Determined Dog Owner Seeks Justice: Attorney Engaged After BCSO Deputies Shoot Her Beloved Rottweilers

KENNEWICK, Wash. (AP) — A dog owner in Kennewick, Washington is seeking legal advice after two of her Rottweilers were shot by Benton County Sheriff’s Office deputies. The incident occurred when deputies were responding to a call about loose and aggressive dogs in a residential neighborhood. The dog owner, whose identity remains undisclosed, is devastated and is working closely with her lawyer to determine the best course of action. She claims that her Rottweilers, which she considers her beloved pets and members of her family, were wrongfully targeted and unnecessarily harmed. The owner insists that … Read more

Fond Remembrance: Celebrating the Life of Jacquie Zellers Jury, a Beloved Soul from March 6, 1937 – Nov. 1, 2020

LANCASTER, Pa. – A beloved figure in the local community, Jacquie Zellers Jury passed away on November 1, 2020, leaving behind a remarkable legacy. Remembered fondly by many, Zellers Jury was known for her generous spirit and dedicated involvement in various initiatives. Born on March 6, 1937, her impact on the Lancaster community and beyond cannot be overstated. Zellers Jury’s commitment to making a positive difference in her community was evident through her active participation in numerous organizations. Her exemplary leadership made her an essential part of the local landscape. Over the years, she became … Read more

Utah Mourns the Loss of Judge Raymond Uno, Civil Rights Trailblazer and Beloved Jurist

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Raymond S. Uno, the first minority judge in Utah’s history, passed away at the age of 93. Uno’s legacy extends beyond his judicial career as he was also a civil rights activist and a prominent figure in the legal community. Before his tenure as a judge in Utah’s 3rd District Court, Uno had an esteemed legal career. He served as a Deputy Salt Lake County Attorney, Assistant Utah Attorney General, and also worked in a private law firm. Uno’s expertise and dedication to the law earned him respect and admiration … Read more

Beloved Former New Orleans City Council President and Judge, Eddie Sapir, Passes Away at 87

New Orleans, Louisiana – Eddie Sapir, a prominent former judge and city council president, passed away on Tuesday at the age of 87. The exact cause of his death has not yet been disclosed. Sapir was remembered by his longtime friend and former colleague, Congressman Troy Carter, as one of the city’s “greats.” Carter expressed his sadness over the loss, highlighting Sapir’s love for New Orleans and its people. He served as a state representative, municipal court judge, and city council president, dedicating his life to the welfare of the city he cherished. The congressman … Read more