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January 22, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
A suspended county judge admitted to signing court papers with names like Adolf Hitler, using profanity in describing other judges and throwing lighted firecrackers into a colleague's office. Judge Richard "Deacon" Jones said during testimony in his judicial misconduct hearing that he was acting out of frustration with his colleagues. The 10-year veteran judge was suspended with pay by the state Supreme Court in November.
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November 6, 2003 | Maura Reynolds, Times Staff Writer
President Bush on Wednesday signed into law a ban on a controversial abortion procedure, implementing the most significant restriction on abortion in three decades. The ban on the medical procedure critics call "partial-birth abortion" immediately prompted a wave of court challenges likely to leave the legality of the law in limbo for the coming election year. Minutes after Bush signed the legislation, a federal judge in Lincoln, Neb.
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September 26, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
St. Louis Ram running back Lawrence Phillips has settled a federal lawsuit filed against him by a woman who claimed he battered and sexually assaulted her, according to a published report. The settlement between Phillips and Katherine McEwen of Topeka, Kan., a student at Nebraska, was reached this week only after a federal judge agreed to allow lawyers to black out more sensational aspects of the lawsuit, the Kansas City Star reported in today's editions. In making the decision, Chief U.S.
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January 22, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
A suspended county judge admitted to signing court papers with names like Adolf Hitler, using profanity in describing other judges and throwing lighted firecrackers into a colleague's office. Judge Richard "Deacon" Jones said during testimony in his judicial misconduct hearing that he was acting out of frustration with his colleagues. The 10-year veteran judge was suspended with pay by the state Supreme Court in November.
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November 6, 2003 | Maura Reynolds, Times Staff Writer
President Bush on Wednesday signed into law a ban on a controversial abortion procedure, implementing the most significant restriction on abortion in three decades. The ban on the medical procedure critics call "partial-birth abortion" immediately prompted a wave of court challenges likely to leave the legality of the law in limbo for the coming election year. Minutes after Bush signed the legislation, a federal judge in Lincoln, Neb.
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August 28, 2013 | Chris Dufresne
Off we go into the last season of the Bowl Championship Series, an era that has seen Rankman pluck No. 1 names like Leland Stanford out of the Oklahoma State Cowboy's hat. Longshot choices have been made dating to the pre-BCS year of 1997, when Gerber-fed Rankman picked North Carolina as his preseason No. 1 and then got incredulous patched-in phone calls from Mayberry and Mount Pilot. It sparked a like affair with Coach Mack Brown that followed him to Texas and lasted until last season's Oklahoma loss.
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September 26, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
St. Louis Ram running back Lawrence Phillips has settled a federal lawsuit filed against him by a woman who claimed he battered and sexually assaulted her, according to a published report. The settlement between Phillips and Katherine McEwen of Topeka, Kan., a student at Nebraska, was reached this week only after a federal judge agreed to allow lawyers to black out more sensational aspects of the lawsuit, the Kansas City Star reported in today's editions. In making the decision, Chief U.S.
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