Husbands and wives face domestic violence charges. So do fathers and sons, brothers and sisters, girlfriends and boyfriends, and even roommates. All it takes is for an argument to get out of hand! When the police arrive, they are ready to make an arrest. Because the police are responding to word of mouth, witnesses’ opinions and evidence found on the scene, they don’t always make the right call. Many times, the person who contacts the police is the one who goes to jail!
Judge Ana Gardiner disbarred for ‘relationship’ with prosecutor during death penalty trial
Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A married teacher sent a schoolgirl a nude photo of himself with a smiley face emoji covering his genitals, a court heard. Christopher Wood is also accused of sending the pupil images showing him engaged in sexual activity with other women, including his wife. Wood is on trial at Birmingham Crown Court where he has denied inciting a child to engage in sexual activity. He has also pleaded not guilty to two charges of causing a child to watch a sexual activity by a person in a position of trust, the Birmingham Mail reports.
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McBain had ordered the man to spend three days in jail, a period that quickly jumped to 93 days as Larson continued to aggravate the judge during the December hearing. The resulting takedown was a rare instance of a judge using physical force, one Jackson County Chief Circuit Judge Thomas Wilson said was allowable. Wilson had seen the court recording of the hearing, but there is no review process for such incidents, he said.
When McBain’s court officer went to take Larson into custody, he resisted. McBain said he was “hand fighting” the officer, Jared Schultz, then a deputized law clerk. Larson would not cooperate, tensed up and made a fist as though he was trying to fight, said Schultz, now working for the state Court of Appeals. There were no other officers or any sheriff’s deputies in the courtroom – they are not typically present unless there is a jailed person in court – and McBain said he assisted in getting control of Larson’s hands, arms and elbows.
Schultz, a former police officer, said he was fortunate to have the judge as backup.
Judge orders Philly DA’s Office to charge Amtrak engineer Bostian
At times, the argument grew so heated that the two talked over each other, making their comments nearly unintelligible, as Karen Padilla stood nearby with her 3-week-old daughter strapped on her chest in a carrier. Padilla, 25, was arrested in June when Chicago police pulled her over for a traffic violation and found she had a warrant for her arrest dating to February for allegedly violating probation and then failing to show up for court.
At a hearing in June in the Leighton Criminal Court Building, Ford ordered Padilla, then more than seven months pregnant, held without bail until her next court date two months later.
The Christian County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office has been removed from handling a murder case after a judge found that Commonwealth’s Attorney Lynn Pryor had a conflict of interest from previously dating the lead detective. Pryor, who took over as top county prosecutor in January , and her entire office are now off the murder case of Jarred Tabor Long due to Pryor’s
Unlike other conflict of interest rules, client con-sent cannot cure a disqualification that arises when a lawyer who will be a witness also wants to serve as an advocate before the tribunal. The advocate-witness rule is also one of the most confusing rules — both lawyers and courts often misconstrue it. Given the power of the rule and its confusing language, many lawyers move to disqualify their adversaries based on a real or imagined advocate-witness conflict.
Even so, March was a surprise. Between March 15th and March 29th, four different courts in New York two state, two federal issued decisions on the advocate-witness rule. Lawyer as Witness a A lawyer shall not act as advocate before a tribunal in a matter in which the lawyer is likely to be a witness on a significant issue of fact unless: The disqualification of partners and associates pursuant to Rule 3. The leading case construing Rule 3. In Murray the Second Circuit explained the policies underlying the rule that forbids the same lawyer from serving simultaneously as both advocate and witness: We have identified four risks that Rule 3.
These concerns matter because, if they materialize, they could undermine the integrity of the judicial process.
Man attacked with chainsaw was dating suspect’s estranged wife, prosecutor says
Rosenberg , Staff Writer The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office has conceded that a judge resentencing “juvenile lifers” may impose a minimum sentence lower than the 35 years that the office has been offering in such cases. The possibility was raised Monday as the office agreed to move ahead with resentencing for Kempis Songster, 44, who is serving life without parole for a murder he committed in at age An openly frustrated U.
District Judge Timothy J. Savage – who ordered a new sentence for Songster four years ago, and again in August with a day deadline – said the office’s policy of offering all inmates the same deal for a new sentence was inconsistent with a U. Supreme Court ruling that put back into play about murder cases in Philadelphia involving juveniles.
· September 20, Screaming match ensues as Philly judge appoints defense attorney as ‘special prosecutor’ The controversy apparently stems from new DA’s office policy regarding timing of
Jaimes-Jimenez has been charged with attempted murder, aggravated battery and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon in connection with a chainsaw attack in Arlington Heights, police say. Jaimes-Jimenez, 27, waited outside his wife’s workplace in Arlington Heights on Monday, became enraged when he saw her leaving with her boyfriend and then rammed his car into the boyfriend’s before attacking him with a chainsaw, nearly severing his arm, prosecutors said during Jaimes-Jimenez’s initial court hearing in Cook County.
Jaimes-Jimenez argued with the man and told him they would talk later, McCarthy said. According to the prosecutor, Jaimes-Jimenez waited in the parking lot of his wife’s workplace with his hood up and, when he saw his wife and her boyfriend get into the boyfriend’s car, Jaimes-Jimenez rammed that car with his. The boyfriend exited his car and ran toward the building as Jaimes-Jimenez chased him with the chainsaw, McCarthy said.
When the boyfriend stumbled and fell, Jaimes-Jimenez sliced his left arm with the chainsaw, severing the bones in the forearm and leaving it hanging just by skin and a tendon, McCarthy said. Police said the victim also suffered cuts to his torso, right hand and elbow.
Man attacked with chainsaw was dating suspect’s estranged wife, prosecutor says
Judge David Navarro ordered Dathey held without bond on four counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault. The rapes occurred years apart, Ramirez said, with the first victim, an year-old student, who was returning to her dormitory from the bar in the early morning hours of Sept. The victim was having trouble walking, and Dathey led her to a bench and began kissing her and put his hand down her pants, Ramirez said.
· LAS VEGAS (AP) — A former prosecutor in Las Vegas was pronounced dead hours after a judicial discipline commission ruled her judge boyfriend committed misconduct by
David Keegan Riotto Haigh has been jailed on Rikers Island since being charged with the fatal stabbing. David Keegan Riotto Haigh, 42, has been jailed on Rikers Island for six months since being charged with stabbing James Johnson to death inside a fourth-floor apartment at the Ingersoll Houses. Andrykovitz said bail is justified because Haigh has never veered from his story that he acted in self-defense, telling investigators in a minute videotaped statement soon after the slaying that he felt threatened after Johnson demanded sex.
He texted a friend twice at 5: Unbeknownst to Haigh, his online lover was under investigation by the NYPD for criminal sex act charges stemming from a similar attack on a year-old man inside the fourth-floor apartment nine days earlier, according to court documents. Assistant District Attorney Timothy Gough conceded that Haigh did claim self-defense in a taped statement and was also injured during the attack. James Johnson, 41, killed on April 9, via Facebook Johnson was stabbed 18 times and had 21 lacerations, the prosecutor said.
Judge, top prosecutor engage in shouting match over jailing of pregnant woman
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· Judge Mauricio Araujo, a criminal court judge in Cook County, Ill., has been reassigned to administrative duties after being accused of calling a female prosecutor a “bitch” and suggesting
Back in September, I told you about the lawsuit I filed against the City of Ann Arbor to reveal the name of the Muslim woman who falsely claimed a hate crime hoax was committed against her because of the election of Donald Trump. Now I urgently need your help to appeal the unlawful ruling of a liberal Ann Arbor judge who ruled to keep her identity a secret, as well as a good deal of her police report.
It turned out at least two of those alleged hate crimes never happened, and the women made up their stories, wasting hours of police time and resources investigating the matters. Although the original hate crime allegations made international news—portraying Trump supporters as violent, racist bigots against Islam, the news that the alleged hate crimes were fabricated, barely made a splash. While the Ann Arbor Police leased the name and full, unredacted police report for the non-Muslim hate crime hoaxer who was prosecuted , it refused to release the name of the Muslima hate crime hoaxer and gave me a heavily redacted police report.
I filed suit because Michigan law and several Michigan Court of Appeals cases hold that the name of the hate crime hoaxer should be released. So I must appeal, and appeals are expensive. This is a landmark case in the fight against sharia.
Judge’s ruling on district attorney means Jessica Chambers murder trial will proceed
Email Kimba Wood, the judge currently presiding over the Michael Cohen case, is one of the foremost jurists in the country. She also briefly trained as a Playboy bunny, nearly became President Bill Clinton’s attorney general, and has sentenced everyone from Wall Street heavies to Russian spies. Wood has sat on the U. President Ronald Reagan had nominated her for the post on the recommendation of then-Sen. In her confirmation hearings, the colorful D’Amato praised her “extraordinary background as a legal scholar” as well as her beauty.
Chairman, do not let the nominee’s appearance deceive you,” D’Amato said.
· A South Florida judge is out of a job after she was disbarred for lying about her relationship with a prosecutor during a death penalty case. Former Broward County Circuit Judge Ana Gardiner was
Reddit Flipboard Judge Kozinski warns that when any litigant, including Trump, insults a judge it only highlights the weakness of their position. In weighing the travel ban, Judge Kozinski says fellow judges should not hold elected officials like President Trump hostage to what they said while campaigning. Capital punishment should be by guillotine or firing squad, argues Kozinski, who says society sanitizes the brutality of the death penalty with lethal drugs.
Tonight, we talk with a prominent and controversial judge on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, Alex Kozinski, a conservative appointed by President Reagan. I think that litigants before the court should be very careful about insulting the people who make the decisions. Are you suggesting the president needs to be careful?
Teacher sent schoolgirl ‘naked picture of himself with smiley emoji covering genitals’
Her father was a mobile-home salesman, and her mother was a department-store model. Pirro has said that she knew she wanted to be an attorney from the age of six. She received her J.
· THE PROSECUTOR v. ‘ Pauline NYIRAMASUHUKO ‘·~ – And.. “”. ~-Arsene Shalom NTAHOBALI Judge Navanethem Pillay heard the Parties on the said original Motion on 20 February on the basis of supporting documents dating from the time when it
Prosecutor Soriano states that on Sunday, December 20, , at approximately 1: Responding officers met with bank employees who reported that an unknown male suspect approached a bank teller and handed the teller a note announcing the robbery. The suspect fled from the bank on foot with an undisclosed amount of money. A description of the suspect was broadcast to surrounding law enforcement agencies by the Somerset County Communications Center.
While the investigation was on-going another bank robbery was reported to have occurred in Green Brook Township. Responding officers met with bank employees who stated that a male suspect handed a bank teller a note demanding money and verbally instructed the teller on the denominations that he wanted. A physical description of the suspect as well as a description of the clothing he was wearing were provided to officers who quickly ascertained that the actor matched the same description as the previous TD Bank robbery in Bridgewater.
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While in court, he receives a call telling him his mother has died. As he leaves to fly to his hometown of Carlinville, it is revealed that Hank is going through a divorce due to his wife’s infidelity and custody battle for his young daughter. In Carlinville, Hank reunites with his older brother Glen Vincent D’Onofrio , owner of a tire shop, and his younger brother Dale Jeremy Strong , an autistic aspiring filmmaker who carries an old 8mm film camera everywhere he goes. Hank then stops by the small county courthouse, softly enters a courtroom, and sits in the back where he observes a case in progress.
Justice Oluremi Oguntoyinbo, sitting at the Federal High Court in Lagos, rejected the plea by the police prosecutor that the N50, be waived. The judge during the previous hearing awarded N50, cost against Anyigor after the defence counsel raised objection to the competence of a police officer, Godwin Omaka, to testify in the case. Shortly after Omaka entered into the witness box at the last hearing, the defence counsel complained that they could not find his name on the list of the witnesses which the prosecutor served on them as part of the proof of evidence.
Responding, the prosecutor, Anyigor, apologised, saying it was an oversight. But Justice Oguntoyinbo rejected the apology and awarded N50, cost against Anyigor, stressing that the fine must be paid before the next adjourned date. When the matter was called on Monday and Anyigor was asked by the judge why he had yet to pay the fine, he urged the judge to waive it. But Justice Oguntoyinbo said she could not grant any adjournment longer than seven days, noting that the case had already dragged.
There has to be an end to litigation; this matter must end.