“I so loved working on (the DUI Treatment court in Windsor) because it was the only real chance I’d had in my career as a judge to work with people on such an intimate level,” she says.
Vermont Supreme Court
Hinesburg residents appealed a decision that allowed Vermont Gas Systems to use the power of eminent domain to build a pipeline under a town park. The work is just weeks from completion.
An appeal questions whether the State is exempt from a six-year limitation for claims arising from damages to state waters due to groundwater contamination from gasoline additives.
The governor chose Vermont Superior Court Judge Karen Russell Carroll to fill the seat that will be vacated by Justice John Dooley at the end of the month.
The Legislature is being asked to decide whether any potential risk to the water supply outweighs the values represented by access to state waters.
A woman who is stopped by a Richmond police officer appeals her DWI conviction on the grounds that the officer did not have a reasonable basis to pull her over, and that the evidence against her should have been suppressed.
The state Supreme Court will test the idea during its annual session at Vermont Law School, a move that could set the stage for regular live-streaming.
Vermont has a specific section of the bail statutes specifically for life-imprisonment situations.
It passed a bill that’s expected to help. And Senate President Tim Ashe says he has asked the Human Services Agency for a plan to do more.
News Release — Vermont Law School Feb.27, 2017 Contact: Maryellen Apelquist, Director of Communications, Vermont Law School office: 802-831-1228, cell: 802-299-5593, [email protected] SOUTH ROYALTON, Vt., Feb. 27, 2017––The Vermont Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in six cases during the high court’s annual session at Vermont Law School on Wednesday, March 8, in Oakes Hall […]
The lower court found that the patient was not competent to refuse medication and his aversion to the medication was a result of schizophrenia.
The House Commerce and Economic Development Committee is considering changes to labor laws in light of Great Northern Construction Inc. v. Department of Labor.
The judge ultimately allowed the deal although it didn’t call for probationary supervision for Lamar Scales, who pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.
Twenty years after the case that led to a new finance system, the fundamental commitment to equity is being debated as taxpayers look for relief and the governor envisions changes.