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Stewart, who declined comment in the courtroom Wednesday, is an Air Force veteran, a designation which gave him an edge when seeking federal contracts, especially from the VA.
CONTRACTOR WHO WAS AWARDED $34.5 MILLION IN GOVERNMENT MONEY AND PROVIDED ZERO MASKS PLEADS GUILTY TO FRAUDBY J. DAVID MCSWANEFEBRUARY 3, 2021PROPUBLICA
The company recently worked a lot with local officials to install basic Internet infrastructure, for instance, like helping Brazilian cities create virtual courtrooms, he said.
WHY SMART-CITY TECH HAS LOST ITS BUZZJONATHAN VANIANJANUARY 26, 2021FORTUNE
To address the heart of the crisis, though, you have to look beyond a courtroom.
THE UNFINISHED BUSINESS OF FLINT’S WATER CRISISBY ANNA CLARKJANUARY 22, 2021PROPUBLICA
“Your mother is making an enormous leap of faith on your behalf, and you are the one person in this courtroom who can make sure your mother doesn’t have to choose between her love for you and her duty to this court,” Carlson told the defendant.
JUDGE CHIDES SUSPECTED PELOSI LAPTOP THIEF: ‘THE CONSTITUTION PREVAILS HERE TODAY’AMY WORDEN, MARISA IATIJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Roberts praised innovations in the lower courts involving the use of video, partitioning courtrooms to make those who had to come to court more safe and “drive-through” naturalization ceremonies in Florida and Michigan.
CHIEF JUSTICE ROBERTS, IN YEAR-END REPORT, THANKS JUDICIARY FOR PERFORMANCE DURING PANDEMICROBERT BARNESDECEMBER 31, 2020WASHINGTON POST
These people filled the courtroom every day of Norman’s week-long trial.
A SHOCKING 19TH-CENTURY CRIME REVEALS THE CONTINUED NEED FOR GENDER EQUALITYJULIE MILLERDECEMBER 27, 2020WASHINGTON POST
His trial at the Old Bailey was considered so sensitive that the judge ordered the courtroom vacated, the doors locked and the windows shuttered.
GEORGE BLAKE, NOTORIOUS COLD WAR DOUBLE AGENT WHO HELPED SOVIETS, DIES AT 98TAYLOR SHAPIRODECEMBER 26, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Probation officers and judges in other counties — and even other courtrooms — may offer teenagers multiple chances before ordering detention, or not use detention at all for some offenses.
JUDGES ARE LOCKING UP CHILDREN FOR NONCRIMINAL OFFENSES LIKE REPEATEDLY DISOBEYING THEIR PARENTS AND SKIPPING SCHOOLBY JODI S. COHEN AND DUAA ELDEIBDECEMBER 22, 2020PROPUBLICA
Prosecutors swing the firms into courtrooms, and their attorneys gamely pirouette around the harshest penalties.
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Stopping Agnew from becoming president overrode the need to seek justice in a courtroom for his abuses of power.
VICE PRESIDENT AGNEW’S MISDEEDS, AND THE CHALLENGES OF HOLDING HIM ACCOUNTABLEMATTHEW DALLEKDECEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST

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