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Topic - Beth Harlan
A former judicial assistant in central Florida has been sentenced to 300 days in jail for falsifying time cards and fabricating a story that a bailiff threatened her.
A central Florida judge accused of approving false time sheets has given up her position in exchange for prosecutors dropping a criminal charge against her.
A central Florida judge accused of approving false time sheets says the criminal charges brought against her should be dropped.
More than 5,000 U.S. children and teens are injured each year in falls from windows, according to a study that suggests the problem stretches beyond urban high-rises.
"I came upstairs just in time to see her falling out the window," Harlan said.
"Don't ever think that kind of thing can't happen to you," Harlan said. "Never in a million years, when I opened up the window, did I think my kid would decide to sit in a windowsill."