#New Court

Mesa County Clerk Fights to Keep Her Job in New Court Filing

Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters, who is embroiled in an election security scandal, has denied wrongdoing and requested to remain in her role overseeing elections this fall. Her attorney said Peters was well within her legal right to share information about the county’s Dominion Voting Systems equipment with...
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DA urges criminal defendants to come to CJC to get a new date

Philadelphia’s legal community is urging criminal defendants to take advantage of a program being offered by the city’s court system to get their cases back on track. The First Judicial District’s Back on Track Initiative gives those accused of crimes the opportunity to self-report to the Criminal Justice Center at 13th and Filbert beginning Monday to find a new court date.
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Idle Wicklow Court House Brought To Book

Wicklow Fine Gael Minister Simon Harris TD has called upon the Courts Service to meaningfully engage with Wicklow County Council and the wider community in Wicklow Town regarding the future upkeep of Wicklow Town Court House. Minister Harris said: “I have been working with local community groups including the Wicklow...

Why Britney Spears & Sam Asghari Risk Court Dissolving Marriage If They Wed Before Conservatorship Ends

A family law attorney tells HollywoodLife why Britney Spears shouldn’t get married before her conservatorship ends. Britney Spears, 39, is now engaged to longtime boyfriend Sam Asghari, 27, but that doesn’t mean they should be getting married anytime soon. Family law attorney Sabrina Shaheen Cronin, who is the founder and managing partner of The Cronin Law Firm, JD, MBA, tells HollywoodLife that rushing to the alter could potentially change Britney’s conservatorship since “her private life has been heavily regulated.”

A-State Athletics Reveals New Court, Upgrades at First National Bank Arena

JONESBORO, Ark. (9/16/21) – First National Bank Arena, home of Arkansas State volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball, has a new court, Arkansas State Athletics revealed Thursday. The playing surface recently arrived and will see its first contest when volleyball plays South Alabama on October 1. In addition to the new surface, new digital scorer’s tables will enhance the gameday experience at Arkansas State.

2019-2021 Miss Sunnyside court finishes two-year year reign

With mixed feelings, Queen Abigael Marquez, princesses MacKenzie Evans and Kaydience Porter took their homecoming ride aboard their float themed “There Is No Place Like Home” Saturday, Sept. 11. It was the first time they were able to show off their float to the community, and they were met by...

Amanda Bynes’ Conservatorship Reveals New Details About Star’s Life

Amid news that Britney Spears’ conservatorship could be winding down, new details about child star Amanda Bynes’ conservatorship have emerged. Bynes has been under a conservatorship since 2013 and that arrangement has been expanded by a judge after reviewing the case. Bynes has largely been out of the spotlight in the year since she announced an engagement as well as a pregnancy, and these new court documents have shed light on how both of those announcements have panned out.

Amanda Bynes Update: Court Makes Major Moves Concerning Her Conservatorship

Amanda Bynes will remain under a legal conservatorship until January 2023 following a stint in a psychiatric facility, according to new legal documents obtained Monday by The Blast. The She's the Man actress, 35, will remain under the supervision of the courts and her doctors after the judge in her case read a sealed report filed by her legal team, making the decision to extend her conservatorship.

New Town Prosecutor Appointed

Brock Campbell is new Wesson Court Prosecutor. Mayor Alton Shaw presented Campbell's resume to the town's Board of Aldermen, who approved the hiring of the new Court Prosecutor at $500 per month at their July meeting. At the meeting, Aldermen also re-appointed. Mayor Pro Tempore Billy Ellison. City Clerk/Court Clerk...

Former Lee County District Attorney seeks to avoid jail time in new court filing

LEE COUNTY, Ala. (WRBL) – Former Lee County District Attorney Brandon Hughes and his attorneys are trying to keep him from serving his ten-month prison sentence behind bars. Instead, Hughes is requesting an assignment to a community corrections program. Prosecutors with the Alabama Attorney General’s Office are opposing the request saying a community corrections program is no more than probation and does not fit the crimes committed by Lee County’s former top prosecutor.
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Augusta County moving on from effort to locate new courthouse in Staunton

News, press releases, letters to the editor: The Augusta County Board of Supervisors seems to feel that it has been backed into a corner with regard to the ongoing saga involving the Augusta County Courthouse. According to a statement from the board released Tuesday, the county is now under...