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In Florida, a judge's thoughtful approach is throwing a creative curve ball to troubled youth: When minors end up in her courtroom and have to pay back society with community service, Judge Merrilee Ehrlich makes kids do their time by writing poetry.
On Friday in Broward County Courtroom 4840, before an audience that included a bailiff and her mother, Therasmond read the poem she penned called "Suffocation."...All this pressure is suffocation that won't let me live free." Therasmond was one of
Ehrlich will be joining the Washington D.C. offices of King & Spalding, a mega-lawfirm with offices all over the globe. Ehrlich said he will be doing government affairs work for the firm, which will include attracting new clients...The former
A second man was also fired in connection with the same incident after he posted a comment on Facebook encouraging people not to spend money at the same employer's business. I find that the nature of the comments made towards the supervisors were
Radio Friday confirmed that Kendel Ehrlich is leaving the station, and will be replaced Saturday mornings on air by Clarence Mitchell IV starting tomorrow. Both general manager Ed Kiernan and news director Mark Miller characterized the move as
He's fed through a tube, she said, while her older boy has been hospitalized seven times for his outbursts, and nothing seems to help. If that weren't bad enough, she said, "We have received no services" from the state's Developmental Disabilities
Less than a month after bruising top-of-ticket losses on Election Day , Maryland Republicans have quickly discovered life after Ehrlich, seating a new lineup of local elected officials on the party's bench and fielding a surprisingly diverse range of
Giant electronic ads will soon join big banners in the Denver Theatre District, changing the city's look and feel Posted: 11/26/2010 10:22:31 PM MST Updated: 11/26/2010 10:22:44 PM MST Wether the regrettably titled "Denver Theatre District" was
Ehrlich responded "no comment" on Saturday when asked about the calls. Maryland's Attorney General filed a federal complaint against Ehrlich consultant Julius Henson and one other person over the robocalls, which told supporters of incumbent Gov.
Anonymous election night robocalls saying the race was over when polls were still open sought to suppress the black vote, Maryland's attorney general alleged. This violated federal law and the violations were willful, meriting triple damages, Douglas