Rikki Neave’s mum tells court she was ‘horrified’ to be jailed for child cruelty

Ruth Neave (pictured in 2016) stood trial at Northampton Crown Court for the murder of Rikki in 1996 and was cleared by the jury The mother of murdered schoolboy Rikki Neave told a court today that she had used cannabis and amphetamines but was ‘horrified’ to be jailed for child …

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Alleging Harassment by BJP Men, Forest Inspector Leaves Job in Meerut

Ajit Bhadana further said that he has worked in the Forest Department for 34 years and has never been so harassed by this government as now. BJP MLA from Hastinapur Dinesh Khatik and MLA Sangeet Som from Sardhana along with their followers used to talk in a derogatory manner whenever …

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Job vacancies remained high in December despite Omicron surge

The Omicron variant of the coronavirus has disrupted business and kept millions of people out of work. But in December, at least, he did little to calm the hot labor market. Employers posted 10.9 million open jobs in last month of 2021, Labor Department says said tuesday. This was up …

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Federal Court Rejects Plea Agreement in Ahmaud Arbery Murder – JURIST

Two of the three men convicted of the 2020 murder of Ahmaud Arbery reached plea deals on Sunday, but the district judge Lisa Wood of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Georgia on Monday rejected the plea agreements. father and son duo Gregor and Travis McMichael, along …

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Central Florida neo-Nazi group leader recently arrested, records show

ORLANDO, Florida. – Members of a neo-Nazi group that staged weekend protests in Orlando displayed signs saying they belonged to the National Socialist Movement, or NSM, a Kissimmee-based organization that has been designated a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center. The NSM, which calls itself “America’s premier white …

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Luis Soberon addresses state criminal court backlog

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected virtually every facet of state government, and the Texas criminal courts are no exception. In an average pre-pandemic week, 186 criminal jury trials would take place across Texas. This figure has fallen to an average of 4 per week in 2020, despite many courts using …

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Court of Appeals Judge Regina Bartholomew-Woods resigns to take up position at Entergy | Courts

Nearly four years before her term expires, Louisiana 4th Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Regina Bartholomew-Woods is hanging up her robes for a job at Entergy Corp. Bartholomew-Woods made his resignation official in a letter to the Louisiana secretary of state last week. It comes into effect on Friday. In …

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Prosecutors silence animal cruelty evidence in court

Wayne Hsiung, right, and Andrew Sharo of Direct Action Everywhere hold piglets during a filmed animal rescue at Circle 4, a Smithfield Foods facility in Utah, in early 2017. Photo: Courtesy of DxE In criminal trials, judges regularly decide that certain evidence or testimony is not presented to the jury. …

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Court hears Clint Davies appeal in Fresno | News

Oral arguments were heard on January 27 in People of the State of California v. James Clinton Davies. Three judges from the Fifth Appellate District of the State Court of Appeals heard the arguments – Herbert I. Levy, Charles S. Poochigian and Kathleen A. Meehan. The court is based in …

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Salisbury Crown Court: Man guilty of raping woman he met online

A man has been found guilty by Salisbury Crown Court of raping a woman he met on a dating site. Malcolm Compton, 59, of Carpenters Lane, Keynsham, appeared outside Salisbury Courthouse on Thursday January 27, where the jury returned a unanimous verdict after an hour and a half of deliberation. …

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