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  2. A temporary ice bridge was created so people could cross over open water. The remains are of two boys and two girls, Boston police said. The teen allegedly showed the dead body on camera, police ...

  3. No Longer Available - KCRA

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    Caught on camera: Police rescue 9-year-old boy, woman from icy pond

  4. Enjoy the latest tourism news from Miami.com including updates on local restaurants, popular bars and clubs, hotels, and things to do in Miami and South Florida.

  5. JUROR SELF-CHECK-IN NOW AVAILABLE! Jurors may now skip the line and have a seat directly in the jury assembly room (when open). By accessing the “juror-portal” wifi network on your mobile device, you may now check-in for service and obtain access to free wifi. All you need is your 9-digit juror ID number that is printed on your summons.

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  7. Excuse Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    excuse: [verb] to make apology for. to try to remove blame from.

  8. Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion

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    Spann, a CIA operations officer with Alpha Team, was the first American killed inside Afghanistan after 9/11, during the Battle of Qala-i-Jangi, a prisoner uprising at the ancient fortress where American Taliban John Walker Lindh was held and interrogated by Spann....

  9. Request for Excuse. California Rules of Court, rule 2.1008 - external link, specifies the grounds on which the Jury Commissioner's Office is allowed to excuse prospective jurors from jury service. It states, "Jury service, unless excused by law, is a responsibility of citizenship".

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    Caught on camera: Police rescue 9-year-old boy, woman from icy pond

  11. Glossary - Handbook Home

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    1. The formal contesting of the applicant's statement of claim or the prosecution's case by the respondent or accused; 2. A legally recognised justification or excuse e.g. self-defence as a defence to a charge of assault. 3. Collective term used to refer to the defendant and the legal representatives of the defendant. defendant