Mar 12, 2014
Mar 5, 2014
Feb 26, 2014
Feb 19, 2014
Judge rules to keep officers on Laurie list
The officers' union sought arbitration under their contract and the arbitrator ruled in January 2012 that the city did not have "just cause to take disciplinary action … (the officers') grievances are sustained."
Mara wrote to the new county attorney, Dennis Hogan, this time asking to have the officers' names removed from the Laurie list. Mara said he would have been a hypocrite if he didn't make the request.
Meanwhile, Micklovich filed suit against the city in U.S. District Court and, after negotiations, the city settled with Micklovich in mid-May 2012, paying him $200,000.
"I know it and I'm going to turn it over every time until the Supreme Court tells me differently," she said. Young said prosecutors have to notify the courts and leave it to judges to decide wether the officer's credibility issue can be used at trial.
Garfunkel's decision, issued Nov. 20, denied the officers' request that LaFrance be ordered to remove their names from the list.
READER COMMENTS: 0
- Police at scene of Center Ossipee shooting - 0
- Litchfield man found stabbed - 0
- Driver charged with biting state trooper on I-93 - 5
- Autopsy shows Rochester man shot by officers 3 times - 2
- Nashua man sentenced for robbing bank - 0
- 14 people arrested in Nashua drug sweep - 1
- Nashua mother pleads guilty to manslaughter death of son - 3
- Childcare employee has license revoked after arriving to work intoxicated - 0
- NH Supreme Court: Protecting police from liability more important than rights of man wrongly accused of rape - 21
READER COMMENTS: 1
- Katie McQuaid's Scene in Manchester: Parents share what 'CJ' taught them - 0
- Gilford High junior surprised by Francis Wayland Parker honor - 0
- Police bill disputed by Stewartstown and Colebrook ends up in court - 0
- New to Nottingham, fire victims plan to stay - 0
- ‘Coffee with a Cop’ promotes police, community relations - 0
- Arts-based charter high school in Derry begins accepting applications - 0
- Troy voters accept community center donation - 0
- Voters support Bow School District articles - 0
- License revocations for DWI announced - 0
Police at scene of Center Ossipee shooting
New to Nottingham, fire victims plan to stay
Litchfield man found stabbed
Scott Brown's latest step stirs the pot
Hooksett's choices: Leave them to parents
- Mass. Supreme Judicial Court has found upskirt photos taken on a subway aren't illegal. Should such voyeurism be a crime?
- Total Votes: 917