jury convicts youth group leader of attempted coercion and incitement of minor | USAO-NDOK

A federal jury on Wednesday convicted a leader of a religious youth group of having a sexualized relationship with a minor, U.S. Attorney Clint Johnson said. Thomas Daniel Johnson, 48, of Sand Springs, was found guilty of attempted coercion and incitement of a minor. U.S. District Judge Karen E. Schreier …

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Met Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick quits job as Sadiq Khan loses ‘trust’ in her | UK News

Dame Cressida Dick is stepping down as Met Police Chief with London Mayor Sadiq Khan, saying it’s clear that ‘the only way to start delivering the scale of change required is to have new leadership while high”. Mr Khan issued a ‘warning’ to the Met Police Commissioner last week after …

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

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

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Good job, City Council | Daily Democrat

Thank you, Fort Madison City Council, for turning down HR Green’s ridiculous request. Many entrepreneurs think government entities are a breeze because it’s not their money they’re spending. If I see a council member, I’m going to shake his hand. It doesn’t mean a lot, but if everyone is thanking …

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BrewDog files complaint with BBC and Ofcom over ‘Axe Work’ documentary

BrewDog’s chief executive has revealed he is making a formal complaint to the BBC and Ofcom over the “dozens of inaccuracies and misrepresentations” in his recent documentary Disclosure. In a LinkedIn post, James Watt spoke of a ‘difficult fortnight’ after the program was released, which followed allegations of a toxic …

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

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

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Council Member LaCava Leads San Diego Planning Group’s Reform Effort

After many years of rumblings and recommendations on reforming the community planning group, this year could be the year the city of San Diego changes the way its advisory councils work. District 1 Councilmember Joe LaCava has embarked on the process to update the San Diego City Council policy that …

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Collins Defends District Attorney’s Office and Its Work at County Supervisors’ Meeting – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

NATCHEZ — Adams County Sixth District Attorney Shameca Collins spoke to the Adams County Board of Supervisors Monday morning, telling them she was there to correct misinformation that she said had presented at a recent meeting. A discussion of crime at the Jan. 18 board of supervisors meeting has supervisor …

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Community Briefings: Join the Civilian Grand Jury | Job fair for teenagers | Lecture by John Muir | Leisure Fair | Deadline for the survey Downtown Danville | News

Teen job fair This year’s Tri-Valley Teen Job Fair is scheduled for next month at the Dublin Senior Center, where teens aged 14 to 19 can explore workshops and meet potential employers. Teens are encouraged to dress professionally and bring their resume for the free event, with lunch provided. Employers …

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

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

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