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15, Sep 2014 - Florida Mesothelioma Victims Center Urges Diagnosed Victims in Florida to Call for Names of the Nat
WASHINGTON, Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Florida Mesothelioma Victims Center is urging diagnosed victims in Florida, or their family members, to call them at 866-714-6466 to ensure they really are talking to the nation's most skilled mesothelioma attorneys, because when it comes to compensation for this asbestos exposure form of cancer quality really does matter. The Center's sense of ...
15, Sep 2014 - Trial Set for Coal Ship Protesters
In this May 15, 2013 photo, protesters piloting the lobster boat Henry David T., attempt to block delivery of coal to the Brayton Point Power Station in Somerset, Mass. A trial begins Sept. 8 in Fall River District Court for Ken Ward and Jay O’Hara, the two environmental activists who used the boat to block the coal shipment to the region’s largest coal-burning power plant.
15, Sep 2014 - Washington High Court Holds Legislature in Contempt in School Funding Case
Washington's highest court on Thursday took the rare step of holding the state's Legislature in contempt for failing to come up with a plan to put billions of more dollars into the state's public education system as required by an earlier ruling.
15, Sep 2014 - Pennsylvania Turnpike defendants challenge corruption evidence
HARRISBURG — Attorneys for defendants in the state’s case of alleged Pennsylvania Turnpike corruption argued at a pretrial hearing Monday that the case is flawed and should not move forward.
15, Sep 2014 - BP Gross Negligence Ruling a Warning to Big Oil and Partners
A U.S. judge’s watershed ruling means the final cost to BP Plc for the 2010 Gulf oil spill may eclipse $50 billion, wiping out years of profits and highlighting the risks of drilling as the industry pushes into more dangerous … The article BP Gross Negligence Ruling a Warning to Big Oil and Partners appeared first on Insurance Journal .
15, Sep 2014 - Oregon teen gets 11 years for carving swastika on boy
PORTLAND, Ore. — An Oregon teenager who carved a swastika into another teen's forehead as he and others tortured the boy has been sentenced to 11 years in prison.
15, Sep 2014 - 2 Investigates: Used car dealership owner charged with odometer roll back, grand theft, perjury
The main suspect in one of the biggest odometer fraud investigations in Bay Area history is now facing dozens of charges for the alleged scheme. Late Wednesday, Contra Costa County prosecutors filed 79 charges against George Guevara and his wife, Danielle, who own and operate California Car Sales on Auto Center Drive in Antioch.  View the criminal complaint here The court documents outline a ...
15, Sep 2014 - Family of Hawaii toddler who died after dental work settles suit
By Malia Mattoch McManus HONOLULU (Reuters) - Relatives of a 3-year-old Hawaii girl who suffered brain injuries and died after undergoing a dental procedure that went awry late last year have settled the malpractice lawsuit brought in the case, the family's lawyer said on Wednesday. The attorney, L. Richard Fried Jr., said terms of the agreement with the dentist's insurance company were ...
15, Sep 2014 - Terror plotter Padilla gets new 21-year sentence -
(AP Photo/J. Pat Carter, File). FILE - In this Jan. 5, 2006 file photo, Jose Padilla, center, is escorted to a waiting police vehicle by federal marshals near downtown Miami.
15, Sep 2014 - Trump Entertainment gets interim operating cash
A Delaware bankruptcy judge on Wednesday agreed to allow Trump Entertainment Resorts to temporarily continue operations using cash owed to billionaire Carl Icahn, the company's sole secured lender. Judge ...
15, Sep 2014 - No prison for Seattle man who intimidated GOP donors in Florida
TAMPA — When James Webb Baker Jr. read about Gov. Rick Scott’s efforts to purge voter registration roles of ineligible voters, he got mad.
15, Sep 2014 - Detroit's CFO says raising taxes in bankrupt city wouldn't fix long-term finances
DETROIT - Detroit's chief financial officer says raising taxes isn't an appropriate remedy to fix the bankrupt city. John Hill continued his testimony Friday at a trial that will determine whether Detroit emerges from the largest public bankruptcy in U.S. history. The trial in front of Judge
15, Sep 2014 - Campbell County mother pleads guilty in child tattooing case
A Campbell County woman has been sentenced on charges of trying to remove tattoos from her two daughters with a razor blade.
15, Sep 2014 - Case Dismissed, Guidance Aviation Wins in Federal Court
A United States District Court has dismissed all claims made by a former Yavapai College employee, Daniel Hamilton, against Guidance Aviation and its principal John Stonecipher. The Court held that the claims were without merit. (PRWeb September 15, 2014) Read the full story at
15, Sep 2014 - Bridgeport Man Pleads Guilty to Defrauding VA
United States Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld, II, said a Lost Creek man with prior felony convictions was sentenced Tuesday to prison for the possession of a firearm.
15, Sep 2014 - Hawaii Island prison cancels weekend visits
Kulani Correctional Facility visits have been cancelled for Saturday and Sunday due to staffing shortages. Visits are scheduled so far for M…
15, Sep 2014 - Marriage policy should be worked out in states
News about court cases that involve same-sex marriages usually travels fast. But when a judge in Tennessee recently upheld that state's constitutional authority to define marriage as the union of a man and a woman, it went almost unnoticed.
15, Sep 2014 - A jury convicts two brothers Friday in federal court of several crimes committed in Siouxland
Both Levon and Jamal Dean were each charged with ten criminal counts including robbery and carjacking.
15, Sep 2014 - Steelers' Le'Veon Bell, LeGarrette Blount admitted buying pot, police say
Pittsburgh Steelers running backs Le'Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount told police they 'pitched in' to buy a bag of marijuana with a female friend shortly before they were pulled over — and Bell acknowledged smoking some, though he told the officer who pulled them over he felt OK to drive, police said in court papers.
15, Sep 2014 - Denver man goes on trial in bank heist
A Denver man also suspected of bank robberies in Clifton and Colorado Springs went on trial this week in connection with a robbery at US Bank in Glenwood Springs.
15, Sep 2014 - Anna Nicole Smith Heirs Will Not Receive Money from Marshall Estate
DALLAS, Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- After losing in the Texas Probate Court, The Ninth U.S. Supreme Court, attorneys for the late Anna Nicole Smith (Vickie Lynn Marshall) have lost their final attempt to obtain more than $44 million from the estate of the late E. Pierce Marshall.  U.S. District Judge David O. Carter has ruled that attorney Howard Stern did not present evidence that justified ...
15, Sep 2014 - Michael Day Appointed as Presiding Judge for Fourth Judicial Circuit
Chief Justice David Gilbertson announced the appointment of Michael Day as Presiding Judge for the Fourth Judicial Circuit today. Judge Day obtained both his bachelor of science and law degree from the University of South Dakota, then went on to practice law at a firm in Belle Fourche.
15, Sep 2014 - Counties warned they may be sued over detentions
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Attorneys for people who have been detained in New Mexico jails at the request of federal immigration agents pending status checks are putting counties across the state on notice that they might be sued over the practice. The Albuquerque Journal ( ) reports that counties receiving ...
15, Sep 2014 - Attorney general files appeal after latest ruling on same-sex marriage
EVANSVILLE – A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Indiana must recognize same-sex marriages performed legally outside of the state. Judge Richard Young struck down the previous ban in Tuesday’s ruling. Plaintiffs Michelle Bowling, Shannon Bowling and Linda Bruner brought the suit against defendants Gov. Mike Pence, Attorney General Greg Zoeller, Michael Alley, and Anita Samuel. […]
15, Sep 2014 - Oil and gas companies court military veterans as shale boom grows
John MacZura, an Army infantry veteran, started work a week after graduation.
15, Sep 2014 - Legislators list their preferred candidates for judgeships
Legislators from the 26th Judicial Circuit in the Northern Shenandoah Valley announced their support Tuesday for five attorneys to fill judgeships from the area when lawmakers meet later this month.
15, Sep 2014 - Judge upholds local pot business ban in Wash. state
A Washington state judge says a small city can continue to ban licensed marijuana businesses, even if they're allowed under state law.
15, Sep 2014 - Jury Chosen In Buttocks Injection Death Trial
Prosecutors are laying out a simple timeline to establish Tracey Lynn Garner's guilt on depraved heart murder charges stemming from unlicensed buttocks injections.
15, Sep 2014 - Woman sentenced in plot to steal U.S. nuclear secrets
By Joseph Kolb ALBUQUERQUE N.M. (Reuters) - A 71-year-old former contractor at Los Alamos National Laboratory has been sentenced to a year and a day in federal prison after admitting conspiring with her physicist husband to sell U.S. Marjorie Roxby Mascheroni pleaded guilty last year to plotting to pass classified nuclear weapons data to a person they believed to be a Venezuelan government ...
15, Sep 2014 - Hire CCA, See No Evil
Immigration policies, the drug war, and lobbyists are keeping the private prison industry humming. No matter what sins a private prison company has committed, there seems to be no shortage of states willing to give it a second, third, and 10th chance. Take the Corrections Corporation of America, for instance, the largest private prison corporation [...]
15, Sep 2014 - Thomas Ajamie Selected for Inclusion in The Best Lawyers of America 2015
Thomas Ajamie been selected by his peers for inclusion in the 21st Edition of The Best Lawyers in America ® in the areas of Commercial Litigation and Corporate Law. (PRWeb August 19, 2014) Read the full story at
15, Sep 2014 - Westmoreland judges’ caseloads unlikely to affect district boundary changes
Despite some dramatic caseload changes among 17 district judges in Westmoreland County, residents should not expect changes to a redistricting plan the state Supreme Court ...
15, Sep 2014 - Supreme Court hears Longoria appeals
POSTED September 10, 2014 9:43 p.m. TOPEKA — Kansas Supreme Court justices on Wednesday heard oral arguments in appeals to Adam Longoria’s capital murder conviction. No decisions were made as the case was taken under advisement.
15, Sep 2014 - Town DPW Worker Faces Charges In Video Recording At Arlington Café Bathroom
A New Hampshire man charged with secretly recording women in a bathroom at an Arlington restaurant is scheduled to face a judge Monday
15, Sep 2014 - Murder suspect Michael Blagg remains in jail, for now
Michael Blagg no longer is a convicted murderer, but he remains behind bars in Mesa County for the time being as attorneys, a district judge and the Colorado Supreme Court weigh in on this unusual case.
15, Sep 2014 - Biz Notes: River Forest attorney elected second vice president of Illinois Bar Foundation
Aug. 23 9:18 a.m. • Ashley N. Garfield, of Glenview, recently joined the Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd. She received her Juris Doctorate from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago after graduating with two Bachelor of Arts degrees in Psychology and Spanish from the University of Michigan.
15, Sep 2014 - OUR VIEW: Squealing state lawmakers
Where will the money come from? How will the Arizona Legislature find the funds to meet its court-ordered $317 million obligation, owed to state public schools? Thursday Maricopa Judge Katherine Cooper rejected a reprieve sought by the State Legislature to put off paying what Arizona voters approved by referendum in 2000. She said it is clear that lawmakers ignored the mandate and now it is time ...
15, Sep 2014 - NY teen gets 5 to 15 years for wreck that killed 4
MINEOLA, N.Y. (AP) — A New York City man who was high on marijuana and speeding at over 100 mph when he crashed his brand-new sports car into a tree on a Long Island highway, killing four of his friends, has been sentenced to 5-to-15 years in prison.
15, Sep 2014 - Tenn. Supreme Court to name next attorney general
The Tennessee Supreme Court plans to announce its selection for the next eight-year term as attorney general on Monday.
15, Sep 2014 - Businesses fight Alabama rules on teeth whitening
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Businesses asked a judge Thursday to overturn an Alabama law restricting teeth-whitening services outside of dental offices, arguing the law is an unconstitutional attempt by the state's 3,600 dentists to create a monopoly. Lawyers for a North Carolina man and an Alabama woman who ...
15, Sep 2014 - Escaped prison inmate believed to have fled Pasco County
LUTZ — A state prison inmate who was the subject of a nightlong search after he escaped from a work detail in Pasco County remained at large Tuesday morning.
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