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28, Jul 2014 - Arizona execution on hold as court reviews last-minute appeal: lawyer
Arizona's supreme court put the execution of Joseph Wood on hold on Wednesday, saying it would review a last-minute appeal that involved questions about the lethal drug cocktail to be used in putting him to death, Wood's lawyer said.
28, Jul 2014 - DA: Defense attorneys in Pa. slaying have conflict
UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A prosecutor is asking a judge to disqualify lawyers representing a father and son charged in the stabbing death of a man in southwestern Pennsylvania.
28, Jul 2014 - Judge says Supreme Court should ‘STFU’ on Hobby Lobby
A Nebraska federal judge is making headlines again, this time for writing on his blog that the U.S. Supreme Court should have “STFU” rather than weigh in on the Hobby Lobby case.
28, Jul 2014 - Incoming assignment judge to make history
FREEHOLD, N.J. (AP) - Monmouth County's next assignment judge will make judicial history in New Jersey. Judge Lisa Thornton will be the first black woman to serve as an assignment judge in the state's modern court system.
28, Jul 2014 - Homeless man sentenced in check cashing scheme - News, Weather and Classifieds for Southern New Eng
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - A homeless man has been sentenced in Rhode Island to 30 months in federal prison for his role in a fraudulent check cashing scheme that cost banks in at least four states more than $800,000.
28, Jul 2014 - Obama administration says health subsidies will continue despite federal appeals court ruling
The majority opinion concluded that the law, as written, "unambiguously" restricts subsides to consumers in exchanges established by a state. That would invalidate an Internal Revenue Service regulation that tried to sort out confusing wording in the law by concluding that Congress intended for consumers in all 50 states to have subsidized coverage.
28, Jul 2014 - Former New Orleans mayor sentenced to 10 years for corruption
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for his conviction on bribery, money laundering and other corruption charges. Prosecutors said the actions for which he was convicted spanned his two terms as mayor -- including the chaotic years after Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005. ...
28, Jul 2014 - Attorney Ron D. Herman is Rated 10.0 Superb by Avvo
Congratulations to Attorney Ron D. Herman for receiving a 10.0 Superb Rating from Avvo. Attorney Herman practices criminal defense, personal injury law and business litigation in West Palm Beach, Florida at Herman Law, P.A. (PRWeb July 07, 2014) Read the full story at
28, Jul 2014 - Vermont Supreme Court overturns state law on DNA collection
The Vermont Supreme Court on Friday overturned a state law allowing DNA samples to be taken from suspects accused of a felony.
28, Jul 2014 - Dad Charged With Toddler's Hot Car Death Was Sexting: Cop
The Georgia dad charged with killing his toddler son by leaving the boy in a hot car all day was exchanging graphic texts with a woman and a teenage girl in the hours before he found the boy dead, a detective testified today at a court hearing today.The..
28, Jul 2014 - Harold Jackson enters guilty pleas
A three-year-old case came to its final pretrial hearing Tuesday. Harold Marcellus Jackson, of Michigan, was indicted in 2011 for child neglect creating risk of injury, possession of a controlled substance, delivery of a controlled substance and conspiracy to commit a felony.
28, Jul 2014 - Judge Denies Motion to Dismiss Infant Death Case Involving Tylenol
A Pennsylvania judge signed an order on June 10, 2014 denying a motion to dismiss a case against Johnson & Johnson involving the wrongful death of an infant (No. 12-4162). Stacy Sherfey and Neil Sherfey, of Nevada, filed a complaint in 2012 alleging that their son, Tracen Sherfey, died in 2009 at two-weeks –old, from […]
28, Jul 2014 - Former special education teacher from Norridgewock admits to sexually abusing boys
Posted July 08, 2014, at 4:18 p.m. Last modified July 08, 2014, at 7:33 p.m. BANGOR, Maine — A former special education teacher admitted in federal court on Tuesday that he photographed himself sexually abusing three young boys in 2013 and then emailed the child pornography to other pedophiles.
28, Jul 2014 - Palm Beach County circuit judge named to federal bench
At mid-afternoon on Tuesday, Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Robin Rosenberg called her mother to make sure she was watching TV.
28, Jul 2014 - Turkish citizen pleads guilty in drug fraud case
ST. LOUIS (AP) _ A Turkish citizen has pleaded guilty to federal charges for smuggling counterfeit and adulterated cancer treatment drugs into the United States. Ozkan Semizoglu pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court in St. Louis. Sentencing is Oct. 28. Semizoglu and a second Turkish citizen, Sabahaddin Akman, were indicted in January. Akman has […]
28, Jul 2014 - Meyer dismisses Sprinkle from team
COLUMBUS — Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer dismissed Tracy Sprinkle from the team Monday after the defensive lineman spent the weekend in a Lorain, Ohio, jail on charges of cocaine possession and helping inflame a wild bar brawl.
28, Jul 2014 - Government selling home of man connected to Spokane murder case
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- The U.S. attorney's office plans to sell a home connected to a man who has been questioned in an alleged murder-for-hire scheme in Spokane, Washington, and is awaiting trial on weapons charges in North Dakota.   The case centers on James Henrikson, who had business dealings in North Dakota's oil patch with a man who was killed by an intruder in his Spokane home. Henrikson ...
28, Jul 2014 - DealBook: Judge Orders Argentina and New York Hedge Funds to Negotiate
Under the looming cloud of a default, the two sides have been ordered to meet with a mediator “continuously” until they can come to an agreement.
28, Jul 2014 - Man pleads guilty to DUI on same road he killed 4 in 1999 DUI
Walter Depner, who served 12 years in prison for killing four people in 1999 while driving drunk, pleaded guilty today to again driving under the influence on the same road in 2013.
28, Jul 2014 - Conflicting rulings handed down on health law
Two federal appeals courts handed down opposite rulings Tuesday on whether subsidies offered through the Affordable Care Act are illegal in states like Ohio that provide health coverage through federally run health insurance marketplaces, otherwise known as exchanges. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Virginia upheld the legality of the subsidies offered through federal marketplaces in 36 ...
28, Jul 2014 - UPDATE: DA responds to son’s arrest in triple homicide case
The Merced County District Attorney on Sunday responded publicly for the first time to his son’s arrest in connection with a triple-homicide case from last year. Ethan B. Morse, 18, son of Larry D. Morse II, was arrested Friday afternoon outside his Merced home on a warrant for murder in connection with the shooting deaths of three teenagers last year at an Easter party.
28, Jul 2014 - Park City resident accused of bribery
A Park City man has been charged by the Summit County Attorney's office in Third District Court with trying to bribe a county employee to influence
28, Jul 2014 - US ambassador, 3 other Americans killed in attack
The suspected ringleader of the deadly terror attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, will remain jailed until trial, a federal magistrate ruled on Wednesday.
28, Jul 2014 - Harris v. Quinn Symposium: Court departs from federalism, First Amendment jurisprudence
Catherine Fisk is the Chancellor’s Professor of Law at University of California Irvine School of Law. In Harris v. Quinn, the Court struck down an Illinois law authorizing the state to agree with the SEIU, the union that represents government-paid home care workers, that the workers must pay their fair share of the cost of […]
28, Jul 2014 - CARTA: Former chief to receive $70K severance payment
The Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority will pay its former executive director a lump-sum payment of $70,000 under a severance agreement signed on June 20, according to a CARTA spokesman.
28, Jul 2014 - Would-be bomber gets 15 years in prison
A man who planted a bomb under propane tanks outside a Publix supermarket in Dania Beach as part of a bid to extort as much as $50 million from the company was sentenced to more than 15 years in federal prison Thursday.
28, Jul 2014 - Boardman hopes state will approve West Parkside repair by next week
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - A judge has ruled that a 16-year-old central Ohio boy will be tried as an adult in a shooting that left one man dead and another wounded two days before Christmas.
28, Jul 2014 - UPPER FREEHOLD: Court settles fire service cost dispute
The long-running dispute between Allentown and Upper Freehold over fire protection costs has finally come to an end.
28, Jul 2014 - Trained to be ready to save your life
It may take only seconds for lives to change. A driver misjudges distance while pulling into an intersection, causing a crash. The boom is followed by the crushing of metal and breaking of glass as one car rolls off the road, landing on its roof.
28, Jul 2014 - The Supreme Court’s religious parenting precedent
In the second of the three-part series, Jeffrey Shulman from Georgetown Law looks at Wisconsin v. Yoder, the Supreme Court “port” from which a number of religious parenting cases would be launched.
28, Jul 2014 - Heber man booked on 20 counts of sex exploitation of a minor
A Heber City man sits in jail Wednesday afternoon accused of having child pornography.
28, Jul 2014 - Powell Trial: Police testify on four-day manhunt
Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) On Monday, Witness testimony in the double murder trial of Aaron Powell focused on the day he was picked up by police, four days after the killings.
28, Jul 2014 - Supreme Court denies Arizona inmate's final appeal (+video)
The Supreme Court cleared the way to carry out the execution of Arizona murderer Joseph Rudolph Wood, who was scheduled to be put to death at the state prison amid new scrutiny nationwide over lethal injections after several controversial executions.
28, Jul 2014 - No verdict reached following juror's panic attack in ex-SC State trustee's trial
Jury deliberations in former South Carolina State University trustee Jonathan Pinson's trial were delayed Monday after a juror had a panic attack.
28, Jul 2014 - California reduces deportations for minor crimes
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - Gov. Jerry Brown signed a law Monday reducing the maximum penalty for misdemeanors by one day - a change expected to significantly reduce the number of immigrants in the country legally who are deported for lesser crimes. Federal law allows legal immigrants to be ...
28, Jul 2014 - Trial for man accused of starving horses to death in Brownstown Township postponed until next month
BROWNSTOWN TWP. — The jury trial date for a man accused of letting two of his horses starve to death and another become gravely ill has been postponed.
28, Jul 2014 - Indiana state lawmakers revise laws to make inmates serve longer sentences
Barbed wire and orange jumpsuits haven't changed for Indiana inmates, but the amount of time they spend behind bars will.
28, Jul 2014 - ACLU sues over sending drug addicts to Framingham prison
BOSTON -- The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts filed a lawsuit Monday aiming to end the state’s practice of committing drug and alcohol addicted women to a Framingham correctional facility. "As Governor Deval Patrick has acknowledged, we are actually the only state that incarcerates people who are suffering from addiction to drugs and alcohol, who [...]
28, Jul 2014 - Supreme Court: Home health-care workers can’t be required to pay union fees
A divided court ruled home health-care workers are not the kind of state workers who can be required to union pay fees.
28, Jul 2014 - Indian-American jailed for tax fraud in US
Ashvin Desai, a resident of Silicon Valley in California, was sentenced Tuesday to six months imprisonment and six months and one day of home confinement for hiding the money in foreign bank accounts, Imperial Valley News reported Tuesday citing the Justice Department and Internal Revenue Service (IRS). A jury convicted Desai, a medical device manufacturer, in October last year of failing to ...
28, Jul 2014 - Bristol man enters plea in Christmas Eve murder in Scott
GATE CITY — A Tennessee man accused of pulling the trigger in a Christmas Eve 2011 shooting death pleaded guilty to first-degree murder Thursday during an appearance in Scott County court.Daniel Eugene Norris, 38, of Bristol, Tenn., had been scheduled to stand trial before a jury on a single count of capital murder but instead entered an Alford — or best interest — guilty plea to a reduced ...
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