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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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02, Mar 2015 - Killilea-Dunne fights US challenge to husband’s asset transfers
Wife of bankrupt developer Seán Dunne wants court to refuse asset recovery attempt
02, Mar 2015 - Selenski’s life spared
He’s a lifer. After just under two hours of deliberations, the jury in Hugo Selenski’s capital double-murder trial returned a verdict of life in prison Wednesday night, a week to the day after he was convicted of first-degree murder in the deaths of Micha
02, Mar 2015 - Gaxiola found not competent to stand trial
BISBEE — A man accused of attacking a National Park Service employee nearly two years ago will have to complete a return to competency program before he can stand trial, a Cochise County Superior Judge ordered Friday. Gil Gaxiola is facing charges of attempted first-degree murder, attempted second-degree murder, armed robbery, three counts of aggravated assault, kidnapping and theft of means of ...
BOISE — Idaho Department of Correction Director Kevin Kempf said there are a few things he always likes to keep in mind: People can change, lawbreakers can be redeemed and, even behind the secure gate
02, Mar 2015 - Expungement bill for low-level felons clears Kentucky House
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — The Kentucky House has passed a bill that would allow certain low-level felons to ask a judge to have their criminal records expunged. The bill cleared the House on an 84-14 vote Wednesday and now goes to the Senate, where similar bills have died in past years. Under the measure, people convicted of class D felonies could petition a court for expungement five years after ...
02, Mar 2015 - Dede Family Files Civil Suit Against Markus Kaarma & Partner
Judge Ed McLean handed down Markus Kaarma's 70-year sentence just before noon Thursday for the killing 17-year-old Diren Dede.
02, Mar 2015 - READ IN: Jersey Blues Edition
Another freezing day in D.C.; Christie's bad week; Maureen McDonnell sentenced today; more emails look bad for former Ore. first lady; inside Bibi's head; and Facebook Friday!
02, Mar 2015 - In blue state Illinois, can union-curbing measures by GOP governor succeed?
Less than a month after taking office, Gov. Bruce Rauner (R) of Illinois took a first swipe at public-sector labor unions Monday when he announced an executive order that would curb dues owed to them by nonmembers. Bypassing the state legislature to push through a controversial policy change has proved successful for other state governors. Former Gov. Mitch Daniels (R) of Indiana passed a ...
02, Mar 2015 - Waterford man to stay in prison in 2 big drug cases
A 37-year-old Waterford man indicted in two large drug-trafficking cases will stay in prison while he awaits prosecution in U.S. District Court in Erie.
02, Mar 2015 - Cleveland judge faces hearing over behavior
CLEVELAND (AP) - A three-member panel is set to hear evidence this week to decide if a Cleveland municipal judge accused of mistreating court staff, defendants and others should be allowed to return to the bench.
02, Mar 2015 - Right to Farm, Right to Bear Arms amendments argued before Missouri Supreme Court
Plaintiffs argued the ballot language was misleading. The state's attorneys said courts shouldn't overturn election results based on semantics. Read more
02, Mar 2015 - Gang Member, Heroin Drug Dealer Sentenced to 40 Years in Prison
In July 2014, Thomas Smith and 21 other people, most of who were members or associates of the 22nd Street Bloods in Columbus were indicted by a Scioto County Grand Jury.
02, Mar 2015 - Mug shot rule change proposed following Freeland crime
A suspected South Whidbey burglar has inspired a bill in Olympia that would make jail mug shots available for disclosure to the public.
02, Mar 2015 - Detective: 30 women say Ogden doctor inappropriately touched them
A judge is ordering an Ogden chiropractor to stand trial for inappropriately touching a patient.
02, Mar 2015 - Insanity defense fails in 'American Sniper' murder trial
A Texas jury convicted Eddie Ray Routh of murder in the deaths of 'American Sniper' author Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield. 
02, Mar 2015 - Tuscaloosa County denies licenses for same-sex marriages
Anticipation turned to disappointment Monday morning for the first same-sex couples trying to obtain marriage licenses in Tuscaloosa County. Local probate court officials handed them a condensed version of Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore's order, issued late Sunday night, that said the state's probate courts should ignore a lower federal court ruling that the state's ban on gay marriage is ...
02, Mar 2015 - Court orders Laguna Woods penny stock figure to pay $2.6 million
A man who lives in Laguna Woods and Maui, Hawaii, has been ordered to pay some $2.6 million for his role in a penny stock scheme. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission last week said a court in Hawaii held Ronald Zaucha liable for over $2.6...
02, Mar 2015 - ROAR files motion for rehearing of Over The River appeal
Rags Over the Arkansas River, an organization formed to formally oppose artist Christo's Over The River temporary work of art project, filed a motion Wednesday in the Colorado Court of Appeals asking the Court to grant a rehearing of a recent appeal.
02, Mar 2015 - Cost of defending theater shooting suspect kept under wraps
DENVER (AP) — As the Colorado theater shooting case moves closer to trial, taxpayer-funded attorneys for defendant James Holmes have revealed little about their case, including how much it has cost to defend him.
02, Mar 2015 - Man sentenced for threats to ranch owners
John Fesler Lance II spent 28 years in prison searching for a way to take back the Sweeney Creek ranch near Florence he lost in a 1979 divorce.
02, Mar 2015 - Businessman: Mississippi's ex-prison chief sought bribes - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Miss
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - A businessman says a former Mississippi prison official solicited the first in a series of bribes that eventually mounted to $1.5 million.
02, Mar 2015 - Bobby Shmurda's Bail on Hold Recap
Bad news for Bobby Shmurda and fans rooting for his release from prison. The rapper, thought to be on the way to release after posting a two million dollar bail, is not being released as expected
02, Mar 2015 - Selenski trial postscript: Roles of fathers, sons and a media circus
Hugo Selenski and I both were born in the summer of 1973, separated by about six weeks and more than 1,000 miles.Our parents' marriages ended before the 1970s did. Both of us were separated from our troubled biological fathers at a young age.That is where the similarities end.
02, Mar 2015 - Sheppard Mullin Elects Eleven Attorneys to Partnership
Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP is pleased to announce that the firm has elevated eleven of its attorneys to partner. The new partners are William F. Ahmann , Christopher J. Collins , Pankit J. ...
02, Mar 2015 - Recreational marijuana becomes legal in Alaska
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) -- Smoking, growing and possessing marijuana becomes legal in America's wildest state Tuesday, thanks to a voter initiative aimed at clearing away 40 years of conflicting laws and court rulings.
02, Mar 2015 - Rape in the American Prison
In 2003, Congress passed legislation to eliminate sexual assaults against inmates. One young man’s story shows how elusive that goal remains.
02, Mar 2015 - Optum opens European swing in Algarve
Optum's time trial ace, Tom Zirbel, will aim for a strong showing in Friday's TT at the Volta ao Algarve. Photo: Casey B. Gibson | (File). Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies will duke it out against the WorldTour elite in Algarve as part of a six-week European swing The post Optum opens European swing in Algarve appeared first on .
02, Mar 2015 - Wolves Win One in Battle With Ranchers
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service on Thursday formally restored endangered species protections to the gray wolves of the western Great Lakes area—Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan—and Wyoming. In a one-paragraph statement, the FWS explained that it had taken the action to comply with two federal court orders in 2014 that overturned the agency’s move to end special protections for the ...
02, Mar 2015 - Woman convicted of abducting own kids
AUGUSTA (AP) — A Maine woman has been convicted of taking her own children from their legal guardian and driving them to South Carolina. BethMarie Retamozzo, of Fairfield, was convicted Wednesday in Kennebec County Superior Court of two counts of criminal restraint by a parent. She faces up to five years in prison at sentencing scheduled for Friday. read more
02, Mar 2015 - Suge Knight pleads not guilty in fatal hit-and-run, has chest pains in court
COMPTON, California (CNN) — Former rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight pleaded not guilty Tuesday to murder charges in a fatal hit-and-run incident before complaining of chest pains in court and being taken to the hospital. Knight, 49, stood in a defendant’s box next to his attorneys and intently read the complaint against him as the […]
02, Mar 2015 - Family of slain Kingman inmate search for answers
KINGMAN - Five weeks have passed since Neil Early was fatally beaten at the Arizona State Prison-Kingman.
02, Mar 2015 - A Letter From Arnold Prieto, Who Was Executed in Texas on January 21
We periodically run letters from death row inmates . Our latest letter comes from an inmate who is now deceased. Arnold Prieto, Jr. wrote us this letter on January 14, one week before he was executed by the state of Texas. Read more...
02, Mar 2015 - Milltown couple charged with insurance fraud
By KATHY CHANG Staff Writer MILLTOWN — A Milltown couple face up to 20 years in prison after they were charged in an alleged scheme involving fraud, money laundering, tax evasion and the concealment of more than $30 million in income over a four-year period. read more
02, Mar 2015 - Riverside County Attorney Joseph V. Camarata Included in 2015 “California Rising Stars” List
Joseph V. Camarata and the team at Camarata Law are pleased to announce the Temecula-based attorney’s inclusion in the annual Super Lawyers list of California Rising Stars. (PRWeb February 05, 2015) Read the full story at
02, Mar 2015 - Georgia to execute only woman on the state's death row
ATLANTA (AP) — The only woman on Georgia's death row is set to be executed Monday.
02, Mar 2015 - FBI, NC law enforcement arrest 10 in online predator operation
A two-week effort by North Carolina law enforcement to catch individuals that victimize children online ended Tuesday with the arrests of 10 people, according to a news release from the FBI Charlotte Division. James Ford didn't have much to say as he walked out of the Cabarrus County courthouse Thursday morning.   He made his first appearance on charges of distributing or receiving materials of ...
02, Mar 2015 - W.Va. House passes bill to make judge elections nonpartisan
West Virginia House lawmakers have approved a bill making elections nonpartisan for magistrates and judges, including state Supreme Court justices...
02, Mar 2015 - Editorial: No Single Answer To Prison Problems
There is no doubt that one of the biggest issues deviling county administrators, legislators and communities is trying to decide what can be done about our county jails and state prisons. Most of them are perpetually overcrowded, sometimes leading to the early release of people who shouldn’t be out on the streets. Other problems associated with overcrowding are dangerous conditions for inmates ...
02, Mar 2015 - $100M settlement for hundreds in Florida tobacco lawsuits
MIAMI (AP) — A $100 million settlement has been reached between three major tobacco companies and hundreds of people who sued them for smoking-related deaths and illnesses in Florida federal court.
02, Mar 2015 - Recorded sexual abuse not allowed, causes new trial
A Lee county man already found guilty of sexually abusing his stepdaughter for years could soon walk free. She secretly recorded her abuse when she turned 16, but the Florida Supreme Court says the audio should not have been used as evidence in the trial.
02, Mar 2015 - Fatal Chapel Hill shooting: When is a crime a ‘hate crime?’
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — The cries from family members and shocked Muslims are clear: Call it what it is, a hate crime. They say Craig Stephen Hicks hated religion and that he was riled at the sight of his Muslim neighbors — two of them young women who wore hijabs. When he allegedly killed Deah […]
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