Sallie was originally convicted and sentenced to death in 1991, but the Georgia Supreme Court later ordered a new trial after it was disclosed that one of the defense attorneys had a conflict of interest. The defence team made those arguments in a clemency petition to the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles, urging it to act as a "fail safe" against a miscarriage of justice.
The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania set the bond one day after representatives of President-elect Donald Trump requested a $10 million bond, according to court papers. Stein's recount efforts have faced fierce pushback from Trump's team, which filed complaints last week in the three states to halt the recount efforts.
Don't worry: There's also a big tribute to Carpool Karaoke , featuring the late night host and YouTube pro James Corden . Among some of the trends featured are the Running Man dance , the "Damn Daniel" phenomenon, the bottle flip craze, Game Of Throne's Hodor and the "Dab" - all culminating in a huge pillow fight featuring a panda and a lot of fireworks.
The three-day summit had focused on the conflicts in Ukraine and Syria, highlighting the disagreements between Russian Federation and its allies and many Western countries. In his speech, Foreign Minister of Belarus outlined the importance of restoring the viability of the regime of control over conventional arms in Europe, that would meet the current military-political situation on the continent.
It is understood litter bins are being redesigned so rats can not enter them. The auto ban would remove half of all cars on the roads based on license plate numbers (only even-numbered plates were allowed on the 6), while making public transportation free for the day, including the Paris metro and bus services, as well as the Velib bike-share and Autolib electric car-sharing services.
Glenn was admitted to the James Cancer Hospital at the Ohio State University last week, a spokesman said Wednesday , although it wasn't immediately reported why. Glenn has made history in space twice. Born in Cambridge, Ohio, Glenn served in the U.S. Senate as a moderate Democrat from Ohio from 1974 to 1999.