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Welcome to Charlie Buttrey's blog. Explore Charlie's insights on current legal issues and concerns and how they relate to our world... as well as, other subjects that have caught his eye and interest.

If you're interested in learning more about Charlie, his philosophy, and legal expertise, visit his website - CharlieButtrey.com 


 

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  1. September 24, 2020 For those of us who, in these extremely dark and difficult times, are search for something — anything — that might lift our spirits, I got something. 89-year-old Chuck Feeney does not own a car. He rents a small apartment. He flies economy class. He only owns one pair of shoes. And...

    The post It’s not all bad appeared first on Charlie Buttrey.

  2. September 23, 2020 I have been coaching middle school cross-country for a number of years, and today may have been the best day of all. I received word that WE’RE GOING TO HAVE A MEET this Saturday. In the age of the COVID-19 virus, this is huge.  HUGE, I say! The only reason this can...

    The post Vermont is kicking COVID’s butt appeared first on Charlie Buttrey.

  3. September 22, 2020 Back in November of 2018, prosecutors allege, Bennington, Vermont resident Robert Billington had sex with a woman on several occasions without telling her that he was HIV-positive. On one occasion, the woman claims, she even asked him directly if he had any sexually-transmitted diseases, and he said he did not. Prosecutors brought...

    The post Don’t ask, don’t tell appeared first on Charlie Buttrey.

  4. September 21, 2020 Okay… it’s a slow day on the blogging front (as you’ll figure out once you read this post). Still, check this out: Among the things that we have lost during the pandemic is the visit to the neighborhood dive bar. You know the place: it’s dark, it’s dank, it’s nasty, and yet...

    The post The cure for the COVID-19 blues appeared first on Charlie Buttrey.

  5. September 20, 2020 After being charged with the offense of being a felony in possession of a firearm, Seneca Harrison found himself in a federal courtroom facing a difficult decision. The government had offered him a plea deal: In exchange for his guilty plea, both sides would argue for a sentence between 70 and 87...

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