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Proposed juveniles rules changes

first_img P roposed juveniles rules changes The Florida Bar’s Juvenile Court Rules Committee has filed with the Florida Supreme Court its regular-cycle report of proposed amendments to the Florida Rules of Juvenile Procedure. The committee proposes amendments to rules 8.045 (Notice to Appear); 8.090 (Speedy Trial); 8.135 (Correction of Disposition or Commitment Orders); 8.210 (Parties and Participants); 8.257 (General Magistrates); 8.350 (Placement of Child Into Residential Treatment Center After Adjudication of Dependency); 8.515 (Providing Counsel to Parties); and 8.535 (Postdisposition Hearings) and forms 8.911 (Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act Affidavit); 8.930 (Juvenile Notice to Appear); 8.964 (Dependency Petition); 8.966 (Adjudication Order – Dependency); 8.980 (Petition for Termination of Parental Rights Based on Voluntary Relinquishment); 8.981 (Petition for Involuntary Termination of Parental Rights); 8.983 (Adjudication Order and Judgment of Involuntary Termination of Parental Rights); and new form 8.975 (Dependency Order Withholding Adjudication). The court invites all interested persons to comment on the committee’s proposed amendments, which are summarized below and reproduced in full online at www.floridasupremecourt.org/decisions/proposed.shtml. An original and nine paper copies of all comments must be filed with the court on or before April 3, with a certificate of service verifying that a copy has been served on Alan Abramowitz, committee chair, 400 West Robinson St., Orlando 32801-1782, as well as a separate request for oral argument if the person filing the comment wishes to participate in oral argument, which may be scheduled in this case for June. The committee chair has until April 18, 2006, to file a response to any comments filed with the court. Electronic copies of all comments also must be filed in accordance with In re Mandatory Submission of Electronic Copies of Documents, Fla. Admin. Order No. AOSC04-84 (Sept. 13, 2004). IN THE SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA IN RE: AMENDMENTS TO THE FLORIDA RULES OF JUVENILE PROCEDURE (THREE YEAR CYCLE), CASE NO. SC06-140 PROPOSED AMENDMENTS March 1, 2006 Regular News Proposed juveniles rules changeslast_img read more

Mayweather shows off punching power at 43

first_imgRelatedPosts Sexual assault: McGregor awaits physical test, video evidence Sexual assault charge: UFC superstar denies allegation, released without charge Fury: Wilder’ll be dangerous than ever Floyd Mayweather showed off his incredible punching power at 43 years old in a brilliant training clip as talks over his return continue. The American has been retired for three years since beating Conor McGregor for a 50-fight unbeaten run. But rumours have emerged of another return from retirement for the boxer. And footage from his Instagram channel shows Mayweather is keeping himself in shape. In the clip, the 43-year-old is in the the Mayweather Gym in Las Vegas, USA. He is taking on the punching bag, donning a blue T-shirt and some red gloves. And the former boxer hits the bag with some light punches before landing a powerful right-hander. Mayweather then swings in with both hands before firing some short shots. The bag echoes from the punches, which are being fired in at pace by Mayweather. He yells out while punching before jogging lightly on his toes. Mayweather finishes the exercise with two big right-hand punches and a brutal combination. This footage was shared on the American’s Instagram channel, earning more than a million views in six hours. It comes as the 43-year-old made a decision about a rematch with McGregor after a difficult month. Mayweather suffered two family tragedies within eight days last month as ex-girlfriend Josie Harris, the mother of three of his children, passed away. And uncle Roger, the main main in his corner for the majority of his glittering career, died at the age of 58 last Wednesday. This has seen Mayweather decide that the proposed comeback will not take place in 2020. While the former boxer has also been linked with a UFC bout against reigning lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. It would see the Russian rake in around $100 million [£78 million] if the pair went head-to-head in the Octagon, with a fight speculated in the Middle East. The rumours emerged after Mayweather was spotted at a Los Angeles Clippers game with UFC chief Dana White.Tags: Conor McGregorFloyd MayweatherLas Vegaslast_img read more

Second annual veterans race slated for Nov. 8

first_img Latest Posts Latest posts by Taylor Vortherms (see all) ELLSWORTH — The Down East Family YMCA has partnered with The Summit Project for its second annual Veterans Remembrance 4-miler.The event — slated for Sunday, Nov. 8 — will feature 10 stones representing fallen service members from Maine — a state with one of the highest concentrations of veterans in the nation. Ten local runners will carry each stone the extent of the course.YMCA fitness instructor Robin Clarke organized the first Veterans Day-themed race last November after competing in last year’s “Run for the Fallen” in Brunswick.“The Run for the Fallen really touched me,” Clarke said. “I couldn’t believe we didn’t have something like that in this area.”This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThis year, Ellsworth resident Joelle Ingalls presented Clarke with a new idea for the race.“I just saw this tiny little project and it just blossomed,” Ingalls said, referring to The Summit Project. “It’s a living memorial to Maine soldiers who have fallen.”The Summit Project — founded by a Maine veteran, Maj. David J. Cote — honors fallen service members from Maine by engraving their initials on tribute stones, which volunteers carry on treks throughout Maine and elsewhere.“You carry the stone, feel the weight and figure out over those miles how the weight you’re carrying has affected their loved ones,” Ingalls said.Ingalls said stones have been taken on journeys as far away as Mount Everest.Cote offered to lend Ingalls 10 of the project’s least-carried stones to honor them in this weekend’s race.“Supposedly, they’re the ones that haven’t gotten as much time in the limelight,” Ingalls said. “We don’t want their service to go forgotten.”Ingalls did her research and thoughtfully assigned each runner a veteran with whom she saw a connection.For example, she assigned Clarke, an avid runner, to Army Capt. Christopher S. Cash — also a runner who now has an annual 5K named in his honor called “Run for Cash” in Old Orchard Beach.“I just knew it would be the perfect matchup,” Ingalls said. “I get lost on the project’s website. I’ve read most of the profiles of these people.”One factor Ingalls was unable to account for in her assignments was the size of the rocks — which are hand-selected by the soldiers’ families and come in all different shapes, sizes and textures.“I have no idea what the stones will look like,” Ingalls said. “That makes it kind of fun.”Clarke said regardless of the stones’ sizes, runners are expected to carry them the entire four miles.“It might take some longer to finish because they have this behemoth stone, but we can’t quit,” Clarke said. “We can walk, crawl, drag… Whatever it takes.”Locals who will be carrying a stone are Ingalls, Clarke, Tony McKim, Jessica Casey, Patrick Kimmel, Heidi Garrison, Josh Steward, Jason Garrison, Steve Sullivan and Dotty Small.These volunteers are required to learn about their soldier and compose a post-event reflection letter addressed to the service member’s family.The rest of the race is open to the public and will begin at 8:30 a.m. at the YMCA. Registration opens at 8. The cost per entry is $15.Proceeds from the event — sponsored by The First — will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project and The Summit Project.“We take care of our own,” Ingalls said. “This is a way for people to give back.”Find more information at defymca.org or thesummitproject.org. Part 2: When the injury is inside your head, some “don’t get it” – July 26, 2016 Part 1: Invisible, incapacitating concussions are sidelining high school athletes – July 19, 2016center_img Bio Taylor VorthermsSports Editor at The Ellsworth AmericanTaylor Vortherms covers sports in Hancock County. The St. Louis, Missouri native recently graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism and joined The Ellsworth American in 2013. EHS names new boys’ soccer coach – July 13, 2016last_img read more

Gülnar Yunus to Sign for FC Celik Soon?

first_imgYoung Turkish footballer Gülnar Yunus (18), who was born in the Belgian city of Genk, arrived today to the test and did the first training with Football Club Celik from Zenica.Gülnar can play in midfield and on the wing position. He played in the Belgian Club Brugge. He was tested by the English giant Manchester City, Madrid clubs Real and Atletico, and last year he tried to assert in the Turkish Galatasaray.In our country he arrived in September, when he joined the junior team of Sarajevo, with whom he trained until December.The information that the agreement between Gulnar and FC Celik will be signed these days was announced from the source close to the Sarajevo Times.(Source: avaz)last_img read more