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31, Oct 2014 - Alleged leader of counterfeit credit card ring arrested in Allegheny County
The alleged leader of a counterfeit credit card ring was arrested this week in Allegheny County, but a key accomplice in the scheme remains at large, the Pennsylvania Attorney's General office announced today.
31, Oct 2014 - Sex assault victim wants say at Megan’s Law hearing
Heather Glennon knows what she would say at a Megan's Law hearing to the judge about convicted sex offender Michael Arendasky, who was released in July after serving a 25-year prison sentence.
31, Oct 2014 - Top two school administrators cited for failure to report child abuse
Two school administrators in Paragould were ordered to appear in court for failing to report child abuse, according to documents filed in Greene County District Court. However, an attorney for the school district said the administrators did report the allegations.
31, Oct 2014 - Driver in Tarpon Springs fatal DUI crash gets 12 years in prison
CLEARWATER — Leah Selevan asked that a picture of her fiance, Patrick Vosbein, taken after he was ejected from a car going more than 100 mph be hung up so the man responsible for his death would have to look at it every day in his prison cell.
31, Oct 2014 - Special Report: U.S. visa program for crime victims is hit-or-miss prospect
It was the week of Chinese New Year, and Jian Zhen Huang was climbing her sister’s doorstep in Brooklyn with cups and other supplies for the celebration inside. Oakland, California, has less than 5 percent of New York’s population, yet law enforcement there verified 2,992 immigrants during the same period - more than twice as many.
31, Oct 2014 - State Hospital inmate ruled incompetent to stand trial
AMERICAN FORK — An inmate at the Utah State Hospital was deemed incompetent to stand trial for murder after an evidentiary hearing Thursday in Fourth District Court.
31, Oct 2014 - Methodist Church Top Court Rules In Favor Of Pastor Who Performed Son’s Same-Sex Marriage
Frank Schaefer, a Methodist pastor who was defrocked for officiating his son’s same-sex wedding and then reinstated, can now officially keep his ordination . The church’s highest judicial body issued the ruling Monday on technical grounds.
31, Oct 2014 - Western NY man found guilty in 1979 wife killing
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - A 60-year-old western New York man was found guilty Friday in the stabbing death of his estranged wife in 1979. An Erie County Court jury found Michael Rodriguez guilty of second-degree murder after three hours of deliberations, said New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
31, Oct 2014 - Philadelphia Tax Attorneys Discuss Business and Local Tax Issues
Chamberlain Hrdlicka lawyers Stewart M. Weintraub and Jennifer Weidler Karpchuk present programs on local tax and business tax issues (PRWeb October 24, 2014) Read the full story at
31, Oct 2014 - Unadilla man found guilty of federal extortion charges
(WKTV) - A Unadilla man has been found guilty of federal extortion charges after he conspired with a Connecticut man to pose as organized crime figures to extort money from a business owner, the U.S. Department of Justice said.
31, Oct 2014 - Vt. prison guard headed to prison
Vermont prison guard is headed to prison for sexually abusing two female inmates.
31, Oct 2014 - Ex-Jefferies Trader Gets Bail as Court Questions Verdict
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31, Oct 2014 - Joplin To Get 155 New Trees For Tornado Recovery
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Inmates at a Missouri prison have been taking care of 155 new trees that will be donated to Joplin to replace trees lost in the May 2011 tornado. The Missouri Department of Corrections on Monday announced that oaks, tulip poplars and other trees will be donated to help Joplin recover from the tornado, which destroyed more than 15,000 trees. The EF-5 tornado killed 161 ...
31, Oct 2014 - Man sues Oklahoma over brother's botched execution
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The botched execution of an Oklahoma inmate last spring that led to a moratorium while the state reconsidered its lethal injection protocols was "barbaric" and violated the inmate's constitutional protection from cruel and unusual punishment, his brother contends in a lawsuit.
31, Oct 2014 - Police Agencies Consider 'Liars Lists' to Aid Prosecutors, Defense
Prosecutors are reporting an increase in the scrutiny of police officers who testify in criminal trials. It's leading law enforcement to consider new ideas for how to keep untruthful police officers from ending up on the stand.
31, Oct 2014 - Opponents of Wisconsin voter ID law ask Supreme Court to step in
The Supreme Court has been asked to block the controversial voter ID law before the November elections
31, Oct 2014 - Trial underway for former Choctaw Nation executive
MUSKOGEE, OK--The trial is underway for a Pushmataha County man accused of bribery.
31, Oct 2014 - Oscar Pistorius sentenced to 5 years in prison
Olympic runner Oscar Pistorius has been sentenced to 5 years in prison for killing girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
31, Oct 2014 - Man Gets 10 Years For Copper Thefts
A San Antonio man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for stealing copper in a ring that investigators say targeted Central Texas communication towers. Ricky Thatcher must also pay more than $163,000 to victims, including the Lower Colorado River Authority. Thatcher pleaded guilty to engaging in organized criminal activity. An LCRA spokeswoman said Tuesday that Thatcher was sentenced Oct. 7.
31, Oct 2014 - CA Man Sentenced for NV Meth Conspiracy
A 42-year-old California man who federal prosecutors say was the ring-leader of a methamphetamine trafficking operation in northern Nevada has been sentenced to more than 19 years in prison.
31, Oct 2014 - Prison agency puts two on leave
The Arkansas Department of Correction placed two employees on administrative leave Wednesday while it investigates how a TV station was granted a prison interview with the man accused of killing a North Little Rock real estate agent.
31, Oct 2014 - Nashville man sentenced to life for killing ex-wife
A Nashville man will spend life in prison for the shooting death of his ex-wife in Maryland.
31, Oct 2014 - 2 Arkansas Prison Workers Placed on Leave After Inmate's Television Interview
No disciplinary action has been taken against the employees after KARK's interview with murder suspect Arron Lewis.
31, Oct 2014 - Latest Pennsylvania news, sports, business and entertainment
A man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend, her parents and her new boyfriend and leaving their bodies in a field is expected be arraigned in a Florida court.
31, Oct 2014 - Leonard Jackson murder trial opens in Bridgeport
Leonard Jackson listens as the prosecution presents its case on the opening day of his trial for the October 30, 1980 Bridgeport murder of 30-year-old Estella Brantley in Superior Court in Bridgeport, Conn. on Tuesday, October 21, 2014.
31, Oct 2014 - Pro leagues, NCAA ask court to stop New Jersey's latest attempt to legalize sports betting
NEWARK, N.J. — The four major professional sports leagues and the NCAA filed papers in court Monday to stop New Jersey's plan to allow legal sports betting beginning this weekend, when gamblers could become the first in the nation outside Nevada to wager on single games.
31, Oct 2014 - Expansion of Oklahoma DNA database to be studied
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma lawmakers have scheduled a study on legislation that would require persons accused of crimes to provide samples of their DNA. Defendants convicted of certain crimes in the state are already required to provide DNA samples to law enforcement authorities to determine if they ...
31, Oct 2014 - County's drug court gets solid reviews
 One-by-one — many in their 20s, others in their 30s and beyond — they approach the podium for a brief, but serious discussion about their recent activities and progress before Judge Scott Pavlich, who oversees the 53rd Circuit Court Adult Drug Court Program. The judge is forthright in his questioning; he is familiar with the details of each individual's case and life circumstances. Participants ...
31, Oct 2014 - Kansas City-St. Joseph diocese to pay $10 million to settle 30 priest abuse cases
An 11-day trial in a former altar boy's lawsuit against the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph ended abruptly with a nearly $10 million settlement that covers his case and 29 others alleging sexual abuse by priests.
31, Oct 2014 - Teen Spends Years At Rikers Island Without Being Sentenced
Robert Siegel speaks to Jen Gonnerman about her New Yorker profile of Kalief Browder. He spent three years in jail awaiting trial, starting when he was 16 years old. His case was ultimately dismissed.
31, Oct 2014 - Bail bid dropped for boy in killing of 90-year-old
A 10-year-old boy charged with fatally beating a 90-year-old woman remained in adult prison Wednesday after his lawyer withdrew a request for bail, saying his family isn't ready to have him released into their custody.
31, Oct 2014 - Bazetta Twp. man sentenced to 2 years for elderly theft
Orlando Montoya, 37, was sentenced to two years behind bars on Wednesday, for cheating a 77-year-old Mineral Ridge woman, out of $48,250.
31, Oct 2014 - Does the death penalty or life in prison cost more for taxpayers?
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAAY) - Does sentencing someone to death, really cost less? Or is it more cost effective to keep someone alive in prison?
31, Oct 2014 - Court administrator lands state award
Sugar Land Deputy Court Administrator Brittany Rychlik recently received the Texas Court Clerks Association Distinguished Services Award from the Texas Court Clerks Association (TCCA).
31, Oct 2014 - Inmate freed from Jacksonville prison in landmark Illinois case
CHICAGO — A prisoner whose confession helped free a death row inmate in a case that was instrumental to ending capital punishment in Illinois was released Thursday after he recanted, and a prosecutor said there was powerful evidence that the other man was responsible.Alstory Simon's confession gained international attention in 1999, largely because of an investigation by a journalism professor ...
31, Oct 2014 - Ex-lawman turned dealer gets 11 years
Sedrick Reed, the former Arkansas State Police lieutenant who in July admitted to stealing seized drugs from the agency's property room to sell on the streets, was sentenced Thursday to more than 11 years in federal prison.
31, Oct 2014 - Iowa Supreme Court hears Sioux City traffic camera case
Sioux City's traffic cameras once again made it into an Iowa courtroom. It wasn't just any courtroom. The Iowa Supreme Court hit the road to hear appeals on the Buena Vista University campus, in Storm Lake, Iowa.
31, Oct 2014 - Newly-elected Monroe County sheriff not allowed to fill position
Newly-elected Monroe County Sheriff Randy White is out of a job after a ruling by a Chancery Court judge voided his August election to the post.
31, Oct 2014 - Final sentencing issued in Verona Subway robbery case
The third of three Newark men charged in connection to the robbery at a Verona Subway restaurant in 2013 was sentenced Tuesday to 50 months in prison for his role in the crime.
31, Oct 2014 - Appeals court backs dismissal of Dirksmeyer-probe lawsuit
A federal appeals court on Thursday upheld a lower court's dismissal of a lawsuit accusing Russellville police of conspiring to pin the 2005 killing of Arkansas Tech University student Nona Dirksmeyer on her boyfriend, Kevin Jones.
31, Oct 2014 - Should inmates be allowed facial hair for their faith?
Watch Video | Listen to the Audio RELATED LINKS ‘Mosque Crawlers,’ ‘Rakers’ Monitoring U.S. Muslims for NYPD SCOTUS v. POTUS: The role of the Supreme Court, historically Should Justice Ginsburg retire? Debating term limits for the Supreme Court JUDY WOODRUFF: The new Supreme Court term kicked off today with a case about the religious freedoms of prison inmates. Should Muslim inmates be allowed ...
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