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Stearns County Working to Get Caught Up on Trials
The COVID-19 pandemic put a hold or pushed back numerous court trials in Stearns County. Stearns County Attorney Janelle Kendall joined me on WJON today. She says they held 25 jury trials during the pandemic restrictions but are now playing catch up with the trials that were pushed back.
McNeary To Be Taken Into Federal Marshal Custody [PODCAST]
Ray Reco McNeary is expected to be taken into custody by Federal Marshals today for the attempted bank robbery and taking of hostages at the Wells Fargo Bank in St. Cloud last week. Stearns County Attorney Janelle Kendall joined on WJON today. She says McNeary was taken by St. Cloud FBI agents to Sherburne County per request by US Marshals. Once he arrives at Sherburne’s federal holding facility, he will be in the custody of the USMS.
Stearns County Adjusting Human Trafficking Strategies [PODCAST]
Stearns County Attorney Janelle Kendall joined me on WJON today. She says the county has adjusted how they are pursuing those involved with human trafficking due to the pandemic. Kendall says trafficking is still happening and typically those involved with trafficking are also involved with drug sales.
Kendall; Virtual Court Has Been Productive [PODCAST]
Stearns County Attorney Janelle Kendall joined me on WJON today. She talked about the possibility of a venue change for the Derek Chauvin trial. Kendall says we don't even know if the trial will move out of Hennepin County but will find out if that is to happen on September 11.
My Life; Stearns County Attorney Janelle Kendall [PODCAST]
WJON's Saturday morning feature this week is on Stearns County Attorney and lead singer of Walter's Wheelhouse, Janelle Kendall. Janelle grew up in Blooming Prairie, Minnesota and was very involved lots of extra curricular activities in high school and had a love of music and law early in life.
Stearns County Doing Legal Work Remotely [PODCAST]
Stearns County Attorney Janelle Kendall joined me on WJON today. She talked about how Covid-19 has forced them to adjust their day to day activities. Meetings with judges and lawyers are done online and prisoners are not being transported from prisons.

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