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

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

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War tribunal overseer ends sentence of Guantanamo detainee

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Brent Kite in court, rant, judge, magistrate, conduct charges, Queanbeyan Local Court dragons, sea eagles, panthers, Clive Churchill Medal

Clive Churchill Medal winner Brent Kite took to social media to explain his court appearance in a lengthy rant after telling the magistrate he had ‘no authority’ over him. The former Dragons, Sea Eagles and Panthers star was facing a local court magistrate in Queanbeyan charged with refusing to show …

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Scott Peterson juror denies bias in 2004 trial

By DON THOMPSON Associated Press SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The juror at the heart of convicted murderer Scott Peterson’s bid for a new trial swore Friday that she held no animosity toward him until she heard evidence that he was convicted. killed his pregnant wife in a case that drew …

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Schoolboy murder victim Dea-John Reid ran to a group chasing him, court heard

A 14-year-old boy fatally stabbed in a ‘revenge’ attack in Birmingham accidentally ran towards a group of five people stalking him, a court has heard. Birmingham Crown Court saw CCTV footage showing Dea-John Reid being chased before a 15-year-old stabbed him in the chest with a knife. Michael Shields, 36, …

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Akash murder trial: Psychiatrists on defendant’s insanity/sanity – court hears opposing views

Akash, who goes by only one name, pleaded not guilty to murder at the start of his trial in Auckland High Court. Photo/Michael Craig In the hours and days after schizophrenic security guard Akash stabbed his girlfriend to death, evidence suggests he dumped Gurpreet Kaur’s body in a remote area …

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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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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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Man admits to being part of the Mongrel Mob group that killed another mobster

PROVIDED Codi Wilkinson was fatally attacked by fellow Mongrel Mob members in Ashhurst in September 2019. A Mongrel Mob member has admitted to being part of a group that fatally attacked another mobster and violently assaulted another gang member. Dean Arthur Alexander Jennings pleaded guilty in Wellington High Court on …

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Houston man found guilty in federal court of underage sex trafficking faces life in prison | KTVE

LAFAYETTE, La. (KTVE/KARD) — On Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022, Kevondric Fezia, 26, of Houston, Tx. was convicted by a federal jury in Lafayette, Louisiana, of sex trafficking charges. On April 22, 2021, an indictment was returned by a federal grand jury charging Feiza and Calista Jenee Winfrey, 23, of Orange, …

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Court events after the Parkland School shooting

On February 14, 2018, Nikolas Cruz took an Uber to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School with a black duffel bag. : Lives Lost in Parkland School ShootingFeb. 14, 2018After arriving at school, Cruz assembled his AR-15 rifle in the stairwell and opened fire in the “freshmen building”, killing 14 students …

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Plumber gets 25 years in prison for molesting toddler at work and videotaping abuse

An apprentice plumber spends many years behind bars for what a district attorney in Texas recently called “Every parent’s worst nightmare.” The judgment of February 10 condemns the apprentice to 25 years in prison for the attack on a 4-year-old girl in the family home. On August 25, 2018, apprentice …

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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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Encrypted messaging system used to procure gun for murder, court finds | UK News

A sophisticated encrypted telephone messaging system was used to provide a gun for one murder and to hatch a failed plot to commit another murder, an Old Bailey jury has heard during the trial of two men whose communications secrets were intercepted. The so-called EncroChat service was allegedly used to …

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Colona man accused of killing toddler pleads not guilty in court appearance Wednesday | Local News

A Colona man accused of killing a child in January pleaded not guilty Wednesday afternoon to the multiple first-degree murder and aggravated battery charges he now faces. The 14-month-old girl died Sunday of injuries authorities said were caused by Rahsaan Malik Strawder, 38, of 710 4th St. on Thursday. The …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Jefferson NJ Police Officer Admits Assaulted, Threatened, Loses Job

Despite previous offers to keep his job as a Jefferson Police OfficerDavid Wroblewski lost his post on Tuesday after admitting to punching a woman in the face and threatening her in two incidents in 2015 and 2016. Instead of attending the trial, which was scheduled for October this year, David …

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Court Findings: December 22, 2021 – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

Adams County Court Cases – Final Results Week of December 10 to 16: Travon Lyles charged with child abuse. Case related to a grand jury. Week of Nov 26-Dec 2: Hunter Bailey charged with receiving stolen property. Case related to a grand jury. Robert Galmore charged with two counts of …

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Indiana couple plead guilty in federal court for attempted theft of Jonesboro pharmacy

Two Indiana men face maximum sentences of 20 to 40 years in federal prison after pleading guilty Monday in plea hearings following charges related to the attempted robbery of a Jonesboro pharmacy and the theft later the same day from an Illinois grocery store. Tavon Lockridge, 22, and Raymond Craig, …

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Canadian pleads guilty in US court for funding ISIS activities

By Tom Yun, Editor, CTVNews.ca Click here for updates on this story VANCOUVER, British Columbia (CTV Network) – A Canadian citizen pleaded guilty in U.S. federal court Friday to funding ISIS militants in Syria. In a press release, the US Department of Justice said former Edmonton resident Abdullahi Ahmed Abdullahi …

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Victim in court as man from Bunclody tries to overturn rape conviction

A woman who was raped 20 times by her sister’s partner as a schoolgirl was in court today as her attacker cried and asked for her conviction to be overturned. ohn Giltrap (61), of Termonbarry, Hospital Hill, Bunclody, had pleaded not guilty to 22 counts of rape of Caroline Kavanagh …

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Pamplin Media Group – Portland men indicted in St. Helens auto race

The two men are suspected of a series of break-ins and car thefts that were reported in late November. Columbia County prosecutors have laid felony charges against two Portland men as part of a series of break-ins and vehicle thefts that were reported in St. Helens on November 27-28. On …

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Court eases travel restrictions for Texarkana’s father and son accused of sexual misconduct with young girl

NEW BOSTON, Texas – A father and son accused of sexual misconduct with a young girl at a Texarkana residence appeared before a visiting judge on Tuesday for a preliminary hearing. The outcry was launched against David Ernest Fant, 58, and his son Hayden David Fant, 21 in the spring …

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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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Pamplin Media Group – Proud Boy Sentenced to 10 Years for Crimes During Protests

Alan Swinney moved to Portland in 2020 and committed all the crimes for two days in August of the same year. Self-proclaimed proud boy Alan Swinney was sentenced to 10 years in prison after a jury found him guilty on 11 counts. Following a six-day trial in October, a Multnomah …

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Live updates from Ghislaine Maxwell trial: Court breaks for day as lawyer falls ill, judge says not linked to Covid

Ghislaine Maxwell Trial: Day 7 Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial has been adjourned a day after a lawyer handling the case fell ill. Judge Alison Nathan said there was no reason to believe it was related to Covid. Debates are expected to resume on Friday. The latest publication of evidence from the …

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Ghislaine Maxwell trial – live: photos of Epstein shown to jury after court heard he had wired millions to socialite

Ghislaine Maxwell trial: the second accuser testifies Prosecutors in the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, a British socialite and former partner of Jeffrey Epstein, began on day seven of the six-week trial by showing jurors photographs illustrating Ms Maxwell’s relationship with Epstein. Ms Maxwell, 59, is accused of preparing teenage girls …

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CT group indicted in wave of AT&T store robberies

HARTFORD – Four Hartford men were charged this week over their roles in violent thefts from AT&T stores, federal prosecutors said. On Wednesday, a federal grand jury in Hartford released an indictment that charged Alex Josephs, 21, Ronaldo Smith, 23, Saquille Raymond, 23, and Deshawn Baugh, 19, with robbery and …

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Valley News – COVID cases postpone Hanover shooting hearing, tangled court files

NORTH HAVERHILL – A two-day hearing in the case of two men accused of shooting a visiting student in Hanover was postponed Thursday after one of the defendants and at least two witnesses tested positive for COVID-19. And with COVID-19 cases soaring in the twin states, the infections in the …

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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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Latest court news as selected jurors – NBC Chicago

Jurors were selected on Monday as former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett prepares to stand trial for committing a racist attack on himself. Smollett, a black and openly gay actor, reported to Chicago police that he was the victim of a hate crime that has gained national attention. Almost three years …

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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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Joey Barton assault trial: full details as Bristol Rovers boss’ trial set to begin

The Bristol Rovers manager is on trial today at Sheffield Crown Court. Joey Barton, 38, denies assaulting former Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel while at Fleetwood Town, following a Ligue 1 game between the clubs in April 2019. Mr Barton was first tried in June this year following a one-year delay …

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Biden says Ahmaud Arbery’s verdicts “reflect that our justice system is doing its job” but “that alone is not enough”

A Georgian jury has found 3 defendants guilty of murdering Ahmaud Arbery while jogging in February 2020. “While the guilty verdicts reflect that our justice system is doing its job, that is not enough,” Biden said. President Joe Biden said on Wednesday that a Jury finds three men guilty of …

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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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Man found guilty of stabbing his mother to death at work in Toronto’s PATH underground system

A man accused of stabbing his own mother to death in 2019 has been convicted by a jury of first degree murder. Duncan Sinclair, now 22, was 19 at the time of the murder of Rae Cara Carrington, who was stabbed at least 11 times while working in the PATH …

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Officer Who Killed Breonna Taylor Asks Louisville Police Department For Work | New

Former police officer Myles Cosgrove asks to resume his post after firing 16 bullets in breonna taylorthe apartment of, who killed her in March 2020. According to United States todayCosgrove, who was fired in January 2021 for failing to “correctly identify a target,” is appealing to the Louisville Metro Police …

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Ahmaud Arbery’s mother quits her job as she attends murder trial

On February 23, 2020, Ahmaud Arbery was chased and shot while jogging in Glynn County, Georgia. Now, while the three white men accused in her death are on trial, her mother has put her life on hold to seek justice for her son. Ahmaud Arbery’s mother quit her job to …

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Wall Street Enforcer who caught Visium scammer takes top job

Damien williams exposed the case of a jury he had to persuade to bring down a top hedge fund thief. His simple courtroom opening up to seemingly mind-numbing financial fraud: “It’s easy to look like a winner if you can just take stock. ” And with that he arranged a …

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First trial in bribe program for college admissions by jury

By ALANNA DURKIN RICHER Associated Press BOSTON (AP) – Two wealthy parents who are the first to stand trial in college admissions bribery scandal have used lies and money to steal coveted places at prestigious schools their children won’t couldn’t get it on their own, a prosecutor said on Wednesday …

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Court upholds $ 4.26 million jury prize for “self-published defamation”

United States: Court upholds $ 4.26 million jury prize for “self-published defamation” December 07, 2020 Proskauer Rose LLP To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. Tilkey v. Allstate Ins. Co., 2020 WL 6268474 (Cal. Ct. App. 2020) Allstate fired Michael Tilkey, a 30-year-old employee who sold life …

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Judge overturns $ 113.4 million jury prize for abused ex-boy from Yucca Valley – San Bernardino Sun

In a rare move, a San Bernardino Superior Court judge overturned a record jury award of $ 113.4 million to a 10-year-old boy who suffered severe brain damage and was made quadriplegic from the beatings of his father’s girlfriend. Judge Bryan Foster ruled on October 30 that county social worker …

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Appeals court awards jury $ 7.7 million in Ministry of Corrections whistleblower case

A state appeals committee overturned a $ 7.7 million jury prize that a former state Department of Corrections employee won in a whistleblower case and ordered a new trial in the civil case. Lisa R. Easley sued the DOC for claiming she was fired for cooperating in a federal investigation …

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