Garvin George sentencing traversed to January 2012 assizes

first_img Tweet 33 Views   no discussions Court gavel. Image via: lazytechguys.comGarvin George of Calibishie will have to wait until the January Criminal Assizes to know what sentence he will receive as High Court Judge Bernie Stephenson-Brooks ordered that a Social Welfare report be conducted.Garvin George was found guilty of the murder of Julien Junior Joseph of Vieille Case by a nine member jury on November 23rd, 2011 and had to return to court on December 5th, 2011 for sentencing. His lawyer Wayne Norde and counsel for the State Director of Public Prosecutions Gene Pestaina were directed on November 23rd, 2011 to file brief written submissions regarding sentencing by the 2nd of December 2011.However, Justice Stephenson-Brooks said on Monday that a report from the Social Welfare is essential to assist the Court in determining a proper sentence. His family members as well as relatives of the deceased Julien Junior Joseph are to be interviewed by the Social Welfare Department.The trial has therefore been traversed to the January 2012 assizes which is scheduled to commence on the 24th of January, 2012.Dominica Vibes News Share Sharecenter_img Sharing is caring! LocalNews Garvin George sentencing traversed to January 2012 assizes by: – December 6, 2011 Sharelast_img read more

No. 5 Syracuse rides balanced attack to 16-7 win over No. 12 Albany

first_imgAfter losing five of its top six scorers and its entire starting midfield to graduation, Desko said Syracuse would spend the early portion of the season sorting out who will replace them. On Sunday, the Orange proved it won’t fall on a single person.“After (last season), it was kind of on our shoulders, especially just middies in general,” DeJoe said. “People had to step up and take on that role.”With the game still up for grabs midway through the third quarter, the 6-foot-7 Lane lured in the defense and passed to an open Devin Shewell in the teeth of Albany’s defense. From 5 yards out, the freshman coolly scored to give Syracuse a five-goal lead.Even as Donahue, who had four goals and five assists last week against Siena, was limited to a relatively quiet one goal and four assists, Syracuse’s role players picked up the slack. Albany goalie Blaze Riorden said Donahue fell under the “known” category in the game plan, but players like DeJoe and Lane weren’t given as much recognition.“Every game you see guys like Dylan Donahue putting up six-, seven-point games,” Riorden said. “To limit guys like that, we got to limit the rest of them.”SU led 12-6 after three quarters and Mariano, Lane, DeJoe and Shewell each had two goals. No one else on the Orange had more than one. As Albany’s defense slid from the bottom of the field, Syracuse’s shooters could capitalize on the Great Danes’ hesitation at the top. And Mariano, Lane and DeJoe’s best skill is their shooting ability.“If you look at the guys that put up points today, they were shooters,” Desko said. “… Our shooters made good today on the opportunities they had.”Desko has previously likened DeJoe to a 3-point shooter in basketball and Albany head coach Scott Marr said the Orange excelled at spreading out his defense with its variety of scoring threats.With the game already out of reach in the fourth quarter, Syracuse kept piling on. It finally ended when Lane stood near the top of the restraining box and instead of dodging to the goal, he passed it off to Mariano who put the final nail in the Great Danes’ coffin.“When you play a team with that many threats,” Marr said, “yeah it is difficult to play defense against.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Related Stories Ben Williams dominates No. 12 Albany at the face-off X in Syracuse’s 16-7 winInjury update: Nick Piroli ‘week-to-week,’ Tim Barber’s status uncertainGallery: No. 5 Syracuse improves to 2-0 with 16-7 win over No. 12 AlbanyON THE RADAR Published on February 21, 2016 at 8:51 pm Contact Paul: pmschwed@syr.edu | @pschweds Liam Sheehan | Asst. Photo Editor Matt Lane drove toward the goal from the left wing. It was the same move he had used two previous times this season. As he stumbled to the ground, the ball flew out of his stick, across the face of the goal and over the sideline.The first shot in his first career start wasn’t even close. But 10 minutes later, Lane caught a pass from Dylan Donahue, crow-hopped and unleashed a bullet 15 yards from the goal. It pushed Syracuse’s lead to 7-4 and came in the middle of an eight-goal stretch in which all of its goals came outside its starting attack.A year removed from SU’s first-line attack accounting for 55 percent of Syracuse’s points, it was diverse scoring from the midfield that separated the Orange in a 16-7 win over Albany.“That’s what we’d like to be standard,” SU head coach John Desko said. “That’s how we like to play. We don’t want to give the ball to one person all the time. If they get stopped, then our team stops and our offense stops. We want to share the ball like we did today.”With starting attack Nick Piroli out with a lower-body injury and midfielder Tim Barber, who moved up to attack in his absence, out for the second half, No. 5 Syracuse (2-0) relied on its depth to surge past No. 12 Albany (0-1) on Sunday in the Carrier Dome. Lane, typically on the second line, had two goals and two assists while fellow midfielders Derek DeJoe and Nick Mariano each had three goals.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

Brand Content Red BullStyle

first_imgCreate the kind of brand content that scored Red Bull millions of new fans, followers, and viewers.brand contentBrian Morrissey, Editor-in-Chief of Digiday, writes that thanks to their unique style of brand content and their latest stunt involving the skydive from the “edge of space,” the entire marketing world is waking up “with Red Bull envy.”“You can imagine how many brands will look at” the skydiving stunt “and ask their agencies to ‘get me one of those,’” but Morrissey claims that it’s “easier said than done.” Still, he presents a list of ways to create the kind of brand content that gets noticed. Start by focusing on what works and creating “content at the center” that you know a huge segment of your audience will appreciate. After that, always stay on brand, even as you balance your company’s familiar message with your more creative ideas. And, as always, be sure to take risks when you’re planning your new brand content – as long as those risks keep you within your core message.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more