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Topic - Christopher Smith
Two brothers who defrauded millions of dollars from thousands of investors in an oil and gas drilling scheme lost a bid Tuesday to have their convictions and sentences overturned.
A former Muncie high school principal "dawdled" when he should have reported a 16-year-old student's rape, a divided Indiana Supreme Court ruled Thursday in reinstating a misdemeanor conviction for failing to immediately report child abuse.
A Florida Senate committee on Monday approved a bill that would tweak the state's controversial 'stand your ground' law, bidding to clarify who can use that defense and proposing law enforcement be able to set guidelines for neighborhood watch groups.
Christopher Smith lives in a house smaller than a parking space, between a chicken coop and some beehives in his friend's backyard.
Justice Department attorney Christopher Smith, arguing for reversal of Engelhardt's ruling, said the appeals court should use a broad definition of the word "committee" in interpreting the law.
"The problem that we have in Florida is that there is a law on the books that's being interpreted in many different ways," said Smith, adding "it's incumbent on this legislature to say something about the law this year.