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Report: Delaware Legal System Remains Nation’s Best

A new survey by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce ranked Delaware first for the fairness and reasonableness of the state’s legal system, rating the state number one for the tenth consecutive time since the periodic surveys began in 2002.




Governor Markell Thanks Vice Chancellor Parsons for His Service to Delaware

Governor Jack Markell thanked Vice Chancellor Donald F. Parsons, Jr. for his many years of service to the State of Delaware.




Department of Justice Highlights Include Guilty Verdict in Shooting and Guilty Plea for Heroin Trafficking

WILMINGTON, DE – Deputy Attorneys General within the Delaware Department of Justice had several significant successes last week. Trial success: Deputy Attorney General Sonia Augusthy secured a conviction against 26-year-old Marcus Rosser of New Castle, in a jury trial on first degree assault, first degree robbery, two counts of possession of a firearm during the […]




Department of Justice Highlights Include Robbery and DUI Convictions, and a Prison Sentence for Child Abuse

WILMINGTON, DE – Deputy Attorneys General within the Delaware Department of Justice had several significant successes recently. Trials: Deputy Attorneys General Matt Frawley and Christina Kontis secured a guilty verdict against Leshawn Buckham, 28, of Wilmington, on two counts of first degree robbery. Buckham was seen shoplifting from the Sears in the Concord Mall in […]




Department of Justice Highlights Include a Guilty Plea from a Teen Shooter, and Prison Time for an Attempted Bank Robber

WILMINGTON, DE – Deputy Attorneys General within the Delaware Department of Justice had several significant successes recently, including a case where a juvenile was adjudicated as an adult for a crime involving a firearm, consistent with Attorney General Denn’s announced focus on teens with guns. Resolutions: Deputy Attorneys General Jamie McCloskey and Caterina Gatto secured […]







 Pages Tagged With: "courts"

Report: Delaware Legal System Remains Nation’s Best

A new survey by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce ranked Delaware first for the fairness and reasonableness of the state’s legal system, rating the state number one for the tenth consecutive time since the periodic surveys began in 2002.




Governor Markell Thanks Vice Chancellor Parsons for His Service to Delaware

Governor Jack Markell thanked Vice Chancellor Donald F. Parsons, Jr. for his many years of service to the State of Delaware.




Department of Justice Highlights Include Guilty Verdict in Shooting and Guilty Plea for Heroin Trafficking

WILMINGTON, DE – Deputy Attorneys General within the Delaware Department of Justice had several significant successes last week. Trial success: Deputy Attorney General Sonia Augusthy secured a conviction against 26-year-old Marcus Rosser of New Castle, in a jury trial on first degree assault, first degree robbery, two counts of possession of a firearm during the […]




Department of Justice Highlights Include Robbery and DUI Convictions, and a Prison Sentence for Child Abuse

WILMINGTON, DE – Deputy Attorneys General within the Delaware Department of Justice had several significant successes recently. Trials: Deputy Attorneys General Matt Frawley and Christina Kontis secured a guilty verdict against Leshawn Buckham, 28, of Wilmington, on two counts of first degree robbery. Buckham was seen shoplifting from the Sears in the Concord Mall in […]




Department of Justice Highlights Include a Guilty Plea from a Teen Shooter, and Prison Time for an Attempted Bank Robber

WILMINGTON, DE – Deputy Attorneys General within the Delaware Department of Justice had several significant successes recently, including a case where a juvenile was adjudicated as an adult for a crime involving a firearm, consistent with Attorney General Denn’s announced focus on teens with guns. Resolutions: Deputy Attorneys General Jamie McCloskey and Caterina Gatto secured […]