“We sacrificed a lot to get our dignity back,” she says.
Whether you’re ready to return to college or starting for the first time, we’ve got you covered - tuition free! at the Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County, Tipton County Public Library, rooms 139 and 140. Contact: Rebecca Reeves, Adult Student Coordinator [email protected]/731-288-7514 What is TN Reconnect?
Financial aid and the Adult Student Coordinator will be on hand to answer questions. Going back to school to earn your degree or certificate may seem overwhelming or financially impossible - that's why we have a dedicated staff in place to help you figure out the steps to take and make it easier from start to finish.
Students can come and complete their DSCC application, receive help with the 2018-2019 FAFSA, and begin the TN Reconnect application. The TN Reconnect grant is a last-dollar scholarship that will allow all Tennessee adults, who qualify, to attend an eligible institution free of tuition and mandatory fees. At Dyersburg State, we know that working, providing for your family and other household responsibilities are a reality for most adult learners.Eight years later police were investigating Lanier for taking kickbacks from local lawyers.When they began hearing that he had groped and even raped women, their investigation switched focus.Four years ago, Lanier, now 62, was sentenced to 25 years in prison on two felony and five misdemeanor counts of using the power of his office to violate the civil rights of five women by sexually assaulting them in his chambers.The conviction was overturned last year because Lanier was tried under a federal civil-rights statute, which, a U. appeals court ruled, did not apply to sex crimes, even those committed by federal officials. Dick Howard, a constitutional law professor at the University of Virginia, says the Supreme Court’s ruling against Lanier “would certainly be favorable, not unfavorable, to a cause of action like Paula Jones’s.” Whatever its implications, the case against Lanier involved a grotesque abuse of power.In 1990, Archie interviewed with Lanier for a job as his secretary.Newly divorced, with a 20-month-old daughter, she was desperate for a steady paycheck. And when you died, he probated your will,” says Joey Mc Dowell, a police investigator in Dyersburg. If your kids got in trouble, you’d see him in juvenile court.At his three-week trial in Memphis, which began on Dec. “I have never forced myself on any woman at any time,” he told the court.“I’m a hugging-type person.” Publicly, Lanier portrayed his accusers as loose women who had engaged in consensual sex.