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Under the current policy, the board maintains that its national jurisdiction entitles it to ignore federal circuit court interpretations of the National Labor Relations Act.
But after failing to get an extension of state circuit court judge Josann Reynolds’ order for long enough to get the legislature back to Madison, Walker chose not to risk a contempt charge.
While most of the data-sharing requirements would take effect in 2019, the state plans to pilot the project this year in Florida's 6th circuit court.
The recusals came after learning that Lockett was related to a county circuit court judge.
That conviction was overturned by the fifth circuit court of appeals.
However, a circuit court judge ruled that the wording is set by the statute and cannot be changed.
Manhattan officials filed their lawsuit in Will County circuit court this week claiming the Village of Elwood is violating a boundary agreement between the two towns.
Sporting a buzz cut and an unbuttoned dress shirt, Gabe Parker kept his arms flat on the table and hands clasped as the circuit court judge entered a not guilty plea on his behalf during his Feb. 16 arraignment.
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law : a court of law that meets at two or more places within a particular area
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