Compensatory maintenance isn’t spelled out in our statutes, but does end up happening in permanent maintenance situations. It’s appropriate where the working spouse continues to get the benefit of the other spouse even after the marriage ends.
Editor’s note: This story is by freelance reporter Anna Merriman. Homicide victim Cindy Cook’s boyfriend drove her missing car and used her debit card two days after Cook’s body was found in an embankment in Middlesex earlier this week, police said in a statement Saturday. Vermont State Police are looking for boyfriend Randal Gebo, 61 […]
A mother convicted of custodial interference was released on probation with the condition she wear an electronic monitoring device. When her probation officer notices the device was frequently disconnected, the woman claimed the charging unit interfered with her phone and she had to unplug it.
Police identified the woman as Cindy Cook, 59, of Barre. She was last heard from July 3, they said.
If a person is tried for DUI when they have a prior DUI conviction, the jury cannot know about the prior conviction until after they reach a verdict. Then the State must prove the first conviction before a stepped-up penalty can be imposed.
The nation’s largest solar energy installer says it filed required documents with the state of Vermont by email. State officials say they’ve received no such emails.
Dr. Steven Leach, a surgical oncologist, comes to Norris Cotton from the David M. Rubenstein Center for Pancreatic Cancer Research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York.
A defendant argues that his sentences from New York and federal courts are concurrent and his arrest in Vermont as a fugitive was unwarranted.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “That Song Sounds Like Blueberries” by Ben Stoll, 17, of Georgia, Vermont.
In deciding whether or not to uphold a defendant’s convictions, the Supreme Court considers whether his convictions violate the Ex Post Facto Clause of the U.S. Constitution.
As the legendary singer-songwriter returns for a concert in Shelburne, a writer recalls the time decades ago when she led a car chase with him and supplied a remedy for his sore throat.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Her” by senior Eva Rawlings of South Burlington.
This case focuses around whether one slip-up during a juvenile case is enough to make you lose your rights to your kids. It’s not, usually.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Dear Dad” by Elizabeth Hardt, 17, of Canaan, New Hampshire.