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York, NEYork News-Times

From the Permanent Record

• Third degree domestic assault – Jaycey X. Adams, York, ordered to 12 months probation. • Attempt of a Class 1 misdemeanor – James Neely, Bradshaw, sentenced to 10 days jail, given credit for one day already served. • Driving under the influence, second offense – Dana J. Sweeney, York,...
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Monticello, NYMid-Hudson News Network

Monticello man sentenced for illegal gun possession

MONTICELLO – A Monticello man was sentenced in Sullivan County Court on Thursday to the maximum sentenced allowable by law – 2 1/3 to seven years in state prison for illegally possessing an unloaded firearm in Monticello last year. Daniel Ridley, 35, was convicted by a jury of possessing a...
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Bexar County, TXexpressnews.com

Editorial: Survivors of family violence need a better justice system

The unrelenting backlog of thousands of family violence cases at the Bexar County Courthouse isn’t just another symbol of growing violence in homes — it’s a sign that our justice system isn’t working. Hopefully that will change. A resolution approved at Bexar County Commissioners Court meeting on July 13 focuses...
Mclennan County, TXWacoTrib.com

Most McLennan County courts would move, some to former jail, under long-range courthouse space plan

It is no secret McLennan County steadily has been outgrowing its stately, 119-year-old courthouse. Over the years, county officials have used Band-Aids and bailing wire for temporary fixes to long-term space problems at the McLennan County Courthouse and courthouse annex. But now, with the “good problem” of having to find space for two new courts created this year by the Texas Legislature, county commissioners are looking to spend some major bucks for more long-range solutions. A former downtown jail next to the courthouse will play prominently in the shuffle.
Northumberland County, PAnewsitem.com

County Court: Sentencings

SUNBURY — The following defendants were sentenced in Northumberland County Court of Common of Pleas:. • Cody Martin, 27, of Milton, two years’ probation, $100 fine plus costs for simple assault.
Public Safetytomball.com

Suspect Who Shot Victim With Gel Ball Gun Arrested

Suspect Who Shot Victim With Gel Ball Gun Arrested. On July 28, 2021, deputies with Constable Mark Herman's Office responded to an assault call in the 19300 block of Kuykendahl Road. Upon arriving, the victim stated he was traveling in the 6500 block of 2920 Road when an unknown black...
Salamanca, NYSalamanca Press

Marsh sentenced to 18 years in prison in 2020 death of Chad Skoken

LITTLE VALLEY — A 31-year-old Salamanca man convicted of first-degree assault in the strangulation death of Chad Skoken in 2020 was sentenced to 18 years in state prison in Cattaraugus County Court on Monday. Derrick C. Marsh, of Waite Avenue, Salamanca, was also sentenced by County Court Judge Ronald Ploetz...
Fairbury, NEfairburyjournalnews.com

Convicted Felon Charged With Possession Of Deadly Weapon

Michael L. Keylon, 57, of Fairbury appeared in County Court on Wednesday, July 28, 2021, via video conferencing from the Jefferson County Law Enforcement Center. Linda Bauer was the presiding judge. As of press time, there were no charges on file. Keylon was arrested for possession of a deadly weapon...
Real EstateWeatherford Democrat

NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTIC...

NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST THE ESTATE OF GLENN C. SUMMERS, DECEASED:. Notice is hereby given that original Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of GLENN C. SUMMERS, Deceased, were issued to BRADLEY DEAN SUMMERS on the 8th day of July 2021, in Cause No. P09535, County Court, Palo Pinto County, Texas, which is still pending, and that BRADLEY DEAN SUMMERS now holds such Letters. All persons having claims against said estate are required to present the same within the time prescribed by law. Claims should be billed to BRADLEY DEAN SUMMERS, Independent Executor, at the offices of Bourland, Wall and Wenzel, P.C., 301 Commerce Street, Suite 1500, Fort Worth, Texas 76102, care of Lisa H. Jamieson.
Hohenwald, TNlewisherald.com

Glimpses of Hohenwald's Past

The main headline for the week was “1951 Lewis County Fair Four Weeks Away, Catalogues Out Saturday.”. The Hohenwald General Shoe factory re-opened following a two-week shutdown. James Harbin completed his basic airmen indoctrination course at Lackland Air Force Base. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Allison and children returned to Hohenwald...
Chester County, PAchestercounty.com

Plea deal expected in Lisa Moore trial

The much anticipated trial of former Kennett Township Manager Lisa Moore – one that would have attempted to explain in further detail her alleged theft of more than $3.2 million of the township’s money over an eight-year span -- will very likely never happen. On July 19, Moore’s attorney Julia...
Harris County, TXoffthekuff.com

John Manlove

There will be plenty of crucial races in Harris County in 2022. Because of the Democratic sweep in 2018, all of the countywide offices are held by Dems, meaning this is the first non-Presidential year in which Democrats will be running for re-election. That also includes two of the three Democratic members of Commissioners Court, which obviously has played a huge role in Harris County politics these past two-plus years.
Guadalupe County, TXseguintoday.com

County Court at Law Judge call charges against him “baseless”

(Seguin) — Guadalupe County Court at Law Judge Bill Squires is speaking out this week. Squires issued a statement on Monday formally addressing the public about his recent arrest on child injury charges in San Marcos. The judge did not answer questions on the record, because he says there are limits to what he can say at this time, but he did share a prepared statement during a meeting with KWED Radio and the Seguin Daily News.
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