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“For the most part I think this thing has gone pretty well,” said Democratic consultant Steve Schale, who was among the first to predict that the state was headed for another recount. “It’s certainly not the s--t show we saw in 2000.” … [Read more...] about Florida recount odyssey confirms that Rick Scott is going to be a U.S. Senator
Plush attended Mercy Montessori from kindergarten to sixth grade, and according to principal Patty Normille, his empathy for others, love of science, and relentless positivity distinguished him as a “small guy with a big personality.” … [Read more...] about Prayer service held for Ohio teen crushed to death by van seat
Rocha, who was initially convicted as an adult and sentenced to 35 years, served 10 years in prison before he was released on bail after an appeals court found that he had been inadequately represented by counsel at trial. A Catholic nun who was impressed by Rocha’s creative writing work in a juvenile detention center, before he was tried and convicted of murdering Martin Aceves, a 17-year-old honors student, spearheaded what became a high-profile effort to win Rocha’s release, according to the Times and KCAL, a local CBS News affiliate. … [Read more...] about Convicted as a Teen, Jailed for 10 Years, Mario Rocha Now Hopes to Be a Lawyer
McShane hails the passage of a 2013 law, said to be the first of its kind in the country, that expressly allows the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals to grant a defendant a new trial in cases where the underlying forensic science is shown to be flawed. A similar law, known as a junk science writ, took effect earlier this year in California. … [Read more...] about Long-held beliefs about arson science have been debunked after decades of misuse