Architect Decries Scapegoating in Oklahoma Jail Project
- Okla. County Scrounges Up Enough Cash to Keep Jail Going. // Bond Buyer;8/28/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31708, p4
Focuses on the financial condition of the Grady County jail in Oklahoma. Overview of a revenue bond issue sold to build the jail; Assessment of the overall financial crisis in the county; Response of voters of the county on financing the jail construction; Opinion of Lawrence Goldberg,...
- Assault unproven, acquittal. // Body Politic;Nov81, Issue 78, p12
Reports on the acquittal of a man on charges of indecent assault against two male teenagers. Factors that lead to the judgment; Punishment given to the defendant; Amount of peace bond to be given by the accused.
- Atkinson walks free. // Building Design;9/12/2003, Issue 1593, p2
Reports on the acquittal of landscape architect George Atkinson from the excessive payment charges in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
- The Law's Technicalities. // America;12/1/1928, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p173
The article focuses on the case of Robert W. Stewart who was involved in the Hardington oil-reserve scandal. It says that on November 20, 1928, Stewart was acquitted by a Washington court when he told the court that he had not received certain bonds which the Senate committee was anxious to...
- Missouri architect draws creative financial plans for county jails. Albanese, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer;12/09/99, Vol. 330 Issue 30784, p3
Reports on the financial plans drawn by architect Lawrence Goldberg for county jails in the United States. Knowledge of the bond market; Replacement of outdated jails.
- Architect Goes Beyond Designing Jails to Helping Finance Them. Albanese, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer;10/12/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 30994, p7
Reports on the plans of Lawrence Goldberg in financing jail facilities in the United States. Launching of a firm that will provide underwriting and financial advisory services to government hoping to build jails; Research conducted by Goldberg.
- Hate crime call sparked by acquittal. Kimmons, Sean // Hays Free Press (Buda, TX);7/21/2010, Vol. 107 Issue 16, p1A
The article reports that the acquittal of a Kyle husband and wife charged with assaulting their Hispanic neighbors by a jury at the 22nd District Court in San Marcos, Texas has triggered contention from the local branch of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), calling the assault...
- Justice!!! // New Internationalist;Oct96, Issue 284, p6
Outlines instances in which persons were acquitted of criminal damage charges and dismissed by a jury. Examination of charges which were dismissed against four persons for damage to the Hawk fighter jet; Information on the ruling on gays and lesbians by Zimbabwe high court.
- IN PROGRESS: THE ORCHARD. // Retail Traffic;Oct2005, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p20
Focuses on the construction of the Orchard Town Center in Westminster, Colorado. Developer; Size; Target year of opening; Type; Architect; Worth of bonds and certificates of participation sold by city officials to help fund public improvements.