The prosecutor argued that the home where Peggy Shores would be released was too remote to properly monitor her. Shores’ lawyer said he’s already filed for a different location.
“Since the outset of this case, Quiros has not assisted and is not currently assisting the receiver … in building any case against third parties,” according to court filings.
“Having the judge constantly having to pay attention to whether someone is popping up with a cellphone … is just going to make it much harder to manage the courtroom,” says retired Justice John Dooley.
Cynthia Diaz, the former town clerk, had deposited the money in a personal account.
“We’re talking about this because we thought we passed a law saying you can’t do it,” said Sen. Dick Sears, vice chair of the Justice Oversight Committee.
According to court documents filed by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, violations committed by Garza “relate to his sale of investment contracts to more than 10,000 investors.”
“Because law enforcement did not scrupulously honor Mr. Oddo’s invocation of his right to counsel, all of his statements must be suppressed,” said Steven Barth, lawyer for Wayne Oddo.
BURLINGTON — City officials say they discovered racist and anti-semitic graffiti, involving a swastika and epithet, in the bathroom at the Fletcher Free Library. The graffiti has since been painted over and library staff are working with the Burlington Police Department on the police investigation into the graffiti, according to a news release. “As library […]
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.
VTDigger’s Morgan True and Seven Days’ Mark Davis take us behind the scenes at the sex assault trial of former state Sen. Norm McAllister.
Prosecutors said William O’Brien removed $250,000 to $550,000 from the accounts of trusts and estates he handled. He pleaded guilty to mail fraud for providing false financial reports.
Head of School William Bugg told the community the reports of sexual misconduct were brought forward by “several” female students and that they involve one male student.
Randal Gebo had been driving the car belonging to victim Cindy Cook, of Barre, and using her credit cards, according to police. Her body was found in Middlesex last week.
The plaintiffs’ lawyer said Leo Reynolds had spent down a significant share of his assets on the criminal case, making a civil judgment not worth pursuing.