Tag Archives: Judge James P. Jones

Sentence will be based on ‘ice’ methamphetamine conspiracy (access required)

Where defendants objected to the application of advisory sentencing guidelines for “ice” methamphetamine, a high purity drug, instead of guidelines for mixtures that are less pure, the government successfully provided evidence that the conspiracy centered on ice methamphetamine. Background In ...

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Bias case against school board goes forward (access required)

Where an employee sufficiently alleged she was underpaid because of her age and that her compensation for teaching certain classes was reduced after she complained to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the school board’s motion to dismiss discrimination and retaliation ...

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Jury to decide quid pro quo and retaliation claims (access required)

Where the record was not clear on whether the plaintiff’s termination was in retaliation for rejecting her supervisor’s advances, the plaintiff failed to demonstrate she was subjected to a hostile work environment based on sex. Background The Equal Employment Opportunity ...

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