Seven Tama County residents and one Marshall County resident have pleaded guilty to drug charges in a drug trafficking conspiracy. Toledo residents 28-year-old Kyle Chyma, 30-year-old Edgar Hernandez, 24-year-old Kelbie Struve, 25-year-old Kailyn .
I've been suing them for 20 years," said Bill Dean, an Aventura nursing home plaintiffs lawyer. "There hasn't been improvement. There's been constant ... Dean & Rotundo managing partner has a pending case against the nursing home on behalf of Lillian.
It has passed with flying colours all three of its federal audits over the past 10 years, meeting 44 out of 44 expected outcomes – from clinical care and staff development, to specialised nursing and complaints ... a home and measures it against 44.
The Attorney General is wrong to suggest otherwise.” Balderas' letter mentions two reviews ... Education Improvement Project – an education organization launched by four former APS board candidates – announced a recall effort against Maestas.
A judge overseeing a class-action lawsuit over the quality of health care in Arizona's prisons said Monday that correction officers cannot take disciplinary action against inmates close to the time they testify or meet with their lawyers because it could.
James Jonathan Hagood, 40, 7770 County Road 221, Trinity, filed a harassment complaint ... against the two men, according to court documents. At a June 8 arraignment, both pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor charges. Callie Waldrep, assistant district.
In a pair of criminal complaints filed Tuesday, City Atty. Mike Feuer has charged the owner of a single-family home in the ... the Laurel Canyon Improvement Association, the paper reported, demanded the city prosecutor file charges against the homeowner.
The law already allows people hired to perform home improvement services ... researched laws and even filed a state complaint against the plumber before criminal charges were filed by the Sullivan County District Attorney’s Office.
Both Assistant Planning Director Dana Burghdoff and Senior Assistant City Attorney Melinda Ramos testified against ... improvements he has made, it’s far nicer than when he first rented out the home to other pilots and flight attendants, which drew.
Anketell, 45, of Peabody was found not guilty on four counts of larceny over $250 and a home improvement contractor violation ... As a result, Anketell and Smith filed civil complaints against each other. Those complaints have yet to be resolved.
According to a representative with L/S Building Products, three other homeowners are receiving the same "intent to lien" notice after Cardinal Home Improvements bounced checks totaling $18,000. Smith is filing a complaint with the Missouri Attorney General.