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the incompetency of the secretary was revealed only after she had left the company, and her successor discovered years of filing left undone
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The act also had some ambiguities, such as whether a Baker Act commitment prohibits gun purchases forever, or just during the period of incompetency.
On Monday, Buck’s mother filed an incompetency petition involving her son in the Mecklenburg County courts, court records show.
State law also allows the Indiana Department of Education to revoke a superintendent's license for immorality, misconduct in office, incompetency or willful neglect of duty.
There's a high degree of incompetency lurking within the club, and from the outside its almost impossible to pin down exactly where that stems from - though many would slap all the blame on Huw Jenkins.
Following Brenda Forman's losing an incompetency claim against her husband, Howard Forman's lawyers have now called the claim frivolous and asked a judge to have Brenda Forman pay all their legal fees.
Betsy DeVos’ withdrawal of the 2011 Dear Colleague letter disregards the interests of survivors of traumatic crimes, and reflects her incompetency for the role she was appointed to—not earned.
Director Craig Gillespie and screenwriter Steven Rogers approach the story as something out of the Coen brothers' playbook, highlighting the incompetency and insanity of the situation.
But if the impulsive incompetency continues, then eventually—many, many months from now—Republicans will join the impeachment effort.
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