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Clive Churchill Medal winner Brent Kite took to social media to explain his court appearance in a lengthy rant after telling the magistrate he had ‘no authority’ over him. The former Dragons, Sea Eagles and Panthers star was facing a local court magistrate in Queanbeyan charged with refusing to show …

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Should a sex trafficking defense apply in a homicide case?

By TODD RICHMOND Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) — One night in June 2018, 17-year-old Chrystul Kizer put a .38 caliber pistol in his briefcase and took an Uber from Milwaukee to Kenosha. She walked into Randall Volar’s house. She had met Volar on a sex trafficking website, and over …

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Zelensky asks the highest court of the UN to stop the Russian invasion

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced on Sunday that Ukraine had asked the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to hold Russia accountable for its military invasion. “Ukraine has submitted its petition against Russia to the ICJ. Russia must be held accountable for manipulating the notion of genocide to justify aggression. We …

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Sailor accused of setting ship on fire faces court martial

SAN DIEGO — A 20-year-old sailor will face a military trial for deliberately setting fires that destroyed a $1.2 billion warship on the San Diego waterfront in 2020, the police announced Friday. Marine. Seaman Recruit Ryan Sawyer Mays, a former deckhand on the amphibious assault ship Bonhomme Richard, is charged …

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Scott Peterson juror denies bias in 2004 trial

By DON THOMPSON Associated Press SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The juror at the heart of convicted murderer Scott Peterson’s bid for a new trial swore Friday that she held no animosity toward him until she heard evidence that he was convicted. killed his pregnant wife in a case that drew …

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Akash murder trial: Psychiatrists on defendant’s insanity/sanity – court hears opposing views

Akash, who goes by only one name, pleaded not guilty to murder at the start of his trial in Auckland High Court. Photo/Michael Craig In the hours and days after schizophrenic security guard Akash stabbed his girlfriend to death, evidence suggests he dumped Gurpreet Kaur’s body in a remote area …

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Supreme Court to hear Iowa arbitration clause issue in overtime case

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case in 2022 brought by an Iowa fast-food worker who claims employers have no right to force arbitration on employees after first challenging the trial in pre-trial proceedings. Taco Bell worker Robyn Morgan was part of a class action lawsuit seeking back wages …

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Iowa court files lawsuit against farm where Iowa teenager was murdered

The owners of a farm where a northern Iowa teenager was murdered are not responsible for failing to prevent his death, an Iowa appeals court has ruled. The lawsuit arose after the 2016 murder of 19-year-old Thomas Bortvit in Emmett County. Lee Christensen, 18, was arrested and eventually convicted of …

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Jury seated in Breonna Taylor shooting trial

By DYLAN LOVAN Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A jury has been selected in the trial of a former Kentucky police officer involved in the deadly narcotics raid that left Breonna Taylor dead. This March 13, 2020 photo provided by the Louisville Metro Police Department shows Officer Brett Hankison. …

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Judge who reduced $1.5 million jury verdict by 70% acted reasonably, appeals court says | Courts

A Jefferson County judge was correct to slash a jury award of $1.5 million to a car crash victim by 70%, the state’s second-highest court has heard. last week. Catherine Pisano, who underwent multiple medical procedures and experienced lingering pain after being rammed on Interstate 70 in 2014, asked the …

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Daytona Beach suspected serial killer back in court

A jury will soon decide the fate of a suspected serial killer in Volusia County. Lawyers for both sides presented their closing arguments in the Robert Hayes case earlier today. him as the killer of Miss Gunther, Miss Patton and Miss Green,” prosecutor Jason Lewis said. All three were killed …

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Girl victim of months of physical and sexual violence, court says

The trial is taking place before Judge Russell Collins, seen in a file photo. Everyone in court is required to wear face masks. Photo/NZME A teenage girl was subjected to months of physical and sexual abuse after moving to live with her father, a court heard on Monday. The father’s …

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Legal trials: the plot dictates “the story”

During the trial of Elizabeth Holmes for criminal fraud committed while he was CEO of Theranos, every piece of evidence and argument presented served to move the trial forward. Much like a simple Hollywood movie, the trial was “plot driven”, creating a compressed, linear narrative in order to advance each …

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The future of black history is now with talented Supreme Court nominees

Here in Black History Month, we are presented with a controversial, race-based topic after President Joe Biden declared his intention to appoint a black woman as the next Supreme Court Justice, replacing Justice outgoing Stephen Breyer. Without context, Biden’s announcement could have been interpreted as a little condescending. At a …

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court refuses to hear appeal of convicted Curry Donuts thief

A Luzerne County jury’s conviction of a Philadelphia man who robbed a donut shop in Wilkes-Barre was upheld when the Pennsylvania Supreme Court this week declined to hear an appeal. Rodney Carroll, 46, was convicted of multiple counts in the robbery of Curry Donuts on South Pennsylvania Avenue on March …

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Supreme Court gives judicial districts more control over COVID-19 precautions

POCATELLO, Idaho (KIFI) – Judges in the Idaho Administrative District will determine which COVID-19 courtroom precautions are appropriate for conditions in their parts of the state, the Supreme Court of Idaho ordered Thursday. Idaho. The new emergency order, effective Feb. 28, is the latest in a series governing state court …

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Houston man found guilty in federal court of underage sex trafficking faces life in prison | KTVE

LAFAYETTE, La. (KTVE/KARD) — On Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022, Kevondric Fezia, 26, of Houston, Tx. was convicted by a federal jury in Lafayette, Louisiana, of sex trafficking charges. On April 22, 2021, an indictment was returned by a federal grand jury charging Feiza and Calista Jenee Winfrey, 23, of Orange, …

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Michigan court throws out part of conviction in 2013 shooting death of Renisha McBride

DETROIT – A Detroit-area man who fatally shot a young woman on his porch will get a new sentencing hearing after the Michigan Supreme Court unanimously threw out part of his conviction on Wednesday. The court said Ted Wafer’s constitutional rights were violated when a jury was allowed to convict …

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Iowa Court of Appeals Upholds McCunn Murder Conviction | News

(Des Moines) – The Iowa Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction of a Red Oak man for first degree murder. In an opinion released Wednesday, a three-judge Court of Appeals panel upheld the District Court’s handling of the case in 2019, in which Toby McCunn was found guilty of …

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Brazos County District Court jury convicts and punishes former Texas A&M Christian student organization leader – Reuters

Photo by Jacob Pape from https://jailsearch.brazoscountytx.gov/JailSearch/default.aspx A former leader of a Texas A&M Christian student group has been convicted of sexually assaulting a woman he was dating. The Brazos County District Court jury that convicted Jacob Pape, 26, of Lubbock, sentenced him to seven years in prison. During the seven-day …

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Crown Court trials that have been halted by the pandemic are set to resume this week

Crown Court trials which have been postponed due to rising Covid cases resume this week – with the jury sworn in for a high-profile murder case. All Crown Court trials were halted in March 2020 as the pandemic affected all but essential court cases, resuming with caution in August of …

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Court events after the Parkland School shooting

On February 14, 2018, Nikolas Cruz took an Uber to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School with a black duffel bag. : Lives Lost in Parkland School ShootingFeb. 14, 2018After arriving at school, Cruz assembled his AR-15 rifle in the stairwell and opened fire in the “freshmen building”, killing 14 students …

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Appeals court overturns eavesdropping conviction of former Tehachapi resident | News

A eavesdropping conviction of former Tehachapi resident James Clinton “Clint” Davies was overturned by a Fresno appeals court on Feb. 8. Davies was found guilty on January 10, 2020 and later appealed the conviction. He was living in Tehachapi on May 7, 2019, when he requested a meeting with Police …

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North Carolina court overturns conviction for racial bias in jury selection

RALEIGH, North Carolina The North Carolina Supreme Court on Friday overturned a black man’s robbery conviction, determining that prosecutors wrongly blocked a potential juror from his trial due to racial bias. The 4-3 ruling marks the first time in state history, according to court authorities, that a criminal conviction has …

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Breonna Taylor Jury Selection Reaches End of Phase 1

By DYLAN LOVAN Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Attorneys concluded their individual questioning of potential jurors Friday in the trial of a former Kentucky police officer involved in the raid that left Breonna Taylor dead. The jury panel for former officer Brett Hankison’s trial was expanded to approximately 250 …

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Alleghany County Court dismisses felony charge against dad in connection to toddler’s death

ALLEGHANY COUNTY, Va. – A father walked out of Alleghany County Court without a conviction after a two-day retrial in connection with his son’s death. Benjamin Jacobsen has faced a felony charge after his two-year-old accidentally shot himself with Jacobsen’s gun. Tearful Harrisonburg church supporters hugged Jacobsen after leaving the …

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Court plans to interview 30 more potential jurors on Friday in federal hate crimes trial

BRUNSWICK, Ga. – As the pool of qualified potential jurors nears the total the judge wants before moving on to the next phase of jury selection, the plan Friday is to interview 30 more potential jurors in the federal hate crimes trial of the three men convicted of murdering Ahmaud …

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The Court of Appeal upholds the conviction of the Beaumont ISD contractor

On February 9, nearly eight years after former Beaumont Independent School District (BISD) contract electrician Calvin Walker was indicted in July 2014 for crimes alleging he defrauded the district of more than a million dollars through misleading documents, fake invoices and padded work orders, an appeal The court upheld the …

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Alaska’s court system faces large backlog of trials as courtrooms reopen after COVID-19 closures

Physical distancing markers are placed on the floor and plexiglass barriers are erected in a courtroom at the Nesbett Courthouse Wednesday, June 2, 2021 in Anchorage. (Loren Holmes/DNA) JUNEAU — As Alaska’s court system resumes jury trials after a pandemic-imposed suspension, it faces a large backlog and is seeking additional …

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Doctor tells court woman who stabbed her mother she may have ‘diminished liability’ defense

A DOCTOR who performed a psychiatric report on a woman who stabbed her mother to death told a jury there were potential grounds for an attenuated liability defense. But Dr Dinesh Maganty told the court that the defense of diminished liability due to Jessica Crane’s mental state would fail if …

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Encrypted messaging system used to procure gun for murder, court finds | UK News

A sophisticated encrypted telephone messaging system was used to provide a gun for one murder and to hatch a failed plot to commit another murder, an Old Bailey jury has heard during the trial of two men whose communications secrets were intercepted. The so-called EncroChat service was allegedly used to …

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Court sees 52 potential lawyers in US hate crime trial of Arbery killers

Atlanta, Feb 7 (Reuters) – The first round of jury selection ended on Monday evening with 52 potential lawyers being questioned in the U.S. federal hate crimes trial of the three white men who murdered Ahmaud Arbery, a black jogger who was chased and shot while running through a predominantly …

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Arbery killers’ unsuccessful pleas could complicate hate crime trial

By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) — Convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison, the men who prosecuted and killed Ahmaud Arbery have already faced serious hurdles in finding impartial jurors for their upcoming federal hate crimes trial . Now, with jury selection due to begin …

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Hollendorfer and the Stronach group ready to fight in court

The action for damages brought by trainer Jerry Hollendorfer against the Stronach Group and its subsidiary owners of Santa Anita Park and Golden Gate Fields is set to face a jury trial in Los Angeles Superior Court on February 14 following a pre-trial conference scheduled for Monday. Hollendorfer was banned …

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Virginia Military Institute to change student-run honor court meant to expel black people more often

LEXINGTON, Va. – The Virginia Military Institute said it will modify its student-run honor court to make it fairer for cadets as part of a response to a state-ordered investigation into the racism and sexism at school. VMI detailed the reforms in a progress report on Friday, The Washington Post …

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Waffle House Shooting Trial – Penalty Stage

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Short TV) – Rejecting his insanity plea, a jury found Travis Reinking guilty of four counts of first-degree murder, among several other attempted murder and weapons charges. Wearing only a jacket, Reinking opened fire on a Waffle House just outside Nashville in 2018. The sequestered jury will return …

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Court-related reform is on Senator Heather Somers’ list of priorities

For weeks late last year, State Senator Heather Somers sat in the gallery of a New London courtroom as the details of a brutal triple murder case unfolded in Griswold. “I had attended trials before, but this was the first murder trial I had attended,” she said on Friday. “It …

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Court Dismisses Charges Against Ex-Bank Of Oswego CEO – Finance and Banking

United States: Court dismisses charges against ex-Bank Of Oswego CEO February 04, 2022 Pryor Cashman LLP To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. Pryor Cashman is pleased to report that United States District Court Judge Michael Simon has dismissed with …

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Rape and murder cases should appear in court | Local News

A man accused of raping a child under 12 is due to stand trial later this month. Michael Rowland Hunter, 52, of Timberland Circle in Corbin, is charged with first-degree rape of a child under 12. Hunter was arrested by Laurel Sheriff officials on October 6, 2020 after an investigation …

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Colona man accused of killing toddler pleads not guilty in court appearance Wednesday | Local News

A Colona man accused of killing a child in January pleaded not guilty Wednesday afternoon to the multiple first-degree murder and aggravated battery charges he now faces. The 14-month-old girl died Sunday of injuries authorities said were caused by Rahsaan Malik Strawder, 38, of 710 4th St. on Thursday. The …

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North Carolina appellate judges overturn local court clerk’s dismissal order

RALEIGH, North Carolina A 2020 trial judge’s order removing an elected clerk from office in a central North Carolina county was overturned on Tuesday by a state appeals court, which raised questions of procedural and constitutional regarding the sanction. The three judges on the Court of Appeals panel unanimously decided …

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Rikki Neave’s mum tells court she was ‘horrified’ to be jailed for child cruelty

Ruth Neave (pictured in 2016) stood trial at Northampton Crown Court for the murder of Rikki in 1996 and was cleared by the jury The mother of murdered schoolboy Rikki Neave told a court today that she had used cannabis and amphetamines but was ‘horrified’ to be jailed for child …

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Federal Court Rejects Plea Agreement in Ahmaud Arbery Murder – JURIST

Two of the three men convicted of the 2020 murder of Ahmaud Arbery reached plea deals on Sunday, but the district judge Lisa Wood of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Georgia on Monday rejected the plea agreements. father and son duo Gregor and Travis McMichael, along …

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Luis Soberon addresses state criminal court backlog

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected virtually every facet of state government, and the Texas criminal courts are no exception. In an average pre-pandemic week, 186 criminal jury trials would take place across Texas. This figure has fallen to an average of 4 per week in 2020, despite many courts using …

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Prosecutors silence animal cruelty evidence in court

Wayne Hsiung, right, and Andrew Sharo of Direct Action Everywhere hold piglets during a filmed animal rescue at Circle 4, a Smithfield Foods facility in Utah, in early 2017. Photo: Courtesy of DxE In criminal trials, judges regularly decide that certain evidence or testimony is not presented to the jury. …

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Court hears Clint Davies appeal in Fresno | News

Oral arguments were heard on January 27 in People of the State of California v. James Clinton Davies. Three judges from the Fifth Appellate District of the State Court of Appeals heard the arguments – Herbert I. Levy, Charles S. Poochigian and Kathleen A. Meehan. The court is based in …

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Salisbury Crown Court: Man guilty of raping woman he met online

A man has been found guilty by Salisbury Crown Court of raping a woman he met on a dating site. Malcolm Compton, 59, of Carpenters Lane, Keynsham, appeared outside Salisbury Courthouse on Thursday January 27, where the jury returned a unanimous verdict after an hour and a half of deliberation. …

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Portrait of late City Judge Allen Smith unveiled at Riverhead Court

A portrait of the late City Judge Allen Smith was unveiled during a ceremony at Riverhead Justice Court yesterday afternoon. Smith, 77, who sat on the city bench for 20 years, died suddenly on July 25, 2020. His portrait hangs on the wall behind the jury box next to a …

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Kyle Rittenhouse goes to court to use gun in shootings

A Wisconsin judge is set to hear arguments over whether prosecutors should return Kyle Rittenhouse the assault rifle he used to shoot three people during a street protest ThroughThe Associated Press January 28, 2022, 05:07 • 3 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article MADISON, Wis. – A …

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Flack’s death sentence appeal to Kansas Supreme Court next week

Kansas Courts Chart. A death row inmate found in Emporia shortly after the deaths of four people near Ottawa will have his final appeal next week in Kansas Supreme Court. Kyle Flack has numerous items he plans to present to the state high court during his hearing, which begins Monday. …

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Supreme Court bombshell paves way for first black woman on court, after Biden pledge

Internet Explorer 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. So many losses: Judge who inflicted MAGA losses on Obamacare, voting, to quit SCOTUS 09:14 Now Playing The SCOTUS bomb paves the way for the first black woman in the field, after Biden’s commitment …

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Governor Greg Abbott urges court to allow unilateral prosecution of voter fraud by Texas AG Ken Paxton

AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and other top Texas Republicans have joined Attorney General Ken Paxton in urging the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals to overturn its recent ruling that Paxton would not cannot prosecute electoral fraud unilaterally. In separate statements Tuesday, Abbott and Patrick chastised …

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Conviction of Mexican drug lord ‘El Chapo’ upheld by US appeals court

NEW YORK, Jan 25 (Reuters) – Mexican drug kingpin known as “El Chapo” will remain in jail after a U.S. appeals court refused to overturn his drug trafficking conviction in 2019 despite a report that jurors followed the case in the media during its successful trial. A three-judge panel at …

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Fraternal Order of Police argues for Darby in appeals court

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – A national police organization has joined the case for former Huntsville Police Department officer William Darby, who was convicted of murder in the 2018 on-duty shooting death of Jeffery Parker . Parker had called 911 to report that he was feeling suicidal. The Fraternal Order of …

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U.S. Supreme Court takes up Taser maker’s battle with FTC

Get instant alerts when news breaks on your stocks. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. By Andrew Chung (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Monday to hear Axon Enterprise Inc’s request to revive its constitutional challenge to the structure of the Federal Trade Commission …

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Mahoning judge denies motion to ban press in court | News, Sports, Jobs

YOUNGSTOWN — Attorney for aggravated murder defendant Robert L. Moore recently asked Judge Maureen Sweeney of the Mahoning County Common Pleas Court to exclude reporters from certain hearings in the Moore case. Moore is charged with the 2009 disappearance and presumed death of Glenna J. White, a 16-year-old girl from …

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Anti-doping trial pauses for weekend, but court filings do not

Through TD Thornton Although youhe federal racehorse doping conspiracy test for veterinarian Seth Fishman and his an assistantLisa Giannelli, on break for the weekend, lawyers on both sides rest dranksy saturday and sunday, filing petitions with the court the admissibility of proof concerning an equine death and the way spiritnesses …

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An animal rights activist was in court on criminal charges. Why was the case suddenly dismissed? | Animal wellbeing

OWhen animal rights activist Matt Johnson last made national headlines, he was in disguise. He appeared on Fox Business in December 2020 sporting a buzz cut and a button down (very different from his usual casual attire) and impersonated the CEO of Smithfield Foods. The pork giant he claimed to …

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Appeals court upholds child molestation convictions of Richmond man

INDIANAPOLIS — A Richmond man has lost his bid to overturn two child molestation convictions. Randy L. Bussen, 31, is serving a 37-year sentence at the Miami Correctional Facility at Bunker Hill, according to Indiana Department of Corrections records. Its scheduled release date is July 22, 2050. A Wayne County …

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Missouri Supreme Court Passes Key Constitutional Right

The confrontation clause of the Sixth Amendment states “[i]In all criminal proceedings, the accused enjoys the right . . . be confronted with prosecution witnesses. » This means that testimony against the accused must be live and present in the courtroom, in that, in the words of the United States …

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Criminal case against former Celadon executives in court

Eric Meek, seen here in 2016, will face trial on 10 counts of fraud and misrepresentation. (IBJ Photo/Eric Learned) More than two years after being indicted on multiple fraud charges, two former Celadon Group Inc. executives will soon have their day in court, pandemic permitting. As of now, a four-week …

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Worcester Federal Court Judge Timothy Hillman to retire in July

WORCESTER — Timothy S. Hillman, the longtime former county judge who presided over Worcester federal court for the past decade, will retire from regular active duty in July, the court recently announced. Hillman — who served as a Fitchburg city attorney before being appointed as a judge of the Gardner …

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Brazos County District Court jury convicts and convicts former College Station high school teacher of having inappropriate relationship with student – Reuters

Photo by Gregory Stanley from https://jailsearch.brazoscountytx.gov/JailSearch/default.aspx A Brazos County District Court jury convicted and punished a former College Station High School teacher for engaging in an inappropriate sexual relationship with a student. Greg Stanley, 48, was arrested in August 2015. This was after the victim told College Station police that …

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Court date reset for 80-year-old Bay Area man charged with intending to have sex with a minor in the Philippines

Proceedings have been postponed in a federal case involving an 80-year-old Vallejo man accused of traveling to the Philippines with the intent to have illicit sex with a child and conspiring to do the same. Balbino Guerrero Sablad, who was indicted on July 15 by a federal grand jury in …

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New Jersey High Court skeptical of Union Carbide asbestos verdict

By Bill Wichert (January 19, 2022, 8:32 PM EST) — The New Jersey Supreme Court on Wednesday cast doubt on a widow’s attempt to restore a $2.38 million verdict against the Dow Chemical Union unit Carbide, the judges are examining whether manufacturers could fulfill their obligation to warn workers of …

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California District Court Allows Prosecution of New SEC Insider Trading Theory | Shearman & Sterling LLP

On January 14, 2022, Judge William Orrick of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California issued an order denying a former biopharmaceutical company executive’s motion to dismiss and allowing the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) to bring a first-of-its-kind insider trading action against an insider of …

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New charge filed against Castleman after Supreme Court overturns child abuse conviction | News, Sports, Jobs

The Ward County State’s Attorney’s Office filed a new Class C felony charge of possession of an electronic device against Brent Allen Castleman, 54, a week after the North Dakota Supreme Court ruled that his child abuse conviction should be overturned. Her father, Vance Allen Castleman, 78, is charged with …

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Released Missouri inmate sues for medical treatment in prison

Posted on January 18, 2022 at 4:27 p.m. and updated on January 18, 2022 at 4:27 p.m. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Kansas City man released from prison after serving more than 40 years for a wrongful conviction is suing the company that provides medical care to Missouri jail …

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January 18, 2022 – Red Bluff Daily News

The following defendants were convicted in Tehama County Superior Court, according to the Tehama County District Attorney’s Office. People on the list of defendants are innocent until proven guilty: Recent engagements in state/local prisons People v Angela Sullyharbord, second degree burglary, a felony; Failure to appear, a crime. Brief History: …

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Tex McIver is appealing his life sentence to the Georgia Supreme Court

Tex McIver was convicted of felony murder on April 23, 2018 in the death of his wife. ATLANTA — Four years after Claud Lee “Tex” McIver was convicted of murdering his wife, his attorneys will appeal his life sentence to the Georgia Supreme Court. Tex McIver was convicted of felony …

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Lucinda Creighton’s statement about Lisa Smith is a ‘blatant contempt of court’, judges say

A statement by a former minister of state regarding Lisa Smith’s attempt to dismiss charges against her, including being a member of the Islamic State, is ‘a flagrant contempt of court’, says the Special Criminal Court . Michael O’Higgins SC, for former Defense Force member Ms Smith, said on Monday …

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Court finds Jeffco judge wrongly terminated father’s rights

District Court Judge Ann Gail Meinster should have granted the request to postpone the February hearing, a three-judge panel of the Court of Appeals decided. JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — A Jefferson County judge refused to postpone proceedings and instead terminated a father’s parental rights as he struggled to tune into …

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The emails between the judge and the prosecutor did not spoil the trial

ALLEGAN, Mich. (AP) — A man convicted of criminal sexual behavior does not deserve a new trial despite learning the judge was sharing her opinion on the case via email with the county attorney, the court heard. call from Michigan. Daniel Loew had obtained a new trial, but the 2-1 …

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Cuatro’s parents must return to court | News

LANCASTER — The parents of a four-year-old Palmdale boy who died in July 2019 are due to appear in an Antelope Valley courtroom Tuesday morning for a preliminary hearing into their son’s death. A grand jury indicted Ursula Elaine Juarez, now 27, and Jose Maria Cuatro Jr., now 30, with …

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Fields is trying to appeal his conviction to the state Supreme Court | August 12

James Alex Fields Jr., serving a life sentence for first-degree murder, is trying to appeal his criminal conviction to the Supreme Court of Virginia. Fields was arrested on August 12, 2017, after driving his Dodge Challenger into a crowd of anti-racism protesters, killing Heather Heyer and injuring dozens. He filed …

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Peterborough murder defendant ‘had anger issues’, court told

Daniel Szalasny Daniel Szalasny (22) died after being stabbed in the heart at a party in Crown Street, Peterborough, in May last year. Bradley Plavecz (20) of Arkwright Way, Peterborough has admitted to stabbing Mr Szalasny, but denies murder. ADHD is said to mean his ability to exercise control, which …

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Indictments and Court Dates Await Subjects Charged with Child Sex Crimes in Franklin County

The five men arrested in Franklin County on Nov. 29 on various child sex abuse charges face arraignment or other court dates. Travis Hedrick, 31, Gray Summit; Kodey Struckhoff, 18, Union; Dylan Downey, 25, St. Clair; Brett Valley, 23, Bourbon, and Christopher Stein, 31, New Haven, were all arrested Nov. …

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Santa Clara County Sheriff refuses to address corruption allegations in court – NBC Bay Area

Appearing via Zoom in plain clothes for her first court appearance, Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith did not formally respond to charges of corruption and misconduct brought by the grand jury in December. His attorney, Allen Ruby, said the sheriff planned to contest the charges and file a statement …

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Chaos in court as garden tool killers are jailed for the murder of a man in the street

There was chaos in court as two men were jailed for the gruesome murder of a man who was stabbed in the head in the street with a spiked garden tool. Humberside police had to intervene after what a lawyer described as “shameful” scenes as two men were jailed for …

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Wayne Co. judge suspended by state Supreme Court for misconduct

The Michigan Supreme Court on Thursday suspended Wayne County Circuit Court Judge Bruce Morrow for six months without pay for judicial misconduct. Last year, the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission found that Morrow committed judicial misconduct by abusing his power and position as a judge when he used sexually graphic language …

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Court upholds Grover Cannon’s conviction for the 2015 murder of Shreveport cop Thomas LaValley

SHREVEPORT, Louisiana (KSLA) – The Louisiana 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday upheld the conviction of the man who was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Shreveport cop Thomas LaValley. Grover Cannon was tried for a week in 2019, and then was found guilty and sentenced. …

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Prince Andrew to face civil action in US and court rules – NBC New York

Britain’s Prince Andrew will face civil action in New York over allegations of sexual abuse linked to his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, a federal judge has ruled. Virginia Giuffre alleges that the late financier Jeffrey Epstein tricked her into Prince Andrew for sexual purposes while she was underage. The royal …

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Mercedes Jefflo, Brandon Poitra, Kylee Starr Charged by Federal Court with Intent to Deliver Methamphetamine and Fentanyl to New Town | News, Sports, Jobs

Mercedes Shawnama Jefflo, 26, of Los Angeles, Calif., Brandon Paul Poitra, 29, and Kylee Jade Starr, 18, of New Town, have been charged in a United States district court with conspiracy to distribute 50 grams or more of a mixture of methamphetamine and possession with intent to dispense fentanyl and …

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Jury seated to hear Kenosha County triple homicide case

Posted on January 11, 2022 at 4:47 p.m. and updated on January 11, 2022 at 4:47 p.m. KENOSHA, Wisconsin (AP) – A jury has been selected by the Kenosha County Circuit Court to hear the case against a man accused of killing three people and injuring three others in a …

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Lawyers for alleged ISIS operative Lisa Smith ask court to dismiss charges against her

A FORMER member of the Defense Forces seeks to have the charges of belonging to the so-called Islamic State (IS) and terrorist financing dropped before the Special Criminal Court. Lawyers for Louth’s wife Lisa Smith, 39, have filed for dismissal of the case against her. 1 Lisa Smith in court …

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Genesee circuit court demands face coverings to enter courthouse amid growing spread of COVID-19

GENESEE COUNTY, MI – Genesee County Circuit and Estate Courts have passed new restrictions as the county reports its highest number of COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic. Courts announced the new protocols on Monday, January 10, four days after the county set a new single-day coronavirus case …

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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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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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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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Criminal charges against ‘Gasland’ driller brought to court

Gas driller waived his right to a preliminary hearing on criminal charges for acting with “long-term indifference” to a Pennsylvania community where high levels of methane have seeped into groundwater supplies residential Through MICHAEL RUBINKAM Associated Press January 7, 2022, 18:54 • 3 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on …

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Watch: Reactions to Colston 4 verdict after defendants released from court

On Wednesday, a jury found the Colston 4s not guilty of criminal damage to a statue of slave trader Edward Colston they helped topple in the summer of 2020. Jurors took just under three hours to take their decision. In this video, Cable presenter Priyanka Raval speaks with a defense …

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Restrictions on some court hearings expected from next week

Criminal trials statewide are expected to be suspended for at least a fortnight, to be announced tomorrow. The new legal tenure begins next week, but the Courts Service believes that Omicron now makes it virtually impossible to call people for jury service, to be made up of eleven foreigners. In …

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Prince Andrew’s audience: settlement with Giuffre “remains an option”

Prince Andrew in “difficult situation”, according to royal correspondent-.mp4 A settlement with accuser Virginia Giuffre remains an option for Prince Andrew if a judge decides the case should go to trial. The news comes as the final hearing in the case between Ms Giuffre and Prince Andrew was called a …

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Most Kane County Court cases will be done remotely over the next four weeks

The Kane County Circuit Court will conduct most cases remotely from January 10 to February 4 due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in Kane County and across the state. Chief Justice Clint Hull announced the measure on Wednesday. Only jury trials and requests for protection orders will be dealt …

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Prince Andrew hearing: Duke in “difficult situation” after “horrible day” in court

Prince Andrew in “difficult situation”, according to royal correspondent-.mp4 The final hearing in the case between Virginia Giuffre and Prince Andrew was a “horrible day” for the Duke, legal and royal experts have said. The judge overseeing Prince Andrew’s offer to dismiss a lawsuit against Virginia Giuffre has vowed to …

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Idaho court overturns conviction of drunk driver in death of 24-year-old female Eagle

A man’s conviction for manslaughter at the wheel of a vehicle in the death of a 24-year-old Eagle woman has been overturned by the Idaho Supreme Court. Adam Paulson, 46, was sentenced to 15 years in prison, including five years fixed, by 4th District Judge Deborah Bail after his jury …

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Army judge issues extraordinary ruling, raising threshold for sexual assault court martial prosecutors

An army judge in Germany said this week that a lieutenant colonel charged with sexual assault will require a unanimous guilty verdict in order to be found guilty at his next court martial. (Alexander Riedel / Stars and Stripes) STUTTGART, Germany – A US military officer charged with sexual assault …

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Former school staff accused of child sexual abuse: court documents

SOUTHOLD, NY – A former Southold School District bus driver and janitor was arrested on Sunday on a Suffolk County arrest warrant on child sexual conduct charges, police said. Southold Town Police Chief Martin Flatley said Joseph Flythe, 40, was arrested at 1:11 p.m. on Sunday at the Vineyard View …

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Superior Court Suspends Jury Trials for January Due to Rising COVID-19 Rates | News

CONCORD – Superior Court Chief Justice Tina Nadeau has announced the postponement of all jury and grand jury trials in New Hampshire Superior Court statewide until January. The Superior Court had already scheduled a break in jury trials last week in January following the recommendation of the Task Force on …

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court: Registering to Do Business Does Not Constitute Consent to General Personal Jurisdiction

In law as in real estate, “location, location, location”. Where a case is filed is often critical to the outcome. Juries and case law vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. In some states, any written complaint on paper is sufficient; in others, a claimant must actually plead the facts to avoid …

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The lawsuits against UNCSA are among several major legal developments in 2021. | criminality

Man says policeman assaulted him over loud music John Mackey Jr. told the Winston-Salem Journal that in March 2020 a Winston-Salem police officer used a racist insult against him and then later assaulted him with a taser while he was lying on the ground, unarmed. The officer allegedly complained to …

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Court of appeals, insensitive to alleged threat of witness, overturns Albany case

At New York’s second highest court, its definition would not include the actions of Christopher Bryant, a defendant who appealed to jail to ask his alleged victim to “do the right thing.” The woman, in turn, did not testify against him. of fear. As a result, Bryant, 29, known as …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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