If you are unsatisfied with the outcome of the appeal of your case in the your state's court of last resort or the federal appellate court, your next aim will be to obtain a court order from the Supre(...)
The first sequence (ca. 49 ft.), views of President William McKinley speaking, may be unrelated footage. Views of crowds on Pennsylvania Ave., NW, in front of the old Willard Hotel during the March 4, l90l inaugural festivities. A mounted military unit rides through what is probably the court of honor, the area on Pennsylvania Ave., NW, from Fifteenth to Seventeenth Sts.; the President and his party reviewed the inaugural parade from a stand in this area. McKinley doffs his hat to the crowd as his carriage passes the Willard Hotel. Sen. Marcus A. Hanna of Ohio (1897-1904) sits beside McKinley in the carriage. Several members of the President's special escort, Troop A of the Ohio National Guard, are visible along with aides and guards. The man riding alone in the second carriage may be TR. The last sequence, of McKinley in a carriage in the court of honor, is repeated.
Pennsylvania woman out of more than $250,000 in a lottery scam. Troopers from the Rockview barracks say someone began calling the woman in December, telling her she had won the New York Mega Millions lottery.
Law Enforcement Attorney says Kraus cleared Sylvania assistant city prosecutor's decision — and a polygraph test — show alleged theft was a misunderstanding; Mulligan not all mum Matt Westerhold Port Clinton Oct 1, 2014 An attorney representing Ohio GOP statehouse candidate Steve Kraus said Wednesday a special prosecutor in Sylvania reviewed an April theft complaint against Kraus and found no ...
“I don’t think it should be an automatic death sentence." Two Sylvania Township residents are calling for a Michigan law to be changed while they scramble to find a way to save their Ohio dogs from a looming death sentence after an unsuccessful court appeal.