Lorange entered a denial plea last month and Majok, who has been charged as an adult because he is over 18, is next due in court in April. The names of juveniles charged with crimes and their court proceedings are not typically made public, but because the two are charged with felonies, their names have been released and court hearings are open. Powers father, mother and stepfather were in the courtroom Thursday. They and Powers left immediately after the hearing and did not comment. Powers attorney, Steven M. Carey, was also not immediately available after the hearing. Christine Thibeault, a Cumberland County assistant district attorney and head of the juvenile division, told Montgomery that she will seek an order limiting the distribution of discovery materials in the case to keep them from being disseminated widely. For instance, Thibeault said, she will likely seek to have Montgomery order that Carey and others keep and review the material, including photographs and interview notes, in their offices, rather than turning those items over to Powers or others. Thibeault said shes hoping to protect the privacy of the alleged victim. Carey told Montgomery that he anticipates reaching an agreement on that order with Thibeault within two weeks and will return to court to ask the judge to sign it and resolve disagreements, if any. Powers next court date is set for May 15.
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"It was good vibes, I'd guess you would say, but the fact of the matter is, they haven't made a final decision yet." Right now, San Antonio and a city in New Mexico are in the running for Hulu's viewer experience headquarters, which would also handle tech support. San Antonio Economic Development Foundation president and CEO Jenna Saucedo-Herrera said San Antonio would be a good fit. "They have committed to working with us and making sure that the broader investment makes sense for both entities," she said. "Hulu's culture is futuristic and innovative, and they are all about the aspirational future of the TV industry." Wolff said the operating center would also bring in higher-paying jobs. "They are almost approaching $13 million in subscribers now," he said. "It's a growing company. It'd be up to 500 jobs in a two- to three-year period, so it's a lot of jobs for San Antonio." It would also be an asset to the city's already growing tech scene. "It's a marquee name in tech and entertainment," David Heard, with Techbloc, said. "It would be a huge boost to our momentum to build out our tech ecosystem, and obviously, it's a type of company we need more of in San Antonio." Wolff said Bexar County is offering Hulu a 10-year 90 percent tax abatement. The value of it comes out to about $803,000.
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