Donald Trump’s Hush Money Case: Revealing Questions for Jury Selection Revealed

NEW YORK CITY, New York (AP) — As former President Donald Trump prepares to face criminal charges for allegedly falsifying business records, the questions that will be asked of the jury have been revealed. The trial is scheduled to begin next week, with jury selection set to commence on April 15. The prospective jurors will be asked a range of questions, from their listening habits to podcasts to their opinions on a former president being criminally tried in state court. An appeals court recently dismissed Trump’s attempt to delay the case. He had filed a … Read more

Live Updates: Chad Daybell Jury Selection Reaches Day 3 as Potential Jurors Face Tough Questions

BOISE, Idaho — Jury selection for the trial of Chad Daybell is underway in Boise, Idaho. The proceedings entered their third day as potential jurors were questioned in the courtroom. Daybell is facing charges of first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder, among others, in the highly publicized case. The trial is expected to last 8-10 weeks and has garnered significant attention. The judge informed the potential jurors that Daybell does not need to prove his innocence, but rather the state must prove his guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Throughout the day, the judge and … Read more

Controversy Surrounds Johnson’s Pond Emergency Action as Town Lawyer Questions Timing

Coventry, Rhode Island – The owners of Johnson’s Pond are claiming that emergency action is necessary to address concerns about the pond’s dam. However, the town’s lawyer is questioning the timing of this claim. The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management is currently involved in a legal dispute with the owners over lease terms. The owners, Soscia Holdings, have expressed their concerns about the dam, citing reports from their consultant, Soscia Architects and Engineers, Inc. They argue that the spillway is in poor condition and poses a risk of failure. On the other hand, the … Read more

High School Attack Raises Questions About Security System’s Effectiveness

WALTHAM, Mass. – A company based in Waltham, Massachusetts, is facing legal action over alleged violations of Federal Securities Laws. Evolv Technologies, the company responsible for implementing security systems at prominent venues, including Fenway Park and Gillette Stadium, is being sued for failing to detect certain weapons. The lawsuit claims that knives were not detected by Evolv’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology, leading to a potential breach in security. According to the lawsuit, a student managed to bring a large knife into a high school in Utica, New York, despite passing through the Evolv security system. … Read more