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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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EXPLANATION: Are there more accused testifying at trial?

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

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

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

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

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

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Couple charged with drug offenses waive pre-trial court hearings

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

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

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

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

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

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Appeals court upholds murder convictions in 2018 California shooting

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

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COURT JOURNAL: December 23, 2021 | News

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

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Court rejects Perry’s bail request

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

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

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

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Missouri high court dismisses shopping mall shooting murder conviction

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

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

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

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

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

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Report details ‘failure’ in treatment of first Smollett case

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

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NH Supreme Court dismisses Daswan Jett’s appeal

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

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

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

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Canadian pleads guilty in US court for funding ISIS activities

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

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Court: New trial for man accused of threatening prosecutor

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

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

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

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

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

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Elizabeth Holmes’ fraud case before the jury

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Nebraska Congressman Fortenberry Court Update

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

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

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

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Actions in Lake County District Court

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

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

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

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Lawyers seek to increase jurors in federal court trial

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

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

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

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Lawyers seek to expand jurors in federal court trial | Local news

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

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Seven Pittsfield District Court Employees Test Positive for COVID-19; more virtual audiences expected | criminality

PITTSFIELD – Further hearings are expected to be conducted remotely in Central Berkshire District Court, after several employees recently tested positive for COVID-19 amid a larger surge in the community, officials said. “It was brought to my attention very recently that several court workers have tested positive for COVID over …

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Former Heritage Academy professor accused of abuse makes brief court appearance

A former Heritage Academy teacher accused of abusing a student in the 1970s made a brief court appearance on Thursday in which a judge agreed to set aside three days for a trial. Robert William Becker, 77, of Hagerstown, was in Washington County Circuit Court for a status hearing on …

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Shooter, victim indicted in IHOP shooting, court documents show

CINCINNATI (WXIX) – New charges were laid in last month’s shooting outside the Oakley IHOP restaurant that left one person with serious gunshot wounds. This happened on November 26 following a physical fight between two IHOP employees during their shifts, police said. One of those employees is Gionni Je’sus Dews, …

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Live updates from Ghislaine Maxwell trial: Court breaks for day as lawyer falls ill, judge says not linked to Covid

Ghislaine Maxwell Trial: Day 7 Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial has been adjourned a day after a lawyer handling the case fell ill. Judge Alison Nathan said there was no reason to believe it was related to Covid. Debates are expected to resume on Friday. The latest publication of evidence from the …

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The Court TV Podcast: Episode 118

Posted at 12:02 a.m. on December 9, 2021 and last updated at 12:02 a.m. on December 9, 2021 The Snake Breeder Murder Trial Lynlee Renick is on trial for the murder of her husband, famous snake breeder Ben Renick, in a Missouri courtroom and Court TV is covering the hammer-to-hammer …

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Jacksonville pharmacy owner acquitted in federal court | Jax Daily Record | Jacksonville Daily Record

Carter’s Ortega Pharmacy owner Greg Carter was acquitted of health care fraud charges by a federal jury in Jacksonville. An acquittal judgment signed Oct. 21 by U.S. District Judge Marcia Morales Howard relieved Carter of any further court demands. “After their careful and thoughtful deliberations, the jury’s verdict demonstrates what …

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Kimberly Potter Trail: With Jury In Place, Court Turns To Opening Statements

3 things to know: Ex-Brooklyn Center Officer Kimberly Potter Faces First and Second Degree Manslaughter; lawyer says Potter will testify in his own defense during trial 12 jurors and 2 chosen substitutes; the jury selection ended on Friday Opening statements scheduled for December 8; the judge hopes to be done …

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court adopts lethal force rules for police officers – NBC10 Philadelphia

What there is to know The Pennsylvania High Court may soon decide whether the state’s law on the use of lethal force by police in arrests gives officers too much leeway to kill a fugitive suspect. The Supreme Court hears pleadings on Tuesday. The question arose during the criminal proceedings …

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Ghislaine Maxwell trial – live: photos of Epstein shown to jury after court heard he had wired millions to socialite

Ghislaine Maxwell trial: the second accuser testifies Prosecutors in the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, a British socialite and former partner of Jeffrey Epstein, began on day seven of the six-week trial by showing jurors photographs illustrating Ms Maxwell’s relationship with Epstein. Ms Maxwell, 59, is accused of preparing teenage girls …

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MUNICIPAL COURT | News, Sports, Jobs

LISBON – In county municipal court, Linda R. Stuller, 33, West State Street, Salem, was linked to the grand jury on charges of drunken weapons and improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle after allegedly firing a pistol at the window of an SUV parked in Perry Township on …

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Some of the British Columbia Circuit Court jurors will report on Tuesday

Some of the BC Circuit Court jurors will report on Tuesday | KTLO Rain: 7am to 7am: 0.46 ″ Month: 0.46 ″ Year: 44.49 ″ Recorded temperatures: High: 72 Low: 37 Jurors at Baxter County Circuit Court Group B are scheduled to report for work Tuesday morning at 9 a.m. …

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Child molester appears in county court after jury found him guilty of assaulting his sister-in-law | Bendigo Advertiser

news, news-locales, bendigo, court, abuse, child abuse, sexual assault A WOMAN who was sexually assaulted as a child by her brother-in-law confronted the man in court, saying his betrayal had traumatized her. The 37-year-old central Victorian-era man was stoic when the woman told county court she was the “strongest and …

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The Mississippi abortion case and the fragile legitimacy of the Supreme Court

The legal landscape of the past few weeks and months has prompted questions about who and what are legitimate interpreters and performers of the law and what happens when you take charge of the law. Mississippi and other states have taken recent Supreme Court staffing changes as an invitation to …

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Clinton County Court of Common Pleas calendar December 6-12. 10 | News, Sports, Jobs

LOCK HAVEN – The following schedule for Dec. 6-Dec. 10 is provided by the Clinton County Court of Common Pleas and is subject to change based on the needs of the court system. Hearings on family relationships are also restricted and are not listed. Abbreviations – CR stands for criminal …

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massage table, unfolded in the yard

NEW YORK (AP) – A green folding massage table used by financier Jeffrey Epstein was brought to a Manhattan courtroom and set up in front of a jury on Friday to bolster claims he had partnered with the British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell for sexually exploiting underage victims. The theatrical blossoming …

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Evidence at Maxwell trial: massage table, unfolded in court

Posted on Friday, December 3, 2021 | 3:36 p.m. Updated 7 minutes ago NEW YORK (AP) – A green folding massage table used by financier Jeffrey Epstein was brought into a Manhattan courtroom and set up in front of a jury on Friday to bolster claims he had partnered with …

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Murder sentence reduced after High Court drug ruling

EVERETT, Wash. (AP) – The prison sentence for a man convicted of murder was reduced by more than seven years on Thursday, following a recent decision by the Washington State Supreme Court. In 2019, a jury found Matthew McGowan guilty of first degree murder for tying Michael Boone to a …

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Valley News – COVID cases postpone Hanover shooting hearing, tangled court files

NORTH HAVERHILL – A two-day hearing in the case of two men accused of shooting a visiting student in Hanover was postponed Thursday after one of the defendants and at least two witnesses tested positive for COVID-19. And with COVID-19 cases soaring in the twin states, the infections in the …

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The Court of Appeal confirms the conviction of the former municipal councilor of Lafourche

A state appeals court upheld the conviction of a former Lafourche city councilor accused of falsifying public documents. The Baton Rouge 1st Circuit Court of Appeal upheld the conviction and sentence of James Bourgeois, who was convicted in 2018 of falsely declaring he was a resident of his district. Bourgeois …

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Warren County Youth Court in session | New

A Warren County juvenile justice system program broadened the age range for the concept of a peer jury. Warren County has joined 16 other counties in the state operating a youth court, in which accused minors who have pleaded guilty to certain non-violent offenses will have their sentences set by …

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California court rejects vicarious liability claims | Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

In March 2019, Caliber Home Loans hired NexLevel Direct to generate leads for its home loan refinancing business. Their contract required NexLevel to “perform or provide” its services “in full compliance with … all applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations and ordinances.” The contract also required that NexLevel “not …

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Supreme Court to hear crucial abortion case on Wednesday

TAMPA, Florida – “Whatever the court ruling, in this case it will have implications for all 50 states,” said Dr. J. Edwin Benton, professor of political science at the University of South Florida. The United States Supreme Court will begin hearing oral argument Wednesday on a Mississippi abortion case where …

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Jamarion Robinson Case | DA wants case to stay in state court

Officers have filed for a referral to federal court, but Fulton County attorneys argue it’s a state issue. FULTON COUNTY, Georgia – A US Marshal and Clayton County police officer charged in Fulton County with the murder of Jamarion Robinson must keep his case in Georgia, the Fulton County District …

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Sir Richard Sutton killed by his partner’s son in “explosion of violence”, court said | UK News

A son launched a knife attack on his mother and partner, millionaire businessman Sir Richard Sutton, on the anniversary of his father’s death, bubbling with resentment over the way he believed the couple were treating him, according to a murder trial. Thomas Schreiber, 35, who killed Sutton, 83, a hotelier …

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Latest court news as selected jurors – NBC Chicago

Jurors were selected on Monday as former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett prepares to stand trial for committing a racist attack on himself. Smollett, a black and openly gay actor, reported to Chicago police that he was the victim of a hate crime that has gained national attention. Almost three years …

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Governor Ricketts Appoints Molly B. Keane Judge of Fourth Judicial District District Court

Media contacts: Taylor Gage, 402-471-1970 Justin Pinkerman, 402-471-1967 Press release : Governor Ricketts Appoints Molly B. Keane Judge of Fourth Judicial District District Court LINCOLN – Today, Governor Pete Ricketts appointed Molly B. Keane of Elkhorn to judge the District Court for the Fourth Judicial District (Douglas County). Keane, 46, …

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Should defendants pay court costs?

Whether the defendants should be ordered to pay court costs is pending before the Michigan Supreme Court, but local officials argue that this does not affect the impartiality of the judges. State law allows local courts to collect fees from defendants convicted of a felony for court operating expenses. Charges …

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Journalists threatened with contempt of court in NT

The Northern Territory Director of Public Prosecutions is about to lay charges against two Seven West Media reporters over an investigative program focused on the high-profile murder trial of Constable Zachary Rolfe. Channel Seven reporters Denham Hitchcock and Taylor Auerbach, who created an hour-long episode that aired on an investigative …

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Can former Scientologists sue the church? Or are religious courts the only recourse?

Scientologist and actor Danny Masterson arrives at the Youth for Human Rights International Celebrity Benefit in Los Angeles on March 24, 2014. Some women accused him of sexually assaulting them, which he denied. (Annie I. Bang / Invision / Associated Press) After Chrissie Bixler told the LAPD that Scientologist and …

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Court acquits ‘Bonnie’, convicts ‘Clyde’ of second degree murder in love triangle gone awry

A Toronto jury has found David Obregón Castro guilty of second degree murder for stabbing a 21-year-old woman to death in her annex apartment, a case the Crown called a love triangle that went horribly wrong with a fatal outcome. But the jury acquitted her former lover and co-accused, Sarai …

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The murderers sentenced to life at Reading Crown Court

TWO men were sentenced this week to life in prison for murder at Reading Crown Court. And they’re not the only ones – there have been a number of people jailed following sentences handed down at Reading Crown Court. They are not all from the Berkshire area, but most have …

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Convictions for pedophilia and thefts top the news at Comal County Court | Community alert

In recent weeks, law enforcement and justice departments in Comal County have secured several convictions and others have received long prison terms, including two violent offenders. “I am incredibly proud of the excellent work of my team and law enforcement in our joint efforts to preserve the values ​​of our …

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Court finds Oakland man a sexually violent predator, preventing possible release

OAKLAND – An Alameda County judge has ruled that a 63-year-old man with multiple rape convictions was considered a sexually violent predator, a rarely invoked legal finding that allows the man to be held indefinitely in a hospital . In his late September ruling, Superior Court Judge Andrew Steckler ruled …

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Joey Barton assault trial: full details as Bristol Rovers boss’ trial set to begin

The Bristol Rovers manager is on trial today at Sheffield Crown Court. Joey Barton, 38, denies assaulting former Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel while at Fleetwood Town, following a Ligue 1 game between the clubs in April 2019. Mr Barton was first tried in June this year following a one-year delay …

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COURT JOURNAL: November 25, 2021 | New

The following non-jury trials were held on Thursday, November 18, chaired by Judge Peter Doyle: Trevor Whalen, 27, 188 Sevenstar Road, Groveland; careless driving of a motor vehicle, usually continued for six months; a violation of marked lanes, not responsible (Amesbury). Joseph Pavao, 39, 18 Ekman St., Worcester; possession of …

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