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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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23, Oct 2014 - Oklahoma State, Texas OC suing each other over play-calling duties
At stake is a substantial buyout from the coach's previous job as Oklahoma State's offensive line coach. When is an offensive coordinator not an offensive coordinator? And is Texas assistant Joe Wickline really one? A Texas judge is set to consider these questions after Wickline filed suit in Travis County, claiming he is the Longhorns' play-caller. That sounds all terribly bizarre -- until you ...
23, Oct 2014 - Court clears way for gay marriage expansion
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court unexpectedly cleared the way Monday for a dramatic expansion of gay marriage in the United States and may have signaled that it’s only a matter of time before same-sex couples can marry in all 50 states.
23, Oct 2014 - 'Practically miraculous' - Murderer wins case before Ohio court
Prisoner represents himself in challenging Parole Board’s decision to keep him locked up for 5 more years.
23, Oct 2014 - Alaska gay couples seek marriage licenses after judge dumps ban
By Steve Quinn JUNEAU Alaska (Reuters) - Alaska officials began accepting marriage license applications from gay couples on Monday, a day after a federal judge ruled the state ban's on such nuptials was unconstitutional in the latest victory for U.S. supporters of same-sex matrimony. U.S. District Judge Timothy Burgess ruled on Sunday that a ban on gay marriage approved by the state's voters in ...
23, Oct 2014 - Potential loss of Rahall seniority worries some
By Paul J. Nyden Mike Mitchum is executive director of the King Coal Highway Authority, working to complete a four-lane highway from Bluefield through Williamson up to Kenova. He'll need federal money to complete that project, and worries that the recent losses in West Virginia's seniority in Congress will hurt his chances of getting it. "Nick Rahall is the No. 2 person on the House ...
23, Oct 2014 - Protocol breached in suspect’s mistaken release
A Maryland lawmaker on Tuesday called for an independent criminal investigation into the accidental release of a man awaiting trial on murder charges from a Baltimore prison.
23, Oct 2014 - One Bank Takes Claims Against David Crews to Federal Bankruptcy Court
The financial tiff between David Crews and Little Rock's One Bank & Trust has shifted venues from Pulaski County Circuit Court to U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
23, Oct 2014 - Judge rules against restraining order in bear campaign case
A superior court justice has ruled that members of the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife may appear in campaign commercials about referendum Question 1. The group Mainers for Fair Bear Hunting argued that the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife was engaged in illegal campaign activity against Question 1, a court document said. The referendum question asks Maine ...
23, Oct 2014 - Silver alert issued for missing Melbourne woman, deputies say
A silver alert has been issued for a missing Melbourne woman, according to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office.
23, Oct 2014 - Trial delayed in Edgewater Park rape, home invasion case
The trial of four men accused of a brutal rape and gang-related home invasion four years ago has been delayed due to an outstanding motion filed on behalf of one of the defendants.
23, Oct 2014 - NM commission sued over alleged meetings violations in Gila deliberations
Norm Gaume, former head of the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission, filed suit Wednesday charging his former agency with violating... more »
23, Oct 2014 - Man sentenced to life in prison in Jacksonville loud music killing
A Florida man convicted of first-degree murder for fatally shooting a teenager in an argument about loud music outside a Jacksonville convenience store has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Michael Dunn, 47, of Brevard County, was convicted of first-degree murder at a second trial in September. Prosecutors said Dunn, who is white, fired 10 times into an SUV ...
23, Oct 2014 - Latest Actos Bladder Cancer Trial Starts in West Virginia
The Actos Bladder Cancer trial in West Virginia state court is set to start over allegations that Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.’s popular diabetes drug Actos causes bladder cancer. The West Virginia trial comes shortly on the heels of a $2 million verdict in Philadelphia on October 3 over the blockbuster drug. It will be only […]
23, Oct 2014 - Gwinnett students charged with toilet-paper arson to face judge
Two Gwinnett high-school students who have been in jail for more than a week will find out Wednesday whether a judge considers them a flight risk for setting toilet-paper on fire.
23, Oct 2014 - Judge hears argument on SD gay marriage lawsuit
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A lawsuit challenging South Dakota's ban on gay marriage should be dismissed because a regional appeals court already ruled on the issue eight years ago, a lawyer for the stat
23, Oct 2014 - Former Houston resident indicted for threatening federal judge
A 42-year-old man has been charged with sending mail to the Bob Casey U.S. Courthouse that contained a threat to kill a U.S. District Judge, according to U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson. 
23, Oct 2014 - Jury selection underway in alleged gang-murder trial
Jury selection began Wednesday in the trial of two incarcerated Willingboro men accused of two gang-related murders and a shooting.
23, Oct 2014 - Appeals court throws out Arizona's 2006 law that denies bail to certain immigrants
PHOENIX — Arizona's authority to confront its illegal immigration woes was again reined in Wednesday when a federal appeals court threw out a 2006 voter-approved law denying bail to people in the country illegally who are charged with certain crimes.
23, Oct 2014 - Husband found guilty, wife awaiting trial in murder of St. Johnsbury, Vt., teacher
A jury on Wednesday morning convicted a Waterford man of killing a St. Johnsbury Academy teacher who prosecutors said was lured by Allen Prue and his wife Patricia, using a cell phone they had purchased at the Walmart store in Littleton.
23, Oct 2014 - Princess in cockfighting case gets probation
A Romanian princess who lived for years in Coos County and later helped run a cockfighting enterprise in Oregon has been sentenced to three years of probation and won't have to go to prison.
23, Oct 2014 - Harrell due in court; prosecutor won't say why
A court hearing has been scheduled for suspended South Carolina House Speaker Bobby Harrell, who prosecutors say misused his office for personal gain.
23, Oct 2014 - Lafourche district judge candidates seek to cut crime, costs
The common goals among candidates seeking the Lafourche District Court Division B judge seat in the Nov. 4 election seems to be reducing area crime and making the court more effective.
23, Oct 2014 - Bobby Harrell due in court; prosecutor won't say why
A court hearing has been scheduled for suspended South Carolina House Speaker Bobby Harrell, who prosecutors say misused his office for personal gain.
23, Oct 2014 - State Democrats' biggest loss was in the Supreme Court
Rick Snyder may have posted the largest margin of victory, but the Republican Party's biggest win in Tuesday's statewide elections came in the battle for control of the ostensibly nonpartisan state Supreme Court.
23, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court rejects death row inmate’s claim in 2007 double slaying
The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday rejected the ineffective counsel claim of a condemned man from New Orleans who killed a Fayetteville couple in 2007.
23, Oct 2014 - Tampa International Airport's ex-lawyer being investigated for possible Sunshine Law violation
The Bar is investigating the aviation authority's ex-lawyer after a complaint.
23, Oct 2014 - Embezzlement case continues for former Routt County couple
A former Routt County couple accused of embezzling nearly $5 million from window-covering company Hunter Douglas will continue to work through the case in Colorado's U.S. District Court in Denver. The couple filed a motion to dismiss the case or move it to Maine, where they now live, but both were denied Oct. 9 by Senior U.S. District Court Judge Richard Matsch, of Colorado, according to court ...
23, Oct 2014 - Glen Galemmo serving time in 'crown jewel' of federal prisons
One week ago, Galemmo began his new life at a low security prison in Butner, North Carolina. Fellow Ponzi-Schemer Bernie Madoff is housed at the same prison, which is considered among the crown jewels of the federal prison system.
23, Oct 2014 - NFLPA presidents recognize patient approach
A former New York foundry owner has been sentenced to 2½½ years in prison for trying to sell counterfeit sculptures that he passed off as the work of Jasper Johns.
23, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court decision in Tampa case could alter judicial campaigns
TAMPA — A case that started with a letter written by a candidate for judge in Tampa may change how judges seek office nationwide.
23, Oct 2014 - Suspect in kidnapping, molestation appears in court - News, Weather and Classifieds for Southern Ne
A suspect in a kidnapping appeared in Kent County District Court on Wednesday to face charges including sexual assault of a minor and child molestation.
23, Oct 2014 - Gang member sentenced to life without parole in triple-murder case
A Gardena gang member was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole Friday for shooting three people to death and the attempted murder of a fourth victim.
23, Oct 2014 - 2 Connecticut Men Plead Guilty In Bribery Scheme In Case Which Former FBI Agent Also Charged In
Two Connecticut men have pleaded guilty in White Plains federal court to bribery and fraud charges in a case in which a former FBI agent is also charged.
23, Oct 2014 - Former Middleton councilman accused of sexual battery permitted to return to store
CANYON COUNTY — Former Middleton City Councilman Bradley Despain Spencer, currently awaiting trial on a charge of sexual battery of a minor, will be permitted to return to work at the music store he c
23, Oct 2014 - Jury recommends life in prison for David Dooley for woman's murder
A man convicted Thursday of killing a woman at a Northern Kentucky business will likely spend his life in prison.
23, Oct 2014 - Holmes lawyers want Aurora theater shooting trial delayed
Defense attorneys are asking a judge to push back the trial for the man charged in the Colorado movie theater shooting so they can have more time to review a doctor's sanity evaluation that included 22 hours of interviews.      Attorneys for James Holmes asked for the postponement Tuesday, and the judge gave prosecutors until Wednesday to respond. The doctor's findings haven't been released ...
23, Oct 2014 - Lawsuit alleges Jeff Davis DA & ADA used influence to shield relative
Did Jeff Davis District Attorney Michael Cassidy and Assistant D.A. Bennett Lapoint use their power and influence to cause rape charges to be declined against a relative? 
23, Oct 2014 - Judge rules against Pojoaque, but pueblo likely to continue fight over gambling rules
SANTA FE – A federal judge has ruled against Pojoaque Pueblo in a dispute with Gov. Susana Martinez’s administration over... more »
23, Oct 2014 - Seattle man sentenced in child porn network
NEW ORLEANS — Federal prosecutors say a Seattle man has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for downloading videos of underage boys performing sex acts from websites that were part of an online child pornography ring run out of Louisiana.
23, Oct 2014 - Company post-dated labels to keep selling banned marine paint
TAMPA — Four Hillsborough County residents and two corporations pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to unlawfully manufacturing and selling a marine coating containing a banned pesticide harmful to sea life.
23, Oct 2014 - AP NewsBreak: California agrees to end policy that segregated inmates by race after riots
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California officials agreed Wednesday to end a policy in which it segregated prison inmates after riots based on their race as a way to prevent further violence. Officers have frequently locked inmates in their cells based on which races were involved in the riot, even if individual inmates of that race were Read the Rest of the Entry
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