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Circuit Court judge denies bail to man accused of harassing Oxford mayor – The Oxford Eagle

Lafayette County Circuit Court Judge Kent Smith denied bail and ordered a psychiatric evaluation for a local man charged with aggravated stalking of Oxford Mayor Robyn Tannehill. In a preliminary hearing, the court heard a case against Matt Reardon, 35, for breaching a restraining order that Robyn and Rhea Tannehill …

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Could the legal battle between SGRE and GE have implications for the entire wind industry?

The battle of the titans may have only just begun, with Siemens Gamesa and GE battling over intellectual property (IP) in US federal courts in at least two venues across the US. Companies can settle out of court but the fight has already been costly and high-stakes. Next up is …

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High Court finds ‘state of mind’ relevant in prosecution of prescribers under Controlled Substance Act | Quarles & Brady LLP

Last week, the Supreme Court (“the Court”) ruled that the provision of the federal Controlled Substances Act (the “Act”) that criminalizes the distribution of a controlled substance “unless authorized” includes a mens rea requirement. The Court ruled that once a defendant prescriber produces evidence that he was authorized to dispense …

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Court delay? Couple accused of daughter’s murder claim exposure to COVID

CLINTON- The long-awaited arraignment of a couple accused of leaving their daughter to waste away on a couch for years will be delayed after the pair claim exposure to COVID. The hearing in Clinton was scheduled for Tuesday, but will continue when a judge hears the case, prosecutors say. Sheila …

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Supreme Court agrees to hear Cuomo Aide bribery appeal in pay-to-play scheme

The Supreme Court has agreed to review the bribery convictions of Joe Percoco, a longtime aide to former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in a case that could call into question the legality of the honest services fraud prosecution. Facing opposition from the Biden administration, the High Court decided on …

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High Court review of case frees jailed ‘Buffalo Billions’ entrepreneur CEO | 2022-07-03

High Court review of case frees jailed ‘Buffalo Billions’ entrepreneur CEO | 2022-07-03 | News-Record Engineering This website requires certain cookies to function and uses other cookies to help you have the best experience. By visiting this website, some cookies have already been set, which you can delete and block. …

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Amber Heard asks court to overturn Johnny Depp’s big win

Actress Amber Heard leaves the Fairfax County Courthouse on June 1, 2022 in Fairfax, Virginia. Actress Amber Heard wants a court in Virginia to overturn the actor of the judgment of more than 10 million dollars Johnny Depp recently won against her in the duo’s epic smear battle. A detailed …

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Supreme Court security chief asks Maryland governor and county to do more to protect justices

Supreme Court Marshal Gail Curley sent letters to Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) and Montgomery County, Md., Executive Marc Elrich (D) demanding they enforce existing laws and do a better work to protect judges whose lives have been threatened. Newsmax’s Greta Van Susteren revealed the existence of the letters in …

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Georgia high court rightly overturned murder convictions, legal experts say

ExploreGeorgia Supreme Court throws out Harris murder conviction in hot car case The court again made headlines days after that decision by overturning the conviction of McIver, a prominent Atlanta attorney who shot and killed his wife from the backseat of an SUV. In its unanimous decision, the court said …

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Georgia court dismisses ex-Fisher & Phillips attorney’s murder conviction

Claud “Tex” McIver is serving a life sentence for the murder of his wife Diane Georgia Supreme Court says jurors should have been allowed to consider a lesser charge of manslaughter June 30 – Georgia’s Supreme Court on Thursday overturned the murder conviction of former Fisher & Phillips partner Claud …

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State Supreme Court considers amount of evidence sufficient to prove identity in prior convictions | Courts

An El Paso County jury convicted Enrique Gorostieta in 2019 of possession of a weapon by a former offender. To determine it was the same Enrique Gorostieta who had a drug conviction in 2016, jurors were told the name, date of birth and county matched, and they were also given …

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Alaska Supreme Court overturns murder conviction in 2011 ‘snitch murder’ case

Marquinn Jones-Nelson during her sentencing hearing on May 6, 2014 at the Anchorage Courthouse. The Alaska Supreme Court last week overturned Jones-Nelson’s murder conviction in the 2011 murder of Devante Jordan. (Loren Holmes/DNA Archive) The Alaska Supreme Court overturned the conviction of a 32-year-old Anchorage man sentenced to nearly 60 …

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Supreme Court overturns ‘invalid’ Flint water crisis charges against Snyder and 8 others ⋆ Michigan Advance

Update, 1:52 PM, 6/28/22 with statement from Snyder’s legal team Michigan’s Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a judge lacks the power in 2021 to indict former GOP Governor Rick Snyder, Snyder’s former chief health officer and seven others on charges related to the water crisis in Flint. The Michigan legislature …

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U.S. Supreme Court sides with doctors challenging opioid convictions

June 27 (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday gave two doctors convicted of abusing their licenses amid the opioid epidemic in the United States to write thousands of prescriptions for addictive painkillers another chance to challenge their convictions. Judges ruled 9-0 in favor of Xiulu Ruan and Shakeel …

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The remaining seven cases before the Supreme Court this quarter

Seven disputes remain to be decided. The judges are grappling with the case of Joe Kennedy, a former Washington state high school football coach at a public school who lost his job for praying on the 50-yard line after games. The school district said it suspended Kennedy to avoid giving …

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Trump’s lasting legacy grows as Supreme Court overturns Roe

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden rarely mentions his predecessor by name. But as he spoke to a nation dealing with seismic change in women’s rights, he could not ignore the legacy of Donald Trump. “It was three judges appointed by a President – ​​Donald Trump – who were at the …

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Ocala, Florida criminal cases are solved with jail time

A jury found a man guilty in a trial last week at the Marion County Judiciary Center, and another man chose not to take a chance on a trial and instead resolved his case with a plea bargain. Brian Carl Vanepps was sentenced to life in prison after being found …

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Former Minneapolis officer who killed 911 caller to be released

By AMY FORLITI Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an unarmed woman who called 911 to report a possible sexual assault in the driveway behind her home is set to be released from jail next week, months after his murder conviction was overturned …

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Top Entertainment Business Loan Options

Obtaining an Entertainment Loan Getting suitable entertainment business loans may help creatives and entrepreneurs bring their ideas off the ground and share their work with their community. For many artists and performers, negotiating the business world is complex, confusing, and tedious. To develop a short film, a play, an album, …

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Alleged descendant of ‘Dad’ Renty Taylor can sue Harvard: Court

Placeholder while loading article actions A woman who says she is descended from slaves photographed because a racist Harvard scientist can sue the school for emotional distress after it “cavaliantly” ignored his requests for information and recognition, Massachusetts’ highest court ruled Thursday. But the court rejected the woman’s request to …

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Middletown woman charged with her sister’s murder returns to court to be heard on insanity plea

MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (WXIX) – A Middletown woman charged with the murder of her sister will return to court Thursday for a hearing on her insanity plea. Butler County Court of Common Pleas Judge Keith Spaeth recently ruled that Monica Pennington has been reinstated and set her trial for September 12. …

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July jury rolls released | Court News

The following citizens have been summoned for jury duty in Jackson County Superior Court at the Jackson County Justice Center in Courtroom 1401 Grindstaff Cove Road, Sylva for a term of approximately one week. Before showing up, call 631-6405 after 5:30 p.m. the day before the service date for a …

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Stillwater man charged with starting fire at Mission of Hope returns to court

June 20 – Trevor Chapman was arrested and charged with arson after police and firefighters responded to Mission of Hope in February. Stillwater Police Officer Caleb Cassidy wrote in the probable cause affidavit that two people at the scene told him Chapman barricaded himself in one of the rooms, started …

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Waukesha Parade attack suspect back in court

WAUKESHA, Wis. – The man accused of killing six people and injuring dozens more during the Waukesha Christmas Parade will be back in court on Tuesday. Darrell Brooks faces 83 charges in Waukesha County Court. His lawyers will again ask the judge for a change of venue. They don’t believe …

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Damien McElrath challenges double jeopardy in Supreme Court

Damien Cornell McElrath was convicted in 2014 and 2017 of murdering his mother. COBB COUNTY, Georgia — After two trials, the case of a western Cobb County man will be argued in Georgia Supreme Court on Tuesday following his conviction in the death of his mother. His legal team is …

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New Mexico Supreme Court Clarifies Legal Framework for Use of Social Media Evidence in Trial – Los Alamos Reporter

NEWS FROM THE SUPREME COURT The state Supreme Court has clarified requirements for allowing social media communications as evidence in New Mexico legal proceedings. In a unanimous opinion, the state’s highest court for the first time addressed a legal issue regarding guidelines governing the admissibility of social media evidence. The …

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Iowa Supreme Court cuts damages in $8 million libel case

The Iowa Supreme Court reduced damages from $11 million to nearly $3 million in a libel suit against an Iowan who brought charges against his former employer. The lack of sufficient evidence of the employer’s loss of earnings and the current social media climate played a role in the court’s …

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Civil and family cases delayed as New Brunswick court handles high number of jury trials – New Brunswick

The Court of Queen’s Bench of New Brunswick says it will have to adjourn some civil and family trials due to judicial vacancies, an unprecedented number of jury trials and a large number of cases of child protection. The chief justice of the court wrote last week to members of …

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Supreme Court rejects conviction appeal of founder of opioid maker Insys

(Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected offers by Insys Therapeutics Inc. founder John Kapoor and another former drugmaker executive to overturn their convictions for conspiring to bribing doctors to prescribe addictive opioids and defrauding insurers into paying for them. The judges rejected appeals by Mr. Kapoor, the …

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Federal grand jury charges Nicholas Roske with conspiring to kill Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh

1/4 Prosecutors say Nicholas Roske was upset by the mass shooting in Texas that killed 19 children and feared Judge Brett Kavanaugh would relax requirements for gun owners. File photo by Kevin Dietsch/UPI | License picture June 16 (UPI) — A federal grand jury has indicted a California man with …

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Florida court rejects attempt to suppress grand jury report on school safety

An appeals court on Wednesday rejected attempts to block disclosure of information in a final report by a statewide grand jury formed to investigate school safety and other issues after the 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. A three-judge panel in the 4th District Court …

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High Court: the names of the jurors will remain anonymous

PHOENIX — Arizonans have no legal right to know the names of jurors who decide criminal cases. The state Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected arguments by the publisher of the Cochise County Record that there is a First Amendment right of the public to know not just who sits on …

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Four men charged in federal court for illegal possession of firearms and narcotics | USAO-SDGA

SAVANNAH, GA: Four defendants are among those facing federal charges including drug trafficking and unlawful possession of firearms after separate grand jury indictments in the Southern District of Georgia, while the Recent actions in U.S. District Court include guilty pleas and criminal convictions related to illegal possession of firearms. Charged …

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U.S. Supreme Court denies conviction appeal of founder of opioid maker Insys

June 13 (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected offers by Insys Therapeutics Inc founder John Kapoor and another former drugmaker executive to overturn their convictions for conspiring to to bribe doctors to prescribe addictive opioids and defraud insurers into paying for them. Judges dismissed appeals by Kapoor, …

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Pocatello man sentenced in federal court for trafficking meth and heroin

The following is a press release from the United States Department of Justice for the District of Idaho. POCATELLO – After a four-day trial, a federal jury sitting in Pocatello found Adam Lee Vallely, 46, of Pocatello guilty of one count of conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, one count of …

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Holcomb chooses Judge Derek Molter to join the Indiana Supreme Court

Gov. Eric Holcomb announced on Friday that he has chosen Appeals Court Judge Derek Molter as the next member of the Indiana Supreme Court. Molter will replace outgoing Supreme Court Justice Steven David. Molter was appointed to the Court of Appeals by Governor Holcomb and began his service on October …

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‘He didn’t do anything’: Higher court releases reasons for reinstatement of adoptive father’s conviction | National

OTTAWA – The Supreme Court of Canada has released written reasons for its decision to uphold the conviction of a foster father for the starvation of a child and the imminent death of his sister. Both were in the care of Kevin Goforth and his wife. The high court reinstated …

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Davison County Criminal Court for June 7

June 9 – MITCHELL – The following cases were among those heard Tuesday in a circuit court session at the Davison County Public Safety Center, Judge Chris Giles presiding. * Shavar Glapsy, 38, of Mitchell, pleaded not guilty to first degree burglary, a Class 2 felony which carries a maximum …

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Bento accused of being evasive and dishonest in court

A delivery cyclist charged with the murder of teenager Josh Dunne has been accused of being evasive and dishonest in his testimony which he gave to gardaí and in court. In his closing argument to the jury, Sean Guerin for the prosecution also said the fact that George Gonzaga Bentos …

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Supreme Court justices could decide this month whether the Alain Kaloyeros case merits further consideration

ALBANY — The U.S. Supreme Court could decide by the end of the month whether to consider a request by Albany Nanotech founder Alain Kaloyeros to overturn his 2018 wire fraud conviction. The court revealed on Tuesday that it had distributed copies of Kaloyeros’ petition, known as the writ of …

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The most-watched court cases in television history

On March 3, 1991, video shows Rodney King being brutally attacked by LAPD officers after an 8-mile police chase. The footage was widely broadcast on television news, sparking nationwide anger over King’s treatment. King, who was on parole for theft, was released without charge. Meanwhile, the four officers have been …

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Hopkins’ chaotic sexual assault trial drags on — and there’s not much the court can do about it

Stephen Hopkins continues to represent himself in his sexual assault trial, and despite the delays and upheaval, there’s not much the court can do about it. (Malone Mullin/CBC) As a protracted sexual assault trial in St. John’s enters its second month, the accused continues to delay proceedings and lecture the …

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Johnny Depp plots career revival after court win over Amber Heard

Placeholder while loading article actions Less than a week after winning a defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife Amber Heard, Johnny Depp seems ready to relaunch his career. British guitarist Jeff Beck announced at a concert in Gateshead, England that he will be releasing a new album with the 58-year-old actor, …

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Two lawyers fight over a bench seat in Kitsap County District Court

Voters will choose a new judge to sit on the Kitsap County District Court bench in November, and they will choose between local attorneys Shane Seaman and Stan Glisson for the position. The two are vying for the seat currently held by Judge Marilyn Paja, who has served on the …

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Lake County News, Calif. – Superior Court Says Jury Selection Must Return to Courthouse; criminal schedules to return to in-person appearances

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. — The Lake County Superior Court has said that due to low COVID-19 transmission rates, it plans to return to courthouse jury selection and in-person appearances in criminal cases. . Almost a year ago, Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Public Health removed all physical …

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Hoggard trial jurors review testimony after telling court they were deadlocked

TORONTO — Jurors in the sexual assault trial of Canadian musician Jacob Hoggard began reviewing hours of testimony Friday night after telling the court they were still at an impasse. TORONTO — Jurors in the sexual assault trial of Canadian musician Jacob Hoggard began reviewing hours of testimony Friday night …

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Jaime Resende loses in Massachusetts Court of Appeals

BROCKTON — The state Court of Appeals has ruled against a Brockton man who remains in jail despite being found not guilty of murder. This is the latest in a series of legal losses for Jaime Resende. The Court of Appeal rejected Resende’s argument that he had ineffective counsel when …

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Harvey Weinstein’s sex crimes conviction upheld by New York court

A New York appeals court on Thursday upheld Harvey Weinstein’s 2020 conviction for sex crimes, raising the likelihood that the disgraced film producer will serve a significant portion of his 23-year sentence. Since last summer, Mr. Weinstein, 70, has been awaiting trial in Los Angeles, where he has been charged …

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Coal Ash Workers Case Heard in Tennessee Supreme Court

NASHVILLE, TN — Tennessee Supreme Court justices asked numerous questions Wednesday of a company that is fighting lawsuits alleging its employees fell ill or died after cleaning up the nation’s worst coal ash spill, which occurred there over ten years ago. The oral arguments centered on Jacobs Engineering’s assertion that …

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District Court suspends trials due to spike in COVID-19 | New

The Virgin Islands District Court issued a new order Monday, reinstating some COVID-19-related restrictions and postponing all in-person trials until at least the end of June due to rising active infections in the territory. Chief Justice Robert Molloy issued the 38th order regarding court operations during the COVID-19 outbreak. Given …

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Johnny Depp and Amber Heard: Wasting court time and our taxes

by Kerry Dougherty Anyone remember John Allen Muhammed? In 2002, with the country still tense after the 2001 terrorist attacks, Muhammed and a young accomplice, Lee Boyd Malvo, began shooting innocent civilians from the trunk of a car in suburban Washington DC. In total, the two psychopaths killed 10 people. …

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Overhauled Court Procedures in Inmate Murder and Attempted Murder Cases – The Vacaville Reporter

A trial date in Solano County Superior Court is still pending for a 30-year-old man accused of attempting to kill a Solano County jail guard more than two years ago, but his date of Jury trial for killing a fellow visitor more than four years ago in Fairfield remains on …

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What Johnny Depp Ate In Court And How Amber Heard’s Legal Team Used It In Their Case

As Johnny Depp sat in court with his legal team during a defamation argument with his ex-wife Amber Heard, he munched on candy and drew on a sketchbook. And Heard’s legal team used those behaviors during the trial to suggest Depp had an unfavorable personality trait. Keep reading to find …

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Why is Bill Cosby back in court this time?

Disgraced comedian Bill Cosby is facing another sexual assault allegation in court after being released from jail last year. Here’s what you need to know: Why is Bill Cosby back in court? Is he facing charges? Cosby is being sued by Judy Huth, who claims the comedian sexually assaulted her …

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Family sues in federal court after Aurora woman killed by police

The family of a Missouri woman who was fatally shot by Aurora-Marionville police in 2018, has filed a federal lawsuit against the municipalities and police officers involved. In May 2018, 21-year-old Savannah Hill was fatally shot by an Aurora-Marionville police officer in what was believed to be a traffic stop …

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In double murder trial, court heard Rutherford’s bedroom was ‘essentially a bonfire’

Learn more about the Dundas arson attacks The arsonist stood in their bedroom doorway and threw a flame at the accelerator poured out at the foot of their bed. The flame – possibly from a match, lighter or candle – touched the vapor from the accelerator – possibly lighter fluid …

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Crumbley’s parents ‘receive far worse treatment in the court of public opinion than the actual shooter’ – The Oakland Press

Lawyers for parents of accused school shooter Ethan Crumbley asked an Oakland County judge to move their cases out of Oakland County or have the jury selected from nonresident Oakland County residents – claiming that otherwise the couple would not get a fair trial on their manslaughter charges related to …

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Judge upsets court schedule to speed up Flint water crisis trial

FLINT, MI – A federal judge has said she will allow more time for a civil trial related to the Flint water crisis starting next week, an effort to move faster as the case threatens to escalate. extend throughout the summer. U.S. District Court Judge Judith E. Levy on Wednesday …

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Bartow County gang leader convicted in federal court

A federal jury found Maurice Antonio Kent guilty of RICO conspiracy, violent crime for the benefit of racketeering, discharging a firearm during the commission of these violent crimes and possession of a firearm as a criminal sentenced. “The 135 Pirus gang is a violent criminal organization whose members have committed …

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May 24, 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 Persons against Lionel Urzua: officer escapes while driving recklessly, a felony, failure to appear on own …

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Supreme Court limits inmate challenges on basis of poor legal aid

“The sprawling evidence hearing in Jones is particularly poignant,” he wrote as an example. “Apparently to assess cause and harm under Martinez, the district court ordered a seven-day hearing that included testimony from no less than 10 witnesses, including defense counsel, post-sentence defense counsel , the lead detective in charge …

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As Bradley Lawsuit Calls, Court Weighs Dueling Motions Involving Co-Defendant – Only in Bridgeport®

Bradley with his 2018 campaign treasurer, Jessica Martinez. Jury selection in State Senator Dennis Bradley’s federal campaign finance trial is set to take place May 31 before U.S. District Judge Victor Bolden who will decide whether Bradley and alleged former co-conspirator Jessica Martinez will sit. together at the defense table. …

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Florida has a firewall protecting abortion rights. The DeSantis Supreme Court could change that.

“I don’t think anyone is naive that the Florida Supreme Court has become more conservative,” said state Rep. Anna Eskamani (D-Orlando), who worked for Planned Parenthood. “But they haven’t decided on an abortion case yet. It will be the first for a long time. » Florida’s recently approved abortion ban …

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Updates from Johnny Depp’s live trial of Amber Heard: Heard’s defense tells court about actor’s ‘erratic’ behavior

Johnny Depp Arrived Late to Shoot ‘Almost Every Movie’, Ex-Agent Says DISCLAIMER: This live blog contains allegations of physical and sexual abuse that some readers may find distressing. Amber Heard’s defense continues in the defamation lawsuit brought against her by her ex-husband Johnny Depp. Heard is being sued by Depp …

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Supreme Court Upholds $165 Million Verdict in Fatal Crash

New Mexico Supreme Court News: SANTA FE — The state Supreme Court today upheld a $165 million jury verdict against FedEx in a southern New Mexico traffic crash that killed a mother and daughter and seriously injured her a toddler. In a unanimous opinion written by Judge Julie J. Vargas, …

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Florida Court of Appeals cuts attorney’s fees by $600,000 for $52,000 claim

Florida may have one of the most generous attorney fee schemes in the country, sometimes resulting in plaintiff fees several times the amount of damages. That’s enough to drive property insurers crazy – or on the brink of insolvency. Insurance industry groups are now hoping that Florida’s much-criticized attorney fee …

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Connecticut Supreme Court Orders New Trial For Firing Original Developers Of Dunkin’ Donuts Park – Hartford Courant

Hartford — In the ongoing, years-long saga over the construction of Dunkin’ Donuts Park, the state Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously ordered a new lawsuit regarding the City of Hartford’s firing of the original developers in 2016 for not completing the stadium in time. The original developers – Centerplan Construction …

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Johnny Depp, Amber Heard: a decision that could turn against him during a legal battle

Amber Heard’s legal team may be planning for Johnny Depp to return to the helm, but experts say there’s a reason that could work against her. Amber Heard recalling Johnny Depp to the stand could be a ‘risk’, in part because of his sympathy when he first testified in the …

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Death penalty sought in Texas for man who admitted killing 5 people

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Texas prosecutors said Monday they would seek the death penalty for a man who authorities say confessed to killing five people, including three whose dismembered bodies were found in a dumpster on fire last year. The Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office said it filed the …

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Lawyers for former Fort Worth officer tell court they are needed elsewhere on murder trial date | PA

FORT WORTH, Texas — Two attorneys who represent a former Fort Worth police officer who is due to stand trial next month for murder have filed a motion outlining their work in seven other cases they claim local and state legal code assigns scheduling priority. The lawyers, Bob Gill and …

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Craig McLachlan’s partner Vanessa Scammell accused of ‘making up’ evidence in court

The actor’s partner Craig McLachlan has been accused of ‘fabricating’ evidence to ‘bolster’ his case on day seven of his defamation trial. McLachlan is suing the ABC, Nine Entertainment Co and actress Christie Whelan Browne over 2018 reports alleging he assaulted, harassed, bullied and exposed himself to female cast members …

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Amber Heard’s spokesperson ‘fears’ a ‘shameful and desperate’ trial as court resumes

As Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s defamation lawsuit heads into closing arguments, the Aquaman The actor’s spokesperson has expressed fears that the lawsuit will turn sour. Legal proceedings resume today after a very long break with Heard who is expected to be cross-examined by her ex-husband’s legal team on Monday. …

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McLachlan faces fifth day of field grilling

Craig McLachlan will face a fifth day of questioning in his defamation case over media reports of sexual assault and harassment on The Rocky Horror Show in 2014 and other productions. As the actor’s grilling continues on Monday, the New South Wales Supreme Court jury has already heard seemingly contradictory …

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Harrison County District Clerk’s Office and Federal Court Warn of Juror Phishing Scam | Local News

MARSHALL — The Harrison County District Clerk’s Office is warning of a scam in which a caller poses as an office worker and asks a resident to register as a juror. “We received phone calls (Thursday) about someone calling using the District Clerk’s Office phone number telling you that you …

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Woman refuses to speak during court appearance via video

A Briarcliff woman with a history of attacking people inside and outside Baxter County Jail, and for remaining silent during court appearances continued her silent treatment during a Baxter County Circuit Court session recently. Twenty-nine-year-old Vanessa Renee Henschel appeared on a video login from the McPherson Unit of the Newport …

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federal court of laredo guilty trial migrant smuggling pregnant

A federal jury in Laredo found a lawful permanent resident of North Carolina guilty of human trafficking after a one-day trial, the U.S. attorney’s office said May 11. The jury deliberated for about four hours before convicting Aurelio Barajas-Pulido, 52, after a day-long trial. He could lose his permanent resident …

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Court rejects request from man convicted of 2009 murder

May 12—You only have a minute? Listen instead The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has denied a Brownsville man’s request to have his murder conviction overturned. The higher court on Wednesday dismissed the writ of habeas corpus filed by an attorney representing Javier Chavez in his murder case. Chavez, 43, …

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The Supreme Court reportedly did not change its mind on Alito’s draft opinion

A Politico report says Justice Samuel Alito’s controversial opinion is still the only one circulating in the Supreme Court, suggesting other justices are not departing from the opinion. The court will reconvene today – behind closed doors – for the first time since the leak. Politico: Alito’s draft opinion knocking …

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Why the Justice Department is unlikely to investigate the Supreme Court leak

Which leaks have been treated as crimes in the past? Leaks of classified information. Federal law criminalizes the unauthorized disclosure of national security secrets. Specifically, under the Espionage Act, it is a crime to disclose, to a person not authorized to receive it, information related to national defense that could …

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Court says Musk recklessly tweeted ‘funding secured’ for Tesla privatization

SAN FRANCISCO, May 10 (Reuters) – A court has ruled that Elon Musk’s 2018 tweets saying funding had been secured to take Tesla private were inaccurate and reckless, saying “there was nothing concrete” concerning the financing of the Saudi sovereign wealth fund at the time. The ruling by U.S. District …

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The Supreme Court should not be shrouded in secrecy | Opinion

The firestorm sparked by the recent leak of a Supreme Court draft opinion – claiming to eliminate constitutional abortion rights established 49 years ago in Roe vs. Wade – sparked fury for different reasons from various sides. But the consternation should serve another useful purpose: to expose the secrecy of …

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Why Johnny Depp and Amber Heard aren’t in court this week

Johnny Depp superfans won’t be lining up overnight to take part in his defamation lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard this week. Proceedings in Fairfax, Va., are suspended until Monday, May 16. Here’s what you need to know: Why aren’t Johnny Depp and Amber Heard in court this week? The court …

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Peter Zahra: District Court judge handling Guy Sebastian case dies of suspected stroke

The highly respected judge who presided over the embezzlement trial of the Australian Idol winner’s longtime manager Guy Sebastian has died after suffering a stroke. The case against Titus Day began before Judge Peter Zahra and a jury in Downing Center District Court last Tuesday. Judge Zahra, 66, was rushed …

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Supreme Court probe into leaks reveals gray area of ​​press protections

“Standards of confidentiality in court, they’re neither soft nor subtle,” said Allison Orr Larsen, a professor at William and Mary Law School who worked for Judge David H. Souter. “They are strongly and repeatedly emphasized.” As direct and terrifying as these warnings may be, they are informal. The same goes …

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From death penalty to court records, judges also need ongoing training – Sun Sentinel

Nobody is perfect. Even the best judges make mistakes, change their minds and lose track of changes in the law. In Tallahassee, the job of keeping Florida judges abreast of the law falls to Florida Judiciary Education, part of the state’s Office of Court Administration. “We are required to complete …

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Clinton County Court of Common Pleas Schedule May 9-13 | News, Sports, Jobs

LOCK HAVEN – The following May 9-13 schedule is provided by the Clinton County Court of Common Pleas and is subject to change based on the needs of the court system. Family relations hearings are also restricted and not listed. Abbreviations — CR denotes criminal proceedings; CV civil …

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Aaron Brady will face special criminal court without a jury over alleged witness conspiracy

Convicted Garda killer Aaron Brady will stand trial in the Special Criminal Court without a jury on charges of conspiring to pervert the course of justice. Brady (31) and his alleged accomplice Dean Byrne are charged with conspiring to persuade a key state witness not to testify at his trial …

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After Arbery’s murder, 16 calls between DA, the shooter’s father

By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — One of the men convicted of murder in the street chase and fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery has spoken to his former boss, the local district attorney, on several occasions over the phone in the days and weeks following the 2020 …

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Court hears grand jury challenge in Flint water cases

The Michigan Supreme Court has heard arguments that could wipe out charges against former Gov. Rick Snyder and eight others in the Flint water scandal By ED WHITE Associated Press May 4, 2022, 8:37 p.m. • 3 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article DETROIT — Michigan’s Supreme …

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To harm or not to harm: State Supreme Court reviews law prohibiting spitting at officers | Law courts

While it’s undisputed that intentionally spitting at a police officer is a crime, Colorado Supreme Court justices debated whether a La Plata County woman was properly convicted of a felony for spitting or whether she had actually committed a less serious offence. A jury found Cheryl Lynette Plemmons guilty in …

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Depp trial: a psychologist testifies that the actor was assaulted Heard

By MATTHEW BARAKAT Associated Press FALLS CHURCH, Va. (AP) — Actress Amber Heard suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of the abuse she suffered at the hands of her ex-husband Johnny Depp, including multiple acts of abuse. sexual assault, a psychologist said on Tuesday. The sexual assaults included …

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Sease wants to offer ‘fresh perspective’ in bid for district court judge – Reuters

SALISBURY — Running for Rowan County District Court judge has been on Chris Sease’s radar for years. The proof can be found on the website of his legal practice. The last sentence of his “about” page reads: “Chris loves being a lawyer; however, his goal is to one day run …

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High court: City responsible for woman’s death after 911 violation

JACKSON, miss. The city of Jackson is responsible for the wrongful death of a woman who was killed after she called 911 and the operator did not tell her to stay on the line, the Mississippi Supreme Court ruled in upholding part of the verdict of a jury. The judges …

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Jury convicts South Boston man of 2021 fatal stabbing | To research

Following a three-day trial last week, a Halifax County Circuit Court jury convicted a 58-year-old South Boston man of stabbing on June 26 at Willow Oaks Apartments. Lionel Barnette – originally charged with second degree murder and maliciously aggravated bodily harm – was found guilty of intentional homicide and unlawful …

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Brooklyn’s murder conviction was overturned after Court of Appeals rules judge acted as prosecution ‘counsel’

“Your Honor, you just made yourself a witness!” exclaimed defense attorney Harold Baker in a Brooklyn courtroom in the summer of 2017. After excusing the jury, Judge Neil Jon Firetog told Baker he held him in contempt of court. “It’s either $1,000 a day or jail time,” Firetog said. “I’m …

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Court holds hearing to include and exclude evidence in Magbanua trial

Friday morning’s hearing was for the state and defense to explain why certain evidence should or should not be allowed in Katherine Magbanua’s trial. Part of that evidence is the unenhanced 2016 FBI video recording of Magbanua and Markel’s ex-brother-in-law, Charlie Adelson, speaking at a South Florida restaurant. The video …

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Islamic State ‘Beatle’ faces conviction in US court for killing hostages

Alexanda Kotey, who the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) says is a British national, is seen in this undated handout photo in Amouda, Syria, issued February 9, 2018. Syrian Democratic Forces/Handout via REUTERS Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON, April 29 (Reuters) – A member of an …

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Actor Laurence Fox seeks jury trial in High Court libel battle

L Aurence Fox has asked a High Court judge for a jury trial over his libel battle against three people he called “paedophiles” on Twitter. The actor is being sued by former Stonewall administrator Simon Blake, Coronation Street actress Nicola Thorp and drag artist Crystal following an online row in …

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Trials take place at Laurel Circuit Court this summer

April 27 – Almost 18 months after the shooting death of a Manchester man, the three people charged with his murder have gone to trial. Robert Brandon Gray of Keavy, Ashley Brooke Lewis and Freddy Wayne Scalf Jr., both of East Bernstadt, were summoned for a jury trial on June …

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Are KY Court of Appeal candidates qualified with no experience as a judge?

Every Jefferson County court seat will be on the ballot in November. The May 17 primary will include nine contested court positions, including the Kentucky Court of Appeals, District 4, Division 2. The Court of Appeals handles appeals from the lower courts (circuit and district) and although one nominee is …

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Derek Chauvin asks the court to overturn his conviction for the death of George Floyd

Chauvin was sentenced to 22 and a half years in prison last June. April 26, 2022, 10:49 PM • 6 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article Lawyers for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, in a filing Monday, asked an appeals court to overturn his conviction for …

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U.S. Supreme Court refuses to answer key question to address song theft litigation

Business News Labels & Publishers Legal Top Stories By Chris Cooke | Posted on Tuesday, April 26, 2022 The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear a song theft case involving “You Raise Me Up,” the song made famous by Josh Groban or Westlife depending on where you live. Lawyers …

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Court of Criminal Appeal blocks execution of Melissa Lucio and orders trial court to consider claims of innocence

Austin, TX, 11 seconds ago — The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals overturned the execution of Melissa Lucio, 53, who was to die by lethal injection in Huntsville later this week for the murder of her two-year-old daughter, Mariah. The court’s decision does not overturn his death sentence but forces …

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Sammy Patterson announces campaign for Circuit Court judge

Columbia attorney Sammy Patterson announced his campaign to run for circuit court judge in Tennessee’s 22nd Judicial District, encompassing southern Middle Tennessee. With 22 years of legal experience, Patterson is seeking to succeed retired Circuit Court Part IV judge Stella Hargrove. The district includes Maury, Giles, Lawrence and Wayne counties. …

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City killer’s appeal dismissed by Canada’s highest court – Kamloops News

Killer’s appeal rejected Tim Petruk – 24 April 2022 / 04:00 | History: 366661 Photo: The Canadian Press The Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa. Canada’s highest court has dismissed an appeal by a Kamloops murderer to have his conviction overturned, saying the prosecutor inaccurately summarized the evidence against him …

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Kardashian-Blac Chyna trial artist Mona Shafer Edwards on drawing in court

Working as a courtroom artist, says Mona Shafer Edwards, is about capturing the essence of the people in the courtroom. “My work is moving,” says Edwards City & Country from her home in California. “It’s fluid, it’s alive. The best work I do is really fast, where I work from …

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The jury finds that the developer stole money from Ga. Biz. 1st court trial

By Kelcey Caulder (April 22, 2022, 9:56 p.m. EDT) – A Georgia state court jury has unanimously found that the co-owner of a Georgia real estate development company breached his fiduciary duty by transferring company money to himself and his other real estate businesses without the approval of the other …

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US court orders Lewes landscaper to pay $50,000 in damages

A United States District Court judge has ordered a Lewes-based landscaping company and its owner to pay $50,000 in damages to 10 temporary workers. Judge Maryellen Noreika awarded damages March 28 to DeVilbiss Landscape Architects and its owner Paul DeVilbiss after a jury previously found that DeVilbiss and his company …

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Federal Court convicts man of child sexual abuse

A federal jury in Muskogee convicts Jerry Rogers of Sallisaw for aggravated sexual abuse, abusive sexual contact and sexual abuse of a minor. SEQUOYAH COUNTY, Okla. – In Muskogee, a federal jury convicted a Sallisaw man of aggravated sexual abuse, abusive sexual contact and sexual abuse of a minor. Jerry …

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Is express revocation necessary? District Court Finds Genuine Dispute Over Material Fact Regarding TCPA Consent, Absent Evidence of Express Revocation | Troutman pepper

A Kentucky District Court judge recently granted in part and denied in part a defendant’s motion for summary judgment in a case involving the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), Barnett v. First National Bank of Omaha. The court found that the plaintiff’s request to have information sent by post rather …

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Court Case Conclusions: April 20, 2022 – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

Adams County Court Cases – Final Results Week of April 8 to 14: Robert Tolbert accused of not stopping (crime). Case related to a grand jury. Robert Tolbert charged with reckless driving. Case related to a grand jury. Charles Anderson charged with possession of crystal meth. Case related to a …

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Midland Teen Court will award students $10,000 in scholarships

by: Battle of Tatiana Post : April 20, 2022 / 10:51 a.m. CDT Update: April 20, 2022 / 10:51 a.m. CDT MIDLAND, Texas (KMID/KPEJ) – In a recent press release, 3 special student volunteers from Midland Teen Court are receiving a major gift for all their hard work. Midland Teen …

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The Kardashians conspired to end Blac Chyna’s reality TV show, court hears

A lawyer for Blac Chyna told a jury that the Kardashian family worked together to smear her reputation and ruin her television career, a court has heard. Kris Jenner and her daughters Kim KardashianKhloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner were in court Monday and Tuesday, and all are expected to speak. …

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Still waiting to see if the Supreme Court will get involved?

About 125,000 lawsuits have been filed against Bayer, the company that sells Roundup, the well-known and wildly popular weedkiller used at home and commercially in the United States and around the world. In 2018, Bayer bought Monsanto, the company that first developed Roundup in the 1970s, and has since run …

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Court – Queen City News

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A former supervisor at the Kay County Detention Center in Oklahoma City has been convicted in federal court of allowing white supremacist inmates to attack and harm black inmates, as well as ordering excessive force against an inmate who had criticized him. The jury found Matthew …

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GA v. Ryan Duke: Beauty Queen Murder Trial – Preliminary Hearing

From: Beth Hemphill IRWIN COUNTY, Ga. (Court TV) – The man who prosecutors say confessed to the 2005 murder of Tara Grinstead is in court Monday for a preliminary hearing ahead of his murder trial, five years after he was indicted. Ryan Duke (left), Tara Grinstead (right) (TV Short) Ryan …

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Three cases to watch as the Supreme Court prepares for the warrant’s closing arguments

The Supreme Court will hear its final arguments this month in a term that has been overshadowed by disputes over abortion and the Second Amendment and the confirmation of the nation’s first black woman to justice. As the country awaits rulings in these potentially landmark cases, three cases stand out …

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Money and the law: the court tinkers with the anti-harassment law | Business

Occasionally, the Colorado General Assembly decides to name a piece of legislation after an individual whose circumstances contributed to its passage. One such act, from 2015, is called Kiana Arellano’s Law. Kiana Arellano, as a teenager, was the victim of vicious cyberbullying, resulting in a suicide attempt and permanent disability. …

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State High Court Hears Arguments in Sexual Abuse Case | News

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Alan Moran appears in Hancock County Court

The former Diamondhead councilman appeared in a preliminary hearing in Hancock County Court before Judge S. Trent Favre – and the court ruled there was probable cause to refer the case to a grand jury. A Hancock County investigator took the witness stand to say Alan Moran groped a 17-year-old …

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