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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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26, Nov 2014 - Nevada finally establishes a court of appeals
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Justice hasn't always been swift in Nevada, which until last week's election was one of 10 states in the nation without an intermediate court of appeals.
26, Nov 2014 - Pa. Supreme Court decision may reopen Monessen health office
The shuttered state Department of Health office in Monessen might reopen in the wake of a Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision Thursday. The court sided with ...
26, Nov 2014 - Austin Couple Convicted In Satanic Child Abuse Case Seek Exoneration
One year after being released from prison, an Austin couple is working to clear their names. In 1992, Dan and Fran Keller were convicted of sexually abusing children while making them partake in satanic rituals at a daycare. Monday, their attorney, Keith Hampton, asked a judge to recommend the couple be exonerated. ...
26, 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.
26, Nov 2014 - Marriage Equality Comes to South Carolina
With the Supreme Court's refusal to delay a pro-equality decision, South Carolina officially becomes the 35th state to embrace marriage equality. read more
26, Nov 2014 - Paragould man sentenced to prison for double shooting
A Greene County judge sentenced a man to 20 years in prison for the attempted murder of two people back in March.
26, Nov 2014 - Guilty plea, life sentence stand in nursing student slaying
The man accused in the 2012 rape and slaying of 24-year-old Tullahoma, Tenn., nursing student Megan Sharpton will spend the rest of his life behind bars after a special motion hearing in Sequatchie County.
26, Nov 2014 - Hundreds Of Inmates Freed From California Jails After Voters Pass Prop. 47
A ballot measure passed by voters last week is already freeing hundreds of inmates from California county jails after their felony charges were reduced to misdemeanors.
26, Nov 2014 - Former banker Aubrey Lee Price sentenced to 30 years in prison
Former banker Aubrey Lee Price was sentenced to 30 years in prison, Tuesday, for leading a Ponzi scheme in two states that cost investors mi…
26, Nov 2014 - Judge rules Illinois pension law unconstitutional
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — An Illinois judge tossed out a landmark law Friday intended to fix the nation's worst government-employee pension crisis, ruling that the plan lawmakers adopted less than a year ago violates the state constitution's ban on reducing retirement benefits once they're promised.
26, Nov 2014 - Grants Pass woman convicted of seven DUII's
Grants Pass, Ore. --- More than three years in prison for a Grants Pass woman whose been convicted of a DUII for the seventh time. The Daily Courier reporting that 56 year old Michele Porzio has five previous convictions for DUII in Oregon and one in California. Josephine County Circuit Judge Lindi Baker said it was one of the most extraordinary DUII cases she had seen. Baker reportedly asked ...
26, Nov 2014 - Heating oil business files for bankruptcy protection
A New Hampshire home heating oil company that faced customer delivery delays earlier this year has filed for bankruptcy protection.      A lawyer for Hudson-based Fred Fuller Oil & Propane Co., Inc., filed the paperwork in federal court in Concord on Monday.      The paperwork estimates Fuller has 1,000 to 5,000 creditors, assets of $10 million to $50 million, and liabilities of $10 million to ...
26, Nov 2014 - Former Charlotte Mayor Patrick Cannon: Out of prison in 2016?
Former Charlotte mayor and felon Patrick Cannon, who will begin a 44-month sentence next week, could serve less than half that time at his West Virginia prison. Federal guidelines boast of “truth in sentencing” – that the prison time handed down by a judge is the time served.
26, Nov 2014 - Alabama man accused of threating Obama deemed 'incompetent'
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — An Alabama man is mentally incompetent to stand trial on charges of threatening President Barack Obama’s life, and prison officials should determine whether he was also incapacitated at the time of the alleged offense, a federal judge ruled.
26, Nov 2014 - High Court Clears Way for Gay Marriage in South Carolina
The court denied the emergency stay Thursday, but Justice Antonin Scalia and Justice Clarence Thomas said they would have granted it.
26, Nov 2014 - Feds Criticize New Immigration Policy; State Cites Liability Concerns
A new immigration policy in Connecticut puts the state among a number of jurisdictions across the country that have stopped honoring detention requests issued by federal immigration authorities - heightening debate over whether the detainer requests are a lawful means by which to hold someone...
26, Nov 2014 - Former Eagle nuclear power company executives indicted
BOISE — A federal grand jury indicted two former executives of an Eagle nuclear power plant Thursday on 14 counts of conspiracy, securities fraud, wire fraud, filing false tax returns and making false
26, Nov 2014 - Price sentenced for illegal lobster purchases
KITTERY, Maine — U.S. Attorney Thomas E. Delahanty II, for the District of Maine, announced that John W. Price, 59, of Kittery, was sentenced Wednesday in U.S. District Court by Judge D. Brock Hornby to 45 days in prison for structuring currency transactions and for illegally purchasing lobsters.
26, Nov 2014 - LabCorp to spend $6.1 billion on Covance
LabCorp will pay about $6.1 billion in cash and stock to buy Covance in a tie-up that aims to improve clinical trial research for pharmaceuticals.
26, Nov 2014 - Why Microsoft is suing the Internal Revenue Service
Microsoft sued the Internal Revenue Service on Monday, seeking information about a law firm hired by U.S. tax authorities in a review of how the software company books sales between subsidiaries.
26, Nov 2014 - Wonkblog: California is about to learn that “tough on crime” is tough to undo
Proposition 47, the ballot measure voters approved on Tuesday, isn't a "Get out of Jail Free" card.
26, Nov 2014 - No glitches as Taylor dies by lethal injection
BONNE TERRE, Mo. – With the execution early Wednesday of Leon Vincent Taylor, 2014 ties 1999 for having the most executions in a year in Missouri.Taylor, 56, who killed a Blue Springs man in 1994 in an Independence gas station robbery, was pronounced dead at 12:22 a.m. at the state prison in Bonne Terre, minutes after receiving a lethal injection.Taylor shot Robert Newton, 53, to death in front ...
26, Nov 2014 - Woman with counterfeit money sentenced
Rochester, N.Y. (AP) -- A New York woman who spent fake 100-dollar bills throughout New York state and beyond has been sentenced to 18 months in prison. U.S. Attorney William Hochul says 31-year-old Michele Sergeant of Queens was also ordered Friday to pay $44,700 in restitution after being convicted of possessing counterfeit bank notes. ...
26, Nov 2014 - US Attorneys in Colorado Achieve Over $5 Billion “Fiscal Haul”
DENVER – U.S. Attorney John Walsh announced that the efforts of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Colorado resulted in the collection of over $5 billion in recoveries in Fiscal Year 2014 (October 1, 2013 to September 30, 2014). Specifically, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Colorado, working on its own and with other U.S. Attorney’s Offices and components of the Department of Justice ...
26, Nov 2014 - City says traffic camera plaintiffs have no legal right to sue
CEDAR RAPIDS — A motion was recently filed in federal court by the City of Cedar Rapids and the company that provides traffic camera services, claiming the drivers who filed a lawsuit challenging the speed cameras don’t have a legal right to sue them. The class-action lawsuit was filed two months ago in Linn County District Court by residents in the county and outside the state of Iowa, but the ...
26, Nov 2014 - Steuben Co. woman gets 20 years in prison for kidnapping woman and infant at knifepoint
A New York woman has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for kidnapping a northern Pennsylvania woman and her infant after escaping police custody at a hospital.
26, Nov 2014 - Acclaimed Attorney Joseph Cavallo Never Disappoints With His Innovative Tactics
California-based attorney, Joseph Cavallo, has earned a reputation of a fighter for his clients as a defense attorney and as a business litigator, who has served as lead trial counsel in a multitude of ...
26, Nov 2014 - Elk poacher headed to prison
A Bellefonte man has been sentenced to spend up to 18 months in jail and pay more than $20,000 in fines and costs after pleading guilty Wednesday to poaching three bull elk, one of them among the largest on record in Pennsylvania.
26, Nov 2014 - Latest appeal by Dr. Dolly Hearn’s killer rejected, community still working to keep Corbin in for
The man serving a life sentence for murdering a beloved Washington dental student has lost his latest appeal to escape the consequences of his crime.
26, Nov 2014 - It looks to be a trying winter in Common Pleas Court
While Athens County Common Pleas Court held only four jury trials between September 2013 and today, that could be doubled in the coming months with eight prominent cases scheduled for trial between now and early February.
26, Nov 2014 - No. 23 Syracuse falls 73-59 to Cal in 2K Classic
NEW YORK — The place was packed with orange, just like during all those years in the Big East. Syracuse's fans provided a home-court advantage, but the players couldn't take advantage of it. "They showed up tonight and we didn't," Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim said. Jordan Mathews scored 20 of his 22 points in the second half, and California routed the No. 23 Orange 73-59 on Thursday night to reach ...
26, Nov 2014 - Judge OKs Hernandez trial delay in 2012 killings
A judge on Tuesday agreed to delay the trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez in the 2012 slaying of two Boston men after his lawyer said Hernandez's defense team is busy trying to prepare for his...
26, Nov 2014 - Dustin McDaniel thanks Region 8 for their support
Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel told Region 8 he was happy with his service as the state's chief legal advisor.
26, Nov 2014 - 3 robbed at gunpoint after N.C. state fair declares gun-free zone
Three people were reportedly robbed at gunpoint Saturday leaving the North Carolina State Fair after a judge ruled earlier this month that concealed weapons would not be permitted at the event. Wake County Superior Court judge Donald Stephens decided more than two weeks ago that it would be ...
26, Nov 2014 - Man gets 80 years for Galveston baker slaying
A man convicted in the slaying of a Southeast Texas baker who was abducted while closing his business must serve 80 years in prison.
26, Nov 2014 - NJ Study Commission on Violence panel meets in Vineland - NBC40.net
VINELAND - The newly formed New Jersey Study Commission on Violence made one of its seven stops in Cumberland County Wednesday night, one of South Jersey's hot beds of violent crime spots.
26, Nov 2014 - Judge overturns Montana same-sex marriage ban (+video)
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that Montana's constitutional amendment limiting marriage to a man and woman violates the 14th Amendment's Equal Protection Clause.
26, Nov 2014 - Child-sex attempt in Lake Mary leads to 17-year sentence
A man who traveled to Seminole County earlier this year in hopes of having sex with two girls was recently sentenced to 17 years in federal prison.
26, Nov 2014 - Court overthrows Northern Pass lawsuit
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by two business owners against the Northern Pass project.
26, Nov 2014 - Local prosecutor stresses importance of understanding that grand juries do not decide guilt
The decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the Michael Brown shooting came from a grand jury. As a result of their findings, Officer Wilson won't face criminal charges. A grand jury is not the same as a trial jury. That is what Elkhart County Prosecuting Attorney Curtis Hill says people may not know.
26, Nov 2014 - Consumer advocate urges top court to abandon pro-insurer standard
Maryland’s chief advocate for insurance consumers urged the state’s top court to abandon its 177-year-old practice of deferring to the insurer's interpretation of policy terms in most instances.
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