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25, Nov 2014 - Lawyer: Hackensack man acted in self-defense in stabbing
The trial of Carlos Victoriano got under way Wednesday in Hackensack, but Victoriano didn’t show up. His lawyer did show up, however, and he told the jury that his client had acted in self-defense when he repeatedly stabbed his ex-girlfriend’s husband during a laundromat brawl last year.
25, Nov 2014 - Mississippi Abortion Law Remains Blocked
A federal appeals court says it won't reconsider its earlier ruling that a 2012 Mississippi abortion law is unconstitutional.
25, Nov 2014 - BYU-San Diego St. Preview
San Diego State is relying on a stingy defense to make up for its woes at the other end of the court.
25, Nov 2014 - Man who killed baby gets life in prison without parole
A Butte man, Matthew John Blaz, 33, found guilty of killing his infant daughter, will spend the rest of his life in prison -- without parole. The sentence was handed down this morning in Butte…
25, Nov 2014 - Attorney General Alan Wilson wins re-election bid
Alan Wilson has been re-elected as the state's Attorney General.
25, Nov 2014 - Bar association scolds judge for campaign ad
The Ohio State Bar Association scolded Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judge John O’Donnell, saying his campaign ad for state supreme court over steps the line when says his opponent is “in the pocket of big utilities.” O’Donnell, a Democrat, is challenging Ohio Supreme Court Justice Judith French, a Republican appointed to the high court by Gov. John Kasich in January 2013. A committee of ...
25, Nov 2014 - News briefs from around Kentucky at 1:58 a.m. EST
Judge rejects coal firm's settlement with state LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - A judge has rejected a settlement between the state of Kentucky and a coal mining company over water quality monitoring violations from several years ago. Frasure Creek Mining was accused of falsifying reports on water discharges ...
25, Nov 2014 - Federal judge in South Dakota rejects motion to dismiss case challenging same-sex marriage ban
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Federal judge in South Dakota rejects motion to dismiss case challenging same-sex marriage ban.
25, Nov 2014 - No jail time for Vt. cop accused in shooting
A Winooski police officer accused of shooting an unarmed mentally ill man will not face jail time.
25, Nov 2014 - Ex-coal exec in court in mine blast that killed 29
An ex-top executive facing charges in the deadliest U.S. coal mine accident in four decades is headed to court. Former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship is scheduled for a first appearance Thursday at 1 p.m. in Beckley, West Virginia.
25, Nov 2014 - Immigrants wait, hope, plan for Obama order to be released Thursday
President Barack Obama is expected to take executive action to protect many of the estimated 11 million people in the country illegally from deportation after Congress failed to pass an immigration overhaul. Republicans are vehemently opposed to the president's likely actions. Read more
25, Nov 2014 - Norfolk, NE man accused of using meth near his four-year-old child is sentenced to prison
44-year-old Troy Hoffie pleaded guilty to misdemeanor negligent child abuse after prosecutors lowered the charge from a felony.
25, Nov 2014 - Georgia man pleads to ID theft in Alabama
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — A Georgia man has pleaded guilty in Alabama to conspiracy to file false tax returns and aggravated identity theft. U.S. Attorney George Beck says 33-year-old Robert Bernard Walker of Columbus entered the plea in federal court in Montgomery.
25, Nov 2014 - Ohio lawmaker pleads guilty to ethics violations
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - An Ohio state lawmaker from Cincinnati pleaded guilty Wednesday to two misdemeanor ethics law violations related to taking Bengals tickets from lobbyists then failing to properly report them on required disclosure forms. Democratic state Rep. Dale Mallory faces up to seven months in jail ...
25, Nov 2014 - Obama's immigration action creates an opening for scam artists too
President Obama's executive action on immigration last week created a pathway for millions of people in the country illegally to win work permits and live without fear of deportation.
25, Nov 2014 - Judge Finds Alabama Man Incompetent to Stand Trial
A federal judge says Deryke Matthew Pfeifer is mentally incompetent to stand trial on charges of threatening President Barack Obama's life.
25, Nov 2014 - Don Blankenship, ex-CEO of Massey Energy released on $5 million bond
Blankenship was arraigned by U.S. Magistrate Judge R. Clarke VanDervort in Beckley Nov. 20. He was released on a cash-only, $5 million bond with conditions.
25, Nov 2014 - Court convicts 9 Chinese for poaching
A court convicted nine Chinese fishermen of poaching and taking hundreds of endangered giant sea turtles from a disputed shoal in the West Philippine Sea yesterday, fining each of them nearly $103,000 (around P4.5 million) but imposing no jail term.
25, Nov 2014 - NLR man charged with tax no-files
A North Little Rock man was charged Monday in federal court with five counts of willfully failing to file income taxes on more than $700,000 worth of income for the tax years 2007 through 2011.
25, Nov 2014 - Judge delays Swallow, Shurtleff hearing until December
A judge has rescheduled a hearing in the criminal case against former Utah Attorneys General John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff.
25, Nov 2014 - Leader of Green Bay timeshare scam sentenced
The leader of a Green Bay-based timeshare scam that swindled thousands of people nationwide has been sentenced to nine years in federal prison. The U.S. Attorney's office says 40-year-old Mark Parks of Denmark, Wisconsin, also was ordered to pay restitution and was placed on three years of supervised release. Parks had pleaded guilty to a single count of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud ...
25, Nov 2014 - Prop. 46 foes spent $60 million to maintain 1975 malpractice award cap
The election day drubbing of Proposition 46, an initiative that would have increased limits on certain medical malpractice damages, marks a stinging defeat for the state's trial attorneys, who championed the measure.
25, Nov 2014 - Kansas homicide suspect committed in separate case
The suspect in a Lawrence homicide is being evaluated at Larned State Hospital after a judge found her incompetent to stand trial for a burglary case in Topeka.
25, Nov 2014 - Attorney in Cancer Hoax Case Seeks Change of Venue
The attorney for an Iowa mother accused of lying about her daughter's cancer diagnosis has requested a change of venue for her trial.
25, Nov 2014 - Fmr. Selma attorney convicted for felony theft
A former Selma attorney was convicted Monday for first-degree theft from a client, confirms Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange's office. 
25, Nov 2014 - Sherman Teens Won't Have To Testify After Molestation Suspect Pleads Guilty
SHERMAN, TX -- A Sherman man is headed to prison after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting two 12-year old girls.
25, Nov 2014 - District Attorney dismisses citation for teen driver in wreck that killed 5
According to KNOE, Fourth Judicial District Attorney Jerry Jones has dismissed the ticket cited against the 16-year-old driver in a fatal car wreck that claimed the lives of five East Texans.
25, Nov 2014 - Kansas Supreme Court allows more gay marriages , Butler County ban remains
The inconsistency appeared likely to continue. State Attorney General Derek Schmidt said in a statement that the Kansas court's decision leaves it to the federal courts and local state judges to decide whether marriage licenses are issued to same-sex couples. Judge David Ricke said Butler County judges would not issue same-sex marriage licenses.
25, Nov 2014 - Saile & Saile LLP Named to U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” List
Bucks County Pennsylvania’s father and son attorneys at Saile & Saile LLP have been named by U.S. News - Best Lawyers ® to the 2015 “Best Law Firms” list. Estate law and estate planning lawyer Michael J. Saile and his son, Michael L. Saile, Jr., Esq., a personal injury and DUI attorney, received the ranking which recognizes them for “professional excellence and persistently impressive ratings ...
25, Nov 2014 - State Supreme Court backs dad's murder conviction
The Rhode Island Supreme Court has upheld the second-degree murder conviction of a man who was found guilty of fatally shaking his infant daughter in 2002.
25, Nov 2014 - Montana Supreme Court Orders a Response for Barry Beach
The Montana Supreme Court orders state authorities to respond to a petition filed last week by the lawyers of Barry Beach.
25, Nov 2014 - Republican senator continues push to privatize Arkansas prison unit
It was a bad idea when it was tried and failed in Arkansas before and it's a bad idea now, but a Republican state senator appears intent on outsourcing Arkansas correctional work to an outside corporation. This meeting doesn't currently appear on the Arkansas General Assembly website's calendar. But be advised of this note sent in behalf of Republican Sen. Eddie Joe Williams : to members of the ...
25, Nov 2014 - RI Judiciary holds event for National Adoption Day
By News Staff PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) _ Rhode Island's Family Court plans to finalize 21 adoptions at an event to raise awareness about the number of children available for adoption and to explain the adoption process. The 11th National Adoption Day is Saturday. The court is set to finalize the adoptions with 16 families at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Garrahy Judicial Complex. Rhode ...
25, Nov 2014 - MPs call for release of prisoner in China
As Prime Minister Stephen Harper left Ottawa Wednesday for a four-day trip to China, MPs from all parties called on China to release a political prisoner with Canadian ties.
25, Nov 2014 - Washington to sue over nuclear site's tank vapors
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Washington plans to sue the U.S. Department of Energy and its contractor to protect workers from hazardous vapors at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, the nation's most polluted nuclear site, state Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Wednesday.
25, Nov 2014 - Pastor paves her own way to Ferguson’s front lines
The first time the public heard the name Renita Lamkin in the same sentence as Ferguson was probably the day she was shot. In early August, four days after Michael Brown was killed by Officer Darren Wilson, Lamkin, a pastor, stood with Ferguson protesters, attempting to mediate.
25, Nov 2014 - Jury deliberations in Texas hit man trial continue
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Jurors in Lubbock County are deliberating the case of an Amarillo plastic surgeon accused in a murder-for-hire plot to kill a Lubbock pathologist who was dating his ex-girlfriend.
25, Nov 2014 - New York Bicycle Accident Lawyer Adnan Munawar Weighs-In on High-Profile Bike Accident Involving U2
NEW YORK, Nov. 20. 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Rolling Stone is reporting that long-time lead singer of the world famous group U2 was in a bicycle accident while riding in New York's Central Park (Bono Treated With Metal Plates, 'Intensive Therapy' After Bike Injury, November 19, 2014). Bono allegedly was attempting to avoid another rider when he was involved in what doctors are calling ...
25, Nov 2014 - Montgomery County court video program saves time, money
NORRISTOWN Montgomery County officials are hoping that a new program will cut down on police overtime throughout the county and streamline the process of allowing lawyers to speak to defendants in advance of a preliminary hearing.
25, Nov 2014 - Dangers of concealed-carry; fear and politics
This appellate court decision, allowing “law-abiding San Diegans to carry guns in public,” will inevitably result in dead and crippled San Diegans and devastated families.
25, Nov 2014 - Wa-Nee Crime Time November 21
Elkhart County Bookings Jessica Gonzales, 37, Milford. For Hold for Other Jurisdiction. Oct.25. Michael Dee Pugh, 30, South Bend. For Operating while Intoxicated and Felony Possession of Methamphetamine.
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