Cotswold Journal
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A FLAMBOYANT" Hereford woman seduced a 13-year-old boy more than 30 years younger than her into having a sexual relationship, a jury has been told.
Sky News
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from the jury. The prosecutors in Marco Contreras's case admitted they got it wrong. Another man has since been arrested. It takes a very big person, like our district attorney,.
BBC Parliament
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on the exiting the European Union and global trade? This house would like to know what the department has been doing jury in the last nine months. The Prime Minister.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Illegal tobacco was hidden behind fence panels outside a Beeston store - and was found when an investigator asked for cheap cigarettes. Shop assistant Rebwar Mustafa took the request and went to the rear of Alan's Newsagents on Queen's Road on October 14, a court heard. He returned with four packets of 20 cigarettes, all bearing the Mayfair name. He passed two to the customer and put the other two behind the counter.Read more: Son of Tony Fisher describes to jury moment he found his...
Lancashire Telegraph - Sport
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OUR fans' jury discuss whether they would start both Lucas Joao and Marvin Emnes in Rovers' two away games at Brighton and Reading.
Cotswold Journal
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A DRUG dealer from Hereford got high in the cells while he awaited the jury's verdict on a human trafficking trial.
Sky News
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the vast that has been unveiled of Cristiano Ronaldo at an airport that has been named after him. There is a plaque there and that bust made of bronze, looks like Cristiano Ronaldo apparently. The jury is out on that, and when I say out, I mean way out!.
West Briton
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Sky News
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team from a law school. Just two weeks ago in the same LA court room, they secured the release of Andrew Wilson, after he spent 32 years in prison for a murder he said he did not commit, and for which a judge ruled he had been wrongly convicted. Prosecutors were found to have withheld vital evidence from the jury
Sky News
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Wilson, after he spent 32 years in prison. For a murder he said he did not commit. And for which a judge ruled he had been wrongly convicted. Prosecutors were found to have withheld vital evidence from the jury. He prosecutors in.
Dover Express
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Dover Express
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Traffic is growing as one lane remains closed following an accident on the M25. A lorry and a car have been involved in a crash heading clockwise at junction 5 for the M23. Lane one is closed and there are long delays down the M26. Read more: A jury has found John Dickson guilty of murdering 20-year-old Ramsgate man Carl Gregory The incident was first reported at 5.20am and travel time is 40 minutes. Kent police and Highways England officers are at the scene.
Lancashire Telegraph - Sport
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Ashford Herald
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Police want to speak to this man after a robbery in Canterbury which left a man with a fractured skull.The robbery took place between Stour Street and Wincheap Roundabout between 2.40am and 4am on February 25. This CCTV image has been released as police believe this man may be able to help with their enquiries. Read more: A jury has found John Dickson guilty of murdering 20-year-old Ramsgate man Carl GregoryTwo men are reported to have assaulted another man and a wallet and a mobile phone was...
Liverpool Echo
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Liverpool Echo
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Global News
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The third day of the coroner's inquest into the death of Nadine Machiskinic wrapped up. The jury heard Machiskinic had a "cocktail" of drugs in her system that would not have been survivable by many.
Slate
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Vanity Fair
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“Any discussion of Quaaludes would only divert the jury away from its duty of weighing the evidence as to Ms. Constand, the only alleged victim.”
BBC News 24
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I think we should have a more diplomatic style. So how does our jury feel about triggering Article 50? We gave them emoji paddles. Happy, unhappy, or worried and confused. Please vote now
BBC News 24
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I need something to change. We briefed our Article 50 jury on what the negotiations are going to involve. What I am proposing cannot mean membership of the single market. How does our panel view the balance between controlling immigration and access to trade?.
Politico
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Kelly wipes away tears as she learned her future and dabbed her eyes with a tissue as she left the courtroom. “What occurred in September 2013 was an outrageous abuse of power,” Wigenton told a packed court room. “The fact there was no financial gain underscores the significance of power to create chaos at the drop of a hat.” She called it a “sad day for the state of New Jersey.” The two were convicted in November after a dramatic, six-week trial in which David Wildstein, a dark political operative who admitted masterminding the scheme, testified against them in hopes of reducing his own yet-to-be-determined punishment. A jury found Kelly and Baroni guilty on multiple counts of conspiracy, fraud and civil rights violations. All three attempted to implicate Christie when they took the witness stand last year, but the governor maintains he knew nothing about the plot, which was aimed at the Democratic mayor of Fort Lee who refused to endorse his 2013 re-election bid.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Illegal tobacco was hidden behind fence panels outside a Beeston store - and was found when an investigator asked for cheap cigarettes. Shop assistant Rebwar Mustafa took the request and went to the rear of Alan's Newsagents on Queen's Road on October 14, a court heard. He returned with four packets of 20 cigarettes, all bearing the Mayfair name. He passed two to the customer and put the other two behind the counter.Read more: Son of Tony Fisher describes to jury moment he found his...
Core77
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