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KRCR TV Redding
Hundreds gather in City Plaza for National Day of Prayerpray in small groups. The constitutionality of the National Day of Prayer was
Hundreds gather in City Plaza for National Day of Prayer
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 2 hours ago
pray in small groups. The constitutionality of the National Day of Prayer was unsuccessfully challenged in court by the Freedom From Religion Foundation after their first attempt was unanimously dismissed by a federal appellate court in April... Read more
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Denver Post
Pizza pardon: CU-Boulder reinstates student candidates accused of briberyspring election. (Courtesy Photo) Lyons and Fotenos were disqualified from tak
Pizza pardon: CU-Boulder reinstates student candidates accused of bribery
Denver Post / Posted 3 hours ago
spring election. (Courtesy Photo) Lyons and Fotenos were disqualified from taking office last week by a student government appellate court for campaign violations. The court did not find enough violations to disqualify DeAndrea, and she had been... Read more
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Colorado Daily
Pizza pardon:Boulder reinstates student candidates accused of briberyspring election. (Courtesy Photo) Lyons and Fotenos were disqualified from tak
Pizza pardon:Boulder reinstates student candidates accused of bribery
Colorado Daily / Posted 4 hours ago
spring election. (Courtesy Photo) Lyons and Fotenos were disqualified from taking office last week by a student government appellate court for campaign violations. The court did not find enough violations to disqualify DeAndrea, and she had been... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Inmate sues over beating in Cook County Jail caught on videoto the Cook County Circuit Court, but a judge also found in Norise's favor. The
Inmate sues over beating in Cook County Jail caught on video
Chicago Tribune / Posted 5 hours ago
to the Cook County Circuit Court, but a judge also found in Norise's favor. The sheriff is now appealing to the Illinois Appellate Court, Smith said. A spokeswoman for Alvarez was not immediately available for comment Thursday. Norise,... Read more
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MLive.com
Appeals court to rule on cellphone ban for Saginaw County courtroomsappealed that ruling to the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati a
Appeals court to rule on cellphone ban for Saginaw County courtrooms
MLive.com / Posted 7 hours ago
appealed that ruling to the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati and that appeal in December 2015. The appellate court has yet to issue a ruling. Ellison told The Saginaw News that he believes that the amount of time the... Read more
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Bdnews24.com
War criminal Nizami hears news of SC rejecting his review plea on radio in prison celldeath on Oct 29, 2014, for murders and rapes in Pabna and mass killing of intel
War criminal Nizami hears news of SC rejecting his review plea on radio in prison cell
Bdnews24.com / Posted 11 hours ago
death on Oct 29, 2014, for murders and rapes in Pabna and mass killing of intellectuals in 1971. On Jan 6 this year, the appellate court had rejected an appeal to overturn his conviction and the death sentence. Nizami was arrested on Jul 29,... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Arkansas will keep Texan's $19,894$20,000 in cash to the state in a seizure during a 2013 traffic stop. The appe
Arkansas will keep Texan's $19,894
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 12 hours ago
$20,000 in cash to the state in a seizure during a 2013 traffic stop. The appeal was filed too late under the rules, the appellate court said. But despite Wednesday's ruling, one appeals judge took issue with the seizure, writing that he didn't... Read more
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Inquirier.net
CA rules actor Philip Salvador not a Bulacan voterdismissal on the ground that petitioner (Salvador) availed of the wrong remedy
CA rules actor Philip Salvador not a Bulacan voter
Inquirier.net / Posted 14 hours ago
dismissal on the ground that petitioner (Salvador) availed of the wrong remedy of appeal,” said the CA decision. The appellate court also ruled that the Fonacier’s decision was final and executory. “Section 138, Art. XII, of the Omnibus... Read more
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Orange County Register
Government workers need speech protectionsof Appeals rejected this argument on the ground that Heffernan was not actually
Government workers need speech protections
Orange County Register / Posted 15 hours ago
of Appeals rejected this argument on the ground that Heffernan was not actually engaged in First Amendment activity. The appellate court explained that “a free-speech retaliation claim is actionable ... only where the adverse action at issue was... Read more
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The Financial Express
AgustaWestland deal: Send us property details of 10 officers of IAF, ministry, ED writes to Defenceof suspected middleman James Christian Michel. The note, which Michel has now d
AgustaWestland deal: Send us property details of 10 officers of IAF, ministry, ED writes to Defence
The Financial Express / Posted 22 hours ago
of suspected middleman James Christian Michel. The note, which Michel has now disowned, is part of the order of the Milan appellate court that handed prison terms last month to former chiefs of AgustaWestland and its parent company... Read more
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The Advocate
Louisiana lawmakers halt reworked wrongful conviction payout billrow in 2014, but courts denied him compensation, saying he helped to plan the a
Louisiana lawmakers halt reworked wrongful conviction payout bill
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
row in 2014, but courts denied him compensation, saying he helped to plan the armed robbery that led to the murder. An appellate court reaffirmed the decision, but Ford was never charged or convicted with the other crimes. He has since died... Read more
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The Indian Express
AgustaWestland deal: Send us property details of 10 officers of IAF, ministry, ED writes to Defenceof suspected middleman James Christian Michel. The note, which Michel has now d
AgustaWestland deal: Send us property details of 10 officers of IAF, ministry, ED writes to Defence
The Indian Express / Posted yesterday
of suspected middleman James Christian Michel. The note, which Michel has now disowned, is part of the order of the Milan appellate court that handed prison terms last month to former chiefs of AgustaWestland and its parent company... Read more
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Kenosha News
Jensen trial likely delayed until 2017a hearing set for July that Jensen’s former prosecution should be restored. Acc
Jensen trial likely delayed until 2017
Kenosha News / Posted yesterday
a hearing set for July that Jensen’s former prosecution should be restored. According to Jambois’ argument, while a federal appellate court overturned the conviction, it did not overturn the trial court’s ruling that a letter from Jensen’s wife... Read more
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The Advocate
Louisiana lawmakers halt reworked wrongful conviction payout billrow in 2014, but courts denied him compensation, saying he helped to plan the a
Louisiana lawmakers halt reworked wrongful conviction payout bill
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
row in 2014, but courts denied him compensation, saying he helped to plan the armed robbery that led to the murder. An appellate court reaffirmed the decision, but Ford was never charged or convicted with the other crimes. He has since died... Read more
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asianage
Manohar Parrikar vows to probe all named in Italy rulingmatter was brought out in extensive details in recent judgments by the Milan co
Manohar Parrikar vows to probe all named in Italy ruling
asianage / Posted yesterday
matter was brought out in extensive details in recent judgments by the Milan court. “Pursuant to the judgment of the Milan appellate court, the defence ministry has written to both the ED and CBI to take into account the content of the judgment and... Read more
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New York Post
Man who killed New Year’s reveler 25 years ago gets maximum sentencefor a license under the name Rashad Hamid. Lloyd first stood trial in 2011, bu
Man who killed New Year’s reveler 25 years ago gets maximum sentence
New York Post / Posted yesterday
for a license under the name Rashad Hamid. Lloyd first stood trial in 2011, but his conviction was overturned by an appellate court in 2014. He was again found guilty of the charge of second-degree murder on March 24, 2016 by a Brooklyn... Read more
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Daily Herald
Union accuses Lake County official of intimidation2015. An administrative law judge approved the union in July, but that decision
Union accuses Lake County official of intimidation
Daily Herald / Posted yesterday
2015. An administrative law judge approved the union in July, but that decision is being challenged by Brin before an appellate court. According to the AFSCME complaints, Brin has repeatedly rebuffed union overtures to begin contract talks... Read more
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Salon.com
Hunger shouldn’t be a crime: This is what a humane response to food insecurity looks likeCourt of Cassation decided that he “doesn’t have to be punished at all.” While
Hunger shouldn’t be a crime: This is what a humane response to food insecurity looks like
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
Court of Cassation decided that he “doesn’t have to be punished at all.” While the full ruling has not been released, the appellate court did announce that “The condition of the defendant and the circumstances in which the merchandise theft took... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Emanuel asks appellate court to lift Lucas roadblockbid to save the proposed Lucas Museum of Narrative Art for Chicago, the Emanuel
Emanuel asks appellate court to lift Lucas roadblock
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted yesterday
bid to save the proposed Lucas Museum of Narrative Art for Chicago, the Emanuel administration is asking a federal appellate court to assume jurisdiction over and dismiss a Friends of the Parks suit that has blocked construction. According... Read more
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Pleasanton Express
Supreme Court sends Voter ID case back to Fifth Circuit | May 4, 2016Texas law to remain in effect. Justice Clarence Thomas, acting on behalf of th
Supreme Court sends Voter ID case back to Fifth Circuit | May 4, 2016
Pleasanton Express / Posted yesterday
Texas law to remain in effect. Justice Clarence Thomas, acting on behalf of the high court, ordered the New Orleans-based appellate court to decide Veasey v. Abbott by July 20, well in advance of the November 8 General Election. The plaintiffs... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
'Off-the-grid' Huntsville man to keep fighting city ordinancespower and sanitation within the city of Huntsville, has been fighting for over
'Off-the-grid' Huntsville man to keep fighting city ordinances
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted yesterday
power and sanitation within the city of Huntsville, has been fighting for over a year to keep his home. Just last week, an appellate court upheld a judge’s ruling that he has 14 days to remove his trailer from his property. But Truitt said he’s... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
'Off the Grid' Huntsville man to keep fighting city ordinancespower and sanitation within the city of Huntsville, has been fighting for over
'Off the Grid' Huntsville man to keep fighting city ordinances
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted yesterday
power and sanitation within the city of Huntsville, has been fighting for over a year to keep his home. Just last week, an appellate court upheld a judge’s ruling that he has 14 days to remove his trailer from his property. Since we did the story... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Odalis Sharp, Topeka-area singer who went with kids to Oregon standoff, arrestedabuse and neglect hotline recently. “They’re making false charges,” she said.
Odalis Sharp, Topeka-area singer who went with kids to Oregon standoff, arrested
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted yesterday
abuse and neglect hotline recently. “They’re making false charges,” she said. In 2011, DCF removed Sharp’s oldest child, who was then 15, and placed him in foster care. Sharp appealed, but the appellate court sided with the lower courts in Octob... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Former cop will serve one year in death of teensin 2013 to 10 years in prison, suspended after five. He remained free on a $25
Former cop will serve one year in death of teens
Darien News-Review / Posted yesterday
in 2013 to 10 years in prison, suspended after five. He remained free on a $250,000 bond while he appealed. The State Appellate Court overturned the conviction and ordered a new trial in June 2015, but the State Supreme Court reversed that... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Stealing food if you're in need is not a crime, Italian court findsdisposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just ta
Stealing food if you're in need is not a crime, Italian court finds
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just take a guilty plea right away," Karakatsanis said. "Very, very rarely would an appellate court in the United States ever get to rule on a case like this." Associated... Read more
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The Atlantic
The Lie of Low-Tar CigarettesDepartment’s racketeering lawsuit had sought to have the tobacco industry repay
The Lie of Low-Tar Cigarettes
The Atlantic / Posted yesterday
Department’s racketeering lawsuit had sought to have the tobacco industry repay illegal profits of $480 billion. But an appellate court ruled that federal racketeering laws didn’t allow for fines for past behavior. Judge Kessler’s only power... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
'Off the Grid' Huntsville man to keep fighting city ordinancespower and sanitation within the city of Huntsville, has been fighting for over
'Off the Grid' Huntsville man to keep fighting city ordinances
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted yesterday
power and sanitation within the city of Huntsville, has been fighting for over a year to keep his home. Just last week, an appellate court upheld a judge’s ruling that he has 14 days to remove his trailer from his property. Since we did the story... Read more
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Orange County Register
Food theft in Italy may not be a crime, court rulesneed for nourishment, acting therefore in a state of need,” and therefore the t
Food theft in Italy may not be a crime, court rules
Orange County Register / Posted yesterday
need for nourishment, acting therefore in a state of need,” and therefore the theft “does not constitute a crime,” the appellate court wrote in its decision, which was reported on Monday by the Italian news agency ANSA. The court’s decision... Read more
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New Kerala
Brazil court scraps suspension of WhatsApp - newkerala.com #58577Brasilia, May 4 : The suspension of WhatsApp in Brazil was scrapped, hours afte
Brazil court scraps suspension of WhatsApp - newkerala.com #58577
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
Brasilia, May 4 : The suspension of WhatsApp in Brazil was scrapped, hours after an appellate court upheld a 72-hour nationwide shutdown of the messaging service. Sergipe State Court magistrate Ricardo Mucio Santana de Abreu Lima on Tuesday... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Judge Wants Full Panel of Court of Appeal to Hear Lagos Hijab Appealissuing dress codes, would be destroyed, if the prayers of the plaintiffs were
Judge Wants Full Panel of Court of Appeal to Hear Lagos Hijab Appeal
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
issuing dress codes, would be destroyed, if the prayers of the plaintiffs were granted. Dissatisfied with the decision of the trial court, the appellant had urged the appellate court to set aside the judgment and protect their constitutional rig... Read more
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examiner.com
Kato and Kleo, 2 dogs sitting on death row for over three yearsthe Commissioner will not allow it. So yet, another court date has been set fo
Kato and Kleo, 2 dogs sitting on death row for over three years
examiner.com / Posted yesterday
the Commissioner will not allow it. So yet, another court date has been set for May 10th 2016 at 10 am at the Connecticut Appellate Court at 75 Elm Street Hartford, Connecticut. Supporters of Kato and Kleo are asking for a strong presence at the... Read more
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CTV News
Woman who went with kids to Oregon standoff arrestedmaking false charges," she said. In 2011, the Kansas Department for Children a
Woman who went with kids to Oregon standoff arrested
CTV News / Posted yesterday
making false charges," she said. In 2011, the Kansas Department for Children and Families removed Sharp's oldest child who was then 15 and placed him in foster care. Sharp appealed, but the appellate court sided with the lower courts in... Read more
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FOX News
Kansas woman who took her kids to Oregon refuge standoff arrestedmaking false charges," she said. In 2011, the Kansas Department for Children a
Kansas woman who took her kids to Oregon refuge standoff arrested
FOX News / Posted yesterday
making false charges," she said. In 2011, the Kansas Department for Children and Families removed Sharp's oldest child who was then 15 and placed him in foster care. Sharp appealed, but the appellate court sided with the lower courts in... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Stealing food if you're in need is not a crime, Italian court findsof these cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the
Stealing food if you're in need is not a crime, Italian court finds
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
of these cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just take a guilty plea right away," Karakatsanis said. "Very, very rarely would an appellate court in the United States ever get to rule on a case like th... Read more
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ABC News
Kansas Mom Who Brought Her Kids to Oregon Refuge Standoff Arrestedmaking false charges," she said. In 2011, the Kansas Department for Children a
Kansas Mom Who Brought Her Kids to Oregon Refuge Standoff Arrested
ABC News / Posted 2 days ago
making false charges," she said. In 2011, the Kansas Department for Children and Families removed Sharp's oldest child who was then 15 and placed him in foster care. Sharp appealed, but the appellate court sided with the lower courts in... Read more
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The Indian Express
AgustaWestland deal: Ex-IAF chief Tyagi ‘admits’ he met Finmeccanica amid chopper talksof the visitor’s register as proof of the meeting. As reported by The Indian E
AgustaWestland deal: Ex-IAF chief Tyagi ‘admits’ he met Finmeccanica amid chopper talks
The Indian Express / Posted 2 days ago
of the visitor’s register as proof of the meeting. As reported by The Indian Express on April 29, the verdict of the Milan Appellate Court clearly says that Tyagi met several AW officials in the presence of his cousins when he was IAF chief. And... Read more
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The Courier
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court findsthese cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the per
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court finds
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
these cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just take a guilty plea right away," Mr Karakatsanis said. "Very, very rarely would an appellate court in the United States ever get to rule on a case like th... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court findsthese cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the per
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court finds
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
these cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just take a guilty plea right away," Mr Karakatsanis said. "Very, very rarely would an appellate court in the United States ever get to rule on a case like th... Read more
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The Young Witness
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court findsthese cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the per
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court finds
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
these cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just take a guilty plea right away," Mr Karakatsanis said. "Very, very rarely would an appellate court in the United States ever get to rule on a case like th... Read more
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Western Advocate
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court findsthese cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the per
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court finds
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
these cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just take a guilty plea right away," Mr Karakatsanis said. "Very, very rarely would an appellate court in the United States ever get to rule on a case like th... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court findsthese cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the per
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court finds
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
these cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just take a guilty plea right away," Mr Karakatsanis said. "Very, very rarely would an appellate court in the United States ever get to rule on a case like th... Read more
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Manning River Times
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court findsthese cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the per
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court finds
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
these cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just take a guilty plea right away," Mr Karakatsanis said. "Very, very rarely would an appellate court in the United States ever get to rule on a case like th... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court findsthese cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the per
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court finds
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
these cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just take a guilty plea right away," Mr Karakatsanis said. "Very, very rarely would an appellate court in the United States ever get to rule on a case like th... Read more
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The North West Star
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court findsthese cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the per
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court finds
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
these cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just take a guilty plea right away," Mr Karakatsanis said. "Very, very rarely would an appellate court in the United States ever get to rule on a case like th... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court findsthese cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the per
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court finds
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
these cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just take a guilty plea right away," Mr Karakatsanis said. "Very, very rarely would an appellate court in the United States ever get to rule on a case like th... Read more
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The Border Mail
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court findsthese cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the per
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court finds
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
these cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just take a guilty plea right away," Mr Karakatsanis said. "Very, very rarely would an appellate court in the United States ever get to rule on a case like th... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court findsthese cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the per
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court finds
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
these cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just take a guilty plea right away," Mr Karakatsanis said. "Very, very rarely would an appellate court in the United States ever get to rule on a case like th... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court findsthese cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the per
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court finds
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
these cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just take a guilty plea right away," Mr Karakatsanis said. "Very, very rarely would an appellate court in the United States ever get to rule on a case like th... Read more
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The Age
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court findsthese cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the per
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court finds
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
these cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just take a guilty plea right away," Mr Karakatsanis said. "Very, very rarely would an appellate court in the United States ever get to rule on a case like th... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court findsthese cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the per
Stealing food not a crime if you're in need, Italian court finds
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
these cases get disposed of either through a dismissal, or more likely, the person will just take a guilty plea right away," Mr Karakatsanis said. "Very, very rarely would an appellate court in the United States ever get to rule on a case like th... Read more
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