Armstead Declares May ‘Treatment Court Month’

Tim Armstead, chief justice of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, declared May 'Treatment Court Month' to recognize an alternative to incarceration that addresses substance use disorder.

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Hearing Will Determine Whether Two Jefferson County Officials Stay In Office

Two members of the Jefferson County Commission could be removed from office, depending on a court ruling. The commissioners skipped months of meetings in protest of vacancy proceedings.

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Morgantown Man Indicted In Assault Of Capitol Police Will Stay In Jail, Judge Rules

A federal judge ruled Monday that George Tanios, a Morgantown man indicted on charges of conspiracy to injure U.S. Capitol Police during the Jan. 6 Capitol riots, will stay in jail pending a trial. One officer, Brian Sicknick, died the next day.In his ruling, Magistrate Judge Michael Aloi said he could not ignore the broader context of the Capitol riots.

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