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Correction of year of birth in birth certificate must be filed in court

Dear PAO, My boyfriend was completely unaware that there was an error in his birth certificate. He was born on May 15, 1977, but his birth certificate indicates his date of birth as May 15, 1978. He was thinking of just using the information as indicated on his birth certificate so that he would not [...] The post Correction of year of birth in birth certificate must be filed in court appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource: manilatimes manilatimesOct 30th, 2017

Correction of name can be done by local civil registrar

Dear PAO, I want the letter “N” in my son’s name which appears in his Certificate of Live Birth be changed to “Ñ”. Do I still need to go to court to have it changed? Karen Dear Karen, The correction of typographical or c.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsAug 20th, 2016

Same-sex divorce: Woman seeks parental rights over partner’s son

JACKSON, Mississippi, United States --- A woman asked the Mississippi Supreme Court on Wednesday to award her parental rights to the child her ex-wife had given birth to, arguing that the U.S. Supreme Court had ordered equality for same-sex couples when it authorized same-sex marriage nationwide in 2015. Opposing her was the woman who birthed a now-6-year-old boy when the two were married. The biological mother of the child said that her ex-wife had legal avenues open to her to bolster her parental rights during a divorce proceeding, but failed to pursue them. Now Mississippi's nine justices must sort out those positions, in a case that could also affect opposite-sex couples wh...Keep on reading: Same-sex divorce: Woman seeks parental rights over partner’s son.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 30th, 2017

Serena Williams can absolutely break Court s Grand Slam record - Graf

ZHUHAI, China – Tennis legend Steffi Graf said on Sunday, November 5 that Serena Williams can "absolutely" break Margaret Court’s Grand Slam singles title record if she returns to tennis. Former world number one Serena Williams, who gave birth earlier this year, has already overtaken Graf with 23 Grand Slam wins but ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 5th, 2017

Tenorio sure to suit up for 510th straight PBA game

There is no stopping Barangay Ginebra point guard LA Tenorio. Not even after undergoing a procedure on his right elbow just a day after adding another championship under his belt. Tenorio ensures fans that he will be suiting up for his 510th straight PBA game on December 17. The Gin Kings’ court general will have enough time to recover after undergoing a procedure on his hurting elbow just a few hours after Ginebra’s 101-96 Finals series Game 7 win over Meralco to annex their second straight PBA Governors’ Cup title last week.           “Hopefully magalaw ko na ng full range ang elbow ko pero OK naman. Maganda naman ang resulta ng elbow (ko),” said Tenorio during the Gin Kings’ victory party at the San Miguel Company headquarters Monday. The conference’s Finals Most Valuable Player for the second straight year spent the morning after Ginebra’s championship celebration in the hospital. Last year he was at the hospital for the birth of his youngest son. Tenorio said that definitely he won’t miss the Gin Kings’ opener and his 510th straight match.   “Ano kasi procedure lang naman, arthroscopic surgery parang ganoon,” said the 33-year-old cager, who came into the victory party with his left arm wrapped in bandage . “It’s not a major surgery na kailangan buksan.” “In two weeks naman pwede na ‘to. Oo, sa start ng season ready na,” said Tenorio.   Tenorio played through the Finals with a bum elbow but still managed to average 13.3 points, 3.7 assist, 2.7 rebounds and 1.3 steals in the series. He scored 26 points including five triples in the title-clincher.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 2nd, 2017

Correction of erroneous entry on religion in a birth certificate

Correction of erroneous entry on religion in a birth certificate.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsApr 16th, 2017

Trump’s appeal of travel ban suspension pits executive against judiciary – CBC News

A federal appellate court heard arguments Tuesday for and against lifting a block on U.S. President Donald Trump's executive order, which has over the last two weeks given rise to mass confusion, legal maneuvres and plenty of human drama. An emergency three-judge panel with the San Francisco-based Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals convened the hour-long telephone hearing at 6 p.m. ET. The case pits the Department of Justice lawyers against lawyers representing Washington state and Minnesota. The states were the plaintiffs in this case, and argued in favour of continuing to suspend Trump's ban. Justice department lawyer August Flentje contended that Trump's executive order, which closes U.S. borders for 90 days to citizens from seven predominantly Muslim nations (Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen) should be reinstated as a matter of national security. Both sides filed their legal briefs ahead of the hearing and had up to 30 minutes to make their case via phone. A quick ruling is expected. These oral arguments were not meant to be about the overarching merits of the travel ban itself. Rather, this hearing focused on the narrow question of whether to uphold a temporary restraining order imposed on Friday by Seattle U.S. District Judge James Robart. The federal judge's injunction, which applied nationwide, effectively put Trump's immigration executive order on ice. Temporary restraining orders are granted as a form of interim relief. The Ninth Circuit will be ruling on the sole question of whether the restraining order was justified until the case is heard on its larger merits. Robart wrote in his decision that the plaintiff states were likely &'8220;to suffer irreparable harm&'8221; if the enforcement of Trump's order was not halted. While the original court challenge of the travel ban was a battle of states vs. the federal government, the case before the Ninth Circuit is being framed as a showdown between two separate but equal branches of the government: the judiciary and the executive branch (president). The Department of Justice argued that the president's executive power to manage immigration in the U.S. is being unlawfully undermined by the judiciary. Trump's Twitter feed was revealing about the way he views the judicial branch. In one missive, he referred to Robart as a &'8220;so-called judge.&'8221; In another, he wrote: &'8220;Just cannot believe a judge would put our country in such peril. If something happens blame him and court system.&'8221; Restraining orders are not typically appealable, notes Yvonne Tew, a professor of constitutional law at Georgetown University. &'8220;But the government is bringing this before the Ninth Circuit, arguing that because of the nature of the case, they should allow it to be appealed before the appeals court.&'8221; In its 15-page legal brief filed on Monday, the justice department put the crux of its argument in its top line: &'8220;The executive order is a lawful exercise of the president's authority over the entry of aliens into the United States and the admission of refugees.&'8221; The line cites the Immigration Act of 1952 to argue the order is lawful. The Act includes a provision giving the president the authority to &'8220;suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or non-immigrants&'8221; if their arrival in the U.S. is deemed &'8220;detrimental&'8221; to U.S. interests. Justice department lawyers also said the courts have taken an &'8220;extraordinary step of second-guessing&'8221; the president's judgment on a matter of national security. While the states asserted that constitutional rights would be violated by the ban, the Justice Department said that the Supreme Court has already ruled that &'8220;an alien seeking initial admission to the United States requests a privilege and has no constitutional rights regarding his application.&'8221; In other words, the department said, foreign nationals aren't protected by U.S. constitutional rights to due process and equal protection. Arguments by lawyers opposing the ban The suit brought by the attorneys general of Washington state and Minnesota warned that lifting the suspension of Trump's immigration executive order would &'8220;unleash chaos again&'8221; by breaking up families, causing disarray in immigration procedures and hurting economies. &'8220;The order also caused immediate harm to Washington's public universities, which are state agencies,&'8221; the 32-page brief said. &'8220;Hundreds of their faculty, staff, and students are from the affected countries.&'8221; Minnesota soon joined the Washington complaint, alleging similar harms. Although the president does have wide discretion on immigration, as outlined in the 1952 Immigration Act, the plaintiffs counter that the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act signed by president Lyndon B. Johnson actually supersedes the older law. That's because under the 1965 Immigration Act, Congress decided to give each country an equal shot at immigration quotas, thereby &'8220;putting in a ban on discriminating based on national origin,&'8221; says David Bier, an immigration policy analyst with the Cato Institute. The 1965 amendment states: &'8220;No person shall receive any preference or priority or be discriminated against in the issuance of an immigrant visa because of the person's race, sex, nationality, place of birth, or place of residence.&'8221; Citing the 1965 legislation, Washington State solicitor General Noah Purcell told the judges Tuesday &'8220;that is a claim that we feel very likely to succeed on&'8221; and would allow the court to &'8220;avoid&'8221; some constitutional issues. Included with the states' filings asking the court to keep blocking Trump's travel ban were amicus (friend of the court) supporting documents. These briefs included statements from: 16 attorneys general; 97 tech companies including Apple, Google and Microsoft; as well as a brief [&'].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanaoexaminerRelated NewsFeb 8th, 2017

No arraignment for De Lima this holiday

  Sen. Leila de Lima will be celebrating the coming Christmas and New Year still detained and for a longer period of time. This after she still failed to enter her plea before the Muntinlupa court anew on Friday, after Department of Justice prosecutors moved to amend the third of the three drug charges filed against her. The arraignment of De Lima and her co-accused at the Muntinlupa Regional Trial Court Branch 206 was deferred after the prosecution filed a motion to admit amended information on Thursday. Judge Patria Manalastas-De Leon still has C to notify the parties of the new schedule of their hearings, but De Lima's camp said it would not be before the year end...Keep on reading: No arraignment for De Lima this holiday.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 8th, 2017

Serena ‘very likely’ to make comeback at Australian Open

Serena Williams will be ready to make her tennis comeback at the Australian Open with her return to Melbourne for the season's opening Grand Slam "very likely", organizers said Wednesday. Williams, 36, won this year's Australian Open while pregnant and gave birth to a baby girl in September. She has not played a competition since, raising questions over whether the 23-time Grand Slam winner would attempt to defend her title next month. But tournament director Craig Tiley is optimistic she will return for a crack at her seventh Melbourne Park crown after marrying Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian last month. "She's got her visa, she's entered, she's practising and she's proba...Keep on reading: Serena ‘very likely’ to make comeback at Australian Open.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 6th, 2017

PET to Begin VP Polls Recount in February 2018

The Supreme Court (SC), sitting as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) is set to begin recount of votes in February next year on the electoral protest filed by former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. against... The post PET to Begin VP Polls Recount in February 2018 appeared first on MetroCebu News......»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsDec 6th, 2017

De Castro admits being chief justice nominee, along with Sereno, in 2012

Under questioning by Siquijor Rep. Ramon Rocamora, Supreme Court Associate Justice Teresita Leonardo-de Castro admitted on Wednesday she was on the short list of nominees for chief justice that the Judicial and Bar Council (JBC) submitted to President Benigno Aquino III in 2012. On that list, too, was then Associate Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno. "Yes, I was with those who applied," De Castro said during the hearing of the House Committee on Justice to determine probable cause in the impeachment complaint filed by lawyer Lorenzo "Larry" Gadon against Sereno. De Castro added, without being prompted: "In fact, we were asked to submit our 10-year SALN (statement of assets, liabi...Keep on reading: De Castro admits being chief justice nominee, along with Sereno, in 2012.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 29th, 2017

Olympic champion Gabby Douglas says team doctor abused her

The Associated Press - Olympic champion gymnast Gabby Douglas says she is among the group of athletes sexually abused by a former team doctor. Douglas, the 2012 Olympic all-around champion and a three-time gold medalist, wrote in an Instagram post Tuesday that she waited so long to reveal the abuse by Larry Nassar because she was part of a group "conditioned to stay silent." Douglas included the revelation in an apology for comments made on social media last week that suggested women dress modestly to help prevent abuse. Douglas said her comments, which she later deleted, were taken out of context. "I didn't view my comments as victim shaming because I know no matter what you wear, it NEVER gives anyone the right to harass or abuse you," Douglas wrote. The 21-year-old Douglas is the latest high-profile gymnast to come forward against Nassar, who spent nearly two decades as the national team doctor for USA Gymnastics before being fired in 2015. Two-time Olympic teammate Aly Raisman wrote about alleged abuse by Nassar in her autobiography "Fierce," released earlier this month. Two-time Olympic medalist McKayla Maroney disclosed abuse by Nassar in October. Jamie Dantzscher, a bronze medalist on the 2000 U.S. Olympic team, was part of the initial wave of lawsuits filed against Nassar in 2016 following reporting by the Indianapolis Star that highlighted chronic mishandling of abuse allegations against coaches and staff at some of USA Gymnastics' more than 3,500 clubs across the country. Nassar, 54, is accused of molesting several girls while working for USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University. He's facing similar charges in a neighboring Michigan county and lawsuits filed by more than 125 women and girls. Nassar will plead guilty to multiple charges of sexual assault and face at least 25 years in prison, a person with knowledge of the agreement said Tuesday. The person was not authorized to publicly discuss the agreement ahead of a Wednesday court hearing for Nassar in Michigan's Ingham County and spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity. USA Gymnastics launched an independent review of its policies in the wake of the allegations against Nassar. In June, the gymnastics board adopted the new USA Gymnastics SafeSport Policy that replaced the previous policy. Key updates include mandatory reporting, defining six types of misconduct, setting standards to prohibit grooming behavior, preventing inappropriate interaction and establishing accountability. The organization also hired Kerry Perry as the organization's new president and CEO. Perry replaces Steve Penny, who resigned under pressure in March......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 22nd, 2017

U.S. sues to block $85-B AT& T-Time Warner merger

WASHINGTON DC, USA – The US government filed suit to block AT&T's merger with Time Warner, setting up a the biggest antitrust court clash in decades over the $85 billion tieup. The deal announced more than a year ago would merge vast content of Time Warner units like premium cable channel ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 21st, 2017

For Robert Bolick, championship starts and ends with mom

Heading into Game 2 of the Finals, with San Beda College needing one more win for back-to-back championships, Robert Bolick did not get a good night’s sleep. “Hindi ako makatulog kagabi,” he told reporters as the Red Lions still found themselves down 1-2 in the season series against Lyceum of the Philippines University. Good thing then that the 23-year-old had his lifelong comfort zone there with him. “Dasal lang ako nang dasal. Katabi ko nanay ko, dasal lang kami nang dasal,” he said. Apparently, the prayers worked as he scored seven points in the last five minutes to lead the defending champions in blanking the Pirates in the championship round. In the end, he had 18 points, six assists, and five rebounds and was one of the major reasons in the Mendiola-based squad’s 10th title in the last 12 years – and 21st overall. “Kapag nanonood si mom, talagang ibibigay mo ang best mo,” he said afterward. Not long after, Bolick was celebrating with the very same person who gave birth to him. “I just want to thank my mom. Simula sa pagiging bench player ko, she buys me shoes kahit wala kaming pera, she buys me gatas para mainom ko,” he shared, in front of the crowd at the Araneta Coliseum and for everybody watching. Through those words, the Ormoc, Leyte native was clutching his mom at his side. To top it all off, he had one more message for Zeny Bolick. “I love her to death,” he expressed. And so, Robert Bolick’s championship-winning Thursday essentially began with his mom by his side. And soon enough, Robert Bolick’s championship-winning Thursday essentially ended with his mom by his side. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 16th, 2017

Bringing back the ‘belen’

The Nativity---or the Biblical depiction of the scene of the birth of Jesus in a manger in Bethlehem---symbolizes the humble roots of the story of salvation. Christmas in the Philippines had a tradition in which most houses displayed the Nativity or belen, the Spanish word for Bethlehem, until the Christmas tree became more dominant in the last century. But in Tarlac, the spirit of the Nativity comes alive every year with a competition that promotes the art of making the belen. The contest, dubbed "Belenismo sa Tarlac," began in 2007 when Rev. Fr. Alex Bautista, Diocese of Tarlac head of the Commission on Cultural Heritage of the Church, and Isabel Cojuangco-Suntay and her d...Keep on reading: Bringing back the ‘belen’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 14th, 2017

Germany s top court requires legal option of third gender

KARLSRUHE, Germany – Germany's top court Wednesday required parliament to legally recognise a "third gender" from birth, potentially making it the first European country to offer intersex people the option of identifying as neither male nor female. Current regulations on civil status are discriminatory against intersex people, the Federal Constitutional Court said. Legislators ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 8th, 2017

Serena Williams could be back to defend Australian title

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Australian Open officials are hopeful Serena Williams will make her competitive comeback to tennis next January to defend the title at Melbourne Park. At a news conference Tuesday called to announce an increase in prize money for the year's first major, tournament director Craig Tiley said Williams was planning on playing the Jan. 15-28 Australian Open. Williams was pregnant last January when she beat her sister Venus in the final. Serena gave birth to a daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr., on Sept. 1 and has previously said she plans to return to playing in 2018. If that's in Melbourne, she'll be competing for more money. Tiley said the overall prize pool would be 55 million Australian dollars ($42.7 million. The men's and women's singles champions will earn $A4 million (about $3.1 million depending on exchange rates), an increase of 20 percent. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 10th, 2017

Correcting day of birth in birth certificate

Correcting day of birth in birth certificate.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsOct 5th, 2017

Manila City Hall 10/3/17 after I got my PSA Birth Certificate endorsement. Nides & Lu – Manila Video

Manila City Hall 10/3/17 after I got my PSA Birth Certificate endorsement. Nides & Lu – Manila Video.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsOct 5th, 2017

Phelps has 'no desire' to return to swimming

em>By Paul Newberry, Associated Press /em> Michael Phelps wondered if watching others compete at the world championships would pique his desire for another comeback. Nope. Phelps said Tuesday he has 'no desire' to return to competitive swimming, but he is eager to stay involved with the sport and cheer on those who follow in his enormous wake. In an interview with The Associated Press while promoting a healthy pet food campaign, Phelps said he is excited about having his second child and building a life beyond swimming. 'For me, it's about being happy where I am and happy where my family is,' Phelps said. 'We have more goals we want to accomplish outside the sport.' It was around this time four years ago when Phelps got serious about ending his first retirement, but he now seems content with his decision to step away again after the Rio Olympics. His wife, Nicole, is about four months pregnant. The couple already have a 16-month-old son, Boomer. 'I've got no desire — no desire — to come back,' the 32-year-old Phelps said flatly. Phelps has attended a handful of swimming meets since the Rio Games, where the winningest athlete in Olympic history added to his already massive career haul by claiming five gold medals plus a silver . A few months ago, he conceded to the AP that he wasn't sure how he would feel about a possible comeback after watching the worlds in Budapest, Hungary. 'We'll see if I get that itch,' he said in April . Turns out, it had no impact. Phelps said the second-biggest meet after the Olympics 'truly didn't kick anything off or spike any more interest in coming out of retirement again.' He is excited to follow the development of his heir apparent, Caeleb Dressel, who emerged as the sport's newest star by winning seven gold medals at Budapest . The 21-year-old Floridian joined Phelps and Mark Spitz as the only swimmers to accomplish that feat at a major international meet. 'I'm happy Caeleb decided to go off this year instead of last year,' quipped Phelps, who won 23 golds and 28 medals overall in his Olympic career. 'I'm kind of happy to see him swimming so well when I'm not there.' While he still travels extensively for his many sponsors, Phelps said he's much more involved in his wife's second pregnancy than he was before Boomer's birth, when he was consumed by full-scale training for the Olympics. 'It's definitely different going through it again,' he said. Boomer, meanwhile, is a chip off the old block. 'He skipped the walking part and went right to running,' Phelps said, chuckling. 'He just scoots around the house. It's funny when we get him in the pool. He basically just splashes around the whole time. He's literally nonstop. As soon as he wakes up from a nap or his night's sleep, he's just go, go, go. There's no time for slow moving in our family. He likes to go fast. I guess that's a good thing.' Boomer is even starting to show some good form in the pool. His mom and Phelps' longtime coach, Bob Bowman, have detected a bit of the stroke that was his father's strongest. 'Nicole and Bob both say he's got a good butterfly technique that he's working on,' Phelps said. 'I guess he's seen his dad doing it a couple of times and kind of picks it up. He's also now in a stage where it's like all five senses are coming together. He feels everything, recognizes everything. It's really fun to watch, as a dad, just watching these transitions in his life.' In his latest business endeavor, Phelps is spearheading a marketing campaign for Nulo Pet Food , which he describes as a healthy alternative for dogs and cats. He's an investor in the company and accompanied in ads by his French bulldogs, Juno and Legend. 'Our bodies are like a high-performance car. You have to make sure you're putting the correct fuel in your body,' Phelps said. 'We obviously treat our pets like human beings. I'd like my animals to be fed in the right way, with good nutrition and healthy foods. If we can do that with a company that's putting good, natural ingredients into a pet food, it makes sense for me with what I'm doing in my own life. It's something that goes hand in hand.' With Dressel and Katie Ledecky now leading the American team, the U.S. is expected to remain the world's dominant swimming country heading into the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Even without Phelps. 'It's time to kind of move on,' he said, 'and watch other people come into their own.' .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 20th, 2017

NFL seeks quick action to get Elliott suspension reinstated

em>By Schuyler Dixon, Associated Press /em> The NFL filed an emergency motion in federal appeals court Friday, hoping to get a swift ruling on its request to overrule a judge who blocked a six-game suspension for star Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott in a domestic violence case in Ohio. The league filed its request with the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans, even though a federal judge in Texas hasn’t ruled on a request to put the injunction on hold while an appeal is pursued. The emergency motion asks the court to rule on the request to suspend U.S. District Judge Amos Mazzant’s injunction as early as Tuesday, the start of the practice week before the Cowboys’ third game of the season against Arizona. If the ruling isn’t made by Tuesday, the NFL is asking for a decision by Sept. 26, the start of practice before Dallas’ Week 4 home game against the Los Angeles Rams. Elliott had already been cleared to play in a 19-3 win over the New York Giants in the season opener before Mazzant granted his request for an injunction. Last year’s NFL rushing leader will play Sunday at Denver under Mazzant’s ruling. The 22-year-old Elliott was suspended by Commissioner Roger Goodell in August after the league concluded following a yearlong investigation that he had several physical confrontations last summer in Ohio with his girlfriend at the time. The NFL players’ union sued on Elliott’s behalf. In its emergency motion, the NFL reiterated previous arguments that Elliott’s attorneys sued prematurely because arbitrator Harold Henderson had yet to rule on the running back’s appeal of the suspension. The appeal was denied the same day as arguments over the request for an injunction from Mazzant in Sherman, Texas, about 65 miles north of Dallas. The NFL ultimately wants to get the case moved from Texas to the Southern District of New York. That was the venue for the league’s successful appeal after a federal judge had overturned New England quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension in the “Deflategate” case. The NFL contends Mazzant’s ruling was an unnecessary interference in the league’s labor deal with the players. “Put differently, the six-game suspension approved by the arbitrator will ultimately stand, and no one’s interests are served by delaying that discipline based on a misguided order by a district court that lacked jurisdiction,” the NFL wrote in its motion. Mazzant’s ruling took aim at Henderson and the NFL , saying decisions not to allow Goodell and Tiffany Thompson, the ex-girlfriend, to testify at the appeal were among several factors unfair to Elliott. The NFL has maintained that it followed all procedures for discipline in the collective bargaining agreement. Three years ago, the NFL stiffened its domestic violence policy with the six-game standard and more investigative power. The changes came after the league was sharply criticized for its handling of a domestic incident involving former Baltimore running back Ray Rice. According to the letter Elliott received informing him of the suspension last month, the NFL believed he used “physical force” three times in a span of five days in a Columbus, Ohio, apartment last July resulting in injuries to Thompson’s face, neck, shoulders, arms, hands, wrists, hips and knees. Prosecutors in Columbus decided about a year ago not to pursue the case in the city where Elliott starred for Ohio State, but the NFL kept the investigation open. The league said its conclusions were based on photographs, text messages and other electronic evidence. Elliott rushed for 1,631 yards as a rookie to help the Cowboys to the best record in the NFC at 13-3. He had 104 yards in the opener against the Giants. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 16th, 2017