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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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I 'M REV WALKER,I WANT SAY THAT JUDGE AND LAWYER IN CASE OF WILLIAM FIELDS IN HOPKINSVILLES KENTUCKY,WAS GREAT UNJUST AND HARD,I DO NOT ACCEPT ANY BAD BEHA(...)
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20, Apr 2014 - Missouri court: No sales tax on balloon rides
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri Supreme Court says state sales tax should not be charged for hot air balloon rides.
20, Apr 2014 - Pacers stumble again, lose 90-76 to Cavs
Sitting in the last chair on Indiana's bench, David West stared straight ahead, unable to look at the court.
20, Apr 2014 - Jason Bohn Sentenced To Life In Prison Without Parole In Torture Death Of Danielle Thomas
A Queens man convicted of first-degree murder in the torture death of his ex-girlfriend in 2012 has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
20, Apr 2014 - Man executed for '97 bludgeoning
In 1989, Hernandez had been ordered to serve 25 years in a Mexican prison for bludgeoning a man in his hometown of Nuevo Laredo. Hernandez was one of two death row inmates who recently filed lawsuits seeking to halt their executions until Texas revealed the origin of its latest batch of execution drugs. Fellow plaintiff Tommy Lynn Sells, a serial killer whose victims included a 9-year-old San ...
20, Apr 2014 - Despite film success, Biggs preferred living in area
From the outlaw Roy Suggs in “Lonesome Dove” to his recent role as the judge presiding over Jack Black’s trial with Matthew McConaughey as the prosecutor in “Bernie,” Hunt County’s preeminent actor Jerry Biggs gave a series of finely honed performances during more than 30 years as a card-carrying member of the Screen Actors Guild.
20, Apr 2014 - PG County judge named chief of Maryland District Court
A judge from Prince George's County has been named the next chief judge of the state's District Court.
20, Apr 2014 - Ohio to recognize gay marriages
COLUMBUS — The state will appeal Monday’s federal court decision striking down part of Ohio’s ban on gay marriage when it comes to recognizing marriages legally performed in other states.
20, Apr 2014 - Charges dropped in abduction, beating case
The prosecution dropped three felony counts and a misdemeanor Wednesday in Warren County General District Court against a Linden man accused of holding another man against his will and beating him up repeatedly over several months.
20, Apr 2014 - 6 arrested in drug, gang operations in AL prisons
Six people, including a corrections officer and inmates, are under arrest in connection to a drug distribution operation within the Alabama prison system, according to U.S. Attorney George Beck, Jr.'s office.
20, Apr 2014 - Ohio man sentenced to 20 years in prison for dealing cocaine in West Virginia
A Steubenville, Ohio man will spend the next two decades in federal prison for his role in the distribution of cocaine in the Northern District of West Virginia and in Jefferson County, Ohio, U.S. Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld II said.
20, Apr 2014 - Documents: 'Fast and Furious' guns found their way to El Paso and Columbus, NM
Smugglers from Arizona being monitored through the U.S. government's Operation Fast and Furious helped supply firearms to a gun-trafficking ring led by officials in Columbus, N.M., according to court documents.
20, Apr 2014 - USA, California: Judge Rules Against Group Trying to Repeal Transgender Kids Law
A group fighting to repeal a bill protecting transgender kids suffered another setback in court today.
20, Apr 2014 - Ex-Superintendent of W.Va. Schools Files Second Lawsuit
Jorea Marple's latest legal claim was filed this week in Kanawha County Circuit Court, according to the Associated Press. A similar lawsuit is pending in federal court.
20, Apr 2014 - Three seek Sullivan County attorney position
BLOUNTVILLE — The Kingsport Times-News asked the three candidates for Sullivan County attorney in the Republican party primary to answer five questions.The county general election is not until August, but the race for county attorney — a job that pays nearly $111,000 per year — will be decided in the Republican primary next month because no one is running as a Democrat or independent in the ...
20, Apr 2014 - Appeal leaves defendant in prison
David Kline, 54, sits in prison after receiving an eight-year sentence in 2011 for pleading guilty to a felony sodomy charge filed in 2002. He appealed that sentence.
20, Apr 2014 - Ex-Upper Big Branch mine boss wants conviction tossed
A former mine boss is asking a federal appeals court to toss out the conviction for his actions at the West Virginia mine where an explosion killed 29 workers in 2010.
20, Apr 2014 - Appeals court: Deputy who found $45K shouldn't have stopped pickup
A Douglas County sheriff's deputy lacked sufficient cause to stop a Utah man's pickup, inside which the deputy found $45,000 cash in 2010, a federal appeals court has ruled.
20, Apr 2014 - U.S. appeals court: Conflict minerals rule violates free speech
By Sarah N. Lynch WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court on Monday struck down parts of a regulation that forces public companies to disclose if their products contain "conflict minerals" from a war-torn part of Africa, saying it violates free speech rights. The ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit marks a partial victory for the three business groups ...
20, Apr 2014 - Man pleads guilty to role in synthetic drug case
FARGO, N.D. (AP) — A Houston man who worked for a company that sold the chemicals that led to the synthetic drug deaths of two teens in the Grand Forks area pleaded guilty Friday after the government agreed to a lesser charge. Assistant U.S. Attorney Chris Myers said during Friday's plea hearing that Polinski handled information technology and other business operations for Motion Resources. The ...
20, Apr 2014 - Judge suppresses statements made to police
A northern Idaho judge has ruled that potentially incriminating statements made to police by a man charged with killing his estranged wife can't be used at trial.
20, Apr 2014 - Court deciding if ex-regulator should face charges
The crux of the argument is whether David Lott Hardy, who was fired by then-Gov. Mitch Daniels as part of an ethical scandal that eventually also cost three Duke Energy officials their jobs, should be charged with felony misconduct when he did not commit an actual crime.
20, Apr 2014 - Civil Rights Summit to address gay rights
Tuesday begins a three-day summit at the LBJ Presidential Library celebrating 50 years of the Civil Rights Act. President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the bill into law in 1964, but 50 years later, the term "civil rights" has made a comeback in the courts, as gay couples argue it's unconstitutional to ban them from marrying. Our political reporter Karina Kling takes a look at the gay marriage ...
20, Apr 2014 - Water rights go to Montana Supreme Court
On Wednesday, in response to a Tribal request for the high court to step in regarding a recent District Court water rights ruling, the Montana Supreme Court ordered that all proceedings are stayed until the state Supreme Court issues a ruling.
20, Apr 2014 - Judge delays Guantanamo hearing over defense FBI concerns
By Lacey Johnson FORT MEADE, Maryland (Reuters) - A military hearing for five men accused of conspiring in the September 11, 2001, attacks was derailed on Tuesday over concerns that defense attorneys were being spied upon by the FBI. Defense attorneys insisted they could not proceed with the pretrial hearing in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, because of the possibility of FBI involvement, and the ...
20, Apr 2014 - Woman sues, says weed-covered stop sign cause of crash
A woman has sued a city, a property owner, a bank and the bank’s property care firm over a weed-obscured stop sign she says caused her to be hurt in a crash.
20, Apr 2014 - Judge signs gag orders in Heather Elvis case
A gag order has been signed off on for the Heather Elvis case, restricting what information can be given by those involved in the case about the couple charged with the kidnapping and murder of 20-year-old Heather Elvis.
20, Apr 2014 - New York Airplane Accident Lawyer Adnan Munawar Comments on Plane Crash in Philadelphia
New York Airplane Accident Lawyer Adnan Munawar, of Munawar & Andrews-Santillo, issues a statement after a plane crashed during an aborted takeoff in Philadelphia (PRWeb March 25, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/03/prweb11701196.htm
20, Apr 2014 - Former SC jail guard sentenced in inmate beating
A former South Carolina prison guard has been sentenced to 24 months in prison for the beating of a handcuffed homeless man.
20, Apr 2014 - Health chief takes Illinois TB patient to court
CHICAGO (AP) — A central Illinois health official wants a judge to order an uncooperative patient with infectious tuberculosis to stay in his home and wear an electronic monitoring ankle bracelet to prevent the spread of disease.
20, Apr 2014 - Edwin Edwards' last stand
He's running for Congress at age 86 after four terms as Louisiana governor and time in prison.
20, Apr 2014 - Federal Appeals Court Rules Liability Risk Retention Act Preempts New York Direct Action Statute
The U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals in a ruling last week held that the federal Liability Risk Retention Act categorically preempts a New York State statute that allows a direct action lawsuit against ...
20, Apr 2014 - Man Sentenced to 18 Months in State Prison for Peeing on the Alamo
The state of Texas might take its history a little too seriously: On Monday, a Texas man was sentenced to 18 months in state prison for pissing on the Alamo. Read more...
20, Apr 2014 - Family appeals dismissal of Miss. casino suit
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - The family of Bryan Lee Glenn is asking a federal appeals court to let them pursue a wrongful death lawsuit that alleges a Biloxi, Miss., casino kept serving drinks to the man while he was drunk. Glenn, 30, collapsed in his hotel room at ...
20, Apr 2014 - City to begin interviewing law firms
The city of Clinton is scheduled to conduct two interviews with law firms in council chambers starting Tuesday at 10 a.m. in hopes of filling its city attorney void by the end of the month.
20, Apr 2014 - Judge considers Harrell's investigation request
A hearing is taking place related to ethics charges against one of South Carolina's top legislators.
20, Apr 2014 - Guard's arrest for firing gun near crowd comes days after warning-shot bill passes
Former NRA President Marion Hammer said, "Self-defense is not a crime … That is exactly what this law was intended to stop." An Orlando security guard landed in jail early Monday for firing warning shots near a crowd of about 15 to 20 people — an incident that occurred just days after Florida lawmakers passed a bill permitting warning shots as part of the state's "stand your ground" law.
20, Apr 2014 - Judge finds probable cause in Zillanz Winter Falcon case
At a preliminary hearing Thursday on charges against Zillanz Winter Falcon (aka James Henry Culver), 51, District Judge Patrick Murphy found probable cause to proceed.
20, Apr 2014 - Arkansas Supreme Court sides with flood victim families on malice law
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — The Arkansas Supreme Court sided Thursday with relatives of the 20 people killed in flash floods at the Albert Pike campground in 2010, agreeing with their interpretation of a state law the federal government is trying to use to strike down lawsuits over the deaths.
20, Apr 2014 - Springfield police commissioner unveils crime plan
Springfield’s incoming police commissioner is vowing to make the department more proactive when it comes to crime. On Monday night, John Barbieri told a crowd of more than 300 residents at his first public meeting that to do so he needs the community’s help to crack down on crime. The meeting came after a weekend in which there were five shootings in the city.
20, Apr 2014 - Bill could increase Peabody's number of court cases
PEABODY -- A bill filed by state Rep. Ted Speliotis, D-Danvers, could add Danvers or Middleton to the caseload of Peabody District Court, a move that could boost the fortunes of Peabody Square and make the court a more bustling one. Changing the juri
20, Apr 2014 - Bogart Trial: Las Cruces man found not guilty of murder in shooting death of his friend
A jury believed the man who says he shot and killed his own friend out of self-defense. The jury acquitted James Bogart Friday of second degree murder, meaning Bogart is a free man. The first trial ended in a mistrial in December. Bogart's future is still unclear because there was also a tampering with evidence charge.
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