McAllister, “under the intense pressure of a plea negotiation taking place in the waning hours” before trial, may not have fully understood the ramifications. A trial will now be scheduled.
News Release — Franklin Grand Isle Workforce Investment Board March 8, 2017 Contact: Kathy Lavoie – FGIWIB 802-782-1924 or [email protected] Showcasing exciting employment opportunities in Northwest Vermont St. Albans, VT – The 19th annual Franklin Region Career and Job Expo is scheduled for Thursday, March 30, from noon – 3pm at the Collins Perley Sports […]
News Release — Agency of Commerce and Community Development Feb. 13, 2017 Contact: Jared Duval, Economic Development Director and VT NBRC Program Manager Agency of Commerce and Community Development (802) 272-2461; [email protected] Four Information Sessions Announced MONTPELIER, Vt. – The Northern Border Regional Commission (NBRC), a federal-state partnership for economic and infrastructure development, has announced […]
If McAllister is allowed to withdraw his plea, he will once again face the more serious charge of sexual assault, which carries a possible life sentence.
Channel 5 also says the ex-state senator talked about possibly firing his legal team. He pleaded no contest to three charges Tuesday, just before his second sexual assault trial.
The former state senator agreed to plead no contest to two counts of prohibited acts and one count of lewd and lascivious conduct.
The defense will challenge the credibility of his accuser, according to court filings, as his attorneys did in an earlier trial that ended with those charges dropped.
Ethan Gratton is being held without bail. Attorneys said he acted in self-defense after a fight with two men who were using his family’s driveway to turn around.
Lawmakers look to tackle job growth and the budget when the session starts in Montpelier.
Some who live near the site in Swanton say the structures will devalue their property and diminish their quality of life, while others express no worries.
News Release — Denise Smith Sept. 28, 2016 Contact: Denise Smith State Senate Candidate Franklin County and Alburgh [email protected] www.smithforsenatevt.com 802-393-4730 As the newbie on the block running for State Senate for Franklin County and Alburgh, I thought I would share some of my reasons for why I am choosing to do this at this […]
Police identified the officer and the victim in the fatal Winooski shooting. Jesse Beshaw was shot six times in the torso and head.
A Burlington man has been sentenced to 25 months in prison after pleading guilty in federal court to possessing a firearm after being convicted of a felony. Before he was sentenced this week, Mark Caron, 53, had six previous felony convictions, three of which were violations of abuse prevention orders from state court. The federal […]
News Release — Denise Smith for Senate Campaign Aug. 19, 2016 Contact: Linday Hunn Denise Smith for Senate Campaign Manager [email protected] St. Albans – First time Franklin senate candidate, Denise Smith, has announced the release of a substantial list of initial endorsements for her run for senate. The Franklin senate district includes all of Franklin […]