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17, Dec 2014 - Clifford Beam, member of CTLA, Wins Professionalism Award from CDLA
Beem & Isley, P.C.( http://www.beemlaw.net ) is proud to announce that Clifford Lee Beem, Esq., a member of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA), received the Professionalism Award from the opposing side, the Colorado Defense Lawyers Association (CDLA) at the recent reception and special ethics CLE event on November 4th at the Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center. (PRWeb November 19 ...
17, Dec 2014 - Law firm to Florida court clerks: Issuing gay-marriage licenses risks arrest
Gay-rights activists were ecstatic: Come Jan. 6, they thought, Florida same-sex couples would be lining up at courthouses across the state to get married.
17, Dec 2014 - Klamath Falls Authorities Need Help in Finding Tyler Nelson's Killers
By Aaron Nilsson/KTVL.comKLAMATH FALLS, Ore. -- The search continues for the suspects in Tyler Nelson’s death and Klamath County authorities said they need your help. Klamath County district attorney, Rob Patridge, said the police department in Klamath Falls has an anonymous tip line set up. ...
17, Dec 2014 - Judge's ruling puts N.C. town's Possum Drop in doubt
RALEIGH, N.C. The use of a wild opossum during an annual New Year’s Eve celebration in the North Carolina mountains again is uncertain after a Wake County judge agreed to block a General Assembly law approved this year.
17, Dec 2014 - West Virginia trial of executive charged in mine disaster delayed
By Kara Van Pelt BECKLEY, W.Va. (Reuters) - A U.S. federal judge in West Virginia on Wednesday effectively delayed the Jan. 26 start of the trial of a former coal mining company chief executive on charges of violating mine safety laws before a 2010 explosion that killed 29 workers. U.S. District Judge Irene Berger extended the deadline on filing motions ahead of the trial of Don Blankenship ...
17, Dec 2014 - The Skanner Newspaper - Ben Crump: The 'Black Lives Matter' Interview
Attorney Benjamin Crump, left, answers questions during a news conference Monday, Dec. 8, 2014, in Cleveland. Samaria Rice, second from right, the mother of Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old boy fatally shot by a Cleveland police officer, listens.
17, Dec 2014 - North Dakota Supreme Court Chief Justice Receives Special Honor
North Dakota Supreme Court Chief Justice Gerald VandeWalle receives special honor...
17, Dec 2014 - Appellate court won't halt circumcision for 4-year-old Palm Beach County boy
The Palm Beach County boy celebrated his fourth birthday on Oct. 31, and six days later a state appeals court cleared the way for his long-delayed circumcision.
17, Dec 2014 - Court reinstates lawsuit filed against Nick Saban's daughter
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) A judge in Tuscaloosa was wrong to throw out a lawsuit claiming the daughter of University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban beat up a sorority sister during a fight after a night of drinking, the Alabama Supreme Court ruled Friday.
17, Dec 2014 - Accused Akron cop killer pleads not guilty to Officer Justin Winebrenner’s death
AKRON, Ohio- The man accused of killing an Akron police officer last month pleaded not guilty. Kenan Ivery, 35, of Akron, was arraigned before Judge Alison McCarty in Summit County Court Wednesday morning. Ivery appeared handcuffed in a red prison uniform on multiple charges, including aggravated murder, in the shooting death of Officer Justin Winebrenner, […]
17, Dec 2014 - Damaging audio hangs over Stephen Collins '7th Heaven' actor's divorce case
FILE - This July 1, 2008 file photo shows actor Stephen Collins posing for a picture outside of the Shubert Theatre in New York. An audio recording in which the ?7th Heaven? actor Collins purportedly admits he has molested young girls won?t be played during his upcoming divorce trial, but it will factor in the proceedings and how much money his estranged wife, Faye Grant, receives from their ...
17, Dec 2014 - NYC will try to settle civil rights claim with Eric Garner's family to avoid possible trial
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer will attempt to negotiate a settlement of the $75 million civil rights claim brought forth by Eric Garner's family.
17, Dec 2014 - Former hooker tells parents their son may have been drugged by Atlantic City pimp
MAYS LANDING, N.J. (PIX11) – Theresa and Kevin McDevitt, Sr. have never missed a court hearing connected to the overdose death of their only son, Kevin Jr. An admitted pimp — Dewight Montrell Greer — is charged under the “strict liability” law—for providing the cocaine and heroin that caused the death of their 21 year […]
17, Dec 2014 - Judge declines to reconsider death row appeal
A federal judge has turned down a request from a Kentucky death row inmate to reconsider his reject a new trial and to overturn his death sentences in the slayings of three people in central Kentucky.
17, Dec 2014 - GovBeat: Tough Texas gets results by going softer on crime
A series of reforms has reversed the explosive growth of the inmate population.
17, Dec 2014 - Grand jury decision on Ferguson officer could come Friday
A tense Ferguson is awaiting to hear whether a St. Louis County grand jury believes Officer Darren Wilson should stand trial in the fatal shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown.
17, Dec 2014 - Pa. creates office to protect seniors
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania will create a state Office of Elder Justice to protect seniors from abuse and financial exploitation, primarily through proposed reforms to court-appointed guardianships.
17, Dec 2014 - Justice At Last for Final 'Angola Three' Prisoner Serving Longest Solitary Sentence in US H
An appeals court on Friday unanimously overturned the conviction against Albert Woodfox that has kept him in solitary confinement for more than four decades, bringing to an end a long, arduous quest for justice that spanned two prisons, alleged abuse by guards, and deteriorating health.
17, Dec 2014 - Fairgrounds Project Linked to Schools Lawsuits
Attorneys for the city of Memphis and for Shelby County Schools are trying another round of court-ordered mediation before the Thanksgiving holiday in...
17, Dec 2014 - Missouri Considers Building New Prison To Handle Booming Population
(Missourinet) - The state has not had to build a new prison for more than a decade, but the time for another one is getting close. The Corrections Department operates twenty adult institutions that now house more than 32,500 men and women that cost the state more than $22,000 a year to house. More than 70,000 other people are In the probation and parole system and several new programs in recent ...
17, Dec 2014 - Madison Co. sheriff to hold press conference about Myra Lewis case
The toddler has not been found, but it is expected that the sheriff will be giving an update in regard to the report issued by the Find Me Group with locations that needed to be searched.
17, Dec 2014 - Prisoners sue over alleged sexual abuse
Three male Idaho prison inmates sued the state and a corrections officer, saying the officer took advantage of their vulnerability for sex. Click to Continue »
17, Dec 2014 - Accused pill mill doc fires attorney just before jury selection
The Atlanta doctor accused of selling prescriptions for money in South Mississippi was supposed to be on trial this week. Instead, he's now looking for an attorney.
17, Dec 2014 - Controversial hospital chain owner poised to expand empire to Bay Area
Ontario-based Prime Healthcare Services last month was awarded the bid to purchase the Bay Area-based Daughters of Charity Health System. The deal, which must still be signed off on by California's attorney general as well as the Vatican, has alarmed critics, who say the hospital chain owner uses bare-knuckle tactics in his relentless drive for profits.
17, Dec 2014 - Indiana man gets 65 years in cousin’s slaying
ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) — A central Indiana man convicted last month in his cousin’s fatal shooting has been sentenced to 65 years in prison.
17, Dec 2014 - Jordan Brown may get a new trial
A Lawrence County teenager accused of killing his father's pregnant fiancee when he was 11 may get a new trial after a ruling Monday from the state's highest court.
17, Dec 2014 - Kansas City Man Sentenced for Illegal Firearms, Sold Weapon Used in Murder
A Kansas City, MO, man has been sentenced in federal court for illegally possessing numerous firearms, including a handgun that was used to commit a murder.
17, Dec 2014 - Mommy blogger accused of poisoning her son, 5, to death with salt appears in court as it is reveale
Lacey Spears appeared in a Westchester, New York court on Thursday almost a year after she allegedly poisoned her son to death with salt as prosecutors claimed she may have tried to poison him once before.
17, Dec 2014 - First Florida gay divorce granted by Broward judge
First Florida gay divorce granted by Broward judge                
17, Dec 2014 - Wisconsin Supreme Court agrees to hear 'John Doe' challenges
The orders issued Tuesday offer a preview of arguments over the investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's campaign during the 2011 and 2012 recalls.
17, Dec 2014 - Pension funds blame SeaWorld execs for $4M loss
Attorneys representing two government employee pension funds that hold SeaWorld shares claim their clients have lost more than $4 million as a result of misleading statements made by executives of the entertainment company. [READ:  Motion to become lead plaintiff ] The Arkansas Public Employees Retirement System (APERS) and Pensionskassen For Børne-­ Og Ungdomspædagoger (PBU), a teacher’s ...
17, Dec 2014 - Third charge is costly for West New York man in Mount Olive court
MOUNT OLIVE TWP. – A 28-year-old West New York man admitted in municipal court on Monday, Dec. 1, to having driven with a suspended license for a third time.
17, Dec 2014 - First female judge in Jackson County to retire
The first female judge in the Jackson County Circuit Court will be retiring at the end of the year.Judge Edith L. Messina announced her retirement on Tuesday. It will be effective Dec. 31 after 30 years of service. She will be turning 70 toward the end of the year as well, which is the state of Missouri’s mandatory retirement age for judges.Messina was the first female appointed as circuit judge ...
17, Dec 2014 - Entergy seeks new trial in overtime lawsuit
Entergy is asking for a new trial in a lawsuit about overtime pay at the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant.
17, Dec 2014 - Iowa man gets 10 years in child death case
An Iowa man has been sentenced to up to 10 years in prison after taking a plea deal in the 2012 death of his ex-girlfriend's son.
17, Dec 2014 - Florida Mesothelioma Victims Center Now Offers The Family Members Of A Diagnosed Victim An Instant
The Florida Mesothelioma Victims Center is now offering a diagnosed victim in Florida, or their family members a instant customized report that will include extremely specific information about the nation's most skilled mesothelioma compensation lawyers, the best mesothelioma treatment centers in the state, along with every resource they believe the victim, and their family needs. For more ...
17, Dec 2014 - Court sentences -- Dec. 7
According to state law, “fines, penalties, and license money shall be appropriated exclusively to the use and support of the common schools ... .” An exception is fines for overloaded vehicles. Seventy-five percent of those funds go to state highways; 25 percent go to the county general fund where the fine or penalty is paid. Fifty percent of money forfeited or seized in enforcing drug laws goes ...
17, Dec 2014 - Judge Nixes Sports Betting Plans In New Jersey
Despite sports betting legalization being overwhelming supported by New Jersey voters in a 2011 referendum, it has once again been struck down in court by U.S. District Court Judge Michael Shipp. The outcome of the decision was not a surprise and was widely expected due to the Judge’s previous ruling in February 2013.
17, Dec 2014 - Judge: Trial against NY police officer can proceed
A New York judge has declined to dismiss charges against a police officer accused of assaulting a driver in an incident captured on a store surveillance camera.
17, Dec 2014 - Are threats through social media criminal or free speech?
The U.S. Supreme Court is deciding if threats that come through social media are a criminal act or an expression of free speech. We have discovered that more than a dozen threats of violence have been reported in Lee County schools in 2014 and the vast majority of them were made through social media.
17, Dec 2014 - 'Evil' Richfield man sentenced to prison for gruesome death of his wife
A judge on Tuesday ordered a Richfield man to serve a life prison sentence for murdering his wife, then dismembering and burning her body.
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