WALLA WALLA — A Walla Walla County jury awarded an Asotin couple $1.65 million in damages Monday, the culmination of a long-running civil case against Asotin County and its Public
2 Cuffs captures learn fates; 2 have jury trials scheduled
Four of the 10 individuals wanted by Richmond Police Department on arrest warrants and highlighted in the October Cuffs have been apprehended.
The Ignite Program is for students in grades pre-K through 4th. Pre-K students should be at least 4 years of age and potty trained. Ignite is completely free and open to all students who wish to attend. All students are provided with a free t-shirt, lunch, and snack. Students get to be a college student for a day and take fun, educational courses on a variety of subjects that are created and taught by current Grinnell College students. All courses are taught in…
Why college students take on loans they can't repay
Students take on college debt with the best of intentions. They've been told that a college degree is a ticket to success. That they should pursue their dreams. That student debt is good debt But how do smart students wind up with debt they can't repay? Here are three reasons, plus ways to avoid these financial traps. THEY'RE TOLD IT'S 'GOOD DEBT' In high school, students hear that they should earn a college degree to have a well-paying, successful career. "We as a…
College students learn various functions of cooperatives
When cooperatives come to mind, most people think agriculture, but for Bailey Miles and other students attending the College Conference on Cooperatives (CCOC) in Minneapolis that was far from the
Why more than a third of college students are changing schools
For some, the path through college isn't exactly a straight line.
Cash Tips: Teaching Kids and College Students Money Management
Parents take pride in the ability to give their children things that make them happy. Among the best “gifts” parents can give are the lessons of money management.
College student falls 10 floors to her death from Minneapolis...
MINNEAPOLIS -- Authorities are investigating the death of a University of St. Thomas student who fell from a 10th floor apartment in Minneapolis.Authorities were called to the Bridges apartments near the University of Minnesota just before 1 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 1.In St. Paul, St. Thomas identified the...
Dubuque college students learn to be wary of financial pitfalls in 'Game of Life'
A simulated trip to the emergency room pushed Demetria Johnson’s budget over the edge Wednesday afternoon.
How college student fooled Secret Service, slipped into Mar-a-Lago
An apologetic Mark Lindblom on Tuesday told a federal magistrate that he had no evil intentions when he decided to try and enter the club on the day after
Why weren't Easton residents immediately told about threats to Lafayette College students?
The credibility of the threat didn't rise to that level of notification, the mayor says.
How University of North Georgia’s new business college dean is paving a path for other...
Mary Gowan, University of North Georgia’s new dean of the Mike Cottrell College of Business, worked her way through school as a first-generation college student.
College students, liquor, tanning oil and ocean water. How to make your spring break safe
Public officials warn students of increased danger as vacations begin.
How Does A Jury Trial Work?
www.lawinfo.com/trial.html - A jury trial starts with the selection of the actual jury from a pool of candidates. This jury pool is randomly selected ...
Bench Trial or Jury Trial: What's the Difference?
Most of us know we have the right to a speedy jury trial. But many of us don't know that we can waive that right, if we choose. Criminal defendants can choose to have what is known as a...
The Collapse of Civil Jury Trial and What To Do About It
Are we witnessing the death of the civil jury system? Perhaps. A GWU professor lays out the case for abolishing the civil jury and Susie Macpherson (a trial consultant) and Tom Melsheimer (a litiga…
Criminal Jury Trials: Top 9 Questions and Answers
The right to a trial by an impartial jury of your peers is thought of as fundamental to our criminal justice system. But does it always work out that way? As it turns out, only some offenses require jury trials,...
What Is An Opening Statement
In this Law Podcast, "Jury Trial: What Is An Opening Statement." Attorney Adrian Madrone discusses opening statements in a DUI defense trial.
1 in 3 college students seek help with mental health. Here's what schools are doing
The dramatic jump in demand for mental health help forced schools across the country to overhaul their offerings.
9-In-10 Big Banks Strip Customers Of Their Right To Jury Trial — Consumerist
If you ask someone on the street if they should have the right to sue their bank over something like an illegal overdraft fee, nearly everyone you speak to will invariably say yes. But a new report…