John the Baptist Church, was hired by Heap in January 2017 to head the End Gun Violence program as it attempted to reach those on parole and probation. The post was created by Heap under an agreement between city and county officials and the End Gun Violence Reduction Partnership to expand assistance and head off violent crimes. The resignation followed Lee’s arrest for DUI and failure to yield at 2:30 a.m. on March 2 after he was found stopped in the middle of McDonough Street, Savannah-Chatham police reported. An internal Investigation...Read more
Right now, 182 people locked up in Nebraska's prisons have the official label of habitual criminal. It’s three percent of the inmate population. "Prosecutors have one job, and we have another. And ours is looming in 2020,” said Senator Patty Pansing Brooks of Lincoln. Senator Brooks wants to cut back on the felonies that qualify for habitual criminal as a way to reduce the prison population. The criminal defense attorneys association supports it. "Please end this abuse of the criminal justice system. Those convicted on non-violent felonies can still receive plenty of...Read more
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It can sometimes seem frustrating when searching for a good lawyer. After all, there are a lot of attorneys out there so you have to be careful and trust the right one. Fortunately, this article will help your search for the perfect lawyer a lot easier.
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Brett Michael Kern, 32, of Bangor, was sentenced to serve 90 days in prison on a driving under suspension DUI related charge and six months probation on a DUI charge. He must pay fines totaling $1,300. The probation term is consecutive to the suspension sentence. He will serve the jail time on consecutive weekends beginning at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 30. He arrested on March 5 by Franklin Township police along Fairyland Road. A test revealed a 0.22 BAC. Jennifer Rene Rufe, 29, of Effort, was sentenced to serve five days to six months in prison, a fine of $1,500 and one-year license suspension. She was...Read more
Haslam, Arnold pointed out that Jaco was found to have a blood alcohol level nearly twice the legal limit. "I was surprised that he was still in the Tennessee National Guard and still at his rank, Arnold said. A veteran of the U.S. Army himself, Arnold said he has seen what happens to members of the Army if theyre convicted of Jacos same crimes. "(Army members) lost their military position in the active duty military as a result of that kind of charge. So I was a bit surprised, Arnold said. What remains to be seen is if an Army enlistment program, obtained by the I-Team, explains why Jaco still...Read more