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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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17, Sep 2014 - Few police departments turn in survey on witness ID
By Erin Beck Staff writer CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Larry Holdren spent 14 years in prison after a woman mistakenly identified him as the man who pushed her down a hill then raped her while she was jogging along the Kanawha River bank in 1982. The woman had lost her glasses during the fall, and when police showed her a photo lineup, other pictures were of men who did not match her original description ...
17, Sep 2014 - Court orders Arizona to recognize one same-sex marriage
A federal judge agreed that a death certificate should recognize a marriage that occurred in California this summer.
17, Sep 2014 - Forged checks land Muscatine man in jail
MUSCATINE, Iowa — A Muscatine man was sentenced Sept. 12 after pleading guilty to forgery, a class D felony. 
17, Sep 2014 - Man who murdered Crest Hill cab driver as juvenile stays in prison
JOLIET – A man who was a teenager when he murdered a cab driver 30 years ago will remain in prison for the rest of his life. Walker received the sentence for the 1984 murder of Charles Davis.
17, Sep 2014 - Father indicted in toddler's hot-car death
Whether the prosecution will seek the death penalty in Justin Ross Harris hot-car death case will be decided in two to three weeks, Cobb County District Attorney Vic Reynolds said Thursday. Reynolds' statement came hours after the Georgia father was ...
17, Sep 2014 - Judge Who Leaked Charlize Theron Adoption Details Is Fired
An Arkansas state judge who previously shared info about the actress adopting her son Jackson in an online forum now has been dismissed from his position.
17, Sep 2014 - Shelbyville, Indiana Jury Finds 2013 Ford Explorer to Be Unmerchantable
On Thursday July 31, 2014 and after a 3 day jury trial, a verdict was delivered in favor of Fountaintown, Indiana couple, Mary and Lowell Bell, and against Ford Motor Company in a federal and state "lemon ...
17, Sep 2014 - Ray Nagin to Serve Time in Texas Jail
According to WDSU-TV, former New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin has been ordered to report to a federal prison camp in Texas by noon on Sept. 8. Nagin has been assigned to a minimum serurity camp in Texarkana, Texas, which is about a two-hour drive from his current home in the Dallas area and about six hours by car from New Orleans, the city he once led. In July, a district judge sentenced Nagin to 10 ...
17, Sep 2014 - Texas trial of Air Guardsman on sex charge delayed again
The Texas jury trial of a Goddard man facing a federal sex charge has been pushed back to Oct. 20. It’s the second time Paul Grimm’s trial has been postponed since he was arrested March 29 in Galveston, Texas, on a charge of taking a girl under 18 years old across state lines with the intent of having sex with her, according to court records.
17, Sep 2014 - Repeal Mensing in Response to AL Generic Drug Decision
The Alabama Supreme Court ruled Friday that brand-name drug makers can be held liable for warnings on a generic version of the company’s medication made by another company. The case, which was originally filed in federal court by Danny and Vick Weeks, alleged that Mr. Weeks suffered injuries from use of the prescription drug metoclopramide, […]
17, Sep 2014 - Iowa Supreme Court suspends judge
FORT MADISON – The Iowa Supreme Court has granted an application Friday recommending suspension of a Southeast Iowa judge.
17, Sep 2014 - Trial postponed 7th time for Diana man charged with solicitation, assault
Haden also faces two separate indictments for sexual assault of a child from February 2013. Trial dates on those charges have not been set. He's out of jail on $150,000 bond.
17, Sep 2014 - Federal appeals court rejects challenge to New Jersey's ban on gay conversion therapy
NEWARK, N.J. — New Jersey's ban on so-called gay conversion therapy was upheld by a federal appeals court, though the three-judge panel took issue with a key aspect of a lower court's ruling.
17, Sep 2014 - Education: Class-size reduction necessary to McCleary compliance
In its editorial “One budget-buster down: pension lawsuits; another around the corner: Initiative 1351,” [Opinion, Aug. 15] The Seattle Times suggests that Initiative 1351’s class-size improvements go beyond what is required by the state Supreme Court’s McCleary decision orde
17, Sep 2014 - Ky. man sentenced in sex charge involving Paris teen
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- A Kentucky man was sentenced to time in prison Friday after pleading guilty to a sex charge involving a 16-year-old girl from Paris, according to a release from the Department of Justice.
17, Sep 2014 - Appeals court tells Bondi: Move forward on gay marriage cases
A state appeals court Thursday rejected Attorney General Pam Bondi's request to hold off deciding the constitutionality of Florida's gay marriage ban until after the U.S. Supreme Court someday rules on the issue.
17, Sep 2014 - Judge formally ends big part of Arkansas schools desegregation case rooted in '57 crisis
A federal judge is ending a large part of an Arkansas desegregation case rooted in the Little Rock Central High School crisis of 1957.
17, Sep 2014 - Union group seeks quick ruling on Illinois pension reform lawsuit
A coalition of public labor unions is seeking an expedited ruling in consolidated lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of a new Illinois pension law. We Are One Illinois and other parties filed a motion in Sangamon County Circuit Court on Thursday asking for a ruling in their favor in light of a July Illinois Supreme Court decision that underscored state constitutional protection for ...
17, Sep 2014 - Pill ring trial in Mississippi pushed to December
GULFPORT, Miss. (AP) — A federal judge has postponed the trial of a doctor accused of running a prescription pill ring with casino workers in Biloxi. At a pre-trial hearing Wednesday, The Sun Herald reports (http://bit.ly/1s33SMK ) U.S. District Judge Sul Ozerden agreed to delay the trial of Dr. Sanjay Sinha, scheduled on a court calendar that starts Sept. 8. Ozerden set the trial to start Dec ...
17, Sep 2014 - Chenango Place Opens In Downtown Binghamton
Chenango Place apartments, one of Binghamton's largest redevelopment projects held it's official ribbon cutting Tuesday night. The apartments are located at 7 Court Street in a building that was built more than 150 years ago and previously housed a cigar factory. Developer Ryan Kutas, an alumni of BU says redeveloping the property was a long process that took almost 4 yrs, but he's happy he was ...
17, Sep 2014 - Request for new judge in Carnation killings denied
The Washington Supreme Court has denied a request to pick a new trial judge in the death-penalty cases against two people charged with killing a family of six in Carnation in 2007.
17, Sep 2014 - Connecticut Transgender Teen Found After Escaping Treatment Facility
The 16-year-old first attracted national attention after she was imprisoned without criminal charges in April
17, Sep 2014 - Local Federal Judge Named In Complaint Alleging Sexual Misconduct
The U.S. district judge in Waco has been named in a federal complaint that alleges inappropriate sexual conduct with an employee of the court.
17, Sep 2014 - NFL notebook: Panthers’ Hardy returns to practice, will play Sunday
Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy returned to practice Thursday, one day after being excused from work to meet with his attorney. Hardy practiced in full ...
17, Sep 2014 - Men sentenced to prison terms for December 2012 bank robbery in Newport
U.S. Attorney William C. Killian reports Brandy Joe Charles, 40, of Franklin, North Carolina, was sentenced to more than 15 years in prison. Anthony Robert Clifton, 23, of Houston, Texas, was sentenced to 120 months in prison.
17, Sep 2014 - Injured stars bring embattled NFL more bad news
An embattled NFL reeling from off-field brutality issues by stars received more bad news with numerous injuries to key players in the second week of an already tumultuous campaign. Carolina coach Ron Rivera reversed himself and benched star defender Greg Hardy, who is appealing an assault conviction to a jury trial, only hours before a 24-7 victory over Detroit. "This was in the best interest of ...
17, Sep 2014 - Ex-priest serving embezzlement sentence dies
A former Roman Catholic priest convicted of embezzling from two rural parishes has died in prison.
17, Sep 2014 - Doctor accused of rape: ‘Charges are result of a witch hunt’
AKRON, Ohio — With his reputation in tatters, and his freedom on the line, Dr. James Bressi took the stand in his own defense in his rape case trial. Bressi tried to convince a Summit County jury that nearly a dozen female patients were mistaken when they testified that he molested them during treatment at […]
17, Sep 2014 - Group efforts in ACC backfields
There's a certain order to the chaos at the line of scrimmage, and after a few hits, tailbacks begin to make some sense of it, Virginia's Kevin Parks said. It's usually a game of trial and error. A few hits, a few near-misses, and then it becomes clear. In other words, ask most running backs what they need to break a big run, and the answer is simple: Just a few more touches. "Once you get out ...
17, Sep 2014 - Boulder DA to seek 1 year in prison for Sam Carter in Mapleton elk killing
Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett will ask a judge today to sentence Sam Carter to one year in prison, citing the former Boulder police officer's "flippant" and "arrogant" attitude toward his conviction in the shooting of a trophy elk on Mapleton Hill.
17, Sep 2014 - New York Today: A Terror Trial Comes to Brooklyn
What you need to know in New York for Monday: a suit in New York over bombings in Israel, more-than-fair weather, and a tentative labor deal for the Metropolitan Opera.
17, Sep 2014 - Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson urges U.S. Supreme Court to affirm marriage equality
In a push to protect the civil rights of same-sex couples nationwide, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson and 14 other state Attorneys General are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to hear three marriage equality cases.
17, Sep 2014 - Groups say fly ash near state prison in Fayette County causing health problems
A report released today raises concerns about inmate cancers and other serious health ailments at a state prison that sits next to a massive Fayette County coal waste dump full of toxic fly ash.
17, Sep 2014 - Toledo trial could go next year
Luis Toledo, the man accused of killing his wife and her two children, will next appear in court on Jan. 20 when the judge will discuss setting a trial date for spring or summer.
17, Sep 2014 - Hernandez's lawyers seek to suppress key text messages in Lloyd case
Attorneys for former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez filed a new motion Monday, this one seeking to suppress numerous text messages that are at the heart of the assertions from prosecutors that the football star orchestrated the 2013 murder of an associate.
17, Sep 2014 - Gay journalist battles Boy Scouts in court for 18 years
Growing up in Berkeley, California in the 1970s, Tim Curran loved camping. When his best friend joined the Boy Scouts, Curran signed up too. He rose up through the ranks, achieving scouting’s highest honor, Eagle Scout, during high school. Curran, who is gay, came out when he was a teenager. His troop was supportive of him. But after his senior year, he was featured in a newspaper story with his ...
17, Sep 2014 - POLICE REPORTS
Fulton County Sheriff Keith Stains issued a warning to residents last week regarding a phone scam that has been occurring in the area in recent weeks.
17, Sep 2014 - Two Lawnmower DUI Arrests In One Week
The Pulaski County Sheriff's department arrested two different people in two separate occasions for driving lawnmowers drunk in the same week. They say they put Randy Lee Whitaker in jail August 31st after someone told them a man on a riding mower was driving all over Boat Dock Road toward a busy US 27. What a deputy got there, he says Whitaker told him he had had 30 beers. On September 6th ...
17, Sep 2014 - York County predator sentenced 25 to 50 years in prison
Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced that a convicted child predator in York County has been sentenced to 25 to 50 years in prison, and five suspected child predators were arrested on unrelated charges across the Commonwealth. The arrests of suspected predators are part of the Attorney General’s ongoing efforts to combat the online […]
17, Sep 2014 - Strapped for cash and lacking facilities, Boise County forced to adapt for murder trial
The murder trial for Michael Dauber, who is accused of killing his friend Steven Kalogerakos, has been moved to February. Boise County is prosecuting the case, but the trial will… Click to Continue »
17, Sep 2014 - Buckingham man sentenced in girlfriend's slaying
A Buckingham County man has been sentenced to 22 years in prison after pleading guilty to killing his girlfriend.
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