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Defense Seeks to Avoid a Rush to Judgment Verdict

by Antoinnette Borbon  In the state’s case against a young man from Oregon who allegedly led authorities on a dangerously high-speed chase, jurors were probed about the ability to make a sound decision without exercising a “rush to judgment verdict.” During jury selection today, Public Defender Dan Hutchinson along with Deputy District Attorney, Matt Demura, questioned the...

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Davis Vanguard
The Innocence of Ajay Dev

The Innocence of Ajay Dev

By Patty Pursell (Editor’s note: This was the speech delivered by Patty Pursell in accepting the Vanguard Justice Award for her work on behalf of Ajay Dev) I cannot thank David Greenwald enough for starting the Judicial Watch and for bringing to the forefront some of the problems that need addressing in our current...

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Davis Vanguard
Support for the Davis Downtown

Nov 18, 2014

“We, the undersigned organizations, appreciate the ongoing support and partnership we enjoy with Davis Downtown.  Many thanks for all you do for the Davis community!” -ASUCD, Armando Figueroa -ASUCD Picnic Day Committee, Grace Scott -Cal Aggie Alumni Association, Jane Eadie -City of Davis, Community Development Dept., Mike Webb -City of Davis, Chief Innovation Officer,...

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Davis Vanguard
Park and Shop in Downtown Davis

Nov 18, 2014

Free & Unlimited Weekend Parking During This Holiday Season in Downtown Davis Starts on Small Business Saturday, November 29, 2014 Here is another thing to check off your holiday wish list: free parking in Downtown Davis. Shoppers coming to Downtown Davis this holiday season will be given free & unlimited parking during the holiday...

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Police: Davis Teacher ‘Inappropriately’ Touched Former Student

Nov 17, 2014
Police: Davis Teacher ‘Inappropriately’ Touched Former Student

DAVIS- Davis Joint School District officials held an emergency press conference Monday morning, after one of the district’s longtime teachers was arrested for sexual battery. On Sept. 14, Davis Police received calls that 40-year-old John O’Brien, a science teacher at Frances Harper Jr. High, allegedly went to a 16-year-old boy’s home, and and inappropriately...

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Monday Morning Thoughts: Disagree That City’s Structural Deficit is Solved

Nov 17, 2014

Dan Carson submitted the guest piece yesterday and opened it with the bold assertion, “new data suggest that the city’s once-formidable $5 million structural budget shortfall is, for all practical purposes, solved.” While there is certainly a lot of good news to report including the fact that “he 2013-14 fiscal year that ended in...

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Eye on the Court: Does a 52 year to Life Sentence Violate Constitutional Rights of Marsh?

Nov 17, 2014

Listening to our keynote speaker this weekend talk about his case in Orange County where the very egregious misconduct occurred regarding a clearly and admittedly guilty individual got me thinking back to our own Daniel Marsh case. There are a number of key issues that the courts are going to have to work out...

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Bamboo and More
What’s in bloom, mid-November 2014

What’s in bloom, mid-November 2014

Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day, a meme originally introduced by May Dreams Gardens, is the 15th of each month. I usually miss it, being as unorganized as I am. This month, however, I’m only two days off, so I thought it would be nice to take a look at what’s blooming in...

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Davis Vanguard
Award Given to Supporters of Wrongly Convicted Rapist

Nov 17, 2014

(Press release from Advocates for Ajay) Of course not! But last night Advocates for Ajay received an award at the Davis Vanguard Awards Ceremony for their efforts to educate the public about the wrongful conviction of Ajay Dev. Over 1,000 people believe Ajay has been wrongfully convicted for the alleged rape of his adopted...

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Sunday Commentary: Shared Management, Fire Reforms Are Working, So Why So Worried?

Nov 16, 2014
Sunday Commentary: Shared Management, Fire Reforms Are Working, So Why So Worried?

Earlier this week, I weighed in on my assessment for the future of the shared management agreement for the Davis and UC Davis fire departments, I said that it could go either way at this point, but clearly July 1, 2015 is going to be a critical date when the agreement will either automatically...

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