Her first time on the stand, she said, haunted her for almost two decades.
Jones had been the star witness in the 1993 trial of Chester Hollman III, charged with killing a University of Pennsylvania student.
Hollman, a 21-year-old with no criminal history, had been picked up minutes after the murder and blocks from the scene.
Detectives found no physical evidence tying him to the crime.
Free testified that labial adhesions in young girls are caused by a lack of estrogen, which is normal in pre-pubertal females, as well as caused by irritation, whether it is hygiene or trauma.
was sexually abused.[¶ 5.] Nicole alleges that on November 30, 2008, she again witnessed Todd sexually abusing B.
Dakota State University also offers multiple forms of face-to-face training on Title IX issues annually, and through the entire year.
Examples include new hire orientation, new and returning student orientation, GS100 classes, Residential Hall programming and Athletic meetings.
Munson of Woods, Fuller, Shultz & Smith, PC, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Attorneys for plaintiff and appellant. Haugaard, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Attorney for defendant and appellee. Background[¶ 2.] Todd and Nicole married on May 23, 1998.
[¶ 1.] Todd Pieper (Todd) and Nicole Pieper (Nicole) have two children, B. They had two children during their marriage—a daughter (B.
These trainings, along with brochures, posters, newsletters, health fairs and other marketing efforts are designed to raise awareness of the issues surrounding Title IX rights and responsibilities, and to provide a context for appropriate actions.
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Nicole appeals the divorce decree, asserting that: (1) the circuit court abused its discretion by granting Todd visitation under an erroneous legal conclusion and applying an incorrect burden of proof; (2) the circuit court abused its discretion when evaluating conflicting testimony from experts; (3) the circuit court abused its discretion by delegating its duty to determine the best interests of the child to a social worker; and (4) the circuit court erroneously valued Nicole's retirement.