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Waiting in the courthouse Tuesday, Carter himself rejected any comparison with Nikolas Cruz, who is accused of murdering 17 people last week at a school in Parkland, Fla.
Professor Davis had not been present at the courthouse, and witnesses testified that the guns had been bought to guard the Soledad Brothers’ defense headquarters.
There’s a woman who’s had hundreds of partners, say, or maybe some people went out to courthouses the next day and got married, or went home and conceived children.
And in Iowa, a dispute between the legislature and judiciary over allowing guns in courthouses is at least partially fueling a number of the new proposals.
For several years prior to the founding, these families worshipped in the courthouse and in the Masonic Hall.
Drummond said her bill is aimed at removing misdemeanor convictions for marijuana possession — of less than 1 ounce — from the state's online court records database, Courtview, as well as from physical files in courthouses.
Eugene Debs, labor organizer and Socialist activist, served six months in jail at the courthouse for leading the 1894 Pullman railroad strike (while being defended by Clarence Darrow).
But, while in the courthouse, Brian’s mom had an asthma attack and ended up in the women’s bathroom waiting for EMTs to come.
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