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2015/03/26 06:57
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LITTLE ROCK -- A bill requiring all sudden infant deaths and other unexpected child fatalities be reported to the state child abuse hotline passed a House committee Wednesday. Senate Bill 786 by Sen....
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2015/03/24 01:37
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California's court system is in stronger financial shape after years of budget cuts, but it needs the Legislature's help — and more funding — to adopt innovative and...
2015/03/21 18:08
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NEPTUNE, N.J. (AP) - Judging by the number of tickets each year, jaywalking as an infraction draws scant attention from police in New Jersey. The Asbury Park Press (http://on.app.com/1BiCT2Z) reports...
2015/03/20 19:33
2015/03/20 19:33
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The Maryland Judiciary is seeking an experienced attorney to perform the duties of Legal Counsel within the Internal Affairs Division. The incumbent conducts legal research and analysis, and renders...
2015/03/20 19:33
2015/03/20 19:33
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The Maryland Judiciary is seeking an experienced attorney to perform the duties of Legal Counsel within the Internal Affairs Division. The incumbent conducts legal research and analysis, and renders...
2015/03/20 18:20
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A complaint filed by Dale Maisano. (U.S. Courts) Last week, the federal Administrative Office of the Courts released their 2014 case statistics, showing how many lawsuits had been filed in different...
2015/03/18 23:48
2015/03/18 23:48
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SANTA FE >> The effort to add a new judgeship for the Third Judicial District in Doña Ana County is still alive, but it will need some help in the final days of the session, and then later by...
2015/03/16 20:39
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GOP leader files records request on CooperGOP leader files records request on Cooper A GOP leader has filed a records request on Attorney General Roy Cooper, asking for email correspondence between...
2015/03/15 14:47
2015/03/15 14:47
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. - A demand for Spanish-language interpreters has led Shelby County court officials to work on creating a new in-house program. Instead of using part-time contractors, the courts plan...
2015/03/15 06:21
2015/03/15 06:21
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If you thought police were being less vigilant about broken lights, bald tires and cracked windshields since safety inspections were eliminated nearly five years ago, think again — and keep your...
2015/03/13 20:19
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An appeals court has reinstated a disability discrimination lawsuit filed by a court clerk who was terminated three weeks after requesting an accommodation for her social anxiety disorder. Christina...
2015/03/12 22:33
2015/03/12 22:33
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Maryland’s top judge pressed lawmakers Thursday to approve more than $549 million for the Judiciary in fiscal year 2016 — a nearly 10 percent increase from the half-billion dollars appropriated for...
2015/03/11 18:37
2015/03/11 18:37
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Federal lawsuit filed against KY over access to addiction medicationPosted: Wednesday, March 11, 2015 12:52 PM EDTUpdated: Wednesday, March 11, 2015 1:46 PM EDT PIKEVILLE, Ky. (AP) - - A federal...
2015/03/11 08:57
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Two Arkansas legislators have introduced a bill that would begin the process of allowing trained dogs to accompany child witnesses when they testify in criminal-court proceedings. House Bill 1855 was...
2015/03/10 04:47
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State Chief Justice Mark Martin wants $30 million to operate state courts. He’s not going to get it. Gov. Pat McCrory’s recommendations for the 2015-2017 biennial budget provides around $16 million...
2015/03/08 07:21
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Most state lawmakers haven't noticed yet, but there's a little pot of untapped transportation revenue that might be available for somebody's pet project. The fund contains $210,000, and according to...
2015/03/07 00:12
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The man who oversees the North Carolina courts said the issue of gay marriage had nothing to do with his decision to retire. “The timing just seemed right,” John smith told WNCN Friday. Smith has...
2015/03/07 00:01
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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - A District Court judge will become the top administrator of North Carolina's courts system temporarily while a search committee finds a permanent replacement for retiring courts...
2015/03/04 22:23
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Remarks of N.C. Chief Justice Mark Martin’s 2015 State of the Judiciary address as prepared for delivery: President Forest, Speaker Moore, President Pro Tem Berger, Members of the General Assembly,...
2015/03/03 04:29
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RALEIGH — The top administrator of North Carolina’s court system says he’s retiring after a career of more than 40 years in the judicial system. The Administrative Office of the Courts announced...
2015/03/26 06:57
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