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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Justice delayed, againFirst one of my familiar disclaimers: I'm neither a lawyer nor an authority on
Justice delayed, again
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
First one of my familiar disclaimers: I'm neither a lawyer nor an authority on the proceedings of federal jurisprudence. Yet I am blessed with a modicum of common sense and a lifelong observer of the systems we rely upon for integrity in... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Huckabee looks for Iowa revivalURBANDALE, Iowa -- Trailing badly in all of the polls, former Arkansas Gov. Mik
Huckabee looks for Iowa revival
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
URBANDALE, Iowa -- Trailing badly in all of the polls, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is counting on friends from Arkansas and voters in Iowa to help him shock the pollsters and keep his presidential hopes alive. Borrowing a racetrack analogy,... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Maggio case's sentence date delayed twiceMore than a year has passed since ousted Judge Michael Maggio pleaded guilty to
Maggio case's sentence date delayed twice
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
More than a year has passed since ousted Judge Michael Maggio pleaded guilty to a federal bribery charge, but he still hasn't been sentenced --a delay that two lawyers with knowledge of federal criminal law said is unusual. Maggio's sentencing has... Read more
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Arkansas Business
Albert Solaroli Due To Be Sentenced in One Bank CaseAlbert Solaroli, the Florida businessman who pleaded guilty last April to money
Albert Solaroli Due To Be Sentenced in One Bank Case
Arkansas Business / Posted 15 days ago
Albert Solaroli, the Florida businessman who pleaded guilty last April to money laundering related to an infamous $1.5 million loan from One Bank & Trust, is scheduled to be sentenced Thursday by U.S. District Judge Brian Miller in Little Rock. Just... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Feb. 26 deadline to repay $120,000Chief U.S. District Judge Brian Miller on Thursday postponed sentencing Albert
Feb. 26 deadline to repay $120,000
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
Chief U.S. District Judge Brian Miller on Thursday postponed sentencing Albert Solaroli for money laundering and gave him until Feb. 26 to pay One Bank & Trust $120,000 in restitution. Miller agreed to let Solaroli, a Canadian citizen, travel to... Read more
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This is West Country
Enjoy the Coastline Players' pantomime of Dick Whittington at Brean village hallHE'S behind you! The Coastline Players panto group is inviting people from far
Enjoy the Coastline Players' pantomime of Dick Whittington at Brean village hall
This is West Country / Posted 25 days ago
HE'S behind you! The Coastline Players panto group is inviting people from far and wide to enjoy their performance of Dick Whittington. The traditional pantomime tells the tale of a young man who goes to London to seek his fortune and become Lord... Read more

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