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At a protest rally in May, just steps away from where he presides over family court, Grendell proclaimed that public health restrictions to contain the pandemic were unconstitutional and “we should be allowed to get back to our lives.”
THE FAMILY COURT JUDGE WHO THREATENED A MOTHER WITH CONTEMPT OF COURT FOR GETTING HER CHILD A COVID-19 TESTBY MARSHALL ALLEN, PROPUBLICA, AND RACHEL DISSELL FOR PROPUBLICADECEMBER 18, 2020PROPUBLICA
He presided over a case high-profile hearing this summer involving a speedway fighting shutdown orders, which was live-streamed.
Patsy Thompson, a career officer in the Army National Guard who was directed to preside over a military review board hearing in July 1991 that deliberated over whether Cammermeyer should be discharged on grounds of homosexuality.
Over 23 years he rose from field correspondent to the face of Fox’s news operation, anchoring almost every major breaking story and at one point presiding over two daily news shows.
Pai also presided over the successful merger of Sprint and T-Mobile last year, frustrating critics who felt the agency should not have allowed the country’s third and fourth largest wireless providers to combine.
And your precious Josip Pekic, your expediter, has removed him from his position as supreme presider of agriculture in Bosnatia.
EXPEDITERDALLAS MCCORD REYNOLDS
Mars was the presider over gladiators, and was the god of all exercises, which have in them a manly or spirited character.

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