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The stipulation is included in applications for relief grants for disaster victims. The city attorney says a state law requires it.
The judge said the pardon did not erase the fact that Arpaio had been convicted of criminal contempt.
Millions in bribes and free drugs helped pay for attacks on U.S. military, according to a lawsuit against major pharmaceutical companies.
For three months, police attempted to determine how Lawrence Ramdass was killed.
"She stood up for people,” her friend recalled recently.
The murder plot offers a glimpse into the North Korean leader's mind-set as the world anxiously anticipates his next move.
Allen, tarnished himself, spoke to the BBC of “a Salem atmosphere, where every guy in an office who winks at a woman is suddenly having to call a lawyer to defend himself.”
In a recent lawsuit, the family says the hospital is to blame.
From appearances, it seems as though nothing wins over the Russian strongman like a dog.