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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 to hear Iowa arbitration clause issue in overtime case

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case in 2022 brought by an Iowa fast-food worker who claims employers have no right to force arbitration on employees after first challenging the trial in pre-trial proceedings. Taco Bell worker Robyn Morgan was part of a class action lawsuit seeking back wages …

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Cocaine importation group defendants face nearly 100 charges

Thirty-one new charges laid against accused cocaine importation group. New Zealand Herald photograph by George Heard Nine people are now facing nearly 100 charges linked to allegations by a major cocaine crime group, after 31 new charges were brought against them ahead of appearances at Christchurch District Court today. The …

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Iowa court files lawsuit against farm where Iowa teenager was murdered

The owners of a farm where a northern Iowa teenager was murdered are not responsible for failing to prevent his death, an Iowa appeals court has ruled. The lawsuit arose after the 2016 murder of 19-year-old Thomas Bortvit in Emmett County. Lee Christensen, 18, was arrested and eventually convicted of …

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Judge who reduced $1.5 million jury verdict by 70% acted reasonably, appeals court says | Courts

A Jefferson County judge was correct to slash a jury award of $1.5 million to a car crash victim by 70%, the state’s second-highest court has heard. last week. Catherine Pisano, who underwent multiple medical procedures and experienced lingering pain after being rammed on Interstate 70 in 2014, asked the …

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Girl victim of months of physical and sexual violence, court says

The trial is taking place before Judge Russell Collins, seen in a file photo. Everyone in court is required to wear face masks. Photo/NZME A teenage girl was subjected to months of physical and sexual abuse after moving to live with her father, a court heard on Monday. The father’s …

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IN BRIEF | February 17, 2022 – VC Journalist

Pictured: Merideth Hart, Economic Development Manager, City of Ventura. Photo submitted. by Kimberly Riverskimberly@vcreporter.com Masking in K-12 schools is still mandatory, for now Although the state has lifted the mask mandate for those vaccinated (effective Feb. 16), the mandate is still in effect for students and staff at K-12 schools, …

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Iowa Court of Appeals Upholds McCunn Murder Conviction | News

(Des Moines) – The Iowa Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction of a Red Oak man for first degree murder. In an opinion released Wednesday, a three-judge Court of Appeals panel upheld the District Court’s handling of the case in 2019, in which Toby McCunn was found guilty of …

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Brazos County District Court jury convicts and punishes former Texas A&M Christian student organization leader – Reuters

Photo by Jacob Pape from https://jailsearch.brazoscountytx.gov/JailSearch/default.aspx A former leader of a Texas A&M Christian student group has been convicted of sexually assaulting a woman he was dating. The Brazos County District Court jury that convicted Jacob Pape, 26, of Lubbock, sentenced him to seven years in prison. During the seven-day …

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Court plans to interview 30 more potential jurors on Friday in federal hate crimes trial

BRUNSWICK, Ga. – As the pool of qualified potential jurors nears the total the judge wants before moving on to the next phase of jury selection, the plan Friday is to interview 30 more potential jurors in the federal hate crimes trial of the three men convicted of murdering Ahmaud …

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Court sees 52 potential lawyers in US hate crime trial of Arbery killers

Atlanta, Feb 7 (Reuters) – The first round of jury selection ended on Monday evening with 52 potential lawyers being questioned in the U.S. federal hate crimes trial of the three white men who murdered Ahmaud Arbery, a black jogger who was chased and shot while running through a predominantly …

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Ex-lawyer for Davis Polk Black says evidence warrants professional bias lawsuit

A black former associate of Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP says he had evidence that could convince a jury that the company discriminated against him because of his race and hit back for his repeated complaints of bias, including qualifying him for misinterpretation, according to a case filed Monday in …

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Arbery killers’ unsuccessful pleas could complicate hate crime trial

By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) — Convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison, the men who prosecuted and killed Ahmaud Arbery have already faced serious hurdles in finding impartial jurors for their upcoming federal hate crimes trial . Now, with jury selection due to begin …

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Court Dismisses Charges Against Ex-Bank Of Oswego CEO – Finance and Banking

United States: Court dismisses charges against ex-Bank Of Oswego CEO February 04, 2022 Pryor Cashman LLP To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. Pryor Cashman is pleased to report that United States District Court Judge Michael Simon has dismissed with …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Prince Andrew’s audience: settlement with Giuffre “remains an option”

Prince Andrew in “difficult situation”, according to royal correspondent-.mp4 A settlement with accuser Virginia Giuffre remains an option for Prince Andrew if a judge decides the case should go to trial. The news comes as the final hearing in the case between Ms Giuffre and Prince Andrew was called a …

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Idaho court overturns conviction of drunk driver in death of 24-year-old female Eagle

A man’s conviction for manslaughter at the wheel of a vehicle in the death of a 24-year-old Eagle woman has been overturned by the Idaho Supreme Court. Adam Paulson, 46, was sentenced to 15 years in prison, including five years fixed, by 4th District Judge Deborah Bail after his jury …

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Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Daniel Gaul Charged with Conduct Violations in 5 Cases

CLEVELAND, Ohio – A 30-page complaint filed Monday with the Ohio Supreme Court alleges longtime Cuyahoga Common Pleas County judge Daniel Gaul of misconduct in five cases that spanned six years. The 2014-2020 misconduct allegations include compulsion to plead, inappropriate questioning, biased advocacy and inappropriate communication with an incarcerated defendant, …

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Kentucky man arrested after online group created fake Instagram account to catch predators | News

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A Kentucky man was arrested after police said an online group called “Predator Poachers” lured him to meet someone he thought was an 11 year old girl. On December 18, the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office was told by members of the group online that they were …

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Bowdoinham man in court in fatal hit-and-run against pedestrian in Sabattus

December 30 – LEWISTON – A Bowdoinham man charged with the hit and run murder of a pedestrian in Sabattus was in court on Wednesday to hear charges arising from the September incident. David Veinott, 38, appeared in 8th District Court before Judge Tammy Ham-Thompson, who told Veinott he was …

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Content moderator TikTok sues, says she suffers from PTSD because of her job

A TikTok content moderator is suing the company, alleging it did not provide a safe workplace. Frazier’s attorney said TikTok won’t let her work and it’s not clear whether she will be paid. Facebook paid $ 52 million in a class action settlement to moderators diagnosed with PTSD. Loading Something …

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Homicide cases fulfill the role of the court; two murder suspects found not guilty – Canon City Daily Record

Editor’s note: The number of homicide cases that have been processed by the district court this year is story # 5 of 2021. Although there was only one homicide in Fremont County in 2021, the court system was still heavily loaded with cases from 2018, 2019 and 2020 – while …

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Appeals court upholds murder convictions in 2018 California shooting

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) – A man who shot dead his cousin’s boyfriend and 12-year-old girl in California City will continue to serve a life sentence after an appeals court upheld his convictions for murder. The 5th District Court of Appeals on Wednesday found no error in the trial court’s decision …

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Hanson files his release from “illegal” detention in federal court – Albert Lea Tribune

The owner of the Interchange Wine & Coffee Bistro, jailed earlier this month after a jury found her guilty of violating state emergency decrees related to COVID-19, filed a petition last week in US District Court in St. Paul to be released from custody. Lisa Hanson has applied to the …

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Inappropriate Job Application Questions Put Florida Employer at Risk of Losing Workplace Disability Claim | Fisher phillips

A Florida federal court has just denied an employer’s efforts to dismiss a disability discrimination complaint filed by a legally blind candidate who alleges the employer asked inappropriate pre-questions on his standard job application. The Dec. 8 ruling by the U.S. District Court for the Central District of Florida means …

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Actions in Lake County District Court

Lake County District Court Justice James A. Manley Wednesday December 1 Larrs Jalen Omingo, 21, admitted violating probation; did not challenge the crime of strangling a partner or family member and pleaded guilty to the felony of endangerment under a plea deal; The sentencing and restitution hearing is set for …

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Lawyers seek to increase jurors in federal court trial

December 11 – The federal hate crimes trial of three people convicted of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery is set to begin in February in U.S. District Court in Brunswick, but jurors who will decide the case could come from as far away as the Dodge or Wilkes counties. The …

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Lawyers seek to expand jurors in federal court trial | Local news

The federal hate crimes trial of three people convicted of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery is set to begin in February in U.S. District Court in Brunswick, but jurors who will decide the case could come from as far away as the counties of Dodge or Wilkes. The trial of …

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Seven Pittsfield District Court Employees Test Positive for COVID-19; more virtual audiences expected | criminality

PITTSFIELD – Further hearings are expected to be conducted remotely in Central Berkshire District Court, after several employees recently tested positive for COVID-19 amid a larger surge in the community, officials said. “It was brought to my attention very recently that several court workers have tested positive for COVID over …

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Court dismisses GEO group’s efforts to slash settlement reached by immigrants forced to work for $ 1 a day

In October, the court awarded immigrants more than $ 17 million after determining that the GEO group had raped Washington State minimum wage laws to pay immigrants imprisoned in the Northwestern Ice Processing Center (NWIPC) $ 1 per day for their forced labor. The court said that GEO Group should …

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GEO Group Cannot Void $ 17.3 Million Award in Inmate Salary Case of $ 1 Per Day

A barbed wire fence surrounds the Adelanto Migrant Detention Center, operated by Geo Group Inc, in Adelanto, Calif., April 13, 2017. REUTERS / Lucy Nicholson Register now for FREE and unlimited access to reuters.com Register Summary Law firms Related documents Private prison company sought to lower the price by millions …

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2 Illinois inmates from white supremacist group beat Jewish inmate to death: indictment

ROCKFORD, Illinois. – Two Illinois inmates were indicted Tuesday by a federal grand jury with murder and hate crime charges related to the death of another inmate. Brandon Simonson, 37, also known as “Whitey” and Kristopher Martin, 39, also known as “No Luck” have been charged with Conspiracy to Commit …

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The Court of Appeal confirms the conviction of the former municipal councilor of Lafourche

A state appeals court upheld the conviction of a former Lafourche city councilor accused of falsifying public documents. The Baton Rouge 1st Circuit Court of Appeal upheld the conviction and sentence of James Bourgeois, who was convicted in 2018 of falsely declaring he was a resident of his district. Bourgeois …

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Warren County Youth Court in session | New

A Warren County juvenile justice system program broadened the age range for the concept of a peer jury. Warren County has joined 16 other counties in the state operating a youth court, in which accused minors who have pleaded guilty to certain non-violent offenses will have their sentences set by …

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California court rejects vicarious liability claims | Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

In March 2019, Caliber Home Loans hired NexLevel Direct to generate leads for its home loan refinancing business. Their contract required NexLevel to “perform or provide” its services “in full compliance with … all applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations and ordinances.” The contract also required that NexLevel “not …

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Governor Ricketts Appoints Molly B. Keane Judge of Fourth Judicial District District Court

Media contacts: Taylor Gage, 402-471-1970 Justin Pinkerman, 402-471-1967 Press release : Governor Ricketts Appoints Molly B. Keane Judge of Fourth Judicial District District Court LINCOLN – Today, Governor Pete Ricketts appointed Molly B. Keane of Elkhorn to judge the District Court for the Fourth Judicial District (Douglas County). Keane, 46, …

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Should defendants pay court costs?

Whether the defendants should be ordered to pay court costs is pending before the Michigan Supreme Court, but local officials argue that this does not affect the impartiality of the judges. State law allows local courts to collect fees from defendants convicted of a felony for court operating expenses. Charges …

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Can former Scientologists sue the church? Or are religious courts the only recourse?

Scientologist and actor Danny Masterson arrives at the Youth for Human Rights International Celebrity Benefit in Los Angeles on March 24, 2014. Some women accused him of sexually assaulting them, which he denied. (Annie I. Bang / Invision / Associated Press) After Chrissie Bixler told the LAPD that Scientologist and …

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Convictions for pedophilia and thefts top the news at Comal County Court | Community alert

In recent weeks, law enforcement and justice departments in Comal County have secured several convictions and others have received long prison terms, including two violent offenders. “I am incredibly proud of the excellent work of my team and law enforcement in our joint efforts to preserve the values ​​of our …

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Sin City group set to stand trial next year on gun and drug charges | Crime and courts

Jonathan Miano, dossier, The Times Correspondent Bill Dolan Times HAMMOND – A federal judge has set a trial date for November 2022 for a dozen members of the Sin City Deciples motorcycle club to face drug and gun conspiracy charges. This episode of the “Riding Shotgun with NWI Cops” series …

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Sin City group will be tried next year for firearms and drug trafficking | Crime and courts

Jonathan Miano, dossier, The Times Correspondent Bill Dolan Times HAMMOND – A federal judge has set a trial date for November 2022 for a dozen members of the Sin City Deciples motorcycle club to face drug and gun conspiracy charges. This episode of the “Riding Shotgun with NWI Cops” series …

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Hogan’s former aide pleads not guilty in Federal Court

November 19, 2021 Roy C. McGrath, the former chief of staff to Governor Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) and former head of the Maryland Environmental Service, pleaded not guilty to criminal charges in federal court on Friday afternoon. McGrath has requested a jury trial, which prosecutors say will take about …

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New Fall River Apartments, Mill Sale, Cannabis Career Fair

While some face the possibility of relocating, others will relocate to Fall River. A new residence with 55 apartments is nearing completion, giving new life to the city’s long-vacant Durfee Tech building. Nearby, however, town businesses could be relocated if a Plymouth Avenue factory building is sold. Supporters breathed a …

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ChromaDex Comments Jury Prize Against Elysium Health, Reiterates Growth Plans

Elysium Health to pay ChromaDex approximately $ 2.25 to $ 2.50 million in damages plus interest for breach of contract New partnership with Sinopharm Xingsha and recent partnerships with Walmart, H&H Group and Ro to support the next phase of growth LOS ANGELES, October 01, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – ChromaDex …

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ChromaDex comments on jury award against Elysium Health and reiterates plans for growth

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ChromaDex Corp. (NASDAQ:CDXC) today announced that a jury in the United States District Court for the Central District of California has found that Elysium Health, Inc. (“Elysium”) breached its contract with ChromaDex by not not paying for a product he ordered and received in 2016. According to the …

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$ 2.7 Million Jury Prize Confirmed Against ‘Predatory’ California Owner

A San Francisco landlord once described as a “ruthless predator” who allegedly tried to chase tenants from rent-controlled housing owed to pay them $ 2.7 million, a state appeals court ruled. Last month, the court upheld the award in a 2015 lawsuit brought by Dale Duncan and Marta Munoz Mendoza, …

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Apple plans to appeal $ 300 million jury prize

Apple (AAPL) – Get the Apple Inc. (AAPL) report reportedly intends to appeal a $ 300 million jury prize to Optis Wireless Technology for infringing its wireless patents. The jury in the case returned a verdict in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas in Marshall on Friday …

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Ramaco Resources, Inc. Announces Litigation Verdict and Jury Prize of $ 32.7 Million

LEXINGTON, Ky., July 19, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Enabled July 15th and on 16 2021, Ramaco Resources, Inc. (NASDAQ: METC) (the “Company” or “Ramaco Resources”) won and was awarded a prize of approximately $ 32.7 million jury verdict in its lawsuit against insurance companies indirectly owned by Chubb INA …

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Walmart Wins $ 125 Million Jury Prize in ADA Suit by EEOC (2)

Walmart Stores East LP has to pay more than $ 125 million to a saleswoman with Down’s Syndrome whose EEOC claimed her schedule had changed, exacerbating the attendance issues for which she was later fired, a federal jury ruled in Green Bay, in Wisconsin, in a verdict on Friday. The …

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State High Court ruling upholds jury award for man who fell in Vista jail

SAN DIEGO – The California Supreme Court has dismissed a request by San Diego County attorneys to review an appeals court decision upholding a multi-million dollar jury award for a man who suffered permanent brain damage after being fell in Vista prison. The ruling from the state’s highest court effectively …

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California Supreme Court ruling upholds jury award for man who fell in Vista jail

The California Supreme Court has dismissed a request by San Diego County attorneys to review an appeals court decision upholding a multi-million dollar jury award for a man who suffered permanent brain damage after being fell in Vista prison. The ruling from the state’s highest court effectively puts an end …

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Casper’s wrongful arrest case could go to jury, court documents show | Cops and courts

The case of a man who says he was wrongly arrested when Casper’s police came to his job looking for another man could go to a jury, recent court documents suggest. Kaleb Clark, a black man, was inside Gaslight Social after an early morning bouncer shift on July 7, 2018. …

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GoJet Can’t Shake $ 400,000 Jury Prize in Pilot’s FMLA Case – 7th Circuit

REUTERS / Andrew Kelly / Illustration Register now for FREE and unlimited access to reuters.com Register now Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, PC The names of companies and law firms shown above are generated automatically based on the text of the article. We are improving this functionality as we …

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VI Supreme Court Says Pueblo Must Pay $ 600,000 Jury Prize | New

The VI Supreme Court upheld a jury prize of $ 600,000 for a skid and fall case in Sainte-Croix that has been making its way through territorial courts for over 12 years. Leonor Mercedes Palermo was shopping with a friend at the Pueblo supermarket in Golden Rock on September 1, …

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Driver in 2015 crash that led to billion dollar jury prize seeks new civil trial; Supreme Court hears the case | Bismarck

A driver who caused a crash on the Bismarck Highway in 2015 that killed two women, seriously injured a third and resulted in a $ 1 billion jury prize is expected to get a new civil trial, said argued his lawyer Tuesday in the Supreme Court of North Dakota. Lawyer …

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Court refuses to reduce mass jury award against ViSalus on constitutional grounds – TCPAWorld

As you head into the weekend, be grateful if you’re not associated with multilevel marketing company ViSalus. It’s this TCPA case that should keep every TCPA class action defendant (and attorney) up at night. What a dumpster fire from a train wreck. As we’ve written many times now, ViSalus was …

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Court confirms jury prize of $ 400,000 to ousted superintendent amid discord

A federal appeals court upheld the award of a $ 400,000 jury to an Illinois school principal whose contract was not renewed amid unrest that began with his efforts to perform a district finance audit. Superintendent, Denean Adams of the Harvey School District of 2,200 students in suburban Chicago, alleged …

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Smithfield Foods appeals NC jury award against pig farm

Richmond, Virginia Lawyers for a subsidiary of Smithfield Foods, the world’s largest pork producer, appeared before the U.S. Fourth Court of Appeals on Friday and asked three judges to overturn a jury sentence of 3.25 million dollars in a lawsuit brought by neighbors of a large North Carolina hog farm. …

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Walmart ordered to pay $54.6 million in jury prizes to California truck drivers

Walmart lost its appeal in the Ninth Circuit on Monday (January 6) when appeals court judges upheld a $54.6 million award to Walmart truck drivers in California. The lawsuit concerned non-payment for breaks taken by drivers and required by law. Federal law dictates that truckers take a 30-minute break during …

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Supreme Court Decision Paves The Way For $ 350,000 Jury Prize For Religious Bias | Fisher phillips

Following a United States Supreme Court ruling several months ago allowing a former employee to file a religious discrimination claim, a Texas federal jury recently ordered her former employer to pay her $ 350,000. The jury’s verdict on November 1 came after the Supreme Court allowed it to pursue a …

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Indian River plans to appeal jury award of $2 million to landlord

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — A jury has awarded Ocean Concrete owner George Maib $2 million in compensation for property he says the county took from him more than 12 years ago. Maib fought the county for years, claiming in a 2007 lawsuit that the county took her property by changing …

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Jury award to “exiled” priest of Duluth confirmed

A state district court jury last August accepted Graham’s claim that the action against him interfered with his contractual obligations, but said accuser Terrence Jerome Davis Jr. did not not intentionally inflicted emotional distress, as Graham’s counter-suit claimed. In December, Sixth Judicial District Judge Theresa Neo dismissed a petition from …

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Jury award to Duluth ‘exiled’ priest confirmed – Duluth News Tribune

The Minnesota Court of Appeals upheld a Duluth jury’s finding that awarded $13,500 to the Reverend William Graham, who sued a man who accused him of child sex abuse. A state district court jury last August accepted Graham’s claim that the action against him interfered with his contractual obligations, but …

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San Diego County struggling with biggest jury prize in decades

Long before a San Diego County jury in July awarded David Collins more than $ 12 million for the brain damage he sustained in the sheriff’s custody, a mediator recommended his civil lawsuit be settled for $ 3 million, his lawyer said. The supervisory board, acting behind closed doors on …

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US judge cuts Roundup jury prize to $ 25.3 million; Bayer is still considering appealing

(Reuters) – A federal judge on Monday reduced the amount of damages Bayer AG owed a California man who accused the weedkiller Roundup of his cancer, to $ 25.27 million from $ 80.27 million, while rejecting the company’s offer for a new trial. FILE PHOTO: A logo of Bayer AG …

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Jury Prize for failure to adapt to a confirmed perceived disability

The 3rd U.S. Court of Appeals upheld a jury verdict for an employee who said her employer failed to consider her perceived disability because the employer waived its argument that the employees who are simply considered disabled are not entitled to reasonable accommodation under Americans. with the Disabled Persons Act …

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Court upholds jury prize in Ford driver’s death

Ford Motor Co. must pay widow of a delivery driver who died at Ford Motor’s Kansas City assembly plant nearly $ 80 million in compensatory damages and aggravating circumstances, a court ruled on Tuesday. call. In Ford v. Ford Motor Co., a three-judge panel from the Missouri, Western District Court …

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Court won’t overturn jury award for employee fired after reporting safety hazard

A Pennsylvania court has denied an employer’s motion to overturn a jury’s award of punitive damages to a former employee of an iron foundry company who claimed he was fired for reporting alleged risks to safety and health to the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration and ordered the company …

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Court upholds $ 33 million jury prize in asbestos death case

A district court has upheld a jury prize of nearly $ 33 million awarded to the widow of a man who died of mesothelioma caused by asbestos exposure. In Finch v. Covil Corp., the US District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina on Wednesday dismissed the defendant’s motion …

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Court overturns $ 1.6 million jury prize in Bay Area asbestos case

A state appeals court overturned $ 1.6 million in damages awarded by an Alameda County jury against a pipe supply company last year in a lawsuit brought by a former construction worker diagnosed with cancer after cutting asbestos-laden pipes. The only evidence the company provided the pipes was testimony from …

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Butcher may retain jury prize in same-sex harassment case

A butcher who said he was repeatedly sexually assaulted by other butchers at a grocery store proved his claim of sexual harassment by showing that men and women were treated differently, the 7th US Court of Appeals ruled. United. The plaintiff worked behind the meat counter at Rosebud Farm, a …

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Apple Wins $ 539 Million Samsung Jury Prize in iPhone Patent Battle

Samsung Electronics Co. must pay apple Inc. $ 539 million for patent infringement related to the design of the iPhone, a federal jury found on Thursday, another victory for Apple in a seven-year-old legal battle over the spoils of the boom in the smartphone market. The jury’s decision in the …

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Federal Court of Appeals Overturns Jury Award of $491 Million in Prepaid Funeral Home Fraud | Law and order

ST. LOUIS • A federal appeals court on Thursday overturned a $491 million jury decision involving a pre-arranged funeral services fraud perpetrated by a Clayton company. After a five-week trial in 2015, a jury in the U.S. District Court in St. Louis awarded the money to the state’s Life and …

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The “Mark of the Beast” jury prize confirmed in appeal

A federal appeals court upheld a jury prize of $ 586,861 to a mining worker who felt compelled to retire when he refused to use a biometric hand-held scanner on religious grounds – claiming that this was related to the biblical “mark of the beast” – in a case filed …

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The “Mark of the Beast” jury prize confirmed on appeal

A federal appeals court has upheld jury compensation of $586,861 to a mining worker who felt pressured into retirement when he refused to use a hand-held biometric scanner for religious reasons – claiming that it was linked to the biblical “mark of the beast” – in a case filed its …

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Sixth Circuit upholds jury award of compensatory damages against CRA under FCRA for negligence, but reverses award of punitive damages

Abstract: The Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit of Smith vs. LexisNexis Screen Solutions, Inc.., __ F. 3d ___, 2016 WL 4761325 (6th Cir. Sept. 13, 2016), recently upheld a jury verdict in favor of a plaintiff in a Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) case, which was initially seen …

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