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Associate Secures Victory at State Supreme Court

On February 6, 2018 the Maine Supreme Judicial Court unanimously decided that the trial judge in a contested divorce hearing abused it's discretion when denying a post-judgment motion to amend the court's findings, make additional findings, and amend the divorce...

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A Superior Court judge took the unusual step Friday of granting bail to a Farmington man charged with murdering his infant son 38 years ago.   In setting bail at $10,000 cash or $100,000 surety, Justice Thomas Warren said he didn’t think Burton Hagar, 62, was a flight...

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Advocates for sexual abuse victims on Tuesday called for the removal of a top official in the Greek Orthodox church in New England, alleging he was “at least grossly negligent” in supervising a priest who was convicted last year of assaulting a boy in Maine.   Verne...

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After serving 28 years of a 50-year prison term, convicted murderer Frank D. Fournier was resentenced Tuesday and will be released at the end of the week after the FBI’s analysis of evidence used to convict him was revealed to be potentially flawed. Fournier, now 70,...

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