Asacha Media Group Acquires Suburban Producer SRAB Films – Deadline

France’s Asacha Media Group has acquired fellow countryman SRAB Films, the company behind Ladj Ly’s Oscar-nominated film Wretched. The growing media group says the deal will accelerate its development as an “independent European production studio dedicated to scripted content”. The company already owns Red Planet Pictures, as well as a …

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California Supreme Court Upholds Death Sentence in Irvine Murder

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

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Job Openings Surprisingly Surge to 11.2 Million in July JOLTS Report

Job vacancies rose unexpectedly to 11.2 million in July, according to new government data. The print ended a three-month streak of consecutive declines and landed above the estimate of 10.5 million opens. The report warns that the labor shortage will be more difficult to solve than previous data suggested. Loading …

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Civil rights group calls for Carolyn Bryant Donham’s arrest over Emmett Till’s death

A civil rights group called ‘True Healing Under God’ is finally hoping to help Emmett Till’s family get justice for what happened to him FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) — Sunday, August 28 marked the anniversary of Emmett Till’s murder. He was just 14 when he was abducted, tortured and lynched in …

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

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

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A 20-year-old’s new job is usually nothing to write home about, but this one is

There’s a Philip Seymour Hoffmanesque quality to Braxton Morale, the 20-year-old Ulysses native who in 2019 graduated from high school and Harvard University at a time. With slightly tousled sandy blonde hair, Moral has an unassuming, funky presence that shines through if it’s in a photo from the New York …

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The monkeypox health crisis: how California is responding

By Tanu Henry | California Black Media As the monkeypox virus outbreak spreads around the world, Governor Gavin Newsom said California will need to galvanize forces in all regions and relax some state regulations and laws to combat a disease that represents a greater threat than local authorities may be …

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Crackdown on Auckland nursing home fraudster fights to save jobs

A convicted fraudster who stole up to $1.4million from an Auckland nursing home is fighting to keep his name secret so he can keep his land development job dealing with financiers over projects worth $600 million. The Herald can also reveal that after stealing the money, the man became a …

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A trip to court and the extreme difficulty of deterring speeders

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

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New Mexico man accused of supporting Islamic State group

ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico — A New Mexico man has been arrested and charged with attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State group and shutting down an online platform that may have linked two other men to similar charges. Herman Leyvoune Wilson, 45, of Albuquerque, was arrested on Friday …

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Correction made by Kobe crash trial jury award to $30 million – NBC Boston

The previously announced $31 million combined jury award against Los Angeles County for Vanessa Bryant and her co-plaintiff in the helicopter crash site photos lawsuit should have been $30 million, a a judge determined Friday, based on a juror’s note delivered less than an hour after the highest number was …

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Fix made by $30 million Kobe crash trial jury award – NBC Los Angeles

The previously announced $31 million combined jury award against Los Angeles County for Vanessa Bryant and her co-plaintiff in the helicopter crash site photos lawsuit should have been $30 million, a a judge determined Friday, based on a juror’s note delivered less than an hour after the highest number was …

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jury price in Kobe Crash trial corrected to $30 million, not $31 million | KFI AM 640

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – The previously announced $31 million combined jury award against Los Angeles County for Vanessa Bryant and her co-plaintiff in the helicopter crash site photos trial should have been $30 million, a judge determined today, based on a juror’s note delivered less than an hour after the …

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Oh c. WAGNER: trial for family massacre in Ohio

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

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Jury award in Kobe Bryant trial corrected to $30 million, not $31 million – Daily News

The previously announced $31 million combined jury award against Los Angeles County for Vanessa Bryant and her co-plaintiff in the helicopter crash site photos lawsuit should have been $30 million, a a judge determined Friday, based on a juror’s note delivered less than an hour after the highest number was …

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Dutch Telecom KPN Wins $31.5M Jury Prize for Patent Lawsuit

By Adam Lidgett (August 26, 2022, 7:43 p.m. EDT) — A federal jury in Texas has awarded Dutch telecommunications company KPN more than $31.5 million after finding Swedish telecommunications giant Ericsson infringed at least a claim in the three patents relating to telecommunications networks. According to a verdict form dated …

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Waukesha Parade suspect escorted out of court after violent outbursts

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

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Marquette alumnus killed by terrorist group, man convicted

article El Shafee Elsheikh; James Foley MILWAUKEE – El Shafee Elsheikh was formally sentenced to life in prison on Friday August 19 for playing a leading role in the beheading death of American hostages, including Marquette University alumnus James Foley. Elsheikh, one of the men in a terrorist cell known …

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‘The Good Boss’ Starring Javier Bardem, Cohen Media Group’s Widest Release in Years, Joins Amped Up Arthouse – Specialty Preview

Cohen Media Group hopes a Spanish movie can shake up the tough market for foreign-language fare, Bleecker Street came out with a hostage drama and A24 present Owen KlinThe directorial debut of a teenage cartoonist as the arthouse market flexes more muscles than it has in weeks. The dearth of …

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

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

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Jury award in Kobe Bryant trial corrected to $30 million, not $31 million – Orange County Register

The previously announced $31 million combined jury award against Los Angeles County for Vanessa Bryant and her co-plaintiff in the helicopter crash site photos lawsuit should have been $30 million, a a judge determined Friday, based on a juror’s note delivered less than an hour after the highest number was …

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Jury award in Kobe Bryant trial corrected to $30 million, not $31 million

Kobe, Vanessa and Gianna Bryant. | Photo courtesy of vanessabryant/Instagram By FRED SHUSTER The previously announced $31 million combined jury award against Los Angeles County for Vanessa Bryant and her co-plaintiff in the helicopter crash site photos lawsuit should have been $30 million, a a judge determined Friday, based on …

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Group Draw Reaction, Advance Bets

It’s official – football bettors have all eight groups for the UEFA Champions League group stage. Today in Istanbul, site of the 2023 Champions League final, UEFA have divided the 32 participants into eight groups of four. Highlights include powerhouses Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Inter Milan all in the same …

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Ex-congressman starts new job 11 days after jury finds him guilty of felony

Rep. Jeff Fortenberry (R-Neb.) arrives at the federal courthouse for his trial in Los Angeles, March 2022. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File) Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved Oew days after resigning from Congress after a jury found him guilty of three counts, Jeff Fortenberry had already started …

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Foolio appears in Duval County Court

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

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Starting A New Job Is Hard Even For Superheroes In She-Hulk’s ‘Superhuman Law’

Halfway through this week’s episode of She-Hulkyou’re going to have to ask yourself a perhaps surprising question: Me, how much I care about the 2008 film The Incredible Hulk? It’s no surprise that Emil Blonsky/Abomination is showing up, as he also did in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten …

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HBO acquires SXSW jury-winning Doc Master of Light

HBO Documentary Films announced Thursday that it has acquired “Master of Light,” the debut documentary from filmmaker Rosa Ruth Boesten that won the Grand Jury Award at this year’s South By Southwest Festival. “Master of Light” follows the story of George Anthony Morton, a black painter who was sentenced to …

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HBO Acquires SXSW Jury Award-Winning Documentary “Master of Light”

HBO Documentary Films announced Thursday that it has acquired “Master of Light,” the debut documentary from filmmaker Rosa Ruth Boesten that won the Grand Jury Award at this year’s South By Southwest Festival. “Master of Light” follows the story of George Anthony Morton, a black painter who was sentenced to …

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Lessons for Joint Defense Group Multi-Defendant Cases

Defending a client in a criminal case with multiple defendants comes with its own set of challenges, one of which is navigating the Joint Defense Group, or JDG. After spending the last two years at a JDG that represented 10 people accused of price-fixing and being tried three times in …

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Georgia Country Trial Judges Visit Cobb Superior Court

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

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

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

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Ogilvy wins four awards, MullenLowe Lintas Group wins three at IndIAA Awards

Ogilvy won four awards while MullenLowe Lintas Group won three at the seventh edition of the IndIAA Awards hosted by the India Section of the International Advertising Association (IAA). The Indian Chapter of the IAA presented the seventh edition of its awards ceremony on August 23 at a ceremony held …

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Group of lawyers oppose ‘decision’ to get rid of juries in Scotland’s serious sex offense trials

The professional governing body for Scottish solicitors has raised concerns over a possible move to get rid of juries for serious sex offense trials. The Scottish government is considering moving to judge-only sex offense trials in Scottish courts. It is considering whether to pilot the idea following a recommendation from …

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Bill to restrict music lyrics used as evidence at meeting

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

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After Chowchilla kidnapper’s parole, Fresno woman reappointed to post – Reuters

Gov. Gavin Newsom reappointed a Fresno woman last Friday to the state parole board, days after the board voted to free a Chowchilla kidnapper. David Taub Policy 101 The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation would not say how Mary Thornton voted on August 16 to confirm the parole of …

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Is Brittney Griner getting her WNBA salary now that her second job in Russia is Kaput?

The Phoenix Mercury played its first playoff game last week without its star center, Britney Griner, who sits in a Russian penal colony following her nine-year sentence for inadvertently carrying less than a gram of cannabis oil in her suitcase when she traveled to Russia. Griner has played with the …

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

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

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Ex-Idaho sheriff charged with threatening religious group pleads guilty to aggravated assault

Former Bingham County Sheriff Craig Rowland, left, appears in district court March 31 with his attorney Justin Oleson. Rowland has now reached a plea agreement with the prosecution team. (Rett Nelson, EastIdahoNews.com) Estimated reading time: less than a minute BLACKFOOT, Idaho — The former Bingham County sheriff has reached a …

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Ryan Giggs trial: Jury hears closing speeches in court case

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

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Duluth firefighter convicted of trail assault likely to lose job – Reuters

DULUTH – A longtime firefighter has been placed on supervised probation for three years and will likely lose his job after being convicted of assaulting a woman along a trail in west Duluth more than two years ago year. Conrad John Sunde IV, 51, of Proctor, received the sentence on …

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Duluth firefighter faces job loss after being convicted of assaulting off-duty 65-year-old woman – Twin Cities

DULUTH, Minn. — After two years of fighting a felony assault charge, Conrad John Sunde IV was contrite when he appeared for sentencing on Monday. But a last-minute apology won no leniency for the city’s former firefighter of the year, who faces losing his job after attacking a 65-year-old woman …

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Pro-Iranian group leader ‘praised fatwa against Salman Rushdie’

The leader of a Britain-based pro-Iranian non-profit group has expressed support for the fatwa calling for the death of Sir Salman Rushdie, it has been claimed. Massoud Shadjareh, founder and chairman of the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC), reportedly backed the death sentence handed down by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, Iran’s …

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Haverhill man charged with mooning over district court judge

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

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Competency-based learning can promote a “job creator” mentality: Sushil Mungekar, Founder and CEO of Enpower

Today’s children, driving the economy of tomorrow, should be better prepared to manage the uncertainties of the future, create their own careers aligned with their passion, and develop entrepreneurial thinking skills while solving real world problems. Despite good infrastructure and schools that meet global standards, India’s education system continues to …

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Special Jury Prize for TNIE Photographer TP Sooraj – The New Indian Express

By Express press service KOCHI: The Chief Photographer of New Indian Express, TP Sooraj, has won the Special Jury Prize in the National Photography Competition held this year by the Central Organization of Camera Artists on the occasion of World Photography Day. The competition, themed “The story told by the …

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Fairfax Co. launches investigation after school employee kept job after sex crime conviction

FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. (DC News Now) – Fairfax County Public Schools announced it was opening an investigation into how a Glasgow Middle School counselor kept his job for months after being convicted of a crime sex in a separate jurisdiction of Virginia. Darren Thornton, 50, was arrested and charged with …

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

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

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US court sentences IS group ‘Beatle’ to life for killing hostages

Published on: 08/19/2022 – 19:11 A member of the notorious Islamic State kidnapping and murder cell known as the “Beatles” was sentenced to life in prison in a US court on Friday for the deaths of four American hostages in Syria. El Shafee Elsheikh, 34, was sentenced to eight life …

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Mendy rape accuser ‘was in a WhatsApp group with another alleged assault victim’

A woman who accused Premier League footballer Benjamin Mendy of rape was part of a WhatsApp group with another alleged sexual assault victim who wanted to sue Manchester City, a court has heard. The woman alleged she was raped by Mendy, 28, three times at her home in October 2020 …

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The Return of Johnny Depp; Embrace Group; GB News – Deadline

Good Afternoon International Insider team, Max Goldbart here with your mid-August fix of silly headlines, reviews and emojis. We’re taking a break next week, but we’ll be back with your favorite Friday lunchtime newsletter in a fortnight on September 2. For now, read on. The very international return of Johnny …

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Anti-vax group in Europe thrives online, thwarts tech efforts | app

Troubled by the number of unvaccinated COVID-19 patients Showing up at his hospital, the French doctor took to Facebook and uploaded a video urging people to get vaccinated. It was quickly overrun with dozens, then hundreds, then over 1,000 hateful messages from an extremist anti-vaccine group known as V_V. The …

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

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

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Over 9,500 jobs up for grabs at Broward County Career Fair

SUNRISE, Florida. – The Mega South Florida job fair is being held this week in Broward County and organizers say there are more than 9,500 jobs available from 100 different employers. The job fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, August 25 at the FLA …

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Hadi Matar arraigned in Chautauqua County Court

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

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

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

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Are you looking for a thankless job opportunity? Join Trump’s legal team today!

Criminal defense experience is particularly important. As of this writing, Trump is facing a potential grand jury investigation in Georgia for tampering with election officials in 2020 and an investigation by local prosecutors in Manhattan into the Trump Organization’s shoddy accounting practices. The New York Attorney General’s office is conducting …

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

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

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Pro-life lawmakers, group demands to defend Wyoming trigger ban, say AG hasn’t done enough

***For all things Wyoming, sign up for our daily newsletter*** By Clair McFarland, Cowboy State DailyClair@CowboyStateDaily.com Saying the state isn’t fully representing the pro-life argument in a lawsuit against its abortion ban, two state officials and an anti-abortion organization have asked to join the lawsuit challenging the legality of the …

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GOP group apologizes for mistakenly posting KKK image | app

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — A Republican group in Alabama is apologizing after accidentally using a GOP elephant photo that contained Ku Klux Klan imagery. The Lawrence County Republican Party intended to post an image of the GOP elephant on its Facebook page, but ended up using one in which the …

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Lori Vallow’s lawyers seek change in charges

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

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Anti-Amber Heard Research jobs ad shocks supporters: ‘scary’

A pro-Johnny Depp YouTube channel is looking for a researcher to find content that “proves how guilty Amber Heard is”. A job offer posted on Upwork is looking for researchers to collect content for $8 an hour that features the Aquaman actress in a negative light to please Depp fans. …

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Someone Posted A Job For A Researcher To ‘Prove How Guilty Amber Heard Is’

Actress Amber Heard waits before the jury announces a verdict in the libel case brought by her ex-husband Johnny Depp in Fairfax, Virginia on June 1. Photo by EVELYN HOCKSTEIN/POOL/AFP via Getty Images A job posting on freelance site Upwork is looking for a researcher who can pitch content that …

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Mary’s Club bouncer shot two men while working, lawsuit alleges

On July 29, three men were shot dead outside Mary’s Club in downtown Portland. One, 19-year-old Lauren Teyshawn Abbott, Jr., was killed. Another, Kolby Ross, 23, was seriously injured. The two were returning from a tattoo festival when they were shot dead by club bouncer Jascha Manny, according to Ross’ …

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

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

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Mary’s Club security guard was on the job when he allegedly fired a gun in a shooting that left one dead, records show

Records show Jascha D. Manny had clocked in to work security at Mary’s Club in Portland’s Old Town entertainment district about an hour before he was involved in a shooting last month that left him injured, a man dead and another injured. Manny, 32, who was treated for an abrasion …

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Group seeks clemency for man convicted in 2006 of murder of estate agent McKinney

A jury has convicted Kosoul Chanthakoummane in the 2006 murder of Sarah Ann Walker, a McKinney real estate agent who was found brutally assaulted and murdered in a model home, and after a lengthy appeal process the state of Texas is on about to execute him by lethal injection. Wednesday, …

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Judge cuts jury award of $10 million to Novant executive fired for being a white man

In October, a federal jury in Charlotte awarded $10 million in punitive damages to a former top Novant Health executive who claimed he was fired because he was a white man. Now, a federal judge has recovered most of that money, citing a federal law that caps damages in Title …

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California Court of Appeals Refuses to Expand Trigger for Independent Counsel

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

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Former leader of Sand Springs church youth group sentenced | Crime News

A Sand Springs church youth group leader has been sentenced to prison after a jury found him guilty of having a sexualized relationship with a minor. Thomas Daniel Johnson, 49, will spend 135 months – more than 11 years – in prison, followed by 10 years of supervised release, according …

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Nearly 200 prison workers arrested on work-related charges | app

ATLANTA (AP) — Nearly 200 Georgia State Prison employees have been arrested for work-related offenses since the start of 2020, according to a list obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Of the 195 Georgia Corrections Department employees arrested through June 30, 143 are state-certified police officers, primarily corrections officers. × This …

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A gang faces crime after a series of crimes at a popular theme park

A group faces felony charges for a series of crimes that resulted in the theft of thousands of dollars worth of property from a popular theme park. No matter what theme park you visit, whether it’s a Disney park at Walt Disney World Resort or Disneyland Resort, or if you’re …

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“Different Courts Warrant Different Representation”

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

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

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

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Couy Griffin back in court to fight for his job

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

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

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

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Democrat-linked group ordered to pay former GOP nominee $8.2 million for defaming him

A A Democrat-linked group has ordered millions for defaming a failed Republican candidate. A federal jury found that the Senate Majority PAC defamed GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore and awarded the controversial Republican $8.2 million in damages. The group has been accused of defaming Moore by running ads before Moore’s …

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Catholic group wrong to deny benefits to gay worker’s husband, court hears

A federal judge in Maryland has ruled that a Catholic nonprofit organization unlawfully discriminated against a gay employee by denying her husband spousal benefits. U.S. District Judge Catherine C. Blake said Baltimore-based Catholic Relief Services violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits sex discrimination, and …

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Prosecutors: Manager of group home stolen from disabled residents

A manager of a residential facility in St. James has been charged with stealing $30,000 from adults with developmental disabilities, Suffolk County prosecutors said Friday. Desiree Etheridge of North Carolina has been charged with six counts of grand larceny in the third degree, Suffolk prosecutors said in a news release. …

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

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

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UPDATE: Former employee of Baptiste migrant group home in Chattanooga indicted on grand jury | Local News

UPDATE: A former employee of the Baptiste group home for migrants has been indicted by a grand jury. According to the real bill released on August 1, Florencia Renderos-Morales was charged with one count of sexual assault by an authority figure. The real bill says Renderos-Morales is charged with unlawful …

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Scientific Research Fellowship (BI) 055/2022 work with the UNIVERSITY OF ALGARVE

TO REMARK No. 055/2022 OPEN CALL FOR RESEARCH GRANT APPLICATION UNDER THE CONDITIONS PROVIDED BY THE ALGARVE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP REGULATIONS TITLE: 1 Research grant (Master) It is now open a call for a research grant (Master) within the framework of the project 10ID00196 – PRR-C05-i03-I-000010 Valoriza o de recursos …

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Deadly Costco Corona Shooting: Details Emerge During Hearing

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

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Do job titles really matter? – Employee benefits and compensation

To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. Today’s New York Times article on the funky pandemic job titles (“Chief Heart Officer” “Head of Dynamic Work” and “Vice President of Flexible Work” to name a few) highlighted some new …

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“Lawsuits” and the Difference Between Federal and State Courts

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

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Wisconsin woman in Slender Man attack drops plea for release

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

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Breeders’ Cup: International Group 1 goals on the agenda for Amy Murphy’s Manhattan Jungle | Race News

Amy Murphy has Group 1 targets in mind for Manhattan Jungle after her fine effort to finish second in the Prix de Cabourg at Deauville earlier this month. Bungle’s daughter Inthejungle was a member of Murphy’s enterprising raiding party who set up shop at Chantilly in a satellite yard at …

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City Marshal Job – Irving Municipal Courts

Age: N/A Education:  Equivalent to completion of Grade 12 plus related college education or advanced law enforcement training. Experience:  One (1) year minimum of recent experience as a marshal, warrant officer or patroller with a municipal court or a police department, or equivalent experience with a sheriff’s or …

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APO Group VP Lynne Krawchuk joins judging panel for South Africa’s world-renowned Effie Awards

APO Group (www.APO-opa.com), the leading pan-African communications consultancy and press release distribution service, is delighted to announce that its Vice President of Digital, Public Relations and Media Relations, Lynne Krawchuk, has been selected as a judge. for the South African edition of the world renowned Effie Prize competition (www.Effie.org) program. …

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

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

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NFL owners approve sale of Broncos to Walton-Penner Group for record $4.65 billion

Rob Walton is the next owner of the Denver Broncos. NFL owners formally approved the sale of the Broncos to the Walton-Penner ownership group on Tuesday, according to NFL Network’s James Palmer. The team was sold for $4.65 billion, setting a new US record for sales by a sports franchise. …

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

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

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Ex-cop J. DeShawn Torrence charged with workplace sexual assault

J. DeShawn Torrence A former California police officer is facing federal indictment in connection with the alleged sexual assaults of four women while on duty, the unsealed documents revealed Friday. Former Sanger Police Department officer J. DeShawn Torrence, a 38-year-old man from Corcoran, has been charged with 10 counts of …

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

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

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Chief of Police – Irrigon Job – Irrigon Police Department (OR)

Education, experience and residency At least 90 university credits. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in criminal justice, law enforcement, public administration, or related discipline preferred. Minimum of seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience in law enforcement, including middle management, department head or assistant, and have …

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“Fantastic work” or “too much”? Observers weigh in on how Parkland prosecutor built his case

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — The prosecutor seeking to sentence Florida school gunman Nikolas Cruz to death let the facts speak for themselves when he presented his case: chilling testimonies; heartbreaking statements from parents and spouses; chilling surveillance videos; gruesome autopsy and crime scene photos; and, in a crowning glory, Thursday’s …

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

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

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

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

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Job Growth in a Shrinking Economy: NPR

While the size of the economy has shrunk, the country continues to create jobs at a surprising rate. Additionally, hedge fund managers find themselves in the lead after negotiations on the Democrats’ climate change bill. SCOTT SIMON, HOST: Something unusual is happening in the US economy – inflation has hit …

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First appearance in federal court for alleged shooting plot suspects

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

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Climate Bill, Job Growth, Taiwan: Your Friday Night Briefing

(Want to receive this newsletter in your inbox? Here registration.) 1. President Biden’s climate and tax bill will begin moving through the Senate this weekend. Senator Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, the only holdout Democrat on the package, said she would back the bill after Democratic leaders agreed to scrap a …

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Danielle Redlick in court for sentencing hearing

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

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Tangerine’s eVTOL design vision for Volkswagen Group China

Volkswagen Group China has released visuals of its first eVTOL, a private jet designed to serve Chinese customers traveling between Chinese megacities for business and leisure. Named the Flying Tiger, the aircraft is designed in conjunction with British design consultancy Tangerine and designed in conjunction with Sunward, a Chinese general …

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The labor market has improved further, a surprisingly positive sign for the economy

August 5, 2022 | 09:43 The strength of the labor market contrasts with other economic indicators, which show a contraction of the American economy during the first six months of the year. The pace of hiring rose unexpectedly last month as the US labor market showed surprising strength in …

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BMW Group Takes Inclusive Communications to the Next Level by Announcing the Artificial Intelligence Challenge

Last week saw the launch of the “Joyful Diversity with AI” challenge, focusing on the key question of how AI solutions can help us as BMW Group to support diversity, equity and inclusion. in our work and communication environment. The challenge, conducted in partnership with ekipa …

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Belton YouTubers charged for harassing seniors | Court records

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

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Ex-police chief sues for job loss in Daunte Wright murder

BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. (AP) — A former police chief in suburban Minneapolis alleges he was forced to resign for refusing to immediately fire the officer who shot and killed Daunte Wright during a traffic stop in April 2021. Tim Gannon filed a lawsuit in Hennepin County District Court on Wednesday, …

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Arlington Public Library Hosts Career Fair August 20, 2022

Arlington Public Library Hosts Job Fair August 20 The Arlington Public Library is hosting a career fair on Saturday, August 20, 2022 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the East Library and Recreation Center located at 1817 New York Ave., Arlington, TX 76010. Residents are encouraged to explore employment …

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Scientific Research Fellowship (BI) 046/2022 work with the UNIVERSITY OF ALGARVE

TO REMARK No. 046/2022 OPEN CALL FOR RESEARCH GRANT APPLICATION UNDER THE CONDITIONS PROVIDED BY THE ALGARVE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP REGULATIONS TITLE: A Research Grant A call is now open for a research grant under the project EU 814066 – MARSoluT- Managed Aquifer Recharge Solutions Training Network/ MSCA-ITN-ETN, (European Training …

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DA discusses first year and a half on the job, admits some things need to be ‘strengthened’

In retrospect, T. Wright Barksdale’s timing wasn’t the best. He was sworn in as the new Ocmulgee Judicial Circuit District Attorney on December 30, 2020. That same year, Milledgeville-Baldwin County recorded eight homicides, which was the most recorded in 35 years. Also in 2020, as well as 2021 and into …

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Rights group says Sri Lanka harassed, intimidated protesters | app

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — An international human rights group says the Sri Lankan government is using emergency laws to harass and arbitrarily detain protesters demanding political reform and accountability amid the economic crisis of the island country. New York-based Human Rights Watch said in a statement Wednesday that the …

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

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

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UK court convicts chairman of bankrupt Harlequin Group over $274m Caribbean fraud

The chairman of luxury Caribbean hotel and resort developer Harlequin Group was found guilty on Wednesday of defrauding 226 million pounds ($274 million) from more than 8,000 investors in Britain . David Ames was found guilty by a jury at London’s Southwark Crown Court of two counts of fraud by …

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Florida Gay Rights Group seeks to avoid Supreme Court review of ‘conversion therapy’ order – Tallahassee Reports

After losing court battles over the constitutionality of local ordinances banning conversion therapy, a gay rights group — the Palm Beach County Human Rights Council — is asking Palm Beach County and Boca Raton to repeal their bans on this practice. The group is not seeking repeal because …

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

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

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California court overturns murder convictions of 3 deputies

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

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US Job Openings Drop to 10.7 Million in June – GV Wire

US employers posted fewer job openings in June as the economy faces runaway inflation and rising interest rates. Job postings fell to a still-high 10.7 million in June from 11.3 million in May, the Labor Department said Tuesday. Job postings, which never exceeded 8 million in a month before last …

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US job openings fell to 10.7 million in June

WASHINGTON — U.S. employers posted fewer job openings in June as the economy grapples with runaway inflation and rising interest rates. Job postings fell to a still-high 10.7 million in June from 11.3 million in May, the Labor Department said Tuesday. In its monthly job openings and turnover survey, the …

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Spackman Media Group Artist Kim Sang-Kyung Stars in TVN K-Drama, POONG, THE JOSEON PSYCHIATRIST, Tops Korea’s First Day Ratings | Taiwan News

With Spackman Media Group artist Kim Sang-kyung, POONG, THE PSYCHIATRIST JOSEON took first place in the audience ratings for its time slot based on Nielson Korea, an audience ratings research company The tvN K drama topped the first ratings of MY RELEASE NOTESwhich was the most popular K-drama in May …

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