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BOYLE DISTRICT COURT Cases handled recently in Boyle District Court, listed by name, charge, fine and jail sentence, where applicable, include the following. Court costs also were assessed in most cases. Ages and addresses are listed if available....
BOYLE DISTRICT COURT Cases handled recently in Boyle District Court, listed by name, charge, fine and jail sentence, where applicable, include the following. Court costs also were assessed in most cases. Ages and addresses are listed if available. Judge...
BOYLE DISTRICT COURT Judge Jeff Dotson presiding Brian O. Alcorn, 29, 116 Lisa Ave., driving under the influence of intoxicants, $350, license suspended 120 days; driving with suspended license, $100, 30 days; disregarding stop sign, dismissed; four...
The Clark County Fiscal Court again discussed pay raises for employees at the county road department, but took no action. Clark County Judge-Executive Henry Branham told Fiscal Court members he wants the best employees to do important county jobs, and...
BOYLE DISTRICT COURT Judge Jeff Dotson presiding Ralph T. Brock, Lebanon, theft by deception less than $500, 20 days; contempt of court, five days, consecutively, probated one year. Derek M. Jones, 19, Stanford, driving without a license, dismissed;...
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has devoted decades to giving meaning to the Constitution's promise of equality for all before the law. Now, as the court heads into the final two weeks of this year's term, the justices may be about to close one...
At his confirmation hearings for the position of chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, John G. Roberts Jr. parried skeptics with a reassuring metaphor: "Judges are like umpires," he testified. "Umpires don't make the rules, they apply them. The role of...
— The U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way Monday for police around the country to take DNA samples from people arrested for serious crimes, a major step toward expanding a national database that will match new suspects to evidence from old crime...
WASHINGTON — A newly published court order has confirmed what key members of Congress said they had known for years — that the government had routine access to the dialing records for hundreds of millions of phone calls in the United States....
The Supreme Court's decision today to uphold Maryland's law allowing the collection of DNA samples from people arrested for serious crimes upholds the interests of justice, the Constitution and common sense. Concerns that the DNA samples could violate...
The Baltimore SunA divided U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that police in Maryland and elsewhere can continue the warrantless collection of DNA from people arrested — but not convicted — of serious crimes. The 5-4 decision upheld a state law that allows...
WASHINGTON -- The police may take a DNA sample from people arrested for serious crimes, the Supreme Court ruled Monday in a major victory for law enforcement and crime victims. The 5-4 decision is likely to make the taking of DNA samples as common as...
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