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Charges dismissed against man who allegedly assaulted Judge Wolff inside Lowe’s

Bexar County authorities have dismissed the disorderly conduct charge against the San Antonio man who allegedly assaulted Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff inside a Lowe’s Home Improvement store



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Terry Toller, 47, turned himself in after officials said he allegedly assaulted Judge Wolff inside the store in June. He was arrested on a warrant for assaulting a peace officer/judge, which is a 2nd-degree felony. 

However, just a few hours later, the charge was reduced to a Class C misdemeanor. The LaHood Norton Law Group said they would be representing Toller.

BCSO said Judge Wolff was approaching the checkout counter inside the Lowe’s off I-10 and Callaghan Road when the cashier asked Toller ahead of him to wear a mask. According to Wolff, Toller became belligerent and started berating the cashier.

Wolff told investigators he stepped in to break up the altercation and explain recent

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Assistant DA dismisses disorderly conduct charge against man who allegedly assaulted Judge Wolff inside Lowe’s

Judge Nelson Wolff said he went to give the customer his card and said the man knocked it out of his hand before taking off from the store.

SAN ANTONIO — District Attorney Joe Gonzales has dismissed the disorderly conduct charge against the San Antonio man who allegedly assaulted Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff inside a Lowe’s Home Improvement store

The man accused of the incident turned himself in after officials said he allegedly assaulted Judge Wolff inside the store in June. He was arrested on a warrant for assaulting a peace officer/judge, which is a 2nd degree felony. 

However, just a few hours later, the charge was reduced to a Class C misdemeanor. The LaHood Norton Law Group said they would be representing the man.

BCSO said Judge Wolff was approaching the checkout counter inside the Lowe’s off I-10 and Callaghan Road when the cashier asked the customer ahead

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Lori Loughlin gets judge approval to serve 2-month prison term close to home in Victorville, Calif.

It’s a small victory for Lori Loughlin, who has gotten the OK from the judge in the college admissions scandal to serve her prison time at the facility of her choice.



Lori Loughlin et al. posing for the camera: A judge has OKed Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli's prison selections. (Photo: REUTERS/Josh Reynolds)


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A judge has OKed Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli’s prison selections. (Photo: REUTERS/Josh Reynolds)

The Fuller House actress, who pleaded guilty last month, has the green light from Judge Nathaniel M. Gorton to serve her two-month sentence at Federal Correctional Institution, Victorville in Calif., according to federal court documents filed on Sept. 9. It’s a medium-security federal correctional institution with an adjacent minimum-security satellite camp that houses about 300 women, about 100 miles northeast of her posh Bel-Air neighborhood in L.A.

The Bureau of Prisons has the ultimate say in where Loughlin ends up, however, but they will likely follow the judge’s recommendation. (A rep for the BOP has not yet responded to

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UK judge halts Home Office flight to remove asylum seekers



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A senior high court judge has halted a charter flight hours before up to 20 asylum seekers who crossed the Channel to the UK in small boats were due to be forcibly removed to Spain, a country they had previously passed through.

The judge, Sir Duncan Ouseley, ordered the flight to be grounded because of concerns the asylum seekers due to fly might be left destitute in the streets of Madrid as happened to a group of asylum seekers earlier this month.

It is thought to be only the second time an entire Home Office charter flight has been grounded by a high court action.

Under regulations known as Dublin III, one European country can return asylum seekers to another they have previously passed through if there is evidence of this in the form of fingerprints or other proof.

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