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26, Nov 2014 - Uber Blocked From Operating in Nevada Pending Regulator Case
Uber Technologies Inc. was blocked from operating in Nevada by a judge in Reno, after regulators succeeded in getting the case taken from a judge in Las Vegas who had refused the halt the mobile car-booking ...
26, Nov 2014 - Georgia Banker Who Faked Death Gets 30 Years in Prison
A former bank director who faked his own suicide two years ago to cover up the theft of millions of dollars has been sentenced to 30 years in jail.
26, Nov 2014 - Sandy Parsons guilty on federal fraud charges
Parsons went to trial last week and faced 49 counts of financial fraud and even took the stand on Friday in his own defense.
26, Nov 2014 - Founders of K.E.L. law firm to receive public reprimand
The Florida Supreme Court has ordered a public reprimand for the founders of the K.E.L. law firm: Jeffrey S. Kaufman, Craig R. Lynd and Matthew S. Englett.
26, Nov 2014 - Woodruff, ex-Steelers corner, to run for state court
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A Pittsburgh judge who spent more than a decade playing cornerback for the Steelers is confirming he’ll be a candidate for Pennsylvania Supreme Court next year.
26, Nov 2014 - Florida court to rehear ex-FBI agent's murder case
A Florida appeals court in February will reconsider its decision to toss the murder conviction and prison sentence for a former FBI agent in a mob-style killing linked to jailed Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger.
26, Nov 2014 - High-ranking Gulf Cartel member gets 20-year sentence
A federal judge sentenced Rafael Cárdenas Vela, a one-time Gulf Cartel plaza boss and the nephew of the gang’s former leader, to 20 years in prison Monday in Brownsville. Cárdenas Vela acted as the plaza boss, the overseer of cartel operations in a region, for several cities during his career, including Matamoros, the gang’s base, according to federal prosecutors.
26, Nov 2014 - County in northeast Ohio creates veterans court
CLEVELAND (AP) - A court aimed at helping veterans will begin hearing cases next year in northeast Ohio. Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH'-guh) County Court of Common Pleas judges in Cleveland recently voted to create a veterans court there to help rehabilitate criminal offenders who have served in the military.
26, Nov 2014 - Nurse Follows Through on Vow to Defy Ebola Quarantine
State health officials going to court in effort to detain nurse who volunteered in Sierra Leone with Doctors Without Borders
26, Nov 2014 - Federal appeals court: Clergy abuse victim can’t make bankruptcy claim
MILWAUKEE (AP) — A federal appeals court says a clergy sexual abuse victim who previously settled with the Archdiocese of Milwaukee cannot set aside that deal to pursue a claim in bankruptcy court. The victim identified in court documents as John Doe settled with the archdiocese for $80,000 in 2007 after participating in mediation. The […]
26, Nov 2014 - Trial in Anderson defamation case set to begin
Jury selection is scheduled to begin Thursday in Marshall County Circuit Court in the trial of Brad Anderson against the North Marshall Water district, several former board members, a former employee and two county residents.
26, Nov 2014 - Fonfara Faces Three Challengers In 1st Senate District
Wethersfield lawyer Barbara Ruhe admits that it has become "a bit of a hobby" running against her political nemesis, Democratic state Sen. John Fonfara of Hartford.
26, Nov 2014 - Man gets prison term for pimping teen girl across Southern California
A 37-year-old Oakland man was sentenced Wednesday to 23 years to life in prison for trafficking a 16-year-old girl for prostitution across three Southern California counties, prosecutors said.
26, Nov 2014 - Man who avoided prison 13 years due to clerical error accused in purse snatching
A man who avoided prison for 13 years because of a clerical error is in trouble again, just months after a Missouri judge released him from his original sentence for armed robbery and declared him a "good man and a changed man"
26, Nov 2014 - Washington County president judge relieved of adminisrative duties
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court Wednesday reduced the duties of Washington County’s president judge, citing murky reasons for doing so that the court’s spokesman was unable to explain.
26, Nov 2014 - Adrian Peterson avoids jail time for whipping child
NFL star Adrian Peterson pleaded no contest Tuesday in a Texas court to one count of misdemeanor reckless assault, avoiding jail time for whipping one of his children.
26, Nov 2014 - Judge delays trial in Colorado cinema massacre case
By Keith Coffman DENVER (Reuters) - The judge presiding over the Colorado cinema massacre case on Monday delayed the murder trial of accused gunman James Holmes by six weeks to January, but denied a request by defense lawyers for a lengthier postponement. Holmes, 26, has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to criminal wrongdoing linked to the shooting deaths of 12 moviegoers inside a ...
26, Nov 2014 - Finding ex-inmates place to live a challenge
Two months after his release from prison and on his 61st day staying at a Springfield parolee transitional home, Clarence Hopson was planning his next step.The 32-year-old Hopson, who served about three years in prison on drug charges, is among the thousands of former prisoners paroled by the Illinois Department of Corrections annually. While most parolees emerge from prison to live with a ...
26, Nov 2014 - Nebraska court says Omaha man should get hearing
The Nebraska Supreme Court has ruled that a 34-year-old Omaha man convicted of first-degree sexual assault should get a hearing on his motion for post-conviction relief.
26, Nov 2014 - Vt. woman pleads not guilty to double-murder
Was a bad breakup a motive for murder? A woman from Southern Vermont is accused of killing her former fiancé and his son. Robin O'Neill was in court Thursday to answer to charges of second-degree murder.
26, Nov 2014 - Colorado DUI Defense Matters Attorneys Make "Top 40 Under 40" List
Colorado DUI attorneys Jake Johnson and William Smith Recognized by the National Trial Lawyers Association (PRWeb October 27, 2014) Read the full story at
26, Nov 2014 - Convicted ETX felon sentenced for federal firearms violation
A 27-year-old Grand Saline, Texas, man has been sentenced to federal prison for federal firearms violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.
26, Nov 2014 - Liquor store crook gets 6 years
Rodrigo Aguillar was 17 when he robbed El Jebel Liquors on March 10, 2014, brandishing a large butcher knife and what turned out to be a BB gun. He was sentenced Wednesday to six years in the youth offender division of Colorado's state prison system
26, Nov 2014 - PRINCETON: Gusciora eyed for judgeship in Superior Court
Democrat Assemblyman Reed Gusciora is being considered for an appointment as a Mercer County Superior Court judge, in a possible career change that would end a political career of one of the leading liberals in the Legislature.
26, Nov 2014 - Youngstown man sentenced for Thanksgiving Day murder
A 34-year-old Youngstown man has been sentenced to 15 years to life in prisonformurdering a man lastThanksgiving Day.
26, Nov 2014 - ViaCyte's VC-01™ Investigational Stem Cell-Derived Islet Replacement Therapy Successfully Imp
SAN DIEGO, Oct. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ViaCyte, Inc., a privately-held regenerative medicine company, announced today that the first patient in its Phase 1/2 study was successfully implanted with VC-01™, its embryonic stem cell-derived islet replacement product candidate being developed as a treatment for type 1 diabetes.  This Phase 1/2 clinical trial, designed to evaluate the VC-01 product ...
26, Nov 2014 - Poland man awaiting child porn trial remains jailed
A Poland man will remain in federal custody, even though an appeals court overturned his child pornography conviction.
26, Nov 2014 - Police Blotter: Tso gets 10 years for sexual assault conviction
ALBUQUERQUE — Gerald A. Tso, 25, of Shiprock, was sentenced Oct. 27 in federal district court to 10 years in federal prison followed by five years of supervised release for his aggravated sexual assault conviction.
26, Nov 2014 - Judge rejects reconsideration of lawsuit against Northern Pass
A judge has rejected a motion for reconsideration of a lawsuit by the now former owners of the Owl's Nest Resort who claimed that the prospect of the Northern Pass electrical transmission project coming through their property put them out of business.
26, Nov 2014 - Nevada finally establishes appeals court
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 - 'Murderabilia' website owner banned from Texas prisons
John William King, an angry white supremacist covered with racist tattoos, had just been sentenced to death for the savage murder of James Byrd Jr., a 49-year-old black man who was chained to the back of a pickup and dragged to his death the previous summer.
26, Nov 2014 - In defeat for unions, Indiana's top court upholds right-to-work law
By Jonathan Stempel (Reuters) - The Indiana Supreme Court has unanimously upheld the state's right-to-work law, which bars employers from requiring workers to join unions or pay union dues as a condition of employment, in a victory for business groups. Thursday's 5-0 decision reversed a lower court ruling that had found the law violated Indiana's constitution. Prior to the law's adoption in 2012 ...
26, Nov 2014 - 'Dramatic' early phase 1 results for AG-120 in IDH1 mutated AML
( University of Colorado Denver ) University of Colorado Cancer Center study shows 'extremely promising' early phase 1 clinical trial results for the investigational drug AG-120 against the subset of patients with acute myeloid leukemia harboring mutations in the gene IDH1.
26, Nov 2014 - McGlinchey Stafford Adds Three Attorneys in Fort Lauderdale
McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce that three new attorneys have joined the firm’s Fort Lauderdale, Florida office: Stephen Abeyta, Joseph Apatov and Ian Norych. The three
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 - US 6th Circuit judges behind gay marriage rulings
A look at the judges on the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel that on Thursday upheld anti-gay marriage laws in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky and Tennessee:
26, Nov 2014 - Man on trial over Sevier County crash found not guilty | UPDATE
The trial has begun for an East Tennessee man charged in a wreck that killed three people.
26, Nov 2014 - Three facing prison for trafficking in fake drugs and steroids
A man who was embroiled in Major League Baseball's steroid scandal, and two other South Florida businessmen, have all pleaded guilty to conspiracy to traffic in counterfeit drugs, court records show.
26, Nov 2014 - Should North Carolina Magistrates Perform Gay Marriage Despite Their Faith?
Nevertheless, AOC Director Smith claims that magistrates swear an oath to the United States Constitution, and, therefore, have a duty to perform such marriages since two federal judges have ruled the State's Marriage Amendment that defines marriage as one man and one woman is unconstitutional. Smith adds in his latest correspondence that he believes Berger may be misleading magistrates to ...
26, Nov 2014 - Missouri judge dismisses exploitation case
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — A Greene County judge says there isn't enough evidence to convict a woman accused of stealing from and manipulating a 93-year-old man.
26, Nov 2014 - Tom Sneddon, DA best known for prosecuting Michael Jackson, dies at 73
LOS ANGELES — Tom Sneddon, a retired Santa Barbara County district attorney whose best-known prosecution ended in the acquittal of pop star Michael Jackson on child molestation charges, died Saturday in a Santa Barbara hospital. He was 73.
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