Superior Court Judge Howard Manning steps down from his seat and listens as a witness testifies as he presides over a Leandro education hearing in a Wake County courtroom on July 23, 2015. Manning retires at the end of the month, but said he'll keep control of Leandro in retirement. N&O reporter Lynn Bonner discusses Manning and the case in this week’s Domecast.
Superior Court Judge Howard Manning steps down from his seat and listens as a witness testifies as he presides over a Leandro education hearing in a Wake County courtroom on July 23, 2015. Manning retires at the end of the month, but said he'll keep control of Leandro in retirement. N&O reporter Lynn Bonner discusses Manning and the case in this week’s Domecast. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Superior Court Judge Howard Manning steps down from his seat and listens as a witness testifies as he presides over a Leandro education hearing in a Wake County courtroom on July 23, 2015. Manning retires at the end of the month, but said he'll keep control of Leandro in retirement. N&O reporter Lynn Bonner discusses Manning and the case in this week’s Domecast. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
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