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We’ll blow up the houses of Lagos probate judges – MEND (NIGERIA)

The Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND), has threatened that it will begin a series of co-ordinated attacks and bombings of the houses and vehicles of Judges in the probate section of the Lagos High Court. The group stated that the planned attacks is necessary going by the continued failure of Judges Keep Reading…

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Retirement, re-election simultaneously on tap for Travis County probate judge (TX)

This week marked the start of Travis County Probate Judge Guy Herman’s self-prescribed “sabbatical” after county commissioners earlier in the month accepted the 65-year-old judge’s resignation, a resignation offered so that he could take the remainder of the year off before starting his eighth term. The potential complications this have-your-cake-and-eat-it-too move brings, however, reveals an Keep Reading…

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Kathie Cash reaches tentative settlement of lawsuit against Lee County and Probate Judge John Wheaton (NY)

LEESBURG — An apparent settlement has been reached in the wrongful termination suit brought by former Lee County Associate Probate Judge Kathie Cash against the county and Probate Court Judge John Wheaton, according to an email between county officials. In a lawsuit filed in Lee County Superior Court in July of 2013, Cash claimed that Keep Reading…

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Retired judge to investigate police officer’s $2.7M inheritance (NH)

PORTSMOUTH — Retired Judge Stephen Roberts was selected by the city’s Police Commission on Thursday to lead an investigation into a police officer’s disputed $2.7 million inheritance. The investigation involves a 2012 will and trust for the late Geraldine Webber, who left police Sgt. Aaron Goodwin the majority of her estate including her riverfront home, Keep Reading…

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In retaliation for a downtown protest, Cook County Public Guardians Office evicts senior citizen, sets family’s belongings on the curb (IL)

Calumet Park, IL—(ENEWSPF)—August 26, 2014. As employees with the Cook County Public Guardian’s office remove Mildred Willis’ belongings from her Calumet Park home, her neighbors and supporters from across the city are currently rallying to keep the Willis family in their home. These efforts to stop the Willis family’s eviction come one week after they Keep Reading…

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