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Fassuliotis’ trip to family court stemmed from a change in the amount of his child support payment to his former wife, Maureen Fassuliotis.

When the judge found Fassuliotis, a Charleston real estate investor and broker, in civil contempt of court more than two years ago, he was ordered to jail for one year. But he was released after spending nearly a day in jail after he paid the $200 court costs plus the child support the judge said he owed.

Fassuliotis, who has joint custody of his children, did not settle with just getting out of jail. He also wanted to shed the stigma of being locked up for not supporting his two sons.

The court did not give an explanation for its decision. But in its order, the justices cited case law that says contempt is the result of a willful disobedience of an order of the court. The unpublished ruling does not set any legal precedent.

Police records haven’t been updated to match the court files that show that Fassuliotis is not guilty of civil contempt in Family Court. He would like to update the records. “This is a question of my integrity,” he said. But he’s already having some problem doing that.

In Family Court, Fassuliotis said, there is no form to complete, like in criminal court, to have areference to a contempt order expunged from police files. Fassuliotis said he fears that he’ll have to hire an attorney to do it,
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Roy Stuckey, a professor at the University of South Carolina School of Law in Columbia, said Fassuliotis’ success to get the Supreme Court to reverse the civil contempt order in a child support case is rare. Because of his income, Fassuliotis could hire an attorney to help him escape from becoming a lasting statistic of the family court’s mission statewide to collect child support, the professor said. Department of Social Service, said the agency is managing 222,673 child support cases in which the courts have issued a child support order.

When the judge found Fassuliotis, a Charleston real estate investor and broker, in civil contempt of court more than two years ago, he was ordered to jail for one year. But he was released after spending nearly a day in jail after he paid the $200 court costs plus the child support the judge said he owed.

Fassuliotis, who has joint custody of his children, did not settle with just getting out of jail. He also wanted to shed the stigma of being locked up for not supporting his two sons.

The court did not give an explanation for its decision. But in its order, the justices cited case law that says contempt is the result of a willful disobedience of an order of the court. The unpublished ruling does not set any legal precedent.
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KNOXVILLE The Tennessee Supreme Court has set an execution date of August 9, 2018 for Billy Ray Irick who was convicted of the 1985 murder and rape of Paula Kay Dyer, age 7, in Knox County. The Court received notice from the State Attorney General on January 11, 2018 that the United States Supreme Court had denied the defendant’s appeal challenging the constitutionality of Tennessee’s lethal injection protocol. Under Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 12.4(E), the Court, on its own, may set a new execution date when a case with a previous execution date had stays or reprieves lifted or dissolved. Irick has had multiple previous execution dates.

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At the time of the incident the parents were separated. The step father and the defendant were living with the victim’s step father’s mother. On the night of the occurrence the victim’s mother left Irick with the children when she went to work. She was somewhat uneasy about this because Irick had been drinking, although he did not seem to be intoxicated. Irick was in a bad mood because he had been in an argument with the stepfather’s mother earlier in the day. Irick did not want to keep the children since he planned to leave Knoxville for Virginia that night.

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’59 to a conference in her honor on Feb. 10. The daylong symposium commemorated the 40th anniversary of Ginsburg joining the Columbia Law School faculty as its first tenured female professor and celebrated her contributions to the law of gender based justice and equality.

David M. Schizer, Dean and the Lucy G. Moses Professor of Law at Columbia Law School, who clerked for Ginsburg during the 1994 1995 term, introduced her to an audience of students, advocates, faculty members, alumni, and other guests.

“It is a great honor to have Justice Ginsburg here with us today,” Dean Schizer said. “Justice Ginsburg has helped make Columbia Law School what we are today. She is one of our most distinguished graduates and while she was here, she successfully litigated some of the most important cases of our time. She exemplifies the values and aspirations of our school.”

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The highlight of the Columbia Law School event was an informal conversation between Ginsburg and two of her former clerks: Gillian E. Metzger, the Stanley H. Fuld Professor of Law and vice dean; and Professor Abbe R. Gluck. The trio discussed highlights of Ginsburg’s career as a professor, advocate, judge, and justice.

Ginsburg described the differences between writing a majority opinion and a dissent. Writing a majority opinion sometimes requires negotiation to persuade a colleague to join the opinion, she noted, while when writing a dissent, “you can let out all the stops.”

Ginsburg also recalled the triumph she felt in writing the majority opinion for United States v. Virginia, a 1996 case that struck down the Virginia Military Institute’s long standing male only admission policy.

“VMI was a very special case for me,” she said. that brought the case. We were no longer the opponent, but the proponent.”

The first panel discussion of the afternoon, titled “Sex Discrimination Litigation in the 1970s,” was moderated by Ariela Migdal, senior staff attorney at the ACLU’s Women’s Rights Project.

During that discussion, Harriet S. Rabb, vice president and general counsel of Rockefeller University and a former professor and assistant dean at Columbia Law School, recalled a series of class action lawsuits filed by the Law School’s employment rights clinic in the 1970s with the goal of promoting gender equality in the workplace.

For all the pride the conference panelists took in their past accomplishments, they also showed an awareness of the work that lies ahead. has yet to pass an equal rights amendment.

The Supreme Court’s current standard of review for sex discrimination requires an “exceedingly persuasive justification,” Ginsburg replied. She then noted that there are now three women on the bench.

“My new colleagues are no shrinking violets,” she said. “Sotomayor is giving Scalia a run for who asks the most questions. And with Kagan on one end and Sotomayor on the other, it looks like women are there to stay.”

The final panel of the day, titled “Transnational/International Perspectives on Gender Justice,” featured current and former women justices from Canada, Germany, and South Africa. The conversation was moderated by Judith Resnik, who teaches at Yale Law School and is a Scholar in Residence at Columbia Law School this semester.

“Justice Ginsburg has made a tremendous contribution to gender justice, both as a litigator and as a justice,” said Claire L’Heureux Dub, a former justice of the Supreme Court of Canada. legal scholarship.

In her closing remarks, Ginsburg applauded the international perspective on jurisprudence.

“This day has been a tremendous feast for me,” she said. “I enjoyed listening to all the speakers. And listening to the women on this panel is going to encourage me to remind my colleagues that there are jurists in other lands that are as smart as we are, and that we should listen to them.”

The conference was organized and hosted by the Center for Gender and Sexuality Law, which offers law students a unique opportunity to study and specialize in the practice, theory, and politics of gender and sexuality.

Columbia Law School, founded in 1858, stands at the forefront of legal education and of the law in a global society. Columbia Law School combines traditional strengths in corporate law and financial regulation, international and comparative law, property, contracts, constitutional law, and administrative law with pioneering work in intellectual property, digital technology, tax law and policy, national security, human rights, sexuality and gender, and environmental law.
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SunPower’s proposal to build a 35 megawatt solar farm in Norge was approved unanimously by supervisors on Tuesday night.

The project was pushed back to the planning commission in December after a series of deferrals and public meetings to address residents’ concerns about traffic impacts on Farmville Lane, which was the original point of entry to the site.

The commission recommended approval of the new request which moves the entry site to Old Church Road 5 1 at its Dec. 6 meeting. SunPower also proposes to use an off site lot at Crosswalk Church to accommodate parking for workers during construction.

“I think the applicant did a good job of working with the community,” said supervisor Jim Icenhour.

Two residents spoke in favor of the project and one resident opposed it during the supervisors meeting on Tuesday.

Dennis Cotner, who lives at 127 Wilson Circle, said he didn’t want to see a solar farm located less than a half of a mile from his house.

“It’s not a good fit,” Cotner said.

Cotner said he would rather see the parcel turned into farmland.

Resident Sean Lawler, who lives at 172 Old Church Road, said he preferred a solar farm to a housing subdivision.

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“We’re not going to make everybody happy with this decision,” Larson said. “While there will be panels there will still be an appreciation for the quietness that is there now.”

SunPower, a California based company, plans on planting evergreens on the property to help buffer the view, according to its application. The company also noted the panels do not create much noise.

The project will offset carbon dioxide emissions and power 4,000 households for more than 30 years, according to SunPower. It will take nine months and 60 to 80 people will work on the site,
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A super fit Northumberland athlete will represent Great Britain in the World Championships while helping to raise money for Cancer Research after her friend was diagnosed with the disease.

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The mother of 27 year old twins Adam and Anastasia said: “I took part in the World Championships last year and came 10th. This year I’ve moved up a age category so I think I have a very good chance as I’ll be one of the youngest. I’m aiming to come back with a medal. I really feel I am capable of doing it.”

The 55 year old says she likes to prove her fitness to herself by running against younger women.

Marie, who works as a dog groomer and personal trainer, is a member of the Elswick Harriers and Alnwick Cycling Club and goes on fell runs with her border collie Ugg.

The runner said training has always been a part of her life and she usually comes first or second in her category when she takes part in 10k races.

She added that her children have got used to her sporty lifestyle and her daughter jokingly calls her a “freak” for preferring to go on hill runs rather than on a shopping trip.

This year, she has decided to ask others to sponsor her physical feat and raise money for Cancer Research as her friend Peter, who is a pensioner, is currently battling prostate cancer.

Donations have already reached with 13 days left to reach the final target of “I just think how generous people are. I’ve had some lovely encouragement and it’s for a great cause.
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NEW YORK Amy Freeze can talk football and forecasts.

So with the Super Bowl coming to New York next year, and with local temperatures stuck in the teens, the WABC TV meteorologist was all set to look ahead.

Try this long range reckoning for the matchup at MetLife Stadium, from the soon to be printed Farmers’ Almanac: “An intense storm, heavy rain, snow and strong winds. This could seriously impact Super Bowl XLVIII.”

Predicts editor Pete Geiger: “This is going to be one for the ages.”

“Hey, it goes with the territory,” he said by phone from Lewiston, Maine.

Way too early to say for sure what awaits fans and players in the first outdoor Super Bowl at a cold weather site. It’ll be held Feb.

The record low for a Super Bowl kickoff is 39 degrees when Dallas beat Miami in January 1972 at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans. It will be a lot warmer back in the Big Easy when the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers tangle in less than two weeks. They’ll be inside the Superdome.

The NFL was aware next year’s Super Bowl could be a super brrr.

“Creating a plan for staging a Super Bowl in winter weather is not reinventing the wheel,” NFL senior vice president for events Frank Supovitz said two years ago. “Super Bowls have often been played in cities that can experience winter storms, including Detroit, Minneapolis snow and ice removal plans for travel routes, major event facilities, the stadium campus, and parking have always been part of our planning protocol,” he said then.

Remember, no city is immune to rugged weather. Even though Green Bay and Pittsburgh played inside Cowboys Stadium two years, snow and ice blanketed the lead up events.

Besides, a blizzard isn’t likely. 2 is 39.8 degrees and the low is 24.2. The average precipitation on that date going back to 1931 is about one eighth of an inch.

The only significant precipitation during a Super Bowl came in February 2007 at Miami. Playing in a rainstorm, Indianapolis and Chicago committed four turnovers in the first quarter.

Expect ticket sales to be brisk next year, StubHub spokesman Glenn Lehrman said. Ticket prices are running about $3,100 for the Ravens 49ers game, and Lehrman predicted the 2014 Super Bowl would create the largest demand “we’ve ever had.”

“I think people want to be part of a first time experience. Whatever it is,” he said.

Lehrman said because so many people live on the East Coast within driving distance of the stadium, not needing pricey hotel rooms cold weather wouldn’t have a chilling effect.

It certainly had an effect in New York on Wednesday. The radio hosts on WFAN began their noontime show talking about the weather; at De Witt Clinton Park in Manhattan, the artificial turf fields often occupied by pickup football games were empty.

But for a chance to see a Super Bowl, fans might sit for a few hours in a raw setting.

“You can see in Lambeau Field how they endure the cold there. They sell out there all the time, and in the Giants’ and Jets’ stadium they do the same,” New York Rangers captain Ryan Callahan said before Wednesday night’s NHL game at Madison Square Garden against the Boston Bruins.

Peggy Beisel McIlwaine agreed. Her grandfather was the Packers’ first president and she recalled being in the stands for the famed Ice Bowl the 1967 NFL championship between Green Bay and Dallas when the game time temperature at Lambeau Field was minus 13 degrees.

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Come next year, Freeze (“that’s my real name,” she added) said the wintry conditions might be a factor. She’s seen that up close while working four years in Chicago, she was a team meteorologist for the Bears, consulting with coaches, special teams members and equipment personnel.
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Super Bowl LII, which is Sunday in Minneapolis, is projected to be the coldest Super Bowl of all time.

There’s no snow in the game day forecast, but the predicted high is in the single digits that’s Fahrenheit, not Celsius with a low below zero. Factor in the wind chill, and it likely will feel below zero the whole day.

Fans should get a reprieve from the cold, of course, if they have tickets to the game. US Bank Stadium, home of the Minnesota Vikings, has a fixed roof.

“Despite the cold, there will be plenty of warm entries to get you into the game,” Peter O’Reilly, the NFL’s senior vice president of events, said this week.

The coldest Super Bowl to date was held near Detroit. It was 13 degrees at kickoff for Super Bowl XVI in 1982 at the Silverdome, which also was an indoor venue.

The National Weather Service office in Minneapolis issued a special weather statement this week, warning of bitterly cold wind chills for those outside this weekend for Super Bowl festivities.

The wind chill in Minneapolis is expected to dip 10 to 25 below zero from Saturday night through game time Sunday night, with 1 to 2 inches of snow expected Saturday.

However, that forecast doesn’t appear to bother the NFL.

“I’m often asked what makes Super Bowl LII in Minnesota unique, and the conversation often turns to the cold and to the weather,” O’Reilly said. “But my real answer is it’s the people. The people of Minnesota, the incredible volunteers who have come together record numbers of volunteers.”

More than 10,000 people have volunteered to help during Super Bowl week, according to the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee.

“It’s the people and the energy and the warmth here in the ‘Bold North’ that is really coming through,” O’Reilly said.

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a 10 day, outdoor fan festival.

Conversely, it was much warmer Sunday at the Pro Bowl in Orlando. Though the high was in the mid 70s, it wasn’t exactly ideal. Camping World Stadium has no roof, and it was pouring rain.

The previous two Super Bowl hosts were considerably warmer (Houston for Super Bowl LI and Santa Clara, California, for Super Bowl 50). The next four cities to host Super Bowls will be Atlanta, Miami, Tampa and Los Angeles.

Even if this Sunday’s Super Bowl were held outdoors, it still wouldn’t be the coldest NFL game of all time. Based on kickoff times, the coldest game in league history was the iconic “Ice Bowl” at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. It was 13 degrees below zero (wind chill minus 48) when the Green Bay Packers hosted the Dallas Cowboys on December 31, 1967.

Other arctic like games in NFL history include the San Diego Chargers at the Cincinnati Bengals on January 10, 1982, when the temperature was minus 9 degrees, with a wind chill of 59 below; and January 10, 2016, when the Seattle Seahawks played the Vikings outdoors, with a temperature of minus 6 degrees and a wind chill of 25 below zero.

Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, was the first Super Bowl played in an outdoor cold weather stadium. The NFL got lucky that season: It was 49 degrees at kickoff.

This will be the first Super Bowl in Minnesota since Super Bowl XXVI, when the Washington Redskins defeated the Buffalo Bills 37 24 on January 26, 1992, at the Metrodome.
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In a nod to Monday celestial phenomenon, Pastor Linda Ford will give a sermon titled Sunday at the Fortuna United Methodist Church, 10th and N streets. Ford selected the scripture from Genesis 1:14 19.

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