gayle Harthcock, court was last adjourned on Wednesday. Harthcock, who was appointed to the Superior Court bench in 2014 by Gov. Jay Inslee, has retired. Prior to her appointment, she served as a court commissioner for six years, hearing all but jury cases in …

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Clackamas County, OR, court dismisses ex-doctor’s indictment

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A Clackamas County grand jury has declined to indict a former suburban Portland doctor with sexual misconduct and patient abuse, finding there is not enough evidence to prove the charges. claims, the county attorney’s office announced. The grand jury heard testimony from 41 witnesses before returning …

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Tina Peters’ day in court can’t come soon enough

Things are about to get real for flamboyant and lawless Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters. The far-right election conspiracy darling is due in court on Wednesday on 11 counts, including attempting to influence a public official, criminal impersonation, identity theft, first-degree official misconduct, breach of duty and disrespecting the Secretary …

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Ingham County officials set to clear long court backlogs with new courtroom and visiting judge

Nearly two and a half years after the COVID-19 pandemic first halted jury trials across Michigan, the Ingham County Circuit Court has approximately 900 felony cases awaiting trial dates. audience for a variety of reasons – but now officials hope to reduce that number. Officials announced last week that beginning …

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US bakery triumphs in long-running court battle with ‘woke’ university

Demonstrators wearing megaphones demonstrated outside the business, with staff including student dean Meredith Raimondo present and calling the bakery a ‘racist establishment’. The bakery staff, who bore the brunt of the wrath, were mistreated and their car tires slashed. Lee Plakas, the Gibsons’ attorney, said the college failed to be …

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Kristin Smart murder trial: Defense argues floor stain evidence, court breaks for emotional jury

Editor’s Note: The People v. Flores is covered daily by Mustang News. Follow @CPMustangNews on Twitter and Instagram for more updates. Read previous articles about the lawsuit here. Thursday’s proceedings consisted of testimony from Cindy Arrington, an archaeologist who conducted a search of Ruben Flores’ home at 710 White Ct. …

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Kansas woman’s trial for 2 deaths ends with hung jury

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas jury announced Thursday it could not reach a verdict in the trial of a woman accused of killing her ex-husband and girlfriend 20 years ago. Jurors deliberated for about 35 hours over six days during Dana Chandler’s trial. Chandler, now 62, was charged with …

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Appeals court upholds stalking conviction against woman who targeted ex-sheriff

A woman who has more than a decade of grudge against a former sheriff can’t shake her stalking conviction after berating the man and following him around town for years. When Darla Ellis was arrested in 2008 for causing a disturbance at a Sunday church service, then-law enforcement officer Terry …

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Neighbor: a school shooter killed toads after poisoning a dog

By TERRY SPENCER Associated Press FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — When one of Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz’s dogs died after eating a poisonous toad, he began to lash out at amphibians, a former neighbor testified Wednesday, adding that Cruz’s temper was so unstable that he should never have been …

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Why General Mark Milley should be court-martialed

OPINION: Gen. Mark Milley, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, is scheduled for a Section 32 hearing under the provisions of the Uniform Code of Military Justice for his conduct and statements as recorded in Bob Woodward’s book “Peril,” and the Aug 8, 2022, New Yorker magazine excerpt from …

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California Supreme Court Upholds Death Sentence in Irvine Murder

State Supreme Court justices on Monday upheld the death sentence of a 47-year-old man convicted of the torture murder of an 18-year-old woman in Irvine in 1995. However, the state’s highest court overturned a gang enhancement for Ronald Tri Tran due to recent changes in the law. Co-defendant Noel Jesse …

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Fayette Court: Conviction for murder of Jermaine Harmon with a life sentence

Jermaine A.Harmon. Photo/Fayette County Jail. The four-day murder trial of Fayetteville resident Jermaine Alfonso Harmon ended Aug. 25, with Harmon found guilty of murder and aggravated assault, and sentenced to life in prison. District Attorney Marie Broder said Superior Court Judge W. Fletcher Sams sentenced Harmon, 49, to life in …

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A trip to court and the extreme difficulty of deterring speeders

Most of the defendants that day pleaded no contest on various issues, and the majority received monetary penalties and no points on their licenses, cases which were largely fair. A large handful of these drivers received pats on the back for wearing seatbelts, finger-wagging for not doing so, and various …

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Oh c. WAGNER: trial for family massacre in Ohio

PIKE COUNTY, Ohio (Court TV) – A group of more than 70 potential jurors will appear at the Pike County Courthouse on Monday for the final round of jury selection in one of the most notorious mass murder cases. of Ohio State History. They will be asked to decide the …

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Waukesha Parade suspect escorted out of court after violent outbursts

Darrell Brooks went from sleepy in his hearing Friday to outbursts, yelling at Judge Jennifer Dorow and sheriff’s deputies. Brooks commented on the policy and told MPs not to touch him. The judge said she would not tolerate the outburst, which could result in Brooks being found in contempt of …

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Will the Supreme Court’s latest decision on mens rea leave the prosecution of medical professionals empty? | Epstein Becker & Green

Last June, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a landmark decision clarifying the mental state the government must establish to convict a licensed health care professional of illegally distributing drugs under the federal Controlled Substances Act ( “THAT’S IT”). ). A physician can no longer be convicted of such a crime …

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Foolio appears in Duval County Court

The Jacksonville rapper wants a judge to throw out all evidence in the case against him for felony flight and escape. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jacksonville rapper Foolio made a rare court appearance Thursday in what was to be the last hearing before his trial began on Monday. Foolio, real …

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Georgia Country Trial Judges Visit Cobb Superior Court

Six Georgia trial judges traveled to Cobb Superior Court the week of August 15, 2022 to observe jury trials and study our judicial process. The visit marks the post-pandemic resumption of a cooperative effort that has been ongoing since 2017 between the Georgian justice system, the U.S. State Department’s Bureau …

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Court Case Conclusions: Wednesday, August 24, 2022 – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

Conclusions of court cases: Wednesday August 24, 2022 Posted at 1:47 p.m. on Wednesday, August 24, 2022 Adams County Court Cases – Final Results Week of August 12 to 18: Carell Jones charged with possession of methamphetamine. Case related to a grand jury. Donna Yvonne Lee charged with possession of …

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Bill to restrict music lyrics used as evidence at meeting

A bill to restrict the use of music lyrics as evidence in court cases passed the Assembly for the second time with amendments on Monday, sending the bill to Governor Gavin Newsom for his signature or his veto. Assembly Bill 2799, drafted by Assemblyman Reggie Jones-Sawyer (D-Los Angeles), would compel …

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Ryan Giggs trial jury said it was not overseeing ‘court of morals’ | UK News

Jurors in Ryan Giggs’ trial have been told they are not overseeing ‘a morals court’ as they begin to deliberate their verdicts on allegations of domestic violence and assault. The former Manchester United and Wales footballer is accused of assaulting his ex-girlfriend Kate Greville and her younger sister at his …

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Ryan Giggs trial: Jury hears closing speeches in court case

Ryan Giggs was tried for assaulting his ex Kate Greville and using controlling and coercive behavior towards her The jury in Ryan Giggs’ trial heard closing remarks from the prosecution and defense. In his closing speech at Manchester Crown Court, prosecutor Peter Wright QC said there were “two very different …

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Haverhill man charged with mooning over district court judge

Aug. 20—HAVERHILL — A local man charged with deceiving a Haverhill District Court judge in October during a videoconference was at Newburyport District Court on Wednesday also via videoconference. Justin D. MacLean, 38, of Portland Street had just finished attending an Essex County Reformatory dangerousness hearing on October 7 when …

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New law in Vietnam imposes fines for recording in court without permission

New regulations regarding coverage of court proceedings could further stifle press freedom in Vietnam, journalists say. Under the regulation – known as the Administrative Violations Penalty Ordinance for Obstructing Procedural Activities – journalists who record video or audio of a trial without the consent of the presiding judge risk a …

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Takeaways from the court hearing on the release of more Mar-a-Lago research papers

By Tierney Sneed, Hannah Rabinowitz, Katelyn Polantz and Denise Royal, CNN A U.S. magistrate has begun the process of potentially releasing certain information from the affidavit the Justice Department used to obtain a search warrant for former President Donald Trump’s Florida residence. Judge Bruce Reinhart said during a hearing at …

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Hadi Matar arraigned in Chautauqua County Court

MAYVILLE, NY — A New Jersey man accused of stabbing author Salman Rushdie last week in Chautauqua, New York, pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges brought by a grand jury. Additional charges are possible, the prosecutor said. The defendant, Hadi Matar, 24, who was apprehended Aug. 12 after authorities said …

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TB Supreme Court overturns Waterbury man’s rape conviction after prosecutors allowed to change date of offense during trial

The Connecticut Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for a Waterbury man who was convicted of rape after a judge allowed the prosecution – during his trial – to change the date they claimed the crime had took place, thereby eliminating his alibi defence. Judge Andrew McDonald’s court ruling …

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Hong Kong court lifts ban on reporting national security case for 47 Democrats

A view shows a television camera at the West Kowloon Magistrate Courts in Hong Kong, China August 17, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register HONG KONG, Aug 18 (Reuters) – A Hong Kong court on Thursday lifted restrictions on reporting pre-trial proceedings in a …

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Lori Vallow’s lawyers seek change in charges

Lori Vallow’s lawyers have asked a judge to send her case to a grand jury, arguing the charges she currently faces for killing her two children are likely to confuse jurors. The 49-year-old ‘Doomsday’ mom and her husband Chad Daybell have both pleaded not guilty to charges of murder, conspiracy …

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Trump’s legal adviser ordered to testify in Georgia election probe

By KATE BRUMBACK Associated Press ATLANTA (AP) — A Colorado judge on Tuesday ordered legal counsel for former President Donald Trump’s campaign to travel to Georgia to testify before a special grand jury examining whether Trump and others unlawfully attempted to influence the 2020 elections in Georgia. Judge Gregory Lammons …

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California Court of Appeals Refuses to Expand Trigger for Independent Counsel

Under California Civil Code §2860, insureds have the right to obtain independent counsel at the expense of the insurer whenever there are competing interests that create an ethical conflict for the attorney appointed by the insurer. . Since its enactment, California courts have defined the boundaries of §2860. For example, …

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“Different Courts Warrant Different Representation”

Amber Heard is changing legal counsel for her appeal of the Johnny Depp libel trial verdict. On Monday, a spokesperson for the 36-year-old actress announced that she had hired Ballard Spahr’s David L. Axelrod and Jay Ward Brown to direct, with Ben Rottenborn as co-lawyer. Elaine Charlson Bredehoft, who represented …

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School shooter’s brain exams to be subject to court hearing

FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida — A defense mental health expert in the penalty trial of Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz can determine when he realized the 23-year-old mass murderer was still having ‘irrational thoughts’ – the the two spoke little when Cruz began to outline plans for a possible life outside …

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Couy Griffin back in court to fight for his job

Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Journal Cowboys for Trump founder Couy Griffin will face three new Mexicans in court Monday who argue in a lawsuit that he should be removed as Otero County commissioner for participating in an insurgency against the United States. . Couy Griffin Griffin, who was convicted of …

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Pedophile dies after ‘swallowing’ mysterious cloudy liquid in Texas court as jury finds him guilty

Pedophile dies after ‘swallowing’ mysterious cloudy liquid in Texas court as jury finds him guilty of child molestation – he started drinking after first charge announced Edward LeClair, 57, collapsed in a holding cell after drinking liquid from his water bottle He began to ‘huff’ after the jury found him …

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Gibson accuses Dean of contempt of court for ‘bragging’ to Guitar.com about continued production of V and Z guitars | Guitare.com

Gibson has filed a motion in which Dean Guitars’ parent company Armadillo is charged with contempt of court, accusing it of failing to follow through on the final judgment of their legal battle and of “bragging” in a recent interview with Guitare.com that the company would continue to manufacture the …

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Deadly Costco Corona Shooting: Details Emerge During Hearing

CORONA, CA – The number of shots fired at a Corona Costco – where a man with a developmental disability was killed by an off-duty LAPD officer who was pushed by the victim – made it look like two people were shooting inside the store, a witness said Thursday. “I …

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“Lawsuits” and the Difference Between Federal and State Courts

Most of the practice of law takes place while the federal prosecutor sits alone in a room with the suspects. Despite the episode’s other wacky issues, I found this storyline the least believable. My son has a new nanny to help pick him up from school and babysit him in …

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Wisconsin woman in Slender Man attack drops plea for release

WAUKESHA, Wis. (AP) – One of two Wisconsin women who were sent to a state mental health facility after a 2014 knife attack on a sixth-grade classmate they said was to appease horror character Slender Man has withdrawn his request for release. In June, Morgan Geyser, 20, asked Waukesha County …

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The Spoljaric case before the Court of Common Pleas – La Tribune

In a hearing that lasted about two minutes, the case of Ironton Police Officer Bradley Spoljaric was transferred from Ironton City Court to Lawrence County Common Pleas Court on Monday afternoon .Spoljaric appeared in his own clothes after bonding over the weekend. He was arrested by the Ironton Police Department …

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Court records show mum accused of stabbing toddlers was in custody battle

Court records show Janee Pedesclaux, 31, was in a custody battle with the father of her children when police said she stabbed her two toddlers on Sunday, leaving her 4-year-old daughter dead. In the documents, it is revealed that the father of the children had applied for visitation over the …

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Court ruling could release killer of Jennifer Mullin, 17, in Weymouth

WEYMOUTH — Joseph Mullin’s family had a small sense of closure in 1998, when a judge sentenced the man convicted of the rape and murder of his 17-year-old sister to life in prison without the possibility of parole. But that could change after a Massachusetts Superior Court judge recently ruled …

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Editorial: Finally, a new Court of Justice plan is in place

As Councilman Tim Hubbard began discussing Riverhead Town’s planned acquisition of a new Town Hall building last week, he immediately brought up the late Justice Allen Smith. It was Mr Smith, whose public service at Riverhead spanned decades before his death two years ago, who constantly waved the flag trying …

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Latest court filings in Marilyn Mosby case ‘anything but impartial’ as feds speak to attorneys – Baltimore Sun

Federal prosecutors and attorneys for State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby continue to clash in the latest round of court filings in the criminal case against Baltimore’s top prosecutor. Charged with two counts of perjury and two counts of mortgage fraud related to early withdrawals from his city retirement account and the …

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First appearance in federal court for alleged shooting plot suspects

RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) — Julio Alvarado Dubon and Rolman Balcarcel-Bavagas appeared in federal court for the first time since being indicted by a grand jury, one for illegal entry, the other for a firearm fire. With the help of Spanish-speaking interpreters, the two suspects were reminded of their charges and …

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Danielle Redlick in court for sentencing hearing

Danielle Redlick was back in court on Friday for her sentencing hearing. In June, Redlick was found not guilty of murder in the stabbing death of her husband, Michael Redlick. But she was found guilty of tampering with evidence because investigators say she cleaned up the blood and moved Michael’s …

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Belton YouTubers charged for harassing seniors | Court records

Two Central Texas YouTubers were indicted by a grand jury on Wednesday on felony exploitation charges after police said they harassed senior citizens for the hearing. Joey P. Perez, 37, and Paul Estrada, 35, both of Belton, have each been charged with elder abuse, a third degree felony. The two …

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A house collapsed, a woman died… but the court refuses to release the family assets

The husband of Miriam Pace, who was killed when her Ħamrun home collapsed in 2020, said revoking the warrants of two architects convicted of her manslaughter should have a chilling effect on others. But the family, adds Carmel Pace, still cannot “close this dark chapter” because the court has still …

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Parents of Parkland shooting victims describe their stolen future at shooter’s death trial

“Soon she would be a professional football player. She would get her law degree and perhaps become one of the most successful commercial negotiation lawyers in the world,” Ilan Alhadeff said in County Court on Tuesday. Broward, testifying in the death penalty trial of his daughter’s killer. “She was supposed …

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California court overturns murder convictions of 3 deputies

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — An appeals court overturned the murder convictions of the three Northern California deputies sentenced to jail in 2015 for beating a mentally ill inmate to death after a judge ruled ruled that the primary legal theory cited by prosecutors was invalidated by recent changes in …

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Judge reports court activity for June | News, Sports, Jobs

IRON MOUNTAIN — Dickinson County District Court Judge Julie A. LaCost released her Monthly Activity Report for the month of June. New criminal cases filed included 15 felonies, two drunk driving felonies, 21 misdemeanors and 10 OWI/OUID misdemeanors. New civil cases included 29 general civil cases, eight small …

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Alex Jones returns to bankruptcy court as Sandy Hook defamation case turns disastrously sideways

(Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images) Right-wing trollshow host Alex Jones had a wild three days in court. The last time we left our peddler, its producer Daria Karpova explained to the jury that it was very stressful for his boss when people tell evil lies about him. Mark Bankston, attorney …

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State appeals court overturns Sunnyside man’s conviction because juror was biased against Latinos | Crime and courts

Yakima County District Attorney Joe Brusic will not challenge an appeals court’s decision to overturn a man’s assault conviction because an ethnically biased juror heard the case. As Brusic’s office decides whether to try Robert Gutierrez III again or strike a plea deal, Brusic said he will use the case …

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What is a Grand Jury? Details of Chris Chan’s trial and court case explored

Online sources say Chris Chan’s case will go to a grand jury. Today, a Reddit user took to the social media platform claiming to have obtained confirmation from a legal expert that the vlogger’s case “has been cleared for grand jury”. An official announcement of the same has not been …

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In 15-year lawsuit, appeals court orders reconsideration of cognitively impaired man’s case | Content reserved for subscribers

A cognitively impaired man serving a 22-year prison sentence for assault could face a new trial, after the state’s second-highest court ordered a Denver judge for the second time to consider whether Charles Alston Smith knew what he was doing when he waived his constitutional right. right to a trial …

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Trump conversations January 6: Prosecutors brace for court battle to force former White House officials to testify

At issue are claims of executive privilege that prosecutors expect the former president to make in order to shield certain information from the federal grand jury as the criminal investigation progresses deeper into the ranks of White House officials who directly interacted with Trump. A court battle favored by the …

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Court upholds convictions and life sentences for North Carolina gang leaders – Reuters

A three-judge panel of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a unanimous published opinion affirming the trial convictions and multiple life sentences of gang leaders who were convicted of racketeering (RICO), drug trafficking and murders gang-related, according to a press release from the United States Attorney’s Office, Eastern District …

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US court sentences two former police officers in George Floyd case | Black Lives Matter News

Tou Thao was sentenced to three and a half years in prison on federal charges, and J Alexander Kueng to three years. Two former police officers in the United States have been convicted on federal charges for their role in the murder of George Floyd, the black man who was …

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Court hears Stamford voter fraud case, former Democratic president faces 28 Class D felonies

People who oppose the expanded use of mail-in ballots in elections will find fodder for their arguments at a criminal trial in Stamford. The city’s former Democratic Party chairman is accused of tampering with 14 mail-in ballots during the 2015 mayoral election, when Stamford voters held seats on the Council …

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Meet the candidate: Kayla Jackson-Williams seeks family court judgeship | Elections

When Kayla Jackson-Williams was in sixth grade, her teacher noticed her talkative and assertive nature. If she didn’t end up as a lawyer, “something was wrong,” she heard him say. From that moment, she knew she wanted to become a lawyer. Now, after practicing law for five years, she is …

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The California Supreme Court – July 22, 2022 | Dorsey & Whitney LLP

Siry Investment, LP c. Farkhondehpur, No. S262081: The Supreme Court resolved two issues: whether (1) a defaulting party has standing to file a motion for a new trial alleging an error of law in calculating damages, and (2) a trial court court may award treble damages and attorney’s fees under …

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Court of Appeal rules in child molester case | Western Colorado

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After ‘difficult day’ in court, ‘loudmouth’ insurgent 1/6 found guilty on all counts

Losing Matthew Bledsoe, a Jan. 6 insurgent from Tennessee who described himself as a “loudmouth” and who filmed himself shouting “WE IN THIS B—-“ as he stormed the Capitol, was found guilty by a jury on all counts against him: a one count of obstructing an official process and four …

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Parkland mass shooting jurors shown graphic photos of victims

By TERRY SPENCER Associated Press FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Prosecutors showed jurors Friday photos of the horrific damage bullets fired from Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz’s AR-15 rifle did to some of his 17 victims, causing serious injuries to the head, body and limbs. The jury also saw gruesome …

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Court victory bolsters pressure to expose prosecutorial misconduct

A group of law professors has released new complaints against 17 New York prosecutors, pointing to behavior that in many cases has sent innocent people to jail, the latest salvo in an accountability push that was reignited last month by a federal court. The Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office has discovered …

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‘We think the court made mistakes’: Amber Heard files appeal

Amber Heard’s attorney formally appealed the $10.3 million libel judgment in Fairfax County Court in Virginia on Thursday. “We believe the court made errors that prevented a just and fair verdict consistent with the First Amendment. We are therefore appealing the verdict,” a spokesperson for Heard said, according to TMZ. …

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Supreme Court ruling leads to reduced sentence for perpetrator

A defendant serving a sentence for pedophilia and sexual exploitation of children has had his sentence reduced by half due to a Supreme Court decision on a similar case. Michael Thomas Day was back in Jones County Superior Court on July 14. Day was seeking a new trial, and Assistant …

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Representative Jody Hice’s testimony suspended, pending Federal Court decision

(WJBF) – Jody Hice, US Congressman currently representing the 10e Congressional District, will no longer be required to appear before a Fulton County Special Purpose Grand Jury today, a United States District Judge ruled on Monday, June 18.e. U.S. Representative Hice received a subpoena on Wednesday, June 29e(*see Exhibit C) …

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Q&A with Grant County Superior Court Judge Candidates

GRANT COUNTY – Melissa Chlarson and Anna Gigliotti are vying for the position of judge of the Superior Court of Grant County. Each candidate was given a series of questions to highlight their experience and goals for the position. Candidate responses are provided below and have been slightly edited for …

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Court Dismisses Medidata’s Lawsuit Against Veeva for Lack of Evidence, Blocks Medidata’s Actions to Limit Competition and Employee Rights

Major Victory for Employee Rights and the Life Sciences Industry as Court Ends Medidata’s Measures to Stifle Innovation and the Free Flow of Talent NEW YORK and PLEASANTON, Calif. , July 182022 /PRNewswire/ — The United States District Court for the Southern District of New York dismissed the trade secret …

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The court will hear the truth about me and Miss Piggy

For the editor: This will be my last letter to the editor. I can’t reason with Trump supporters.Last October, Miss Piggy and I were in court for a restraining order against me. She was able to get this order because I was falsely arrested in September for harassing her. This …

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D’Angelo back in court eight months after last appearance in rape and sexual assault case | Crime

BUFFALO — About eight months after his last court appearance, Falls attorney and political operative Nicholas D’Angelo is due back before a judge in his oft-delayed rape and sexual assault case. A spokesperson for Erie County District Attorney John Flynn confirmed that D’Angelo will appear in Niagara County Court on …

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The United States Supreme Court follows the path of the Taliban

The recent and stunning decision of the United States Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. 50-year-old Wade’s granting of women the right to their own reproductive freedom, privacy and to make health care decisions shook our country and had a gravitational echo around the world . At the same time, …

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Casey White is due in court in December for the murder of Vicky White

FLORENCE, Ala. (WAFF) – Former escaped inmate Casey White will be arraigned for murder in connection with the death of Vicky White in December, court documents show. Casey White is now due for arraignment Dec. 2 at 1:30 p.m. at the Lauderdale County Courthouse. He was originally scheduled to appear …

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Court funds to pay for tests in marijuana cookie homicide

July 14 – WILKES-BARRE – An attorney for homicide suspect Lavrius O’Brian Watson has applied to Luzerne County Court for funds to pay the fees of a forensic chemist as a defense expert. Watson, 27, of Pocono Summit, was charged by Hazleton State Police with fatally stabbing Elizabeth Bennett Leonard, …

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Maryland high court to hear appeal of convicted murderer of 1989 verdict

Maryland’s highest court will hear the appeal of a man who spent more than 30 years in prison for a Baltimore murder he says he did not commit and the testimony against him at trial was tainted. The Court of Appeals agreed last week to hear Steven G. Carver’s argument …

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Sonoma County Superior Court Hires New Court Director

A veteran Solano County court administrator has been hired as the new Sonoma County superior court director, according to court officials. Robert “Bob” Oliver, who has about 15 years of experience in state superior court administration, will begin August 15 in Sonoma County. He will fill the vacancy created by …

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Jury selection underway for Ruben Flores in Kristin Smart murder trial

By Kathrene Herndon MONTEREY COUNTY, Calif. (KSBY) – Potential jurors in the Kristin Smart murder trial are once again filling a Salinas courtroom. Jury selection for Ruben Flores, accused of complicity in Kristin’s 1996 disappearance, began on Monday. This combination photo shows suspects Paul Flores (L) and Ruben Flores (R), …

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Ex-Rep. Inman may again face bribes, extortion charges, court rules

Former Michigan State Rep. Larry Inman could face a new trial after the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit overturned a lower court’s decision to dismiss bribery and corruption charges. extortion. U.S. District Judge Robert Jonker ruled in 2021 that Inman’s constitutional rights to speech would be violated …

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Yates County Judge Jason Cook launches campaign for state Supreme Court

7th Judicial District Covers Cayuga, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne and Yates counties PENN YAN — Yates County Judge Jason Cook announced his Republican and conservative candidacy for the New York State Supreme Court in the 7e Judicial District, which covers the counties of Cayuga, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Seneca, …

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Supreme Court of the United States again to answer the lawsuit of the DOJ for “fraud of honest services” | jackson walker

Can a private citizen who holds no elective or governmental office have a fiduciary duty to the general public so that he can be found guilty of honest service fraud? On June 30, 2022, the Supreme Court granted certiorari in Percoco v. United States (#21-1158) to answer this question. Simply …

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Federal Court Orders New Trial to Determine Whether Cryptocurrency Is ‘Security’

A federal court recently overturned a jury verdict finding that a disputed digital asset was not a security and ordered a new trial to re-examine the matter. In November 2021, a federal jury in the District of Connecticut became one of the first to deliver a verdict on the frequently …

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