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01, Aug 2014 - Architect sues Coyle Theater group over unpaid bill
CHARLEROI – A reorganized nonprofit organization struggling to restore a historic Charleroi theater is being sued by a Pennsylvania architect in small-claims court for an unpaid bill.
01, Aug 2014 - Pennsylvania Military and Veterans Affairs Hall of Fame Welcomes Two New Inductees
HARRISBURG, Pa., July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs today inducted Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery and Pennsylvania Senator Lisa Baker into its Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to veterans, the military and the nation. McCaffery, of Philadelphia, has been instrumental in the creation of ...
01, Aug 2014 - Court upholds Wisconsin collective bargaining and voter ID laws
The Wisconsin Supreme Court backed Gov. Scott Walker on Thursday in the key areas of labor relations and voter identification, handing the Republican governor victories during this year's fiercely contested election.
01, Aug 2014 - Wisconsin Supreme Court upholds domestic partner registry (+ video)
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the state's domestic partner registry does not violate the existing gay marriage ban. But that could become a moot point if the ban itself goes by the wayside.
01, Aug 2014 - Police want even more photos of 17-year-old's genitals, lawyer says
Police in Virginia investigating a sexting case have photographed the 17-year-old suspect’s genitals and now they want to take pictures of his erect penis — so that they can try to prove he committed the crime of taking such pictures of himself, a lawyer representing the teenager said.
01, Aug 2014 - Minnesota teen pleads guilty in grandmother's death
A Willmar, Minn. teen pleaded guilty Wednesday in a plot to burglarize and kill his grandmother last summer and was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 30 years.
01, Aug 2014 - Teen charged with killing foster mom
Lake County Court of Common Pleas Clerk of Courts confirms to that Sabrina Zunich has been indicted for aggravated murder in connection with the death of her foster mother Lisa Knoefel.
01, Aug 2014 - Coriant And Allied Fiber Announce Successful 1 Terabit Super-Channel Trial
Coriant and Allied Fiber recently announced the successful completion of a 1 Terabit-per-second (Tbps) super-channel transmission trial over a 1,700 km fiber optic ring connecting West Palm Beach to Jacksonville, Florida, using Coriant's innovative FlexiGrid technology through Allied Fiber’s Technology Showcase located within Allied Fiber’s open access, integrated, network-neutral colocation and ...
01, Aug 2014 - Decision in 2 weeks on murder case in Michigan baby death
A judge says he'll announce in two weeks whether a northern Michigan man will be tried on a charge of murdering his baby daughter, whose body has never been found.
01, Aug 2014 - Lawsuit aims to end ban on gay marriage
Seven same-sex couples challenging North Dakota’s laws banning gay marriage asked a federal court to declare the laws unconstitutional Tuesday.
01, Aug 2014 - Social media an open book for attorneys
FORT SMITH — The American Bar Association in recent months said it’s ethical for attorneys to view social media for information regarding potential jurors or possible misconduct of sitting jurors, although the decree comes long after the practice began.
01, Aug 2014 - Convicted rapist sentenced to life without parole
A southeast Missouri man convicted of kidnapping and rape was sentenced to life without parole for rape and sodomy.
01, Aug 2014 - Head shop owner to be sentenced on drug charges
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — A 34-year-old upstate New York man who owned a 12-store chain of head shops faces sentencing for possessing and intending to sell illegal synthetic drugs through his stores. John Tebbetts faces up to nine years in prison and hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines. Sentencing is scheduled for Tuesday in federal court in Syracuse.
01, Aug 2014 - Rolly: As ex-AG is booked, his Dem foe rises to Mormon temple leader
While former Attorneys General Mark Shurtleff and John Swallow were arrested and charged with multiple felonies Tuesday, another event not nearly as sensational and with far less public attention took place 40 miles north of the Salt Lake County Jail. The comparison of the two events, though, evokes a symbol in Utah politics that can’t go without mention. Reed Richards, the Democrat whom ...
01, Aug 2014 - Attorney General: Ky. state rep indicted for alleged violation of campaign finance laws
Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway announced the indictment of State Representative Ben Waide for alleged violations of Kentucky campaign finance laws.
01, Aug 2014 - Sentencing for Jackson County, Ohio man guilty of attacking woman
A Jackson County man was sentenced for attacking a woman in his home. 
01, Aug 2014 - Teen's lawyer: Police want explicit photo in sexting case
Police in Manassas City, Virginia and Prince William County prosecutors are taking a unique approach to collecting evidence in a “sexting” case involving a 17-year-old male: Authorities want to take a photo of the teen’s erect genitalia to compare with a cellphone video, his attorneys said.
01, Aug 2014 - Charge man, 80, with killing intruder?
Tom Greer is an 80-year-old crime victim who had the absolute right to use deadly force to defend himself when a pair of burglars -- a man and a woman -- broke into his home in Long Beach, California, and began assaulting him. And yet, if there is any justice, the 80-year-old should spend the remainder of his golden years in prison.
01, Aug 2014 - Man accused in teen's death continues trial
A man accused of fatally beating a 16-year-old Dayton teenager is scheduled to enter day three of his trial Wednesday.
01, Aug 2014 - 'Our prisons are bursting with young men of color,' Paul says
Sen. Rand Paul is proposing legislation aimed at eliminating criminal sentencing rules that adversely impact minorities, saying that "we need some fresh ideas to combat old and festering problems."
01, Aug 2014 - Kentucky gay marriage ban is 'unenforceable,' US judge rules (+video)
Kentucky's gay marriage ban was struck down Tuesday by a US district judge, the 11th to reject a state law outlawing same-sex unions. His ruling, unlike some others, did not lay out a fundamental right for gay couples to marry.
01, Aug 2014 - Bexar County sheriff appoints new deputy chief
Bexar County Sheriff Susan Pamerleau announced Thursday the appointment of Lt. Henry Reyes to deputy chief (assistant jail administrator, in-custody detention services). Reyes will have oversight responsibility for the Bexar County Sheriff's Office Detention Division's classification, booking and main jail operations sections, authorities said. An official ceremony recognizing the appointment ...
01, Aug 2014 - GovBeat: Watch the U.S. prison population explode
In 1978, 300,000 people were behind bars. Today, more than 1.5 million sit in jail.
01, Aug 2014 - California concealed-weapon rights fight may head to Supreme Court
A CALIFORNIA CASE could make the Supreme Court return to the issue of the Second Amendment and determine whether gun ownership rights extend beyond the corners of one's home. VIDEO: Federal judge throws out DC's ban on guns outside home ObamaCare may be headed to Supreme Court — again
01, Aug 2014 - Two Escambia County Assisted Living Facility Employees for Arrested for Abuse and Neglect
Attorney General Pam Bondi ‘s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit today arrested Escambia County Assisted Living Facility Administrator, Belie Brock Williams and Assistant Administrator Adrienne Taylor.
01, Aug 2014 - Dwight Bowling files notice to appeal sentence
Dwight Bowling has filed an official notice of his intent to appeal his 300-month prison sentence for enticement of a minor. The former Mississippi and Alabama prep football coach filed the notice this past week in federal court in Aberdeen, Mississippi. On July 16, U.S, District Judge Glen H. Davidson granted Bowling the opportunity to appeal the sentence. Davidson acted after Bowling argued he ...
01, Aug 2014 - Teacher's aide sentenced in child molestation case
CLOVERDALE, Calif. (AP) — A Northern California teacher's aide has been sentenced to more than 11 years in prison following his conviction on child molestation charges.
01, Aug 2014 - Man who raped teen, escaped from jail now on most wanted list
A cash reward is now being offered for a man who raped a San Antonio teen and escaped from jail.
01, Aug 2014 - State OKs deal to house inmates in Pulaski County facility
The state Board of Correction voted Monday to approve a contract that will allow it to house state inmates in an unused building at the Pulaski County jail.
01, Aug 2014 - Nonprofit Receives $200,000 Grant to Aid Families Of Prisoners
HARTFORD - When her daughter was incarcerated six years ago, Natalia Perez decided to move to Connecticut from Puerto Rico to take care of her grandchildren.
01, Aug 2014 - AR Parole Board Member Wants Inmates Housed Out of State
A member of the Arkansas Parole Board said Thursday the state should consider using out of state, for profit, prisons as a more cost effective form of addressing the need for additional prison beds.
01, Aug 2014 - Judge orders FBI agent to respond to charges of witness tampering in bombing-videos trial
SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge in Utah has ordered an FBI agent to court next month to respond to allegations that he tampered with a witness who backed out of testifying in a trial about Oklahoma City bombing videos.
01, Aug 2014 - District court for July 3
District Justice Little The following cases were administered by Magisterial District Judge Tony Little: Steven Mummert, 1365 Red Hill Road, New Oxford, paid $364.
01, Aug 2014 - ComEd must pay for outages, court says
Commonwealth Edison must pay for spoiled groceries and other damage caused by unnecessarily long power outages, an Illinois appellate court decided Thursday.
01, Aug 2014 - Stuck in Prison, Nowhere to Go
Montpelier — There are 224 Vermont inmates sitting in prison who could be released if they had a place to live, according to data from the Department of Corrections.
01, Aug 2014 - Colorado judge sets new December 8 trial date in theater massacre case
By Keith Coffman CENTENNIAL Colo. (Reuters) - Jury selection in the much-delayed trial of accused movie theater gunman James Holmes will begin on Dec. 8, a Colorado judge said on Tuesday, dismissing objections by the defense who said they needed more time. Arapahoe County District Judge Carlos Samour made the ruling at a pre-trial hearing in Centennial, a suburb of Denver.
01, Aug 2014 - Appellate court overturns high-speed rail rulings
A state appellate court on Thursday overturned two lower court rulings that had stalled funding for California's $68 billion bullet train, handing a big win to Gov. Jerry Brown's signature project and allowing the state to resume selling bonds to pay for it.
01, Aug 2014 - Northwestern Mutual Faces Nation's First Alienage Discrimination Lawsuit, According to Job Appl
NEW YORK, July 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A class action lawsuit accuses insurer Northwestern Mutual of illegally rejecting qualified non-U.S. citizen job candidates without permanent resident visas, a legal team of Outten & Golden LLP and the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) announced today. Filed in New York federal court, the first-impression alienage discrimination ...
01, Aug 2014 - Ft. Myers career criminal flees from deputies
Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers and the US Marshals Fugitive Task Force are asking for the public's help tracking down wanted fugitive Bruce Martin.
01, Aug 2014 - Mistrial threat looms over case of friend of accused Boston bomber
By Scott Malone BOSTON (Reuters) - Four days after the deadly Boston Marathon bombings, dozens of heavily armed federal agents surrounded the home of two friends of the suspected bomber, ordered them out and took the men in handcuffs to a police station for hours of interrogation. Whether what the suspects said is admissible in court is a question that will loom large next week at the trial of ...
01, Aug 2014 - Protesters planning ‘full-fledged campaign’ against plans to house Central American immigrants
By Tom Gilchrist For The Advertiser VASSAR — Opponents of a plan to house undocumented Central American immigrants here say they’ll seek a court injunction if necessary to try to... Read more »
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