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New London Police Chief Takes Mayor To Court

New London’s police chief is asking a judge to issue an injunction against the mayor, alleging that he has usurped her authority.

The Day of New London reports Chief Margaret Ackley asked for the preliminary injunction Wednesday in Superior Court as part of a lawsuit she filed in 2013 in a dispute over her contract and compensation. 91 more words

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Why do Young Witnesses need Registered Intermediaries? - A Case Study

The NSPCC’s Order in Court campaign is calling for all young witnesses to have access to a Registered Intermediary.

The below example, taken from a real case, highlights the importance of Registered Intermediaries in ensuring children can understand what is happening during a trial, without being traumatised by inappropriate and confusing questionning. 318 more words

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Guyana government embarassed again

The Ministry of Home Affairs has backed down on the birth certificate requirement for a Guyana Passport after  another court battle challenging  it was set to begin.  167 more words

Custom survived: London Cart Marking

London has many customs, often associated with the livery organisations. One of the oddest of these considering its name and vintage is the Carman fellowship which despite its modern sounding name has existed since 1277. 465 more words

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New Jersey Meiron Bar-Nadav is Keeping Law Honest And Community Safe

In the state of New Jersey Meiron Bar-Nadav is a lawyer who has always fought for those who have feel that the justice was not served to them and they were on the short end of the stick. 213 more words

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Theogene Rudasingwa Dragged to Court: Felicien Kabuga Financed a Genocide mouth-piece RTLM, Son-in-law Does the Same in Europe

Dr Paulin Murayi, the son-in-law of Rwandan genocide fugitive Felicien Kabuga has filed court case at ‘Cour d’assises de Bruxelles’ alleging that Dr Theogene Rudasingwa stole (“a vole”) 357,300 euros which was his personal contribution to the Rwanda National Congress (RNC).

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Michigan man says he's too heavy to face felony charges

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The 625-pound defendant in a felony case that has been stalled for two years now claims he’s too large to come to court — but prosecutors aren’t buying it. 222 more words

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