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Kevin Hervert, a senior advertising major, rakes leaves
at Centennial Mall with members of Delta Upsilon
Fraternity Sunday afternoon. The cleanup project was
one of several volunteer activities members of the
fraternity were doing as part of their “DU in the Streets”
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At one point, Helvie argued that
when hearing the new trial motion,
Endacott had submitted as evidence
his account of events with jury mem
bers and was therefore already a wit
ness in the case.
Endacott said the document was
not submitted with that intention and
demanded that it be stricken from the
If Judge Merritt finds
jurors were not
prejudiced in any
way, I will resume a
duty and a
I cannot shirk.
Lancaster County district
Endacott said he felt he had a duty
to complete the case and that appoint
ing another judge or panel ofjudges to
sentence Bjorklund would be “very
wasteful and an enormous delay.”
“This is a duty and a high respon
sibility that this court accepts,”
Endacott said. “... If Judge Merritt
finds jurors were not prejudiced in
any way, I will resume a duty and a
responsibility which I cannot shirk.”
Endacott said he would take over
Merritt’s cases May 5 and 6 in Lin
coln in exchange for Merritt’s agree
ment to hear the new trial motion in
Endacott also said h is prayer prac
tices would remain private in the fu
“When I pray, it won’t be around
court, and it won’t be around attor
neys,” he said.
Helvie said the hearing for a new
trial would not be limited to the im
proper contact issue, but he would not
comment on other issues the defense
Helvie declined comment Friday
on Endacott’s decision.
Child expert to give speech
From Staff Reports
An international advocate for
the rights ofchilrdrcn will give the
opening speech in the University
Lecture Series on the International
Year of the Family today.
Malfrid Grude Flckkoy ofOslo,
Norway will speak on “today’s
Children, Tomorrow’s Families”
from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the
Culture Center, 333 N. 14th St.
Flekkoy is currently the child
psychologist of the Nic Waals In
stitute, a mental health program in
Oslo. She also is the director of
Europe’s Defense for Children In
ternational and is the editor of the
International Journal ofChildren’s
Flekkoy worked for UNICEF at
the International Child Develop
ment Center in Florence, Italy, for
two years in study and dissemina
tion of ideas about mechanisms for
monitoring the fulfillment of
children’s rights under the United
Nations Convention on the Rights
of the Child.
She has also written a book, “A
Voice for Children,” which focuses
on her experiences as the ombuds
man for children in Norway.
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