STAFF BLOG REPUBLIC INSIDER Should RVers have to serve jury duty?
There's an interesting story in today's edition about lawyers in a murder case arguing over whether RVers with South Dakota addresses should be included in a jury pool. One of the lawyers made the poi... Posted on 4/8/10 at 6:38 AM
A Salem man has been found guilty of 22 counts of tax violations after claiming to follow the advice of the leader of an anti-tax organization.
A jury found Thomas Kelley, 53, guilty Friday of filing a false income tax return, impeding the Internal Revenue Service, two counts of tax evasion, three counts of willful failure to file tax returns and 15 counts of passing fictitious United States Treasury obligations, also known as private discharging and indemnity bonds, private offset bonds and bonded promissory notes.
A Reno, Nev., man who admitted to being a member of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club won’t be allowed to ride with the group for 30 months as part of his sentence for third-offense driving under the influence.
A 24-year-old Mitchell man has been arrested on two charges after he allegedly broke into a man’s home and punched him four times in the head.
Ian Trey Dantzler has been charged with first degree burglary and simple assault stemming from an incident that allegedly took place in the early morning hours Sunday.
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