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Washington Supreme Court Clarifies Affirmative Design Flaw Defense | Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

In a recent decision, the Washington Supreme Court upheld and clarified the ability of contractors to protect themselves from liability for construction claims arising from defects in the plans and specifications provided by the owner. This rare decision on contractor liability provides guidance on the charges and limitations of the …

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Reverend Al Sharpton congratulates jury for standing up for black lives

Live updates Jury found all three defendants guilty of murder in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old black man who was chased and shot by three white men while jogging in Georgia Travis McMichael was convicted of all nine counts, including malicious murder, indictable murder, aggravated assault, forcible confinement …

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NJ court rejects argument that lawyer was jealous of sexual assault case

NEW BRUNSWICK – A state appeals court dismissed a Lodi man’s argument that he deserved a new trial for his aggravated sexual assault conviction because his lawyer was in a conflict of interest after he claimed that she had learned that he had relationships with other women. Charles Lucas, 38, …

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CVS issues statement on landmark opioid decision in Federal Court case

Tuesday 23 November 2021 GoLocalProv News Team Enlarge + In response to a landmark federal court ruling on Tuesday that found CVS, Walgreens and Walmart responsible for contributing to the opioid epidemic, CVS released a statement. Lawyers for both Ohio counties say each of the three pharmacy giants could be …

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Overnight health care – Biden asks court to restore vaccination policy

Welcome to Tuesday night health care, where we follow the latest policy developments and news affecting your health. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-signup. With Thanksgiving this week, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission has a safety message: stand near your pot. Today we’ll look at the pressure from the Biden administration …

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Norman Big Red Dealer Owners Sentenced in Federal Court | New

On November 19, a federal jury convicted the three Big Red Dealerships co-owners of numerous fraud charges over the past five years. A federal jury made up of their peers found Norman residents Bobby Mayes, 49, Courtney Wells, 39, and Charles Gooch, 63, guilty of several counts of conspiracy to …

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Mississippi Court of Appeals upholds rape and sexual assault conviction of former Warren County pastor – The Vicksburg Post

The Mississippi Court of Appeals upheld the 2020 conviction of a former pastor of child rape and one count of sexual assault involving two 14-year-old girls, according to court information. Reverend Troy Anthony Piccaluga, 52, was convicted on March 5, 2020 of the charges and sentenced by circuit judge Toni …

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Idaho Supreme Court Amends COVID-19 Precautions

BOISE, Idaho (KMVT / KSVT) – The control of COVID-19 precautions in the courts will now largely rest with local districts, the Idaho Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday. The order came a day after most of Idaho left crisis care standards for its hospitals, and as COVID-19 rates plummet statewide. …

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Charges may be looming in 2-year-old Albany Municipal Court’s embezzlement case

November 23 – ALBANY – A 2019 theft case involving misappropriation of funds from the Albany City Court registry could see a major breakthrough, with a potential indictment as early as December. “We are looking at moving the case forward, maybe during this grand jury session with whatever is in …

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Man Charged with Murder of Southwest Virginia Police Officer Appears in Court

The man charged with Big Stone Gap agent Michael Chandler appeared in court on Tuesday morning. Michael Donivan White, of Cross, South Carolina, appeared on video from the Southwest Virginia Regional Jail in Abingdon. He is accused of shooting Big Stone Gap policeman Michael Chandler in the early morning hours …

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What instructions did the jury receive in Arbery’s death?

By KATE BRUMBACK Associated Press ATLANTA (AP) – Before jurors in the trial of the three men accused of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery retired to the jury room to begin their deliberations, the judge read them specific instructions on the law applicable to this case. Greg McMichael. left, listens …

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Judge exonerates Missouri man convicted of 3 murders

KANSAS CITY, Missouri (AP) – A Kansas City man who has been jailed for more than 40 years for three murders was wrongly convicted in 1979 and will be released, a Missouri judge said Tuesday. Kevin Strickland, 62, has always maintained that he was at home watching television and had …

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Court rules on $ 66 million injury lawsuit against Michelin> GSA Business

A Dorchester County court has ruled unanimously in favor of Greenville-based Michelin North America following a $ 66 million product liability case that arose out of a motorcycle accident in 2017 . The plaintiffs in this case, Ron and Rose Nash, claimed that a defective tire, purchased from Asheville’s MR …

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Hogan’s former aide pleads not guilty in Federal Court

November 19, 2021 Roy C. McGrath, the former chief of staff to Governor Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) and former head of the Maryland Environmental Service, pleaded not guilty to criminal charges in federal court on Friday afternoon. McGrath has requested a jury trial, which prosecutors say will take about …

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No verdict after day-long Rittenhouse jury deliberations

By MICHAEL TARM, AMY FORLITI and TAMMY WEBBER Associated Press KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) – The jury in the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial deliberated for an entire day on Tuesday without reaching a verdict on whether he was the instigator of a bloodshed night in Kenosha or a concerned citizen who …

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Sinn Féin backs use of jury-less court for dissident Republican suspects

Sinn Féin’s support for a Special Criminal Court without a jury in “exceptional circumstances” includes its use in the prosecution of dissident Republican suspects, party leader Mary Lou McDonald has confirmed. A vote in the ard fheis of the party abandoned Sinn Féin’s long-standing policy of outright opposition to the …

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Mary Lou McDonald supports court without jury in some cases, but not in its current form

SINN Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald supported jury-less gang crimes courts when Sinn Féin Ard Fheis opened at Helix in north Dublin. We are now saying today that we recognize the need, in exceptional circumstances, for the option of a tribunal without a jury, ”she said, ending decades of Republican …

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US Air Force aviator murder case in Arizona goes to jury

By FELICIA FONSECA Associated Press FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) – No one saw Sasha Krause being taken to a Mennonite community in northwestern New Mexico where she worked in the Publishing Department, dominated by card games and ping-pong, and where his poetry has become a song. No one has seen the …

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First trial in bribe program for college admissions by jury

By ALANNA DURKIN RICHER Associated Press BOSTON (AP) – Two wealthy parents who are the first to stand trial in college admissions bribery scandal have used lies and money to steal coveted places at prestigious schools their children won’t couldn’t get it on their own, a prosecutor said on Wednesday …

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Casper’s wrongful arrest case could go to jury, court documents show | Cops and courts

The case of a man who says he was wrongly arrested when Casper’s police came to his job looking for another man could go to a jury, recent court documents suggest. Kaleb Clark, a black man, was inside Gaslight Social after an early morning bouncer shift on July 7, 2018. …

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