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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Court Rules Man Who Claims He Endured Anti-Semitic Slurs Can Sue Despite Not Being Jewish | NJ.com | Star-Ledger Staff | 04/22/12
An appeals court has ruled that Myron Cowher, a a former truck driver, who alleges he endured anti-Semitic slurs, spanning the course of more than one year, can sue his former supervisors st Carson & Roberts Site Construction & Engineering … Continue reading
The “box” refers to the box on a job application that candidates must check it if they’ve ever been convicted, or in some cases, arrested for a crime. A year ago, Mayor Michael Nutter signed into law a measure forbidding employers to use the box … Continue reading
BEIJING — The Supreme People’s Court on Friday overturned the death penalty against Wu Ying, a 31-year-old woman who was convicted of financial fraud three years ago after becoming rich through a company that sold beauty products and other goods. … Continue reading
(CNN) — Applying the Racial Justice Act, a North Carolina judge set aside the death sentence of Marcus Robinson, 38, a convicted killer after concluding that race played a role in the case, a landmark ruling that may call into … Continue reading
Temple student Ian Van Kuyk was arraigned this week on charges of obstruction, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct. Van Kuyk, a film and media arts major, was arrested by Philadelphia police last month after he photographed a routine traffic stop … Continue reading