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Kathleen Folbigg pardoned after 20 years in jail over killing her four children

Twenty years after she was imprisoned for killing her four children, Kathleen Folbigg has been pardoned and released from jail. Key points: Kathleen Folbigg was notified of her release on Monday morning She will stay with childhood friend and advocate Tracy Chapman Ms Folbigg has always denied killing her four children NSW Attorney-General Michael Daley […]

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Idaho murder suspect seeks court stay for grand jury records

Attorneys for Moscow homicide defendant Bryan Kohberger seek to pause his court proceedings while they await delivery of contested records from last month’s grand jury indictment that pushed the closely watched case to a trial scheduled for October. [–> Kohberger’s defense team may consider challenging the indictment of their client by the confidential panel, which

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Attorney to stand trial in embezzlement from Carhartt leader’s trust

A Grosse Pointe Farms lawyer accused of embezzling several million dollars from the trust of late Carhartt leader Gretchen Valade will stand trial in Wayne County Circuit Court, a judge ruled Monday, just before the attorney was also charged with stealing from the trust of a Grosse Pointe Farms school. David Sutherland, 58, was bound

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Marjorie Taylor Greene moves to impeach FBI director, US attorney for DC

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) said on Tuesday that she will move to introduce articles of impeachment against FBI Director Christopher Wray and Matthew Graves, the US attorney for the District of Columbia. Greene alleged in a release that Wray has turned the FBI into President Biden and Attorney General Merrick Garland’s “personal police force.”

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Federal lawyers set to explain legal rationale for government use of Emergencies Act

Lawyers for the federal attorney general are set to elaborate today on the legal rationale for the historic use of the Emergencies Act to dispel “Freedom Convoy” protesters early last year. The lawyers plan to spell out reasons the Federal Court should dismiss arguments from several groups and individuals who reject the Liberal government’s invocation

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More funds head to Minn. attorney general, public defender

st. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Millions of extra dollars are working their way through the Minnesota Legislature to both beef up the ability of Attorney General Keith Ellison’s office to prosecute violent crime and the state’s public defender system to relieve the staffing shortages that nearly led to a last strike year. Ellison assembled the

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Texas attorney shot by Cheney during 2006 hunting trip dies | News, Sports, Jobs

FILE – Austin, Texas, attorney Harry Whittington steps out to talk with members of the media, Feb. 17, 2006, in front of Christus Spohn Corpus Christi Hospital-Memorial. Whittington, the man who then-Vice President Dick Cheney accidentally shot while they were hunting quail on a Texas ranch 17 years earlier, died Saturday, Feb.

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