There are do’s and don’ts when it comes to taking a new employee under your wing. And in the world of corrections, teaching a brand-new turnkey how to smuggle contraband in and out of prison is a universal no-no. But ...Read More »
Adumbrate: (1) report or represent in outline; (2) indicate faintly; (3) foreshadow or symbolize. From the Supreme Court case, State v. McKinney, by Justice Robert Edmunds: “Although no ‘Chad’ was identified when defendant’s apartment was later searched, this contingency could ...
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Christian Lusardi’s poker face is now forever memorialized in a mugshot. The 43-year-old from Fayetteville stood tall before a federal judge recently, pleading guilty to trademark counterfeiting and criminal mischief for introducing more than $800,000 of phony chips into an ...Read More »
Distance may make the heart grow fonder, but estrangement is another story – one that doesn’t end well when you’re trying to collect a deceased spouse’s Workers’ Compensation benefits. Homicidal thoughts don’t help, either. Bobbie Easley didn’t have any contact ...Read More »