Henry Champagne
King of Jerusalem
Henry Champagne
Henry II of Champagne (29 July 1166 – 10 September 1197) was count of Champagne from 1181 to 1197, and King of Jerusalem from 1192 to 1197, although he never used the title of king.
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KENTUCKY BAR ASSOCIATION v. ORR - Leagle.com
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Count II alleged professional misconduct by Orr for violating SCR 3.130-3.3(a)(2) 4 because he failed to disclose the fictitious nature of the counseling certificates filed with the US Bankruptcy Court. Later, Orr filed a "Motion to waive the Credit
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Woman Convicted of Social Security Fraud - WOWT
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Count II charged Scharton and Seevers with concealing and failing to disclose information to the Social Security Administration, with the intent to secure payments from the Social Security Administration, when no payment was otherwise authorized
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Law enforcement and court records - Polson Lake County Leader
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The court grants the state's motion to dismiss count II with prejudice based upon deferred prosecution agreement. PSI ordered. Sentencing is set for Sept. 14, 9 am - State of Montana vs. Ronald Phillips; This matter before the court for change of plea
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PEOPLE v. PONCE - Leagle.com
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(a), 22107); count II, driving while having a blood-alcohol level of 0.08 percent or more and, in so driving, performed an unsafe turn and/or without signaling, proximately causing bodily injury (Veh. Code, §§ 23153, subd. (b), 22107); and count IV,
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Man pleads guilty to voluntary manslaughter in April death - News Sentinel
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Less than 24 hours before his murder trial was scheduled to start Tuesday morning, Antjuan M. Okey, 32, of the 4900 block of Oliver Street, pleaded guilty to count II, voluntary manslaughter, a class A felony. His plea agreement includes
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PEOPLE v. BARBER - Leagle.com
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Code, § 206), 1 assault by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury (count II; § 245, subd. (a)(1)) with a great bodily injury enhancement (§ 12022.7, subd. (a)), kidnapping (count III; § 207, subd. (a)), and making criminal threats (count
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BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF COUNTY OF SCHUYLKILL v. KANTNER - Leagle.com
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1 Count II sought to compel the Controller to assist the independent auditor, who had been hired by the Commissioners to do an audit of the County. Count I of the Complaint alleged that on June 9, 2010, the Controller filed a petition to extend the
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PEOPLE v. MENDICINO - Leagle.com
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Code, § 211), 1 burglary of a residence (count II; § 459), and assault with a firearm (count III; § 245, subd. (a)(2)). The complaint also alleged as to counts I and II that defendant was armed with a firearm. (§ 12022, subd. (a)(1)
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STATE v. WILLIAMS - Leagle.com
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2010); Count II: aggravated assault, a class three dangerous felony (victim JM) in violation of ARS § 13-1204(A)(2); and Count III: false reporting to law enforcement agency, a class one misdemeanor, in violation of ARS § 13-2907.01(A) (2010)
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BROWN v. POTTER - Leagle.com
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... asserting the following three counts: "Race Discrimination and Harassment in Violation of The 1991 Civil Rights Act & Title VII" (Count I); "Gender Discrimination and Harassment in Violation of The 1991 Civil Rights Act & Title VII" (Count II);
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CLARKE v. HENDERSON - Leagle.com
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On November 30, 2009, Clarke brought the instant action against the Hendersons and Ruby's three children, alleging claims for specific performance (Count I), constructive trust (Count II), unjust enrichment (Count III), breach of oral contract (Count
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STATE v. BRAMMEIER - Leagle.com
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On January 21, 2010, Alizabeth Brammeier filed a written plea of guilty to: (Count I) driving while barred in violation of Iowa Code section 321.561 (2009), an aggravated misdemeanor; and (Count II) driving while revoked in violation of Iowa Code
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HENDRY v. U.S. - Leagle.com
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Carolyn Wardle filed a Cross-Claim for Indemnity against Cross-Defendant Christopher Wardle on April 9, 2010 alleging: Breach of Contract (Count I); Unjust Enrichment (Count (II); and, Fraud/Misrepresentation (Count III). Carolyn Wardle also filed a
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ARMSTEAD v. STATE - Leagle.com
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Connie Lynn Armstead was convicted by a jury in the Oktibbeha County Circuit Court of Count I, robbery, and Count II, directing a minor to commit a felony. On Count I, Armstead was sentenced to serve ten years in the custody of the Mississippi
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IN RE CORTELLESSO - Leagle.com
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Specifically, in Count II of their Third Amended Complaint, Plaintiffs allege: (1) that Cortellesso's "Schedules and Statement of Affairs ... contained false information and omissions with regard his financial affairs ... and [that he] made [a] false
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    THIRTIES
  • 1197
    Age 30
    Henry died in 1197, falling from a first-floor window at his palace in Acre.
    More Details Hide Details There are varying accounts in different manuscripts of the Old French Continuation of William of Tyre, also known as The Chronicle of Ernoul. The majority suggest that a window-lattice or balcony gave way as he leaned against it. A servant, possibly a dwarf named Scarlet, also fell, after trying to save him by catching hold of his hanging sleeve, but he weighed too little to pull the king (who was tall and strongly built) back. Another version suggests that Henry had been watching a parade from the window, when a party of Pisan envoys entered the room. Turning to greet them, he stepped backwards and overbalanced. Whatever the exact circumstances, Henry was killed outright; the servant, who suffered a fractured femur, raised the alarm, but later died of his injury. Some accounts suggest that Henry might have survived if his servant had not landed on top of him.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1192
    Age 25
    Later on in the campaign, Henry shifted his allegiances to Richard. In April 1192, King Richard sent Henry as his representative from Acre to Tyre, to inform Conrad of Montferrat of his election as King of Jerusalem.
    More Details Hide Details Henry then returned to Acre. A few days later, Conrad was assassinated by two Hashshashin. Henry came back to Tyre two days later, ostensibly to help organise Conrad's coronation, but found that a funeral was being prepared instead. He was immediately betrothed to the newly widowed - and pregnant - Queen Isabella I of Jerusalem. They were married just eight days after Conrad's death. The marriage was glossed romantically by some of the chroniclers: that Isabella was so taken with Henry's physical attractions (he was 20 years younger than Conrad) that she asked him to marry her. Since she was already known to be pregnant with Conrad's child (Maria of Montferrat), the marriage was considered scandalous by some, but it was politically vital for her to acquire another husband to defend the kingdom. However, some consultation with the Haute Cour might have been expected. The couple went on to have two daughters, Alice and Philippa.
  • 1190
    Age 23
    In 1190 Henry left for the East, after having his barons swear to recognize his younger brother Theobald as his successor should he fail to return.
    More Details Hide Details He joined the Third Crusade, arriving ahead of his uncles, King Philip II of France and King Richard I of England. Initially, he was one of the leaders of the French contingent at the siege of Acre before Philip's arrival. He is said to have been a member of the group involved in the abduction of Queen Isabella I of Jerusalem, to get her to consent to a divorce from Humphrey IV of Toron so that she could be married to Conrad of Montferrat. Henry was related to Conrad through both his maternal grandparents. According to Baha ad-Din ibn Shaddad, he was wounded at Acre on 15 November.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1181
    Age 14
    Henry's father died in 1181, and his mother ruled as regent until 1187.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1171
    Age 4
    In 1171, Henry was betrothed to Isabella of Hainault.
    More Details Hide Details When she married Philip II of France instead, his father, aunt and other members of his family were angered. It temporarily made Queen Mother Adèle's faction hostile to Isabella's family and so caused tension at the French court.
  • 1166
    Born
    Born in 1166.
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