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Topic - John Martin
The youngest person to be charged with homicide in Maine in at least three decades will have a manslaughter charge withdrawn and replaced by a misdemeanor charge under an agreement that will be put before a judge next week.
The Washington Times announced Monday that award-winning investigative journalist John Solomon is returning after a hiatus of more than 3½ years to oversee the newspaper's content, digital and business strategies.
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In a move to enhance its presence and reach in the digital media world, officials at The Washington Times on Monday announced the creation of two senior digital executive positions and the return of longtime Editor-in-Chief Wesley Pruden to oversee a restructuring of the editorial page and Commentary section.
The youngest person to be charged with homicide in Maine in at least 30 years — and possibly ever — twiddled her fingers, bit her nails and looked down on Monday during her first court appearance. Afterward, her attorney said the manslaughter charge was "too harsh" for someone so young.
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"The addition of Murano to our portfolio, coupled with the continued growth and success of the Canton plant, will move us even closer to our goal to build more than 85 percent of the vehicles we sell in the U.S. right here in North America," John Martin, senior vice president of manufacturing, supply chain management and purchasing for Nissan North America, said in a statement.
But defense lawyer John Martin said he believes she can be deemed competent to accept the plea agreement, though not competent to stand trial.