Jacksonville’s February job growth rate tops all other Florida metro areas

Florida’s economy added 52,000 jobs in February. It marks 22 straight months of job growth and 11 straight months the state’s employment sector growth has outpaced that of the nation. NARRATIVE: Governor DeSantis Signs Parental Rights in Education Bill, LGBTQ Groups Pledge Legal Action Jacksonville specifically had plenty to brag …

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Vote for Judge Maria Lazar for the Wisconsin Court of Appeals for District II

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US-backed group supplies life-saving medicine to war-torn Ukrainians

WASHINGTON (AP) — Thousands of patients in Ukraine are receiving lifesaving drugs to treat HIV and opioid addiction through a U.S.-funded group still operating despite the Russian invasion. Supplies are running out and making deliveries is a complicated calculation with unpredictable risks. Officials say the Alliance’s quiet work on public …

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She did her job – The News Herald

Facing questions during her confirmation hearing before the US Senate on March 22, Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson caught what might be the strangest type of criticism I’ve seen in the one of those circuses. “Do you support, then, the idea that the indefinite detention of an enemy combatant …

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Iowa Supreme Court upholds Cahill’s conviction in the death of Corey Wieneke | national news

The Iowa Supreme Court upheld the second-degree murder conviction of Annette Dee Cahill, who a Muscatine County jury found guilty of beating 22-year-old Corey Wieneke to death on October 13, 1992. Cahill, 59, was convicted of second degree murder on September 19, 2019. At a sentencing hearing on November 22, …

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🌱 Non-existent CO air pollution limits + job market recovery

Rise and shine, Lakewood! Let us catch you all up to start this day on a bright note, here’s what’s going on today in Lakewood. Saturday’s weather: Warmer with periods of cloud and sun. High: 75. Low: 47. Congratulations to our first local sponsor: Looking to buy a house in …

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Pamplin Media Group – DECISION 2022: Security is a fundamental right

Washington County District Attorney Kevin Barton: “I can assure you the crime doesn’t stop at the county line.” I received a phone call not long ago from a young woman. The call was unexpected, as was the question she asked, “Do you remember me?” As a Washington County District Attorney, …

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Police Sergeant Dennis retires after 29 years on the job

Latest titles My favorite coffees What’s a morning without coffee? Seriously, I don’t know if I can answer this question. I live for… Polar Plunge in Harwich Port raises $20,000 for Special Olympics of Massachusetts HARWICH PORT – Police officers from across Cape Town came to Red River Beach on …

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Appeals court rejects McBain man’s appeals against CSC convictions | News

LANSING — A 35-year-old McBain man will continue to serve his prison sentence following the Michigan Court of Appeals’ dismissal of two appeals from a jury conviction for multiple criminal sex crimes in a a trial in October 2020 at the 28th Circuit Court in County Wexford. Kirk Allen Murray …

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Merida Group executives receive 35-year prison sentence for $152m hospice fraud

Merida Group owner Rodney Mesquais and CEO Henry McInnis were found guilty of healthcare fraud for more than $152 million, and received prison sentences of 20 and 15 years , respectively. Texas-based Merida Group operated a network of home care and hospice centers in the state. Mesquais and McInnis were …

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Nick Homrighausen keeps his job at Harrison County CIC

CADIZ – Nick Homrighausen will remain executive director of the Harrison County Community Improvement Corp. after the board voted 9-3 at a special meeting Thursday to retain him. Harrison County Commissioners Don Bethel and Paul Coffland had given CIC until April 21 to sign a proposed new contract with the …

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Senators’ questioning about Justice Jackson’s conviction history during Supreme Court confirmation hearings reveals their own failures

The primary focus of the questions asked during Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings concerned his conviction record. Some senators have repeatedly accused her of being too lenient towards those convicted of child pornography offenses, in particular. But, on the contrary, the senators’ questions highlight the failures of …

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City of Arlington to Host Career Fair April 7, 2022 at Downtown Library

Are you looking to start a rewarding new career in The American Dream City? The City of Arlington will host a job fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday, April 7, 2022 at the George W. Hawkes Downtown Library, 100 S. Center St. Many city departments, including esports, …

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A double murder suspect, on bail, was murdered on his way to court

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) – A crime watchdog is concerned about the snowball effect of crime, after the Wednesday murder of a man who was on bail, despite two second-degree murder charges pending against him . Hollis Carter was killed in Gentilly, after his arrest for the murders of a Karr …

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Man in Governor Whitmer kidnapping plot says group was ready to use grenade launcher to fight security

A second insider in a plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer told jurors Thursday that the group was ready to use a grenade launcher and machine gun to fight off security guards at her vacation home. Kaleb Franks, who pleaded guilty in February, backed many points offered a day …

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Mitzi Bickers to lose Clayton County job after federal court conviction

“You can’t move forward looking back,” she said. “I know you’re upset about what happened today, but I need someone to shout with me right now, ‘I have to move on.'” Throughout the speech, Bickers directly and indirectly referenced his condemnation and implored his followers to prepare for the future. …

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Jason Roberts ‘absent’ in shooting of police officers Gary Silk and Rodney Miller

Mr Hallowes said witnesses who are police officers have lied before under oath and the jury will hear repeated lies in evidence. “We are saying that some officers in the investigation were at fault,” he said. Sergeant Gary Silk and Senior Constable Rodney Miller. Prosecutor Ben Ihle, QC, told the …

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Juvenile court offers teens a chance to fix past mistakes

The Youth Diversion Program will allow young first-time offenders to face a jury of teenagers. NEWPORT NEWS, Va. “It’s the first of its kind in Virginia. Jered Grimes, director of juvenile services at Newport News, said the city’s new youth diversion program aims to help young first-time offenders correct past …

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Appeals Court overturns judge’s decision to drop charges against developer in former Palm Springs mayor’s bribery case

California’s 4th District Court of Appeals overturned a judge’s decision to drop charges against one of the developers charged in the bribery case of a former Palm Springs mayor. On December 4, a judge dismissed the charges against real estate developer John Wessman. Wessman was initially charged with nine counts, …

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National sex assault advocacy group slams Deshaun Watson’s trade with Browns, Haslams response

CLEVELAND, Ohio — A national organization that advocates for victims of sexual assault on Tuesday criticized the Cleveland Browns’ trade for quarterback Deshaun Watson and the statement released Sunday by team owners Jimmy and Dee Haslam. The Washington DC-based National Center on Sexual Exploitation has released an open letter to …

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Insurer settles with plaintiff after unanimous jury award

$300,000 settlement By: Michigan Lawyers Weekly Staff in Verdicts and Settlements March 22, 2022 The plaintiff injured her neck, left knee and back in an accident. She had been insured with the insurer since 2014. This was her first accident and her only claim with the insurer. Full access to …

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Court dismisses murder appeal | News, Sports, Jobs

Pennsylvania Superior Court has denied a request by a former Huntingdon County man seeking to overturn his conviction and life sentence for a 1985 murder. Kim Lee McMullen, now 59, has argued over the years that he was unlawfully convicted of the 1985 murder of Dominic Barcelona, ​​30, …

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Judge considering group’s request to take control of Confederate monument | Winchester Star

BERRYVILLE – A judge is considering allowing a private organization to take over the Confederate monument outside the Clarke County Courthouse in downtown Berryville. Meanwhile, a jury trial is due to begin on April 8 over the county’s offer to seek ownership of the monument and a small circular parcel …

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A request for informed consent can be pursued even in the absence of negligence, rules the court

This month we look at the issue of informed consent, something that normally brings to mind surgical consent forms. In this case, we learn that it means much more than that. The patient in the case, Ms. D, was involved in a single car rollover accident. Paramedics extracted her from …

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Ola Electric Invests Multi-Million Dollars in StoreDot Extremely Fast Charging Group

Listen to this article Reading time: 2 minutes StoreDot, a developer of super-fast charging technologies for electric vehicles (EVs), has secured a multi-million dollar investment from Ola Electric, India’s leading EV manufacturer. Ola Electric plans to integrate and manufacture StoreDot’s fast-charging battery technologies for future vehicles in India. The new …

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Supreme Court sides with state on Whitingham school suit | Local News

MONTPELIER — Upholding a civil court ruling, the Vermont Supreme Court said plaintiffs in a case against the state failed to show that inequities in education funding and the property tax system were caused by existing laws. The plaintiffs included Sadie Boyd, who graduated from Twin Valley Middle High School …

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Oklahoma Legislature May Change Health Commissioner Job Requirements

Oklahoma’s health commissioner would not be required to have health care or medical experience if he met other professional qualifications under a bill requested by Gov. Kevin Stitt. Republican state lawmakers are once again proposing legislation to change state law that spells out the experience required to run Oklahoma’s health …

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Court money problems invite state intervention – Marin Independent Journal

The corrosive effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on California’s public education system are evident. The state’s nearly 6 million K-12 students were forced into jury-rigged remote lessons for months and even when schools reopened, they were plagued with political disputes over whether students should be required to wear masks and/or …

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Caithness taxi driver charged with sexual assault walks out of court

Caithness taxi driver charged with sexual assault walks out of court Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” …

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Aiello-Stahl and Stinson face off in race for 26th Judicial Court judge

BOSSIER CITY, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – Voters in Bossier and Webster Parishes will select a new 26th Justice Court Justice on Saturday, March 26. Caddo Sheriff asks voters to support 5 tax renewals Allie Aiello Stahl and Doug Stinson are on the ballot to replace Judge Charles Jacobs, who stepped down …

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Group 1 Insights and Tips

What an embarrassment of racing riches we have this weekend, with five Group 1s at Rosehill and the All Star Mile at Flemington. Stars of all ages and genders battle it out on the grass over a range of distances and conditions. Let’s go. golden slipper How to dissect the …

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2021 Wall of Fame Inductees: Distinguished Band | News

Each year, five new inductees grace Porterville City Hall’s Wall of Fame. Those honored are recognized for their significant contributions, efforts and service to the Porterville community. Due to the COVID pandemic, the previous 2020 and 2021 winners were not publicly honored until Friday when they were recognized, along with …

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DVM Group Named Best International Architectural Visualization Company at IPA

DVM Group has won the award for the best international architectural visualization company in the global competition of the International Property Awards, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal. The award ceremony took place in London and the DVM Group award was received by Managing Partner …

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Private Equity Guy With $800,000 Quits For $32,000 Dream Job

There’s probably at least one at every morning meeting – the person with a career in financial services who still hasn’t given up on their dream of sports, acting, music or whatever. They were probably very talented when they were young, but they had more student debt than they were …

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The highs and lows of remote court, now officially on the road to expansion in Illinois

CENTRAL ILLINOIS (WCIA) — Remote court appearances may have expanded or first appeared in some counties due to the pandemic, but they are no longer considered a temporary measure. Technology has officially moved many Illinois court hearings away from the courthouse, and the state Supreme Court signaled Thursday that those …

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Firm says ex-client cannot sue to recover punitive jury award

By Lauraann Wood (March 17, 2022, 6:03 p.m. EDT) – A law firm argued in the Illinois Supreme Court Thursday that defense attorneys would face excessive liability if the court allowed a former client to try to recover malpractice damages. punitive indemnity which he was ordered to pay in the …

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Suspected member of the Patriot Boys militia pleads guilty to assaulting an officer on January 6

Washington – An alleged member of the Patriot Boys militia group, Lucas Denney, has now pleaded guilty to one count of assaulting and obstructing law enforcement officers with a long pole and large tube on the 6th January 2021, after prosecutors admitted they had made an “unintentional procedural error by …

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Georgia Governor interviews finalists for Columbus DA position

Governor Brian Kemp speaks during a visit to the Columbus Civic Center mass vaccination site in this LE file photo. Kemp met with four potential replacements for the vacant Columbus DA position. Madeleine Cook mcook@ledger-enquirer.com Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp this week interviewed at least four finalists vying to replace Mark …

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Reassignment with reduced hours and pay: “punishment” or “reasonable accommodation”? | Sherman & Howard LLC

It is said that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. A similar principle applies in employment law, where managers and workers sometimes develop conflicting perceptions about employment decisions. What a manager considers a reasonable accommodation (i.e., of an employee’s religion or disability), the employee may consider punishment or discrimination. …

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Nuhash Humayun Director Moshari Wins Big at SXSW Jury Award

Aptly titled ‘Moshari’ which translates to ‘mosquito net’, the horror short film stars National Award-winning actor Sunerah Binte Kamal and Nairah Onora Saif as two sisters struggling to survive in the middle of an apocalypse. TBS report March 17, 2022, 10:10 a.m. Last modification: March 17, 2022, 1:08 PM Sunerah …

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Anthony Rauda removed from Los Angeles Superior Court after explosion – NBC Los Angeles

A man accused of murdering an Irvine researcher, who was shot while camping with his two young daughters in Malibu Creek State Park, was removed from court on Wednesday after an explosion laden with obscenities . Superior Court Judge Charlaine Olmedo told Anthony Rauda before he was removed from the …

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Minnesota school board meeting with anti-LGBTQ+ hate group protested

Becker, Mn. – The Becker School District Board has signed a plan to allow the [Minnesota] Child Protection League, (MCPL), to make a presentation at a special board meeting on Monday, March 14. The MCPL, formed in 2013 and based in Anoka, Minnesota, is listed by the Southern Poverty Law …

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Byron Allen’s Allen Media Group sues Nielsen for fraud – Deadline

Byron Allen’s media companies – Weather Group, Entertainment Studios Networks (ESN) and CF Entertainment – sued Nielsen, seeking billions of dollars in damages for fraudulent misrepresentation and concealment fraud. The lawsuit says the way Nielsen has historically measured TV viewing for years — through its Home Viewer Tracking and Recruitment …

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Ex-Trago Mills security guard denies trying to steal ‘internal work’

A former Trago Mills security guard and mechanic friend have denied involvement in a failed shopping center robbery near Newton Abbot. Matthew Jagla, 29, and Samuel Boon, 28, are accused of mounting an ‘inside job’ which relied on knowing when cash receipts were transferred from one part of the building …

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SXSW Movie Review: I Love My Dad: SXSW Grand Jury Prize Winner Finds Humor in an Icky Setup – SXSW

SXSW Grand Jury Prize winner finds humor in icky setup By Marjorie Baumgarten, 11:30 a.m., Wed, Mar 16, 2022 I love my father The premise of I love my father is so gross that the film’s writer, director, and co-star James Morosini lets viewers know from the start that its …

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How will the court’s decision affect current MiLB players?

The class-action lawsuit that saw minor league players seek unpaid wages reached a major milestone with the March 15 unveiling of U.S. District Court Chief Judge Joseph C. Spero’s ruling that finds MLB liable for the unpaid salaries of minor league players who participated in spring training, extended spring training …

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SXSW Announces Grand Jury Award Winners: Austinite Iliana Sosa Wins Twice for What We Leave Behind – SXSW

What we leave behindAustin filmmaker Iliana Sosa’s new documentary, won two awards last night at the South by Southwest Grand Jury Awards The depth, breadth and diversity of the South by Southwest filmmaking community was celebrated last night at the Paramount Theater with the annual Grand Jury Awards – and …

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Supreme Court finds bona fide error in copyright case

On February 24, 2022, the United States Supreme Court in Unicolors, Inc. v. H&M Hennes & Mauritz, LP, 211 L.Ed.2d 586 (US 2022) discussed the “knowledge” element in 17 USC 411(b) for copyright registrations. In a 6-3 decision, reversing the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the High Court held that …

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Prosecutors group reprimands Sheriff Livingston for email praising ex-Deputy Hall, lambasting DA Becton | News

The California Prosecutors Alliance has asked the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors to audit the disciplinary practices of Sheriff David Livingston’s department and increase outside oversight of alleged departmental misconduct. The request follows an email Livingston sent to his department following the March 3 sentencing of Contra Costa Congressman …

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Covington Bridge collapse worker seeks damages from foreman

COVINGTON, Ga. — A former construction worker claims the foreman tasked with removing the access road bridge was ‘negligent’ in October when he drove heavy machinery over the structure after cuts were made on its concrete face. As a result, the bridge collapsed due to the actions of foreman Michael …

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DAAily Jobs: Find Your Dream Job in the World’s Largest Architecture and Design Community

DAAily Jobs: Find Your Dream Job in the World’s Largest Architecture and Design Community To share To share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/976098/daaily-jobs-find-your-dream-job-in-the-worlds-largest-architecture-and-design-community A recent survey by our development team found that one in four architects and designers identify working conditions as their biggest workplace frustration. If architecture …

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New Maury County Courthouse Annex will cost about $19 million

A conservative estimate is that the new Maury County Courthouse Annex is expected to cost taxpayers approximately $19 million, an increase from the original estimate. The new courthouse which will be located in the expanded structure of the former home of the Daily Herald, 1115 South Main St., is expected …

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Group wants Contra Costa sheriff’s disciplinary practices probed

By Tony Hicks, Bay City News Foundation CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CA – The California Prosecutors Alliance has asked the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors to audit the disciplinary practices of Sheriff David Livingston’s department and increase outside oversight of alleged departmental misconduct. The request follows an email Livingston sent …

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Update: pain management or pillbox? Supreme Court Hears Arguments Regarding Prosecution Standards for Practitioners Prescribing Narcotics | McGuireWoods LLP

Last week, the Supreme Court (Court) heard oral arguments in related cases Ruan v. United States and Kahn v. United States, regarding the application of the Controlled Substances Act (“CSA” or “the Act”) to medical practitioners. Through these cases, the Court is expected to resolve a divided circuit over the …

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The duo are accused of the failed ‘inside employment’ theft of Trago Mills

Two men have been tried charged with attempted theft of ‘inside work’ at Trago Mills. Masked men targeted security guards carrying the day’s receipts at the shopping complex near Newton Abbot, Exeter Crown Court heard. But the robbery went wrong after a quick-witted guard called for help. The gang got …

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Democratic group accuses Trump of violating campaign finance laws by refusing to officially declare his 2024 presidential candidacy now

Bryan Metzger March 14, 2022, 6:24 p.m. Former President Donald Trump at a rally in Florence, South Carolina on March 12, 2022. Peter Zay/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images Trump has virtually declared a presidential candidacy in 2024. But once he does, he’s subject to stricter rules. A Democratic group accuses …

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Davidson County Animal Rescue Group Leads Letter-Writing Campaign Regarding Lexington Woman Accused of Animal Cruelty | criminality

Nina had to be euthanized after she was hit by a car a week earlier which left her with a broken back, and the owner reportedly refused to take her to the vet for treatment. Photo submitted An animal rescue organization is running a letter-writing campaign regarding a Lexington woman …

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War tribunal overseer ends sentence of Guantanamo detainee

GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba — An admitted al-Qaeda courier who described his torture by the CIA to a U.S. military jury has served his prison sentence, the Pentagon announced Friday. American diplomats must now find a country to place it. Majid Khan was sentenced to 26 years in prison in October, …

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Court dismisses ex-Chicago cop’s efforts to get his job back – NBC Chicago

A court has thrown out a former Chicago police officer’s bid to get his job back after he was fired for his role in the shooting death of a bystander. The Illinois appeals court ruled Friday that the disciplinary proceedings were fair and there was cause for the dismissal, the …

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Court dismisses ex-Chicago officer’s efforts to get his job back

CHICAGO (AP) — A court has dismissed a former Chicago police officer’s efforts to get his job back after he was fired for his role in the shooting death of a bystander. The Illinois appeals court ruled Friday that the disciplinary proceedings were fair and there was cause for the …

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McCook Group Enters 52nd Year Helping People With Disabilities Achieve Their Goals

McCOOK, Neb. (AP) – Success isn’t always measured by the car, the vacation, the bank account or the house. Sometimes it’s measured by the simplest things, like having a glass of water. And for more than 50 years, the staff at Southwest Area Training Services, or SWATS, has been helping …

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Chicago police dismissal of Robert Rialmo upheld by appeals court

An Illinois appeals court has dismissed former fired officer Robert Rialmo’s latest attempt to join the Chicago Police Department. Rialmo was fired in 2019 for inadvertently shooting and killing a bystander in 2015 at a West Side home where he said a 19-year-old man charged at him with a baseball …

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“Blue Ocean Group stands the test of time”

As a key player, contributing to various labour, raw material and manufacturing supply chains and one of the largest job providers in Sri Lanka, the construction industry contributes 7.1% of GDP, employing over 600,000 workers. Despite the global economic downturn the world is facing across all industries and the resulting …

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Job applicant sues Bridgewater State U. for asking her to ‘defend her whiteness’ in interview

A Connecticut social worker has filed a race and career discrimination lawsuit against Bridgewater State University after she asked her to “defend her whiteness” during a job interview. Donna Johnston, one of ten candidates for three vacancies at the School of Social Work, said she was “devastated” by the statement, …

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Court dismisses former Chicago officer’s efforts to get his job back | Illinois News

CHICAGO (AP) — A court has dismissed a former Chicago police officer’s efforts to get his job back after he was fired for his role in the shooting death of a bystander. The Illinois appeals court ruled Friday that the disciplinary proceedings were fair and there was cause for the …

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Poole rape defendant says sex in court was consensual

A MAN told jurors he had not raped a woman and that their sex was consensual. Hasan Kyoybasha is on trial at Bournemouth Crown Court charged with rape and penetrative sexual assault of a woman in September last year. Kyoybasha, 30, of Ashley Road, Poole, denies both charges. As noted, …

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Lawsuit claims group intimidated voters in fraud hunt

The lawsuit alleges that a group of far-right election conspirators attempted to uncover non-existent fraud in the 2020 election through door-to-door canvassing. COLORADO, United States — A coalition of civil rights and voting organizations invoked the 19th century Ku Klux Klan law in a lawsuit filed Wednesday seeking to block …

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California employee can sue claim of misrepresented job offer

​Carry: A California Labor Code violation can also occur when an employee moves out after being promised a certain salary and being told they must take a pay cut shortly after starting their new job. Despite his at-will status, a former employee can sue under the California Labor Code alleging …

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Indicted Colorado election clerk Tina Peters appears in court

Tina Peters (Mesa County Sheriff’s Office) GRAND JUNCTION — A Colorado County election clerk who was jailed after being charged with conspiring to breach voting system technology used in the United States made her first court appearance via video Thursday. Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters made no comment during the …

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Leissner was earning US$41,000 a month in ‘shadow work’ working for Bonderman Fund

NEW YORK, United States (Bloomberg): Tim Leissner worked in parallel for the family office of David Bonderman, the billionaire co-founder of TPG Inc., while still a partner at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., the former star told the banker to a jury on Wednesday, March 10. Leissner, the key witness in …

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Righthander Brooks, Inspired Son, Returns from Korea in Hope of a Job with the Cardinals | Cardinals of St. Louis

JUPITER, Fla. — The Cardinals could once again have a starting pitcher who pitched the previous two seasons in the Korea Baseball Organization. Kwang Hyun Kim returned to Korea on a four-year contract after spending the past two seasons with the Cardinals. Now the organization has signed free right-hander Aaron …

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Sonoma, Napa lawyers and court officers hail loosening of state rules

California Chief Judge Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye on March 3 announced an order overturning emergency measures that have delayed civil jury trials and resulted in more distant hearings. The removal of the measures will come into effect on April 30, two months before they expire. The changes to court proceedings ordered …

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First Amendment group says academic officials on Court of Appeals should not have access to qualified immunity

from ah-the-famous-rapid-deliberations-of-government-officials department Qualified immunity has been heavily criticized for allowing law enforcement to get away with it. The doctrine created by the Supreme Court exempts officers from civil rights suits even when the rights have been shown to have been violated…as long as the violation of rights has not …

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White nationalist group plans White Lives Matter march in Indiana this weekend | News Article | Cincinnati

Click to enlarge Photo: Google Street View A white nationalist group called the Hoosier Nationalists released a flyer saying they planned to march in Jeffersonville on Saturday. An Indiana branch of a white nationalist hate group is planning a White Lives Matter march this Saturday in downtown Jeffersonville, Indiana. Click …

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Many election workers say they are done with the job

Twenty percent of local election officials are ‘very’ or ‘fairly unlikely’ to continue in those positions in the 2024 presidential election, according to a new investigation indicating a sense of unease among officials running US elections. The survey, released by the Brennan Center, puts data on anecdotal reports that politicians’ …

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CORE by UNITED GRINDING Group awarded a “Special Mention” at the UX Design Awards 2022

The medical world has seen many technological advances in the last decades. They constantly pushed the boundaries of learning and improvement. Generative design software is one such advancement. It has been a revolutionary boon in various fields such as engineering, design, architecture, etc. It has also been widely used in …

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Court rejects Starr’s offer to appeal | News, Sports, Jobs

Star Pennsylvania Superior Court has dismissed a complaint by former city police officer Matthew S. Starr that his attorney erred when he failed to appeal a jury’s decision on convicting of money laundering and five counts of theft. In April 2019, Starr, 44, was sentenced by …

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Lawsuit seeks to end group’s door-to-door voter fraud hunt

DENVER— A coalition of civil rights and voting organizations invoked the 19th century Ku Klux Klan law in a lawsuit filed Wednesday seeking to stop a group of Donald Trump supporters from going door to door in the Colorado on the hunt for an already debunked voter fraud. The US …

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Federal appeals court reviews tax evidence against New Orleans prosecutor Jason Williams | Courts

As Orleans Parish District Attorney Jason Williams grilled a defendant charged with murder Wednesday in his first trial as a prosecutor, a panel at the downtown federal appeals court weighed the evidence that a jury will be allowed to hear in Williams’ ongoing federal tax evasion trial. charges. A federal …

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Electrician got $2.4million job from contractor after school project vote

A Southington electrical contractor who has worked with a Bristol construction company for ‘over 30 years’ has voted to make the company the general contractor for a $67million school construction project in Bristol — and later received a $2.5 million contract from that same company to work on another project …

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The US labor market is very tight, job vacancies near a record high in January

A tractor-trailer advertising job opportunities in the trucking industry heads south on Interstate 81 near Staunton, Virginia, U.S., January 22, 2022. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Job vacancies fall by 185,000 to 11.263 million in January December job postings revised to record 11.448 million …

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$9.5million jury award after CT scan reveals surgical sponge left in woman for 5 years

An appeals court recently upheld a jury award of $9.5million after CT imaging revealed a surgical sponge that providers left in a patient for five years. The case dates back to March 2011, when Carolyn Boerste underwent surgery at the University of Louisville Hospital to resolve circulation issues in her …

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Trial error declared in quadruple homicide case: Court

PALM DESERT, Calif. — With jurors saying they were hopelessly deadlocked, a mistrial was declared Tuesday in the trial of a Cathedral City man accused of fatally shooting four people in Palm Springs. Jurors deliberated for seven days during the trial of Jose Vladimir Larin-Garcia, 22, who is charged with …

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Leader of extremist group Proud Boys arrested for January 6 attack on US Capitol

A leader of the far-right extremist group Proud Boys was arrested on Tuesday on conspiracy charges for his alleged role in the coordinated attack on the US Capitol to prevent Congress from certifying Democrat Joe Biden’s 2020 election victory. Henry “Enrique” Tarrio was not there when the riot broke out …

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Green Energy group tries again for Columbus ballot initiative

The people behind the nebulous “green energy” program that would have taken millions of dollars from the city of Columbus if voters hadn’t shot it down in November will try again. Documents have been filed with the Columbus City Council Clerk’s Office indicating that ProEnergy Ohio LLC intends to circulate …

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You quit your job, but you still need a retirement plan

Self-employed business owners who want to save more than $6,000 a year can choose from two retirement savings accounts created for sole proprietors. For 2022, a Simplified employee pension plan (SEP IRA) allows contributions of up to 25% of income or $61,000 for 2022, while a solo 401(k) allows contributions …

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Eason was stunned Clemson’s Dabo Swinney offered him a DT job

CLEMSON, SC — It was late January morning when Nick Eason got a phone call from one of his good friends in the coaching business. His friend, another defensive line coach, had applied for a job at his alma mater, but he didn’t get the job. “He called me and …

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Gainesville hiring law would open job opportunities for arrestees

Gainesville businesses with 15 or more employees could not reject a job applicant based on past arrests under a new law proposed by city officials. The city commission has asked its legal team to draft a “fair hiring” ordinance that will be presented to the business community for comment. The …

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Neo-Nazi group and its former leader seek to reduce the damage of assembly trials | August 12

The National Socialist Movement and its former leader Jeff Schoep have joined a growing list of rally trial defendants seeking to reduce hundreds of thousands of dollars in punitive damages awarded to them through a federal lawsuit. The prolific federal Sines v. Kessler lawsuit that sought to hold organizers and …

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Shiner Law Group, PA Files Lawsuit Against CVS Pharmacy On Behalf Of Client Injected With COVID-19 Vaccine Without Consent |

BOCA RATON, Florida., March 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Shiner Law Group Attorneys David I. Shiner and Joseph A. Mendelsohn filed a lawsuit against the national chain store, CVS Pharmacy, Inc. as well as the pharmacist, Linda Trang Nguyenfollowing an incident that occurred on November 24, 2021in a CVS pharmacy located …

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Rescinding hospital job offer due to man’s HIV status warrants jury trial, judge says

St. Joseph’s/Candler Health System in Savannah, Georgia, may have violated federal disability law by rescinding a job offer from an HIV-positive man, a federal judge has heard ruled March 3, according to Bloomberg Law. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission deposit a complaint against the hospital in May 2020 on behalf …

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Judge, MCAO prosecutors kept job talks secret

PHOENIX — On Nov. 15, 2019, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Erin Otis kept a secret. This was a sentencing hearing for a man convicted of first degree murder. But what the defense attorneys in the case didn’t know: Otis had been seeking and negotiating a job with the county …

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Nightingale courts deal ‘avoided threat of job losses’ at Warwick Hotel

A Warwick hotel has managed to avoid laying off people thanks to a deal to become a temporary home for a court of nightingales. Peter Nye, managing director of Delta Hotels by Marriott Warwick, said the deal had helped offset losses reaching hundreds of thousands of pounds as the rise …

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Travis County court system returns in person with over 200 trials pending

In-person proceedings and Travis County jury trials resume District Judge Cliff Brown said two criminal trials were already underway. Fewer trials will take place at the same time and more changes are in place as court systems come back in person. AUSTIN, TX – In-person court proceedings are back in …

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MTN Group and Huawei Joint DNA Solution Obtain GSMA Recognition

By Adedapo Adesanya Hot on the heels of the recent launch of the G11 and G21, HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, has announced three new Nokia C-series smartphones – the C21, C21 Plus and C2 2nd Edition. According to the company, this responds to the success of Nokia …

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National Mission for Clean Ganga Receives Special Jury Prize at 9th FICCI Water Awards

NNA | Update: 06 March 2022 23:04 STI New Delhi [India]March 6 (ANI): National Mission for Clean Ganga received the Special Jury Prize at the 7th India Industry Water Conclave and 9th FICCI Water Awards held on a virtual platform from March 2-3. The FICCI Water Awards Jury, made up …

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Hyundai Motor Group’s Luc Donckerwolke named World Car Person of the Year 2022

Luc Donckerwolke, Head of Design and Chief Creative Officer of Hyundai Motor Group, is World Car Person of the Year 2022, recognized for his role in overseeing innovative new models for the Korean automaker, including the Hyundai Ioniq 5, Kia EV6 and the Genesis GV60. The accolade, awarded by 102 …

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Washington State Proposes Landmark Employment Status Deal for Concert Conductors

The Washington state Senate on Friday passed a bill giving gig drivers certain benefits and protections while preventing them from being classified as employees — a longstanding priority of ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft. While the vote appears to pave the way for final passage after a similar measure …

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Amtrak engineer acquitted in 2015 derailment that killed 8

By MARYCLAIRE DALE Associated Press PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A jury on Friday cleared an Amtrak engineer of all charges stemming from a derailment that killed eight people and injured hundreds in Philadelphia in 2015, finding that his operation of the train more than twice the speed limit on a curve …

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Former Texas member of the Three Percenter militia recounts the road trip to the January 6 riots

WASHINGTON — In early January 2021, Rocky Hardy and Guy Reffitt drove the roughly 20 hours from North Texas to DC in a van loaded with assault rifles, ammunition and handguns, talking family and politics and harassing the leader of their far-right far-right group along the way. “We kind of …

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Jury Deliberations in Fatal Amtrak Derailment to Begin Again

Posted on March 4, 2022 at 2:07 p.m. and updated on March 4, 2022 at 2:07 p.m. By MARYCLAIRE DALE Associated Press PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Proceedings in the trial of an Amtrak engineer accused of causing a fatal 2015 derailment in Philadelphia will resume Friday afternoon after a juror suffered …

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FBI agents claiming to be part of a far-right group will have to testify using their real names

A judge has ruled that two undercover FBI agents posing as members of a far-right militia framed for plotting to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer will have to testify in court using their real names. U.S. District Chief Judge Robert Jonker said the two officers, who were known only as …

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Texas teenager explains in court why he reported his father for the insurrection

Emotions ran high during the testimony at the trial of a North Texas man accused of participating in the United States Capitol insurrection. Guy Reffitt of Wylie, Texas, on trial for five criminal charges including obstruction and weapons offences, was in tears as his son Jackson testified against him in …

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Public transport advocacy group slams Karnataka government for not allocating funds to BMTC

Public transport advocacy group Bengaluru Bus Prayanikara Vedike (BBPV) has called the state budget a disappointment for not allocating funds to the Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Committee (BMTC) and shelving its demand free trips for commuters. 🗞️ Subscribe now: get Express Premium to access the best election reports and analysis 🗞️ …

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The National Mission for Clean Ganga receives the special jury prize

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Nixing’s job offer from hospital to HIV-positive worker may be biased

A Georgia hospital may have violated federal disability law by rescinding its offer of a security guard job to a worker after learning he was HIV-positive, a federal judge in Savannah has heard. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has raised several issues warranting a lawsuit in its lawsuit for Corey …

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Colorado clerk Tina Peters sentenced in court for allegedly lying to judge – CBS Denver

DENVER (AP) – A Colorado County election clerk under investigation by federal and state authorities for an alleged violation of voting machine security has been ordered to appear in court to respond to allegations that she lied about the recording of a hearing. A judge on Wednesday issued an order …

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Case against sheriff accused of pointing gun at church youth group moved to district court

Bingham County Sheriff Craig Rowland was remanded in district court on the felony charges of aggravated assault and grievous bodily harm. (Bingham County Sheriff’s Department) Estimated reading time: 6-7 minutes BLACKFOOT, Idaho — Bingham County Sheriff Craig Rowland has been remanded in district court on felony charges of aggravated assault …

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DA: Cal City boys died three months before reported disappearance

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KERO) – After being missing for more than a year, Orrin and Orson West, who were first reported missing in December 2020 in California City, are believed to be dead. And the timeline of their disappearance is not what was originally reported. The Bakersfield Police Department arrested the …

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Faurecia: member of the FORVIA group, equips the Kia EV6 Car of the Year 2022 and all the finalists

03.03.2022 Categories Cockpit of the future Faurecia, a subsidiary of the FORVIA group, equips the 2022 Kia EV6 car of the year and all the finalists Choice of type of news Content of the article Text Faurecia, part of the leading automotive …

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National Mission for Clean Ganga Receives Special Jury Prize at 9th FICCI Water Awards | The Weather Channel – Articles from The Weather Channel

File photo (Subhrajit Chandra/BCCL, Kolkata) The National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG) received the “Special Jury Prize” for “causing a paradigm shift in water management” at the 7th India Industry Water Conclave and 9th FICCI Water Awards . “The Jury wishes to recognize the extremely important work that NMCG is …

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Blair struggles to fill vacancies | News, Sports, Jobs

HOLLIDAYSBURG — Blair County continues to have difficulty hiring and retaining staff due to low wages, two employees told the county’s wage board, which voted Wednesday on starting pay scales for 15 job vacancies. or soon vacant. The county has about 90 vacancies, human resources director Katherine Swigart …

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Judge moves Bingham Sheriff’s case to district court after preliminary hearing

BLACKFOOT — Bingham County Sheriff Craig Rowland has been remanded in district court on the felony charges of aggravated assault and aggravated assault. Fremont County Magistrate Judge Faren Eddins made the decision following a preliminary hearing on Wednesday, which lasted about three hours. RELATED | Judge: Bingham County sheriff to …

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Federal grand jury investigating the shooting of Craig Greenberg. Here are the possible costs

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A federal grand jury is investigating the shooting of Louisville Democratic candidate Craig Greenberg by Quintez Brown activistsays the Louisville Urban League. And that could be “disastrous” for Brown’s treatment, according to the group. The Courier Journal has learned that federal prosecutors are asking the grand jury …

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Jury assignment proves fatal to plaintiff’s allegation of bad faith

The Eighth Circuit recently upheld an Arkansas district court’s dismissal of plaintiff’s first-party bad faith claim against her insurance company after the insurer prevailed in its motion for summary judgment. Tilghman v. Allstate Prop. & Case. Ins. Co., __F.4and __, 2022 WL 18977 (8and Cir. 2022), was born from a …

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High Court set to make DOJ’s job harder in opioid cases

By Jeff Overley (March 1, 2022, 11:35 PM EST) — The U.S. Supreme Court seemed likely on Tuesday to require stronger evidence of intentional wrongdoing when the U.S. Department of Justice prosecutes opioid prescribers , experts say, a finding that could also help large drugstore chains accused of recklessly selling …

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Appeals Court Overturns Sexual Assault Conviction Following Inappropriate Testimony | Content reserved for subscribers

A Douglas County judge mistakenly let an expert witness vouch for the credibility of a child victim, prompting the state Court of Appeals to overturn the defendant’s sexual assault convictions. Joseph Ramirez was sentenced to 16 years to life based on his 2018 trial for allegedly repeatedly sexually abusing a …

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Supreme Court grapples with drug trafficking convictions against opioid prescribers

The Supreme Court on Tuesday faced convictions of two doctors who operated opioid ‘pill mills’, a case in which judges are asked to find the line between legitimate medical practice and the criminal distribution of drugs that has contributed to a national crisis. The doctors, both sentenced to more than …

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Attorney Stanley Gipe of Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA, Wins $6.7 Million for Lewis Family | News

CLEARWATER, Florida., March 1, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The Lewis family still mourning the death of Harold Lewiswas rewarded $6,703,000 after a passionate and fierce fight against the rehabilitation center that caused his death. Attorney Stanley Gipeof Dolman Law Group Personal Injury Lawyers, PArepresented the three surviving adult children of Mr. …

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