This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Fears” by Megan Smith, of Hanover, New Hampshire.
A woman who gets a license suspension for DUI contends that the State must submit the “ticket” from the breath test as scientific evidence for her conviction, but the trial court says the police affidavit with the .0158 BAC is sufficient.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “The Flower Thief” by Hannah Freedner of Vergennes.
After successfully getting a DUI 1 and a DUI 2 sealed on the grounds that the convictions occurred before he turned 21, a man seeks to have his DUI 3, a felony, renumbered to a DUI 1.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Wired” by Madeline Evans, of Burlington.
When a lawyer fails to file her state income tax return, the Office of Disciplinary Counsel alleges that the failure to file was a violation of the Vermont Rules of Professional Conduct.
When a father who is in jail awaiting trial has his parental rights terminated, he appeals.
Amelia Canney, 14, of Milton, an eighth grade student at Saint Francis Xavier School in Winooski, writes about the bravery of a bullied boy who stands before an auditorium of his classmates and reads a poem that astonishes them. The Little Bird By Amelia Canney He shuffled across the stage to the mic. He could […]
Editor’s note: This is the full text of Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger’s State of the City Address delivered on April 4, 2016. “Good evening and welcome to our wonderful, historic City Hall for our traditional night of reflection, assessment, and democratic renewal. We are honored to be joined here tonight by our outstanding Congressman Peter […]
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Tasting Alive” by Erin Lashway, a student at Mount Mansfield Union High School.
The police don’t get to expand an ordinary traffic stop to pursue an unrelated criminal investigation.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “It’s What I Left Behind” by Erin Zubarik, a student at Champlain Valley Union High School.
This opinion is a result of the intersection of the two things that drive a huge percentage of Vermont jurisprudence: poorly drafted land use documents and neighbors who don’t like each other.