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22, Oct 2014 - Wyoming added to same-sex marriage list
With the filing Tuesday of a one-paragraph notice by state officials in a federal courthouse in Casper, Wyoming, and the release of a two-page order by a federal judge, that state became the thirty-second to allow same-sex marriage — an increase of thirteen from just sixteen days ago. The Wyoming governor and attorney general formally advised a federal judge […]
22, Oct 2014 - Houston-area gang member gets 14 years in slaying
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A former gang captain has been sentenced to 14 years in prison over the 2008 drug-related slaying of a prospective member in South Texas. Urbish pleaded guilty to committing a violent crime in aid of racketeering in a plea deal over the death of Mark Davis Byrd Sr. of Pleasanton.
22, Oct 2014 - Judge to hear Colorado man's plea agreement in teacher's killing in Bakken oil patch
BILLINGS, Mont. — A Montana judge will 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.
22, Oct 2014 - Parents May Be Held Accountable for Kids' Facebook Activity, Court Rules
A Georgia appellate court ruled that the parents of a seventh-grader who created a fake and defamatory Facebook account for a classmate may be liable for emotional damages by a jury.
22, Oct 2014 - Arizona, Alaska join 29 other states recognizing gay marriage
A federal judge in Arizona has struck down that state’s gay marriage ban, and the US Supreme Court has turned away a request by Alaska officials seeking a stay of a federal court ruling striking down that state’s ban.
22, Oct 2014 - Prosecutor wants 10 years in prison for Pistorius
The chief prosecutor in the Oscar Pistorius trial urged the judge on Friday to send the Olympic athlete to prison for at least 10 years, calling it the minimum acceptable term and noting the horrific nature of the shooting...
22, Oct 2014 - Judge: Factions behind closed casino need to talk
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) – A casino in Central California shut down after an armed confrontation last week between tribal factions will remain indefinitely closed pending court-mandated talks, a judge ordered Wednesday.
22, Oct 2014 - DeLay conviction killed by top court
HOUSTON — The highest criminal court in Texas refused Wednesday to reinstate two money-laundering convictions against former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, ending a nearly ...
22, Oct 2014 - Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice suspended over role in porn scandal
Justice Seamus McCaffery apologizes for sending sexually explicit emails but blasts chief justice for trying to destroy his career
22, Oct 2014 - Forest Place arsonist gets 16-year federal sentence
Federal Judge Billy Roy Wilson today sentenced Lacey Rae Moore to 16 years in federal prison for setting fires at the Forest Place Apartments , one of which destroyed a building. She also was ordered to make $12.5 million in restitution, likely a symbolic judgment. Wilson sentenced Moore, 44, who had pleaded guilty, to nine years on one count and seven on another, to be served consecutively ...
22, Oct 2014 - Lawyer brings baby to court, gets 'humiliated'
An immigration attorney files a complaint after a judge refuses to make accommodations for maternity leave.
22, Oct 2014 - Grand jury indicts man on rape charge
A Nashville man could serve up to 40 years in prison and face deportation if he is convicted of sexually assaulting a co-worker.
22, Oct 2014 - Former NC mayor to be sentenced in corruption case
The former mayor of Charlotte will be sentenced Tuesday in a federal corruption case that stunned North Carolina's largest city.
22, Oct 2014 - Ohio Prisons To Test UAV 'Guard'
Will Employ Electrical Optical And Infrared Sensor Aboard Unmanned Aerostat The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (DRC) will test an aerostat (tethered balloon) at the Lebanon and Warren Correctional Institutions to evaluate its ability to help prison personnel make the facility safer by more quickly detecting and responding to security issues. This testing is in advance of an ...
22, Oct 2014 - Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano L.L.P. Comments on Article about Workplace Death R
Edgar Romano, a New York workplace accident lawyer at Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano L.L.P., weighs in on what changes to federal workplace accident reporting rules mean for employers and employees injured on-the-job. (PRWeb October 06, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/workplace-fatality/attorneys-ny/prweb12212480.htm
22, Oct 2014 - Hawaii State Bar questions judicial nominatio
KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii (AP) Public officials are defending a Hawaii County lawyer after the Hawaii State Bar Association deemed her unqualified to be a district judge.
22, Oct 2014 - Eric Holder To Step Down As Attorney General
This post was last updated at 4:44 p.m. ET. Eric Holder Jr., the nation's first black U.S. attorney general, will resign his post after a tumultuous tenure marked by civil rights advances, national security threats, reforms to the criminal justice system and 5 1/2 years of fights with Republicans in Congress. President Obama said on Thursday that Holder, 63, intends to leave the Justice ...
22, Oct 2014 - Carlton: Weirdness in electing Florida judges is still as good as it gets
Campaigning to be elected judge in Florida must sometimes feel like one of those strange dreams — the kind in which you're running but can't get anywhere, or trying to do something with your hands, only they're as big and clumsy as oven mitts.
22, Oct 2014 - State Department: One American detainee released in North Korea
WASHINGTON - American detainee Jeffrey Fowle has been released from North Korea, nearly six months after he was taken into custody on charges of leaving a Bible in a nightclub, the State Department said Tuesday. Two other Americans who have been tried and convicted of crimes in North Korea are
22, Oct 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.
22, Oct 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. 
22, Oct 2014 - Episode 3
By releasing low-level offenders, the state hopes to ease prison overcrowding.
22, Oct 2014 - Seven judges on ballot for merit retention
Seven appellate court judges are up for retention votes this election: Wendy Berger, Kerry Evander, Charles Alan Lawson, Richard Orfinger, David Palmer, Thomas Sawaya and Rand Wallis.
22, Oct 2014 - Wisconsin Club hosts Court of Honor restoration fundraiser
A History Night Fundraiser on Tuesday, Oct. 21 will raise money for the restoration of the Court of Honor monuments on West Wisconsin Avenue.
22, Oct 2014 - Senate candidates debate terrorism, campaign ads and Ebola
SIOUX CITY | U.S. Senate candidates Joni Ernst and Bruce Braley in a debate Thursday each said they don't like the slew of negative campaign ads being broadcast this election cycle but disagreed on whether changes must be pursued.
22, Oct 2014 - Man gets life in $22 robbery, kidnapping at Greenville Dollar General
 A man with 11 prior convictions is headed to prison for life after he was found guilty in a 2013 heist and hostage situation of a Dollar General store clerk in Greenville, according to prosecutors.
22, Oct 2014 - Duo indicted for capital murder in death of Denison man
SHERMAN, Texas -- The Grayson County District Attorney's office said Dalton Clayton, 21, and Lisa Gibby, 41, have been charged with capital murder in the death of Albert Duane Parker, 48, of Denison.
22, Oct 2014 - U.S. District Court Grants Covidien Preliminary Injunction against Ethicon’s Harmonic ACE®+7
Covidien plc today announced that the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut has granted a preliminary injunction against Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc., a Johnson & Johnson company.
22, Oct 2014 - Oscar Pistorius starts serving 5-year prison term
Oscar Pistorius was taken away in a police van with barred windows Tuesday to start serving a five-year prison sentence for killing girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
22, Oct 2014 - Attorney in DUI case: Alcohol didn’t cause fatal crash in Oklahoma Borough
The lawyer for a Vandergrift man told a Westmoreland County jury Tuesday that his client was drunk, but the alcohol didn’t cause a horrific crash ...
22, Oct 2014 - Life without parole in loud-music murder
A Florida judge Friday sentenced Michael Dunn to life in prison without parole for the 2012 shooting death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis. The sentence, imposed nearly two years after Dunn shot and killed Davis during an argument over loud music, also ca...
22, Oct 2014 - Onondaga County Bar Association to honor Emil Rossi
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The Onondaga County Bar Association (OCBA) expects more than 250 members at the Association’s 139th annual dinner on Thursday to recognize noted attorney Emil Rossi as its 2014 Distinguished Lawyer.
22, Oct 2014 - Cop killer's speech spurs new Pennsylvania victim rights law
People in Pennsylvania can now take civil action against offenders for conduct that causes a "continuing effect of the crime," drawing the ire of civil rights advocates who say the law violates the 1st Amendment.
22, Oct 2014 - Gay marriage: Alaska, Arizona couples win fight
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Gay couples won the right to wed in Alaska and Arizona on Friday, after separate court decisions ended bans in those states.
22, Oct 2014 - BUSTED! 51 arrested and charged, accused of manufacturing fraudulent prescriptions & filling them
MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration announced Thursday, October 16th state and federal charges against 51 people in total related to the illegal distribution of pharmaceutical controlled substances in the Milwaukee metropolitan area. The following 47 individuals were charged by the Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee or Washington County District Attorneys’ Offices, with the ...
22, Oct 2014 - Charge dropped against former lawmaker
A former Florida lawmaker won't face prosecution for violating the state's open-meetings laws after a judge ruled Tuesday that applying the law to a private citizen could violate a constitutional right to free speech.
22, Oct 2014 - Pullman arsonist sentenced to four years, ordered to pay $4 million - Tue, 21 Oct 2014 PST
The 33-year-old apprentice plumber who admitted to burning down several buildings of a Pullman apartment complex under construction in July 2013 will spend a little more than four years in prison and pay more than $4.7 million in restitution, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
22, Oct 2014 - Convicted murderer sues over prison porn ban
A convicted murderer sentenced to more than a half-century behind bars is suing the state of Connecticut, saying its ban on pornography in prison violates his constitutional rights.
22, Oct 2014 - No voter photo ID required at November election
Dunn County Clerk, Julie A. Wathke advises voters in Dunn County that they do not need to show a photo ID to vote at the Nov. 4 election. On Oct. 9, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned an earlier 7th Circuit Court of Appeals decision which had reinstated the photo ID law.
22, Oct 2014 - State agencies at odds over counting new crimes
California's attorney general and a corrections-related board overseen by Gov. Jerry Brown are in conflict over how to define recidivism, a term used for ex-cons who commit new offenses.
22, Oct 2014 - Chesapeake woman sentenced in federal court on child pornography charge
A Chesapeake woman was sentenced in federal court Tuesday to 15 years in prison on one charge of production of child pornography.
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