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    The Court has been informed of a new phishing scam that is making its way around the Internet. In this scam, an e-mail is sent from informing the recipient that he or she has been selected for jury duty and needs to appear at the Federal Courthouse within three weeks.

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    The COVID-19 pandemic in the Navajo Nation has been particularly serious because of poor health, food and limited access to essential services. As of June 3, 2021, Arizona has administered 5,997,066 COVID-19 vaccine doses, and has fully vaccinated 2,413,329 people, equivalent to 34.23 percent of the population.

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  6. code of judicial administration - AOL Search Results

    The Philippine Judicial Academy (PHILJA) is the “training school for justices, judge, court personnel, lawyers and aspirants to judicial posts.”. It was originally created by the Supreme Court on March 16, 1996 by virtue of Administrative Order No. 35-96, and was institutionalized on February 26, 1998 by virtue of Republic Act No. 8557.


  8. Ron Watkins - Wikipedia

    Ronald Watkins (born 1987 or 1988) is an American conspiracy theorist and site administrator of the imageboard website 8chan. He has played a major role in spreading the discredited far-right QAnon conspiracy theory, and has promulgated baseless conspiracy theories that widespread election fraud led to Joe Biden's victory over Donald Trump in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.

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    He is the first company employee sent to prison in the scandal. (The New York Times) Donald Trump presidential pardons. U.S. President Donald Trump pardons former sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona, Joe Arpaio. (The Washington Post), Politics and elections. Political appointments by Donald Trump