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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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01, Nov 2014 - Chamblee wins annexation dispute
The Georgia Court of Appeals, last week, unanimously ruled in favor of Chamblee in its annexation dispute with Brookhaven over Century Center commercial development properties.
01, Nov 2014 - NY-24 Election Preview: John Katko hopes to take his talents from the courtroom to Congress
John Katko had a successful career as a federal prosecutor. Working out of the U.S. Attorney's Office in Syracuse, he played a lead role in putting several gang members behind bars. 
01, Nov 2014 - Court finds RGA violated Vermont campaign law
A Vermont court has determined that the Republican Governors Association violated campaign finance law when it set up a political action committee in 2010 that the state said was designed to get around a $2,000 campaign...
01, Nov 2014 - 'Feel-good' victims' rights amendment draws support, criticism
Some counties -- including St. Clair County -- are serving crime victim's "exactly right,&
01, Nov 2014 - Court rejects petitions filed in pollution case
A federal appeals court has rejected a challenge by environmentalists who sought a review of plans in New Mexico and... more »
01, Nov 2014 - Thousands released after immigration holds denied
SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — Immigration officials say local authorities across the U.S. released thousands of immigrants from jails this year despite efforts to take them into federal custody, including more than 3,000 with previous felony charges or convictions.
01, Nov 2014 - Minnesota man convicted of going online and assisting suicide gets jail time, says he's sorry
A former nurse in Minnesota who admitted going online and encouraging two people to kill themselves is headed to jail.
01, Nov 2014 - Vernon still hopes for hydro dam settlement
VERNON -- The town's long-running tax dispute with energy giant TransCanada has been scheduled for a trial early next year.
01, Nov 2014 - Man sentenced to prison after violating community control in Wellston, Ohio
James M. Friend of Wellston, Ohio will spend one year and six months behind bars for violating community control sanctions. He fled from police after a traffic stop in February of 2013. A chase ensued and Friend was arrested. 
01, Nov 2014 - Supreme Court upholds 18-year sentence for $600 drug deal
The U.S. Supreme Court denied a petition Tuesday from three D.C. drug defendants serving lengthy prison sentences for dealing minor amounts of cocaine, but three justices disagreed — arguing the court missed a key opportunity to rule on an important Sixth Amendment issue. The men — Desmond Thurston, Joseph Jones ...
01, Nov 2014 - Pharmacy Owner, Mark Graziano, to Plead Guilty
DES MOINES, Iowa – The owner of Bauder’s Pharmacy will plead guilty to two federal felonies for allegedly selling hundreds of thousands of painkillers to people who didn’t have prescriptions. Mark Graziano had forcefully denied any wrongdoing in the two years since the allegations were made public. But his lawyer says he has decided to change his plea. State regulators raided the pharmacy in ...
01, Nov 2014 - California college approves agreement with prison
Faculty from Northern California's Solano Community College will begin teaching inmates at a nearby prison under a deal unanimously approved by the school's governing board.
01, Nov 2014 - Election Guide 2014: Retention of judges
Voters on Nov. 4 will decide whether to retain Judge Shelley A. Hill for the 14th Judicial District, which encompasses Routt, Moffat and Grand counties, and Routt County Court Judge James Garrecht. Judge Shelley A. Hill Ballot language: Shall Judge Shelley A. Hill of the 14th Judicial District be retained in office? The 14th Judicial District Commission of Judicial Performance has unanimously ...
01, Nov 2014 - Va. Supreme Court: Parents can’t be charged when kids are late to school
Virginia?s Supreme Court tossed convictions against a Loudoun mom whose kids were late to school.
01, Nov 2014 - Editor-lawyer poised for a judgeship in Concord
By Colleen Quinn STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE BOSTON -- Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Managing Editor David Frank is a lot more than a good writer; he is an excellent trial attorney, his colleagues told the Governor's Council during his
01, Nov 2014 - Judge sets new trial date for James Holmes in Colorado theater shootings
A Colorado judge has postponed the death penalty trial for movie theater shooter James Holmes for a fifth time.
01, Nov 2014 - Texas pastor arrested for soliciting prostitute: Christ’s love allowed me to get caught
A pastor at an Amarillo church could face up to six months in prison after getting caught with a prostitute in a Motel 6.
01, Nov 2014 - Ex-nurse who admitted encouraging Canadian's suicide headed to jail
A former Minnesota nurse who admitted going online and encouraging an English man and a Canadian woman to kill themselves is headed to jail.
01, Nov 2014 - Son sent to prison after Colorado woman festered in filth
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) — A Grand Valley man has been sentenced to five years in prison for neglecting his mother so severely authorities say her life was in danger.
01, Nov 2014 - Chief details Sunday rescue at Raven Cliff Falls
Authorities from White Co. and Georgia DNR law enforcement rescued a man who fell more than 80 feet from Raven Cliff Falls. (Photo courtesy of GA DNR)
01, Nov 2014 - Psychic pleads guilty to scamming Oregon tree farmer out of family fortune
Rachel Lee, 43, of Canby, pleaded guilty in federal court this week to charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, conspiracy to commit money laundering and failure to file personal income taxes.  
01, Nov 2014 - FACT CHECK: Ad Attacks Ohio Supreme Court Justice French
A political ad for the Ohio Supreme Court is causing controversy, and a leading legal organization is asking that it be pulled from the air.
01, Nov 2014 - Aryan Brotherhood captain sentenced in San Antonio for torture-killing order
The trio's prosecution resulted in a large-scale crackdown by the Justice Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives of many other members and associates of the gang. The Aryan Brotherhood of Texas is a race-based gang formed in the 1980s in the Texas prison system that promotes whites as the superior race, gang experts and court records state. The gang modeled itself ...
01, Nov 2014 - Paul Brown’s legacy honored in renaming of U.S. District Courthouse
The building at the corner of Travis and Pecan streets in Sherman has had a long history of service to the community. It was built in 1907 at a cost of $140,000 and has housed federal officials from post master to federal judge. On Wednesday the legal community celebrated the change of Spanish Colonial revival Beaux Arts building’s name to the Paul Brown Federal Courthouse. The name change ...
01, Nov 2014 - New Mexico court hears death sentence appeals
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - New Mexico's only inmates facing possible execution asked the state's highest court on Monday to declare their death sentences unconstitutional because capital punishment was abolished after their convictions.
01, Nov 2014 - Otter seeks full panel review of gay marriage ruling - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 PST
BOISE – Idaho Gov. Butch Otter wants a larger group of judges to reconsider the recent decision that overturned the state’s ban on same-sex marriage. “I will continue defending Idahoans’ self-determination and the will of Idaho voters who decided that traditional marriage is a core principle of our society,” Otter said. The governor on Tuesday announced that he would file a petition seeking a ...
01, Nov 2014 - Best Lawyers in America Names Three Wick Phillips Attorneys to 2015 List
Peer-Reviewed Survey Recognizes Bright, Martin and Wick (PRWeb October 19, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/10/prweb12258733.htm
01, Nov 2014 - Mets strike back at ex-exec's discrimination suit
The New York Mets say a former top team executive was fired for legitimate business reasons despite her allegations she lost her job because she had a child without being married. Team Chief Operating Officer Jeffrey Wilpon made his argument on the club's behalf in court papers filed Friday in federal court in Brooklyn. Leigh Castergine sued Wilpon and the club earlier this year. Her lawsuit ...
01, Nov 2014 - Hours After His Capture, Accused Trooper Killer Led Into Pennsylvania Court
After seven weeks on the run, Eric Frein was captured Thursday, marking a peaceful end to a dangerous pursuit following the deadly shooting at a Pennsylvania State Police barracks. Carmella Mataloni reports.
01, Nov 2014 - Crucial ruling due Friday on future of Atlantic City's Trump Taj Mahal casino
A federal bankruptcy court judge in Delaware will issue what the owners of Atlantic City's Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort consider a life-or-death decision for the troubled gambling hall.
01, Nov 2014 - Former Indiana State Trooper David Camm Files Lawsuit
He spent 13 years in prison only to be acquitted, but former Indiana State Trooper David Camm has filed a lawsuit against the people who sought to keep him there.
01, Nov 2014 - Judge Rules Suspect Can Be Required To Unlock Phone With Fingerprint
A Virginia Circuit Court judge ruled that police officers cannot force criminal suspects to divulge cellphone passwords, but they can force them to unlock the phone with a fingerprint scanner.
01, Nov 2014 - New Mexico court to hear death sentence appeals
SANTA FE — New Mexico’s only inmates facing possible execution want the state’s highest court to declare their death sentences... more »
01, Nov 2014 - Medicare repayments won't impact hospital services, but will hurt bottom lines
MONTPELIER -- Executives at Vermont hospitals faced with paying back hundreds of thousands of dollars, and in some cases millions, to Medicare say the repayments weaken their financial positions, but won't have a direct impact on patient services.
01, Nov 2014 - Michigan doctor sentenced in sexual assault
A northern Michigan family care doctor who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a patient under the pretense of therapy has been sentenced to 38 months to 10 years in prison.
01, Nov 2014 - Reentry Program for former inmates kicks off in Fulton Co
The new program kicked off at Fulton Job and Family Services. They are providing ex-prisoners in Fulton, Henry and Williams County with a wide range of services, including help finding work, housing, transportation and assistance with mental issues. 
01, Nov 2014 - Wisconsin: Woman who kidnapped newborn nephew sentenced to 25 years
MADISON, Wis. -- A federal judge sentenced a Colorado woman Monday to 25 years in prison for kidnapping her newborn nephew from a Wisconsin home and leaving him for dead behind an Iowa gas station as police closed in, calling her a chronic liar who would have let the child die.
01, Nov 2014 - Judge rejects sentence modification for ex-cop
A southern Indiana judge has rejected a sentence medication for a former police officer convicted of pointing a gun at his girlfriend during a confrontation in front of his two children.
01, Nov 2014 - Judge to hear plea deal in teacher killing
SIDNEY, Mont. (AP) — A Montana judge was set to consider a plea agreement Wednesday that calls for a Colorado man to plead guilty to killing a high school teacher and burying her in a shallow grave in the Bakken oil patch.
01, Nov 2014 - Man Facing Jail Time Fails To Return To Norfolk Superior Court Before Verdict
Massachusetts State Police are looking for a man facing prison time who they say escaped a Norfolk courtroom before the verdict was read in his drug case.
01, Nov 2014 - Attorney Resigns In Shooting Case
White River Junction — The attorney representing a 34-year-old Springfield, Vt., man charged in connection with a 2008 shooting death in Windsor County withdrew from the case during a court hearing on Thursday.
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