Arizona grand jury indicts alleged leader of Florida neo-Nazi group with disorderly conduct

Suspected neo-Nazi leader arrested in Chandler Chandler, Ariz. – A grand jury in Arizona indicted the alleged leader of a neo-Nazi group over a 2021 incident where he allegedly threatened black men at gunpoint in a Chandler parking near Dobson and Queen Creek roads. According to court documents released on …

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White Collar Group of the Year: Paul Hastings

By Ivan Moreno (January 27, 2022, 2:03 PM EST) – Paul Hastings LLP guided Goldman Sachs in a $2.9 billion plea deal that resolved a criminal investigation into the bank’s role in the scandal 1Malaysia Development Bhd. fraud convictions of former Wilmington Trust Corp. executives, earning the firm a spot …

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Flack’s death sentence appeal to Kansas Supreme Court next week

Kansas Courts Chart. A death row inmate found in Emporia shortly after the deaths of four people near Ottawa will have his final appeal next week in Kansas Supreme Court. Kyle Flack has numerous items he plans to present to the state high court during his hearing, which begins Monday. …

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Group issues demands after ex-Rock Hill officer found not guilty of assault

ROCK HILL, SC (WBTV) – Members of Moms Against Racism have issued a series of demands after former Rock Hill police officer Jonathan Moreno was found not guilty of third-degree assault during the controversial arrest of Travis Price last year. According to a press release, the group calls for an …

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FBI warns of Iranian cybergroup, urges organizations to beef up defenses

The FBI has issued an alert detailing an Iranian group’s tools, techniques and tactics, giving U.S. organizations advice on how to defend against its malicious cyber activities. In October 2021, a grand jury in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York indicted two Iranian nationals employed …

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I lied about my degree to get a job. How to become clean?

I went to college for four years but did not graduate or graduate due to a mental health issue that was undiagnosed at the time. I’m not ashamed of that. But with all my graduate friends, I was nervous about getting a job without a degree. So I lied about …

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Supreme Court bombshell paves way for first black woman on court, after Biden pledge

Internet Explorer 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. So many losses: Judge who inflicted MAGA losses on Obamacare, voting, to quit SCOTUS 09:14 Now Playing The SCOTUS bomb paves the way for the first black woman in the field, after Biden’s commitment …

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Louth double murder trial (January 26): ‘Autopilot did the job for me,’ Boulton said

Lincoln Crown Court Daniel Boulton, 30, admits to the manslaughter of his former girlfriend Bethany Vincent and his son, Darren Henson, but denies their murder. Ms Vincent and Darren, known to his family as DJ, were both found stabbed to death at their home in High Holme Road, Louth, shortly …

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IBA Group selected for the CEE Business Services Awards 2022

IBA Group shortlisted for Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) Business Services Awards PRAGUE, CZECHIA, January 26, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — On January 24, the European Business Services Association released the Central and Eastern European (CEE) Short List of Business Services Prices. IBA Group submitted entries and was shortlisted in the following …

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Fed signals rate hike in March, citing inflation and strong labor market

Federal Reserve officials signaled on Wednesday that they were on track to raise interest rates in March, given that inflation was well above policymakers’ target and labor market data suggest a shortage of employees. Central bankers left rates unchanged at near zero – where they have been set since March …

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Governor Greg Abbott urges court to allow unilateral prosecution of voter fraud by Texas AG Ken Paxton

AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and other top Texas Republicans have joined Attorney General Ken Paxton in urging the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals to overturn its recent ruling that Paxton would not cannot prosecute electoral fraud unilaterally. In separate statements Tuesday, Abbott and Patrick chastised …

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Trial Group of the Year: Hueston Hennigan

By Max Jaeger (January 25, 2022, 2:05 PM EST) – Hueston Hennigan LLP has gone undefeated in pivotal trials over the past year, including defending opioid maker Endo Pharmaceuticals PLC in a historic win in California with billions in damages at stake and an overall victory in defending Amazon against …

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IP Group of the Year: Latham

By Tiffany Hu (January 25, 2022, 2:04 PM EST) — Latham & Watkins LLP helped LG Energy Solution reach a $1.8 billion settlement in a trade secrets dispute against SK Innovation and represented the technology giant indoor cycling Peloton in their ongoing fight with Mad Dogg Athletics, earning them a …

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Conviction of Mexican drug lord ‘El Chapo’ upheld by US appeals court

NEW YORK, Jan 25 (Reuters) – Mexican drug kingpin known as “El Chapo” will remain in jail after a U.S. appeals court refused to overturn his drug trafficking conviction in 2019 despite a report that jurors followed the case in the media during its successful trial. A three-judge panel at …

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City pays $150,000 to woman who lost her job after LMPD officer falsely testifies she robbed her employer | In depth

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A woman who was arrested and lost her job after a Louisville Metro Police officer falsely testified she stole money from her employer has been paid $150 $000 by the city to settle a federal lawsuit. The trial, filed in the United States District Court in …

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California redwood forest returned to native tribal group

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Descendants of Native American tribes on California’s North Coast are reclaiming some of their heritage that includes ancient redwood trees that have been around since their ancestors walked the earth. Save the Redwoods League planned to announce on Tuesday that it was transferring more than 500 …

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Fraternal Order of Police argues for Darby in appeals court

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – A national police organization has joined the case for former Huntsville Police Department officer William Darby, who was convicted of murder in the 2018 on-duty shooting death of Jeffery Parker . Parker had called 911 to report that he was feeling suicidal. The Fraternal Order of …

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Morongo Casino is hosting five job fairs starting January 25; Looking to hire several hundred

The Morongo Casino Resort & Spa is hosting a job fair for five consecutive weeks as it seeks to hire several hundred team members. The first employment event is scheduled for Tuesday, January 25 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Morongo Grand Ballroom. Other job fairs are scheduled …

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Watchdog finds ‘substantial’ evidence Illinois Democrat promised job to potential challenger

The Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE), an independent watchdog, said it found “substantial reasons to believe” Rep. Marie Newman (D-Ill.) offered a government job to a potential primary adversary in order to that he does not run against her. in 2020. The OCE report was released on Monday after the …

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U.S. Supreme Court takes up Taser maker’s battle with FTC

Get instant alerts when news breaks on your stocks. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. By Andrew Chung (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Monday to hear Axon Enterprise Inc’s request to revive its constitutional challenge to the structure of the Federal Trade Commission …

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After three years of law school, alum moves to prosecutor’s office

Hall Hatch ’19 Halle Hatch was 26 and working as an associate at a western Wisconsin law firm when the opportunity arose to run for Pierce County prosecutor. “What do I have to lose? ” she thought. Apparently nothing. Despite running amid a pandemic, she won the 2020 primary against …

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Mahoning judge denies motion to ban press in court | News, Sports, Jobs

YOUNGSTOWN — Attorney for aggravated murder defendant Robert L. Moore recently asked Judge Maureen Sweeney of the Mahoning County Common Pleas Court to exclude reporters from certain hearings in the Moore case. Moore is charged with the 2009 disappearance and presumed death of Glenna J. White, a 16-year-old girl from …

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Anti-doping trial pauses for weekend, but court filings do not

Through TD Thornton Although youhe federal racehorse doping conspiracy test for veterinarian Seth Fishman and his an assistantLisa Giannelli, on break for the weekend, lawyers on both sides rest dranksy saturday and sunday, filing petitions with the court the admissibility of proof concerning an equine death and the way spiritnesses …

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British MP says she was sacked as minister for her ‘Muslimness’

COLOMBO: Disturbing images of a herd of elephants grazing in a rubbish pit in Ampara, in Sri Lanka’s Eastern Province, have been circulating since media reports suggested many died after ingesting plastic waste. Reports estimate that at least 20 of the elephants feeding on the open dump had died in …

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An animal rights activist was in court on criminal charges. Why was the case suddenly dismissed? | Animal wellbeing

OWhen animal rights activist Matt Johnson last made national headlines, he was in disguise. He appeared on Fox Business in December 2020 sporting a buzz cut and a button down (very different from his usual casual attire) and impersonated the CEO of Smithfield Foods. The pork giant he claimed to …

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Wallace Legal Group LLC Changes Name to Wallace Miller and Adds Two Partners | News

CHICAGO, January 22, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Effective Monday, January 10, 2022Wallace Legal Group LLC changed its name to Wallace Miller, as two additional attorneys, Mark Miller and Timothy Jacksonbecame partners of the firm. Mark started working with Edward Wallace, in 2006, as a partner at Wexler Wallace. He became a …

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Appeals court upholds child molestation convictions of Richmond man

INDIANAPOLIS — A Richmond man has lost his bid to overturn two child molestation convictions. Randy L. Bussen, 31, is serving a 37-year sentence at the Miami Correctional Facility at Bunker Hill, according to Indiana Department of Corrections records. Its scheduled release date is July 22, 2050. A Wayne County …

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Missouri Supreme Court Passes Key Constitutional Right

The confrontation clause of the Sixth Amendment states “[i]In all criminal proceedings, the accused enjoys the right . . . be confronted with prosecution witnesses. » This means that testimony against the accused must be live and present in the courtroom, in that, in the words of the United States …

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IP Group of the Year: Irell

By Britain Eakin (January 21, 2022, 2:02 PM EST) – Irell & Manella LLP’s intellectual property team landed second-largest patent jury damages award ever for VLSI Technology LLC in 2021 and also secured one of the most significant verdicts involving standard-essential patents, earning the firm a spot among Law360’s 2021 …

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Criminal case against former Celadon executives in court

Eric Meek, seen here in 2016, will face trial on 10 counts of fraud and misrepresentation. (IBJ Photo/Eric Learned) More than two years after being indicted on multiple fraud charges, two former Celadon Group Inc. executives will soon have their day in court, pandemic permitting. As of now, a four-week …

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US national news roundup: US Senate bipartisan group discusses curtailed election bill; Biden’s immigration targets fade after setbacks at U.S.-Mexico border and more

Below is a summary of briefs from US domestic news. U.S. Senate bipartisan group discusses curtailed election bill A bipartisan group of U.S. senators are discussing a scaled-down law focused on safeguarding election results and protecting election officials from harassment after Democrats twice defeated a voting rights bill. Lawmakers led …

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Worcester Federal Court Judge Timothy Hillman to retire in July

WORCESTER — Timothy S. Hillman, the longtime former county judge who presided over Worcester federal court for the past decade, will retire from regular active duty in July, the court recently announced. Hillman — who served as a Fitchburg city attorney before being appointed as a judge of the Gardner …

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Brazos County District Court jury convicts and convicts former College Station high school teacher of having inappropriate relationship with student – Reuters

Photo by Gregory Stanley from https://jailsearch.brazoscountytx.gov/JailSearch/default.aspx A Brazos County District Court jury convicted and punished a former College Station High School teacher for engaging in an inappropriate sexual relationship with a student. Greg Stanley, 48, was arrested in August 2015. This was after the victim told College Station police that …

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Securities Group of the Year: Motley Rice

By Sarah Jarvis (January 20, 2022, 2:02 PM EST) – Motley Rice LLC helped broker $809.5 million deal with Twitter announced same day jury selection was to begin in lawsuit in court over allegations that the social media giant overstated user engagement, earning the firm a spot as one of …

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U.S. bias law covers overseas employment applications, Coach tells DC Circ.

By Rachel Scharf (January 20, 2022, 12:46 PM EST) – A Trinidadian soccer coach turned down the head coaching gig at American University asked the DC Circuit on Wednesday to reinvigorate his racial discrimination lawsuit, arguing that federal discrimination laws cover non-nationals who apply for U.S. jobs while living abroad. …

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Court date reset for 80-year-old Bay Area man charged with intending to have sex with a minor in the Philippines

Proceedings have been postponed in a federal case involving an 80-year-old Vallejo man accused of traveling to the Philippines with the intent to have illicit sex with a child and conspiring to do the same. Balbino Guerrero Sablad, who was indicted on July 15 by a federal grand jury in …

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San Marcos police officer involved in Lockhart fatality loses job

A San Marcos police officer who authorities say caused a fatal collision at Lockhart while off duty was fired on Tuesday night – more than a year after the 2020 incident and after that a survivor of the wreckage had called for her eviction. Ryan Hartman, who was a sergeant, …

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This Group Of Tech Companies Just Signed A Safer Metaverse

But much of Oasis’ plan remains idealistic at best. An example is a proposal to use machine learning to detect harassment and hate speech. As my colleague Karen Hao pointed out last year, AI models give hate speech too many chances to spread or overtake it. Still, Wang defends Oasis’ …

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Without naming the judge, the group of San Antonio defense lawyers complains about the court without Zoom

Without naming the judge, the San Antonio Defense Bar complained that in-person criminal district court proceedings continued despite courthouse health protocols issued to combat a local spike in coronavirus infections. John Hunter, president of the San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, sent a letter last week to state District Judge …

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5 takeaways from Biden’s press conference

WASHINGTON — By turns provocative, thoughtful, and hopeful, President Biden has used only the second press conference of his presidency on American soil to assert that his administration has hardly been the moribund, unrepentant affair. purpose described by Republicans and in some media. While acknowledging that his first year has …

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New Jersey High Court skeptical of Union Carbide asbestos verdict

By Bill Wichert (January 19, 2022, 8:32 PM EST) — The New Jersey Supreme Court on Wednesday cast doubt on a widow’s attempt to restore a $2.38 million verdict against the Dow Chemical Union unit Carbide, the judges are examining whether manufacturers could fulfill their obligation to warn workers of …

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Delco Group welcomes accusations in the filming of Fanta Bility | State and region

A Delaware County political advocacy group said Wednesday it welcomed the charges against three Sharon Hill police officers in the 2021 shooting death of eight-year-old Fanta Bility, but wanted the officers fired. On Tuesday, Delaware County District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer said officers Brian Devaney, Sean Dolan and Devon Smith would …

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Rudolph and Haskins keen to bid for Steelers’ open QB job

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Mason Rudolph understands the baggage he is carrying. Dwayne Haskins too. The next seven months give both Pittsburgh Steelers quarterbacks a shot at losing weight. For the first time in nearly a generation, the starting gig in the city they play for is up for grabs after …

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California District Court Allows Prosecution of New SEC Insider Trading Theory | Shearman & Sterling LLP

On January 14, 2022, Judge William Orrick of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California issued an order denying a former biopharmaceutical company executive’s motion to dismiss and allowing the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) to bring a first-of-its-kind insider trading action against an insider of …

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The killers of a young man were waiting to ambush him in a brutal group attack, a murder trial takes place

A murder trial heard how a young man’s killers waited with an array of weapons before ambushing him in a brutal group attack. Byron Griffin, from East Leake, near Loughborough, was found fatally injured in Eyres Garden, Ilkeston, on the afternoon of Sunday July 4 last year. Four men, all …

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New charge filed against Castleman after Supreme Court overturns child abuse conviction | News, Sports, Jobs

The Ward County State’s Attorney’s Office filed a new Class C felony charge of possession of an electronic device against Brent Allen Castleman, 54, a week after the North Dakota Supreme Court ruled that his child abuse conviction should be overturned. Her father, Vance Allen Castleman, 78, is charged with …

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Released Missouri inmate sues for medical treatment in prison

Posted on January 18, 2022 at 4:27 p.m. and updated on January 18, 2022 at 4:27 p.m. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Kansas City man released from prison after serving more than 40 years for a wrongful conviction is suing the company that provides medical care to Missouri jail …

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No new trial for restaurant group in COVID-19 coverage line

By Hope Patti (January 18, 2022, 4:19 PM EST) – A Missouri federal judge has rejected a Midwest restaurateur’s bid for a new lawsuit against Cincinnati Insurance Co. for coverage of pandemic-related losses, dismissing on Tuesday the company’s argument that the jury received incorrect instructions. U.S. District Judge Stephen R. …

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January 18, 2022 – Red Bluff Daily News

The following defendants were convicted in Tehama County Superior Court, according to the Tehama County District Attorney’s Office. People on the list of defendants are innocent until proven guilty: Recent engagements in state/local prisons People v Angela Sullyharbord, second degree burglary, a felony; Failure to appear, a crime. Brief History: …

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Tex McIver is appealing his life sentence to the Georgia Supreme Court

Tex McIver was convicted of felony murder on April 23, 2018 in the death of his wife. ATLANTA — Four years after Claud Lee “Tex” McIver was convicted of murdering his wife, his attorneys will appeal his life sentence to the Georgia Supreme Court. Tex McIver was convicted of felony …

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Lufthansa Group to install ZIMprivacy premium economy seats

The Lufthansa Group has selected the premium economy seat ZIMprivacy (PC-02) from ZIM Aircraft Seating, which will be installed on 19 of Lufthansa’s Boing B747-8 and nine Airbus A330 aircraft from SWISS. The seat is the new generation of the ZIMmagic PC-01 seat, which the Lufthansa Group has installed on …

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Lucinda Creighton’s statement about Lisa Smith is a ‘blatant contempt of court’, judges say

A statement by a former minister of state regarding Lisa Smith’s attempt to dismiss charges against her, including being a member of the Islamic State, is ‘a flagrant contempt of court’, says the Special Criminal Court . Michael O’Higgins SC, for former Defense Force member Ms Smith, said on Monday …

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Director Howard Atkin explains why Harrogate’s Woodlands Drama Group production of 10 Rillington Place is still relevant to modern audiences

Mike Harris as a policeman and Clive Kirkham as John Christie at 10 Rillington Place which is based on the true story of serial killer Christie That was a long time ago, who remembers now? So, is the play really worth playing? asks Howard Atkin, production manager for the Woodlands …

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3 Ways Artificial Intelligence (AI) Will Change Your Work Forever

Artificial Intelligence – intelligent machines that can “learn” how to perform tasks and become increasingly adept at them – are everywhere in work today, and will only be more ubiquitous tomorrow. 3 Ways Artificial Intelligence (AI) Will Change Your Work Forever Adobe Stock In fact, Google CEO Sundar Pichai recently …

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Track Job Promises and See Where the Money Goes | Letters to the Editor

In the early 1990s, City of Santa Fe planning staff saw the northwest quadrant, including Las Estrellas, as a way to flood the market with new homes, thereby reducing the cost of housing. The jury is still out on that idea. It’s nice to have a local preference and for …

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Court finds Jeffco judge wrongly terminated father’s rights

District Court Judge Ann Gail Meinster should have granted the request to postpone the February hearing, a three-judge panel of the Court of Appeals decided. JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — A Jefferson County judge refused to postpone proceedings and instead terminated a father’s parental rights as he struggled to tune into …

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Legal Assistant (Office) Job in Knoxville, Tennessee – Department of Justice

The United States government is a massive employer and is always looking for qualified candidates to fill a wide variety of open positions in locations across the country. Below is a summary of qualifications for an active and open Department of Justice job listing. The opening is for a Legal …

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Bears seeks interview with Reggie McKenzie for GM job

The Bears have requested an interview with Reggie McKenzie, the Dolphins’ senior personnel manager, for their general manager job, according to Albert Breer of the MMQB. This is McKenzie’s first interview with GM since being fired by the Raiders in December 2018. After several years as an NFL linebacker, McKenzie …

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The emails between the judge and the prosecutor did not spoil the trial

ALLEGAN, Mich. (AP) — A man convicted of criminal sexual behavior does not deserve a new trial despite learning the judge was sharing her opinion on the case via email with the county attorney, the court heard. call from Michigan. Daniel Loew had obtained a new trial, but the 2-1 …

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Cuatro’s parents must return to court | News

LANCASTER — The parents of a four-year-old Palmdale boy who died in July 2019 are due to appear in an Antelope Valley courtroom Tuesday morning for a preliminary hearing into their son’s death. A grand jury indicted Ursula Elaine Juarez, now 27, and Jose Maria Cuatro Jr., now 30, with …

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PTCL Group Wins Award in Five Categories

ISLAMABAD: In recognition of its forward-looking HR practices and work culture, PTCL Group has won the prestigious Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Benchmark (GDEIB) award in five categories, according to a statement. This achievement highlights the group’s position as a progressive and fully employee-centric organization with unique attributes that have …

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Sunday Commentary: Our job is to be the counter-narrative

By David M. GreenwaldChief Editor Woodland, CA – In 2009 a family invited me to their home in Citrus Heights and explained that their relative had just been convicted of 76 counts of sexually assaulting his adopted daughter, they believed him to be innocent and he was about to be …

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Fields is trying to appeal his conviction to the state Supreme Court | August 12

James Alex Fields Jr., serving a life sentence for first-degree murder, is trying to appeal his criminal conviction to the Supreme Court of Virginia. Fields was arrested on August 12, 2017, after driving his Dodge Challenger into a crowd of anti-racism protesters, killing Heather Heyer and injuring dozens. He filed …

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Peterborough murder defendant ‘had anger issues’, court told

Daniel Szalasny Daniel Szalasny (22) died after being stabbed in the heart at a party in Crown Street, Peterborough, in May last year. Bradley Plavecz (20) of Arkwright Way, Peterborough has admitted to stabbing Mr Szalasny, but denies murder. ADHD is said to mean his ability to exercise control, which …

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Indictments and Court Dates Await Subjects Charged with Child Sex Crimes in Franklin County

The five men arrested in Franklin County on Nov. 29 on various child sex abuse charges face arraignment or other court dates. Travis Hedrick, 31, Gray Summit; Kodey Struckhoff, 18, Union; Dylan Downey, 25, St. Clair; Brett Valley, 23, Bourbon, and Christopher Stein, 31, New Haven, were all arrested Nov. …

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REvil ransomware group busted in raids, says Russia

US officials have said the Kremlin may shut down hacker groups like REvil, but tolerate or even encourage them, as long as their targets are outside of Russia. In July, following President Biden’s ultimatum, REvil went offline, fueling speculation as to whether the Kremlin had ordered the group to shut …

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Op-Ed: Advocacy group urges county to address COVID-19 outbreak in jail

By CLUE Santa Barbara (CLERGY AND LAITY UNITED FOR ECONOMIC JUSTICE) Avoiding the Catastrophic Staffing Crisis and COVID Transmission Almost a quarter of the prison’s 725 residents have tested positive in the outbreak which began last month. As of January 5, there were 94 active resident cases and 32 active …

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Avenatti Can’t Stop Fox Suit Free Speech Group

By Jeff Montgomery (January 14, 2022, 3:54 PM EST) — The Third Circuit on Friday rejected embattled attorney Michael Avenatti’s efforts to ban the friend of the court from a free speech group opposing his Jurisdictional attempt to revive and withdraw from state court a dismissed federal libel suit against …

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Santa Clara County Sheriff refuses to address corruption allegations in court – NBC Bay Area

Appearing via Zoom in plain clothes for her first court appearance, Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith did not formally respond to charges of corruption and misconduct brought by the grand jury in December. His attorney, Allen Ruby, said the sheriff planned to contest the charges and file a statement …

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Boom times for graduates as skills shortages loom

Data is not yet available for the most recent cycle of graduates, but Federal Ministry of Education data shows that in 2020 and three months after graduation, more than 30% of students had no full-time job, compared to 20% ten years ago. “We’re seeing more and more employers want to …

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Chaos in court as garden tool killers are jailed for the murder of a man in the street

There was chaos in court as two men were jailed for the gruesome murder of a man who was stabbed in the head in the street with a spiked garden tool. Humberside police had to intervene after what a lawyer described as “shameful” scenes as two men were jailed for …

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Jasper’s coach goes to work in Louisiana

After a successful decade at the helm of the Jasper Bulldogs football team, Darrell Barbay was ready for a “new challenge”. Barbay, who never missed the playoffs with the Bulldogs and won six district titles while in Jasper, quit school to take a job in Louisiana. He will be the …

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Digital change behind IT job growth: The Tribune India

Subir Roy Senior Economic Analyst The country’s global IT leaders seem to have turned a challenge into an opportunity. In times of pandemic and lockdowns, the software giants appear to be heading for record hiring in the current fiscal year (2021-22). Since a service provider’s revenue (revenue or revenue) is …

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Wayne Co. judge suspended by state Supreme Court for misconduct

The Michigan Supreme Court on Thursday suspended Wayne County Circuit Court Judge Bruce Morrow for six months without pay for judicial misconduct. Last year, the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission found that Morrow committed judicial misconduct by abusing his power and position as a judge when he used sexually graphic language …

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Fired Kennewick fire chief sues, saying racial discrimination cost him his job | Seattle Times

KENNEWICK – Former Kennewick Fire Chief Vince Beasley is suing the city of Kennewick in federal court, claiming he was fired because he is black and opposes discriminatory practices against racial minorities and people. women. Beasley, a Tri-Cities native, worked for the Kennewick Fire Department for 40 years, including as …

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US arrests Oath Keepers leader for sedition in January 6 Capitol attack

Stewart Rhodes, the founder and leader of the far-right Oath Keepers militia, has been arrested and charged with seditious conspiracy in the attack on the US Capitol, authorities said Thursday. Ten other people have also been charged with seditious conspiracy in connection with the attack which took place on January …

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Attack on the US Capitol: the founder of the far-right militia Stewart Rhodes accused of conspiracy

Pro-Trump supporters storm the US Capitol following a rally with President Donald Trump on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. PHOTO: Samuel Corum/Getty Images The founder of a far-right American group has been indicted for the attack on the United States Capitol in January 2021. Stewart Rhodes, the founder of …

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Nikki Fried says Justice Department ‘will do its job’ in Matt Gaetz investigation

A grand jury continues to consider issues relating to the U.S. Representative. Matt Gaetz, and a Democratic political ally of the Republican congressman no longer complains about the weather. “I mean, listen, the Department of Justice is going to do its job. Obviously I have no control over the Department …

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Serving our community in 2021: how 5 Star Media Group is committed to making it a better year

CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – 2021 has been a busy year with many ups and downs, but the community has done what it always does by coming together and showing off for each other. 5 Star Media Group must be part of these efforts. 5 Star Media Group includes nine …

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Focus on January 13: Coles County Hub for Local Job Creation | Lifestyles

MATTOON — The basketball game scheduled for tonight between Eastern Normal High School and Mattoon has been rescheduled for Saturday night as the Eastern Normal court is not ready to play. The match will be played Saturday night after Mattoon’s match with Nokomis. The matches should be quite a challenge …

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Court upholds Grover Cannon’s conviction for the 2015 murder of Shreveport cop Thomas LaValley

SHREVEPORT, Louisiana (KSLA) – The Louisiana 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday upheld the conviction of the man who was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Shreveport cop Thomas LaValley. Grover Cannon was tried for a week in 2019, and then was found guilty and sentenced. …

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NYF Advertising Awards Launch Category Group Future Now; David Justus is the chairman of the executive jury of Future Now

Sasco Digital Assets signs as a sponsor NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, January 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – New York Festival International Advertising Award® debuts for 2022 “The Future Now”, a new category group launched to highlight creative work that uses technology to deliver an innovative approach that leads to a …

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The group asks for a new judge to hear the case

Theodore Edgecomb trial: Group calls for new judge to hear case Community activists are calling for a new judge to be assigned to Theodore Edgecomb’s trial, which is due to start next week. Edgecomb is accused of shooting and killing a Milwaukee attorney, but his attorneys say it was self-defense. …

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Ex-employee of Elizabeth Holmes describes Theranos’ ‘nightmare’ job

Former Theranos scientist Erika Cheung admits she was ‘star struck’ by Elizabeth Holmes the first time she met the company’s founder in a job interview, but has said his dream job quickly turned into a “nightmare.” Cheung suspected employees of the top-secret blood testing company were being spied on at …

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Prince Andrew to face civil action in US and court rules – NBC New York

Britain’s Prince Andrew will face civil action in New York over allegations of sexual abuse linked to his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, a federal judge has ruled. Virginia Giuffre alleges that the late financier Jeffrey Epstein tricked her into Prince Andrew for sexual purposes while she was underage. The royal …

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Neal Gerber Eisenberg bolsters IP group with veteran partner Jeffrey Ward

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Neal Gerber Eisenberg is pleased to announce the addition of Jeffrey S. Ward as a partner in the Intellectual Property Practice Group. Prior to joining NGE, Jeff was a partner at Green, Griffith & Borg-Breen and Merchant & Gould. A registered patent attorney with nearly four decades of experience, …

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Colorado needs its on-the-job juries – Greeley Tribune

The COVID-19 omicron wave has flooded every corner of our interactive society. Quite simply, wherever there are people in a setting lacking free moving fresh air, this winter’s wave of sickness is spreading. So far, the current reality of pre-existing immunity, vaccinations and effective COVID treatments has been enough for …

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Play at the cutting edge of technology

Where many companies have closed their R&D grounds, Thales’ own Natlab is alive and well. At Hengelo, Johan de Heer leads applied research on brain-computer interfaces. Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) sound very sci-fi. Images appear of people controlling systems with their minds. A BCI can also be used for more mundane …

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Mercedes Jefflo, Brandon Poitra, Kylee Starr Charged by Federal Court with Intent to Deliver Methamphetamine and Fentanyl to New Town | News, Sports, Jobs

Mercedes Shawnama Jefflo, 26, of Los Angeles, Calif., Brandon Paul Poitra, 29, and Kylee Jade Starr, 18, of New Town, have been charged in a United States district court with conspiracy to distribute 50 grams or more of a mixture of methamphetamine and possession with intent to dispense fentanyl and …

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Operator of Three Rivers Dental Group, former Greensburg dentist accused of killing his wife while on safari – WPXI

PITTSBURGH – A former Greensburg-based dentist is accused of killing his wife with a shotgun during an African safari in Zambia five years ago and raising millions of euros in life insurance. According to our TribLIVE.com partners, federal authorities indicted Lawrence Rudolph, 67, on December 22. He was in police …

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Jury seated to hear Kenosha County triple homicide case

Posted on January 11, 2022 at 4:47 p.m. and updated on January 11, 2022 at 4:47 p.m. KENOSHA, Wisconsin (AP) – A jury has been selected by the Kenosha County Circuit Court to hear the case against a man accused of killing three people and injuring three others in a …

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Brookfield cops call for retrial after ‘excessive’ jury price

A month after a federal jury found them responsible for falsely arresting and using excessive force against a 67-year-old Brookfield man in 2016, two Brookfield police officers requested a new trial, arguing the verdict was inconsistent with the facts of the case. , that the plaintiff filed his case too …

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leader of neo-Nazi group convicted of conspiracy to target journalists and lawyers | Takeover bid

A Washington man was sentenced today to 84 months, or seven years, in prison for his role in a conspiracy to threaten and intimidate journalists and activists working to expose anti-Semitism. Kaleb Cole, 25, leader of the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division, was convicted by a federal jury in the Western …

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Lawyers for alleged ISIS operative Lisa Smith ask court to dismiss charges against her

A FORMER member of the Defense Forces seeks to have the charges of belonging to the so-called Islamic State (IS) and terrorist financing dropped before the Special Criminal Court. Lawyers for Louth’s wife Lisa Smith, 39, have filed for dismissal of the case against her. 1 Lisa Smith in court …

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The PTCL group wins the prestigious Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Benchmark (GDEIB) award in five categories

In recognition of its forward-looking human resources practices and work culture, the PTCL group won the prestigious Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Benchmark (GDEIB) award in five categories. This achievement highlights the Group’s position as a progressive, fully employee-centric organization with unique attributes that have also been validated previously. Global …

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Black money group asks judge to block bank statements that would reveal donors

MIAMI – Lawyers for a black money group led by a prominent Republican agent on Monday asked a Miami circuit court judge to block the release of bank documents that would disclose his donors, arguing that the disclosure of such information violate the constitutional rights of donors and could “speak …

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Genesee circuit court demands face coverings to enter courthouse amid growing spread of COVID-19

GENESEE COUNTY, MI – Genesee County Circuit and Estate Courts have passed new restrictions as the county reports its highest number of COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic. Courts announced the new protocols on Monday, January 10, four days after the county set a new single-day coronavirus case …

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Tesla’s most prominent black executive steps down as head of human resources

(Bloomberg) – Valerie Capers Workman, head of human resources at Tesla Inc. and one of its most senior black executives, is leaving for a new job, leaving the company without a key advocate after several racist controversies in recent years. Workman will join work placement firm Handshake next week as …

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Circuit Court jury trials could resume in March

For the first time since 2019, Branch County Circuit Judge Bill O’Grady is hoping to restart criminal jury trials. Some counties, like Ingham, have been adjudicating cases in recent months. Branch County has not done so due to difficulties meeting COVID-19 guidelines to prevent the spread of the virus. Ingham …

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EDITORIAL: Colorado needs its on-the-job juries | Editorials

The COVID-19 omicron wave has flooded every corner of our interactive society. Quite simply, wherever there are people in a setting lacking free moving fresh air, this winter’s wave of sickness is spreading. So far, the current reality of pre-existing immunity, vaccinations and effective COVID treatments has been enough for …

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Telecommunications in Pakistan: the PTCL group wins the prestigious Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Benchmark (GDEIB) award in five categories

Islamabad – January 10, 2022: In recognition of its forward-looking human resources practices and work culture, the PTCL group won the prestigious Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Benchmark (GDEIB) award in five categories. This achievement highlights the Group’s position as a progressive, fully employee-centric organization with unique attributes that have …

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Polo man charged with murder pleads guilty in Livingston County court

Polo man charged with first degree murder after Polo shooting in January 2021 pleaded guilty in Livingston County on January 6e. Online court reports show the prosecutor has dismissed three charges for 36-year-old Kevin Lynn Barnett Jr. The charges dismissed were felonies of assault or attempt in the first degree, …

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COVID-19 on trial and fierce conviction: five Edmonton court cases that stood out in 2021

Breadcrumb Links Local news criminality Author of the article: Jonny wakefield The Edmonton Courthouse Building. Photo by Ed Kaiser /Postmedia, file Content of the article A look at the Edmonton and area court cases that stood out in 2021: Advertising This ad has not yet loaded, but your article continues …

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New York mayor picks brother for top job in nation’s largest police force

Eric Adams, the newly sworn in mayor of New York City, made the controversial decision to choose his own brother as assistant police commissioner for the New York Police Department, many electrical outlets reported Friday. Bernard Adams should now join more than a dozen deputy commissioners, who are assigned various …

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New court dates set for Woodsboro teens charged with suspected hate crime

New court dates have been set for two teenagers charged with an alleged hate crime in Woodsboro last year on Halloween night. Noel Garcia Jr., 17, and Rance Bolcik, 17, both chose to drop their indictments scheduled for Jan.6 in the 24th District Court through their respective attorneys, according to …

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PM welcomes the vaccination of 2 million children aged 15 to 18

PM Modi PM welcomes the vaccination of 2 million children aged 15 to 18 By GDP Delhi Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi urged everyone to keep the vaccination momentum going and asked everyone to follow the proper Covid protocol. Quoting a tweet from Union Health Minister Dr Mansukh Mandaviya, the …

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Yolo Superior Court announces COVID-19 emergency order – Daily Democrat

Yolo Superior Court announced the signing of an emergency order allowing the court to postpone jury trials to later dates in 2022. Citing the significant increase in COVID-19 cases, California Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye signed the order on Friday, allowing the postponement of jury trials scheduled between January 10 …

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Court of Appeal supports dismissal of lawsuit for “malicious prosecution” brought by accused guard | Local news

An appeals court ruled in favor of a Santa Barbara County Superior Court judge who dismissed a lawsuit for “malicious prosecution” brought by the caretaker of a Solvang ALS patient who was arrested and charged with murder but found guilty on a less serious charge and subsequently overturned. The opinion …

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Criminal charges against ‘Gasland’ driller brought to court

Gas driller waived his right to a preliminary hearing on criminal charges for acting with “long-term indifference” to a Pennsylvania community where high levels of methane have seeped into groundwater supplies residential Through MICHAEL RUBINKAM Associated Press January 7, 2022, 18:54 • 3 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on …

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A group of filmmakers, actors, curators and scientists chosen for the juries of the 2022 Sundance Film Festival.

They will watch from home during the festival online only. (Sundance Institute) The 21 members of the seven juries of the Sundance Film Festival 2022. Top row (left to right): Chelsea Barnard, Marielle Heller and Payman Maadi (US Dramatic contest jurors), Garrett Bradley, Joan Churchill and Peter Nicks (US Documentary …

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Anti-KED group challenges city councilor to put his money where his mouth is in front of a judge

Ward 5 Council. Robert Kirwan calls ridiculous Minnow Lake Restoration Group challenge to Kingsway entertainment district legal opinion, says group is no longer paying attention The Minnow Lake Restoration Group challenges the Ward 5 Coun. Robert Kirwan to prove his legal interpretation of the Kingsway Entertainment District cost-sharing agreement. As …

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The WeTrade group awarded with the best brand for business services

BEIJING, January 7, 2022 / PRNewswire / – WeTrade Group Inc. (“WeTrade” or the “Company”) (United States: WETG), a leading provider of SAAS and Cloud Intelligent System technical services for micro-businesses, announced today he has been finalist of the “Annual Leading List of New Economy Industries 2021” and won the …

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Watch: Reactions to Colston 4 verdict after defendants released from court

On Wednesday, a jury found the Colston 4s not guilty of criminal damage to a statue of slave trader Edward Colston they helped topple in the summer of 2020. Jurors took just under three hours to take their decision. In this video, Cable presenter Priyanka Raval speaks with a defense …

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Reliance Global Group Inc shares end the day down 24.2% – Daily Wrap

Global Reliance Group Inc (RELI) shares today closed 24.2% lower than yesterday’s end. The stock is currently up 38.2% year-to-date, 52.9% in the past 12 months and 52.9% in the past five years. Today, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.5% and the S&P 500 fell 0.1%. Commercial activity The …

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Ghislaine Maxwell, juror who could overturn conviction, works for Carlyle Group

(Bloomberg) – The juror in the sex trafficking trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, whose press comments could lead to a new trial for the convicted socialite, works as an executive assistant at private equity giant Carlyle Group Inc. In video and newspaper interviews since the Dec. 29 verdict, the juror said …

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Restrictions on some court hearings expected from next week

Criminal trials statewide are expected to be suspended for at least a fortnight, to be announced tomorrow. The new legal tenure begins next week, but the Courts Service believes that Omicron now makes it virtually impossible to call people for jury service, to be made up of eleven foreigners. In …

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Meet the legal group fighting to dismantle right-wing political violence

Now for some good news on the January 6 insurgency. It’s provisional at best, and it can’t make up for the death of Capitol Hill Police Officer Brian Sicknick or compete with the hours of anti-democratic propaganda on the radio. But the legal ramifications of a previous right-wing riot provide …

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The Eagles’ tanking work in 2020 only hurt the team that beat them

At the end of the 2020 NFL regular season, the Philadelphia Eagles had little to play. Preseason QB1 Carson Wentz has been shattered. The team, at 4-10-1, was adrift even in an NFC East that would ultimately be won by 7-9 Washington and its four different starting quarterbacks. Philadelphia envisioned …

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