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Workers’ Comp – Job Termination – Just Cause – Yelling At Employees (access required)

The Court of Appeals says an auto dealer’s service department could cut off workers’ comp benefits for claimant, who managed the vehicle detail department, after he hurt his wrists on the job, as the employer was justified in terminating claimant ...

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Criminal – Murder – Juror Strike – Attorney Disqualification (access required)

The Court of Appeals says that at defendant’s murder trial, the trial court did not err in refusing to strike the entire commonwealth’s attorney office from prosecuting defendant, on the ground it had a conflict of interest arising from one ...

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Criminal – Construction Fraud – Incomplete Renovation – Intent (access required)

Although defendant contractor had not ordered kitchen cabinets when he told a homeowner that he needed a $1,500 draw from her construction loan because the cabinets were on order, this false statement was not sufficient to prove the contractor had ...

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Criminal – Construction Fraud – Incomplete Renovation – Intent (access required)

Although defendant contractor had not ordered kitchen cabinets when he told a homeowner that he needed a $1,500 draw from her construction loan because the cabinets were on order, this false statement was not sufficient to prove the contractor had ...

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Search & Seizure – Vehicle Search – Passenger’s Standing to Challenge Search (access required)

A passenger in a car has no standing to challenge the search of the car by police, and the Court of Appeals affirms convictions for possession of both heroin and a gun. The defendant was a right rear passenger when ...

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Criminal – Construction Fraud – Incomplete Renovation – Intent (access required)

Although defendant contractor had not ordered kitchen cabinets when he told a homeowner that he needed a $1,500 draw from her construction loan because the cabinets were on order, this false statement was not sufficient to prove the contractor had ...

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