SCOV Law Blog: Commingling funds

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During a random audit, it was discovered that respondent had an envelope of checks she hadn’t cashed — almost $125K in all.

YWP: Sunken Ship

Grace Lu just completed eighth grade at Albert D. Lawton Intermediate School in Essex Junction. Courtesy photo

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is a song, “Sunken Ship,” by Grace Lu, who just completed eighth grade at Albert D. Lawton Intermediate School in Essex Junction.

YWP: Unjust

Rory Belle Carrara was in eighth grade at Christ the King School in Rutland this past school year.  Courtesy photo

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Unjust” by Rory Belle Carrara, who was an eighth-grader at Christ the King School in Rutland.

SCOV Law Blog: The question of bail

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When there’s no constitutional right to bail and the State has a plausible case, the presumption is that the defendant will be held rather than released.

YWP: Wherever You Are

Ella Staats is a freshman at Burlington High School. Courtesy photo

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Wherever You Are” by Ella Staats, a freshman at Burlington High School.

SCOV Law Blog: Double trouble jeopardy

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A jury convicts defendant for sexual assault and sexual assault of a vulnerable adult based on a single incident. Is that double jeopardy?

News & Brews: Join us in Bennington this Thursday

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Join the staff of VTDigger, the Bennington Banner, and the Manchester Journal for an evening of conversation about news and issues affecting your community.

YWP: All or Nothing

Katie Matthews

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “All or Nothing” by Katie Matthews, a senior at Colchester High School.

SCOV Law Blog: Timeliness troubles

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Members of the New England Police Benevolent Association, who are covered by a collective-bargaining agreement under the VSEA, wanted somebody else to represent their interests in the collective-bargaining process so they filed a petition, but not during the correct timeframe.

Text of Gov. Peter Shumlin’s announcement

Peter Shumlin

“I decided to make this decision now because I want these next 18 months in office to be focused entirely on continuing the work we started together.”

YWP: About My Shoes

Henry Lang is a sophomore at Hanover (N.H.) High School. Courtesy photo

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “About My Shoes” by Henry Lang, a sophomore at Hanover (N.H.) High School.

SCOV Law Blog: Risks and priorities

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Ambassador Insurance Co. specialized in surplus-line insurance, and insured high risk entities, like asbestos companies, and others that couldn’t otherwise get insurance. When it went out of business, claims deadline issues arose.

Save the Date: Meet the Press June 18

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Join the staff of VTDigger, the Bennington Banner, and the Manchester Journal for an evening of conversation about news and issues affecting your community.

YWP: Little Blue Bird

Ada Case is an eighth-grader at Edmunds Middle School in Burlington. Courtesy photo

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Little Blue Bird” by Ada Case, an eighth-grader at Edmunds Middle School.

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