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It is not enough for the State to show that the juvenile habitually missed school. Justifications do not act as affirmative defenses that students can raise in response to the State’s proof.
All told, Andrew Carnegie spent almost $42 million between 1883 and 1917 to build 1,689 libraries throughout the United States, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. He financed nearly another 1,000 overseas.
As the SCOV explains, plaintiff consented to medical treatment, but not a nonmedical blood draw for evidentiary purposes.
Friday, May 24 was Lenny Waltrip Day at Silver Lake in Leicester, but it came as a surprise to him.
Posted in Arts & Culture, Life in Vermont | Tagged Green Mountain National Forest, Lake Dunmore, Lennie Waltrip, Moosamaloo National Recreation Area, William J. Powers Jr., “Silver Lake: Beyond the Myths"
Comcast argues that its VoIP service is an information service and thus any Vermont regulation is preempted by federal law and Vermont is preempted.
J. Parker Huber’s life is woven of several rich strands: his Quaker faith, his love of nature and literature, and his network of friends.
The father argued that the child’s derivative benefit, which Social Security paid to mother, should be credited as income coming from him and should count as a credit to him when calculating the parties’ child support obligations.
A picture emerges in “Free and Safe” of Vermont as a place where former slaves could live openly, finding the right combination of farm employment and relative security from recapture.
Essentially, this is a case about filing-petitions-for-candidate deadlines — but more specifically, it’s about the constitutionality of Vermont’s deadlines.