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05, Mar 2015 - Lessons learned at Mock Trial event
After coming in dead last at the State Bar of Wisconsin La Crosse Mock Trial Regionals Saturday, the West Salem High School Mock Trial club is looking forward to next year.
05, Mar 2015 - Top inspector for Florida prisons under fire amid abuse reports
BY JULIE K. BROWN AND MARY ELLEN KLAS Times/Herald Tallahassee Bureau TALLAHASSEE — Sometime in August 2013, Department of Corrections senior investigators Aubrey Land and John Ulm sat down with their boss, Inspector General Jeffery Beasley, to talk about possible corruption in the department.
05, Mar 2015 - Pennsylvania governor's execution moratorium is challenged
The top prosecutor in Pennsylvania's largest city is challenging Gov. Tom Wolf's death penalty moratorium, telling the state's highest court that the action was illegal and unconstitutional. The lawsuit was filed Wednesday by Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams . It comes five days after Wolf said he would issue reprieves at least until he receives a report from a legislative commission ...
05, Mar 2015 - Cost of Colorado theater shooting case exceeds $5 million months before opening arguments
The criminal court case against Colorado theater gunman James Holmes has already absorbed at least $5.5 million in public monies, according to records obtained by Yahoo News.
05, Mar 2015 - Prosecutors subpoena 40 people for Ohio ex-lawmaker's trial
Prosecutors could call 40 people to testify in the case of a former southwest Ohio lawmaker accused of misleading investors about a company's financial status and using their money for personal gain.
05, Mar 2015 - Norwalk teen accused of being heroin dealer
Defendant released from jail on promise to return for court hearing. A pair of Norwalk women entered "not guilty" pleas to their respective felony charges Monday in Huron County Common Pleas Court.
05, Mar 2015 - Hutchinson outlines $33M plan to ease prison overcrowding
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday proposed tapping more than $33 million in state reserve funds to ease a backlog of state inmates at county jails by opening new prison space, hiring additional ...
05, Mar 2015 - Murder triggerman could spend up to 40 years in prison
CANYON COUNTY — James Whitewater, a 26-year-old Canyon County man who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in connection with the death of Pedro Martin Jr. outside a Nampa Walgreen’s store in June,
05, Mar 2015 - Man convicted of wife's murder plot that inspired 'Blind Faith' book, TV movie dies in
A New Jersey insurance salesman convicted of plotting to kill his wife in a crime that inspired the bestselling book "Blind Faith" and a TV movie has died. New Jersey's Department of Corrections said Robert O. Marshall died Saturday at South Woods State Prison in southern New Jersey. Marshall was 75. Marshall was convicted in 1986 of arranging the slaying of his wife, Maria.
05, Mar 2015 - Arkansas Prison Program Pairs Inmates, Mentors For Change
A faith-based program inside an Arkansas prison matches inmates with outside mentors in an attempt to change the course of inmates' lives.
05, Mar 2015 - Ex-guardsman gets 15 years
Sat, 28 Feb 2015 06:57:01 GMT By JEREMY BLACKMAN Monitor staff Ray Valas, a former New Hampshire National Guard commander convicted last fall of soliciting sex from an underage prostitute, has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison. Valas, 41, of Bow, was found guilty in November of one count of sex trafficking...
05, Mar 2015 - 'It’s about the safety of kids': Dana Point lawmaker's bill would ban sex offenders f
Orange County’s ban on sex offenders in parks, declared illegal by appellate judges last year, has a new backer: a proposed bill in the state Assembly that would allow cities to enforce restrictions on such criminals.The bill from state Assemblyman...
05, Mar 2015 - A defiant Alabama regains ground against gay marriage
Alabama's stand against same-sex marriage regained ground Wednesday after the state's highest court ruled that its ban remains legal, despite federal court pressure to begin issuing licenses to gays and lesbians....
05, Mar 2015 - Chicago pension reform lawsuits put on hold
Lawsuits seeking to void a law aimed at shoring up the finances of two Chicago pension funds have been put on hold pending a ruling by the Illinois Supreme Court on a law affecting state public retirement funds, participants in the litigation said on Monday. City unions and retirees had been seeking a preliminary injunction to stop the law, which took effect Jan. 1, in Cook County Circuit Court ...
05, Mar 2015 - Windsor Prison on Cuts List
Montpelier — Lawmakers and the Shumlin administration this week pieced together a list of suggestions — including closing the state prison in Windsor — for how the state could scrape up $29 million to fill another budget gap.
05, Mar 2015 - 12 from Berks on death row as governor imposes moratorium in Pennsylvania
Gov. Tom Wolf announced a moratorium on executions in Pennsylvania on Friday, saying it will be in effect at least until he receives the results of a legislative study on the topic. Twelve people convicted of murder in Berks County are among 186 inmates who currently sit on death row in Pennsylvania . The longest to serve is Randy Haag, who was sentenced on Sept. 25, 1987, for the murder of ...
05, Mar 2015 - Tuesday's Top 6 News Stories
From a judge blocking President Barack Obama's immigration policy to more snow and ice spanning the South, see the stories we're following.
05, Mar 2015 - APNewsBreak: Outgoing Gov. John Kitzhaber commutes sentence
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — As one of his final acts in office, Oregon's outgoing governor, John Kitzhaber, commuted the prison sentence of a young inmate convicted of attempted murder.
05, Mar 2015 - Court rejects appeal in Las Vegas slaying case
The Nevada Supreme Court has rejected the appeal of Marcus Washington, convicted in the shooting death of another man in Las Vegas in June 2011. Washington is ...
05, Mar 2015 - Man gets life sentence for fatal shooting
A South Florida man has been sentenced to life in prison for fatally shooting another man during a bar fight.
05, Mar 2015 - Theater shooting jurors sob, cite religion, call insanity a ‘cop out’ during individual questio
CENTENNIAL, Colo. — After the first day of individual juror questioning in the Aurora theater shooting trial saw the court retain far more jurors than expected, the second day produced similar results. Things began slow in the Thursday morning session inside the Arapahoe County District Court, with five jurors being questioned instead of the typical […]
05, Mar 2015 - Jesse Matthew Jr. Charged with First-Degree Murder of University of Virginia Student
The 33-year-old will not face a capital murder charge, which would have made him eligible for the death penalty
05, Mar 2015 - German student's family hopes sentence helps them find peace
MISSOULA, Montana (AP) — A Montana man was on the hunt, not the defensive when he shot and killed a German high school student who was trespassing in his garage, a judge said as he sentenced the man to 70 years in prison with no parole possible for at least two decades.
05, Mar 2015 - NJ court slaps down Christie plan on pension contributions
A New Jersey court on Monday struck down Governor Chris Christie's plan to cut contributions to its public pension system, ruling in favor of teachers, firefighters and police who sued the governor and state. In the lawsuit filed in June, the unions said that Christie's move to reduce pension contributions to $1.38 billion from $3.85 billion through fiscal 2015 was a violation of employees ...
05, Mar 2015 - Families: Hate sparked Chapel Hill shooting, not parking issue
The victims of a fatal shooting in Chapel Hill Tuesday night were students of both the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University, according to a statement issued by UNC.
05, Mar 2015 - Defense Attorneys Seek New Judge in Evergreen Child-Murder Case
Attorneys for the Evergreen man accused of killing his girlfriend’s 2-year-old son filed a motion on Feb. 26 to have a new judge assigned to the case.
05, Mar 2015 - These GOP States Won’t Fix Obamacare If Coverage Is Lost
Five Republican governors, including 2016 presidential hopeful, Scott Walker of Wisconsin, have vowed not to step in and restore federal health care subsidies to millions of people in their states if the Supreme Court strikes down a key piece of Obamacare, Reuters first reported. In March, the Court will begin hearing oral arguments in the high-stakes case of King v. Burwell that challenges ...
05, Mar 2015 - 40 people subpoenaed for ex-rep. Pete Beck trial
Prosecutors could call 40 people to testify in the case of a former southwest Ohio lawmaker accused of misleading investors about a company's financial status and using their money for personal gain.
05, Mar 2015 - Low on Resources, Boston Turns to Prison Labor to Shovel Snow
With Boston’s budget for snow removal having long since dried up, the snow-filled city has enlisted the efforts of prisoners, police cadets, and union workers to remove snow.
05, Mar 2015 - Jim Ward | 1939-2015: Commissioner saw Delaware County grow
DELAWARE, Ohio — Jim Ward, a three-term Delaware County commissioner and former State Highway Patrol trooper, is remembered for fighting for quality services for residents and rural sewer access. Ward, 76, died on Saturday at Delaware Court Health Care Center. The Republican was elected in 1996 and served 12 years as one of three commissioners who oversaw the county’s rapid housing growth and ...
05, Mar 2015 - IDJC staffer convicted of lewd conduct gets probation
CANYON COUNTY — Julie McCormick, a former Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections staffer convicted of lewd conduct with a minor under 16, will be released from prison after less than a year in custo
05, Mar 2015 - Illinois runs away from Northwestern 86-60
Northwestern came to Illinois' home court Saturday night riding a four-game win streak while the Illini had lost three straight. Illinois (18-11, 8-8 Big Ten) hit 14 3-pointers and Rayvonte Rice scored 19 points in his return to the starting lineup to handle Northwestern, 86-60. Ahmad Starks had 17 points, Malcolm Hill added 15 and Kendrick Nunn 14. I could just feel it,'' said Illinois coach ...
05, Mar 2015 - Man who inspired true-crime 'Blind Faith' novel, film dies
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - A New Jersey insurance salesman who was the inspiration for the true-crime novel "Blind Faith" and a TV movie has died. New Jersey's Department of Corrections said Robert O. Marshall died Saturday at South Woods State Prison in southern New Jersey.
05, Mar 2015 - Idaho man sentenced for attacking Missoula women last summer
The Idaho man who randomly attacked two women in Missoula last summer because he "felt aroused" will spend at least the next 15 years in the Montana State Prison.
05, Mar 2015 - Senators quiz official about new prison delays
DES MOINES | The leader of the state agency overseeing a problem-plagued state prison construction project faced tough questions Monday about escalating costs and ongoing delays that could hurt her chances of winning Senate confirmation, senators said.
05, Mar 2015 - Officials: Ruling in health care case won't affect Oregon
Oregon's health insurance marketplace is a state-based exchange and would not be affected by the U.S. Supreme Court case against president Barack Obama's health care law, state officials say. The Supreme ...
05, Mar 2015 - 'Days of Our Lives' actor sentenced after plea in Ohio crash
Soap opera actor Freddie Smith has been sentenced to two years of probation and had his drivers' license suspended for a year after pleading guilty to charges stemming from a car crash that seriously injured his...
05, Mar 2015 - Aaron Broussard appeal denied, panel rules
Former Jefferson Parish President Aaron Broussard's appeal was denied by a panel of judges Wednesday.
05, Mar 2015 - Judge refuses to toss Boynton child sexual abuse charges
On Florida's official list of registered sexual predators, Leonard Cuminotto's name and photo appear next to convictions from 2010 in Palm Beach County.
05, Mar 2015 - Winter swoops south, bringing freezing rain to North Texas
Freezing rain coated parts of Texas with ice on Monday, leading to hundreds of cancelled flights and a delay in the "American Sniper" murder trial.
05, Mar 2015 - Alaska becomes 3rd state with legal marijuana
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Smoking, growing and possessing marijuana becomes legal in America's wildest state Tuesday, thanks to a voter initiative aimed at clearing away 40 years of conflicting laws and court rulings.
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