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NEWPORT CITY — A local attorney believes a ventilation report from August is reason enough to resume trials in Orleans County, and he’s hoping a judge agrees.
A West Pawlet man, who recently moved to Alaska, has pleaded not guilty in federal court in Anchorage to 6 felony charges that he made long-distance death threats and stalked a bunch of Vermonters.
NEWPORT CITY — A judge in Orleans County rejected a defense lawyer’s effort to question decision-makers in the judiciary, including Vermont’s chief judge, about COVID safety measures inside the courts.
The former criminal defendants in a fatal carbon monoxide poisoning case are asking a judge to delay the two civil lawsuits against them, arguing that the state could still re-file criminal charges and anything they say in the civil case could hurt them in a possible future criminal case.
The U.S. Constitution is celebrated annually in September, and a local attorney believes the nation’s founding document is not getting its due consideration locally when it comes to citizens awaiting trial.
A jury trial actually happened in Caledonia Superior Court this week.
A day before he was scheduled to begin serving 60 days in county jail, ex-state Sen. Jeff Woodburn filed a notice of appeal seeking to overturn his domestic violence conviction.
“It’s like crack,” said Murray of his fishing hobby after being confronted by two undercover state game wardens, according to court documents.