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31, Oct 2014 - Government officials meet to discuss human trafficking problem
The Middle District Human Trafficking Task Force has a new name and a renewed focus. Stakeholders from the federal government, down to city police departments, met at the U.S. Attorney's Office on Thursday to discuss fighting this epidemic.
31, Oct 2014 - Can scientists patent life? The question returns to the Supreme Court
The thorny and unresolved question of whether life itself can be patented may come again before the U.S. Supreme Court, if it accepts a motion filed Friday by Santa Monica-based Consumer Watchdog. (H/T to David Jensen's California Stem Cell Report.)
31, Oct 2014 - Texas Woman Gets 3 Years For Putting Gun In Boy's Backpack
CONROE, Texas (AP) -- A Houston-area woman must serve three years in prison for putting her boyfriend's gun in his son's backpack to get the child in trouble at school.   Montgomery County jail records show 28-year-old Heather Hodges of Anderson was being held Friday pending transfer to a Texas prison. ...
31, Oct 2014 - Missouri teen convicted of killing stepsister
WARSAW, MO (AP) – A southwest Missouri teenager who was 15 when he was accused of killing his younger stepsister has been convicted of second-degree murder. KYTV reports a jury returned the verdict against 17-year-old Levi Elliott on Wednesday afternoon following a trial that began Monday. He was also convicted of armed criminal action and […]
31, Oct 2014 - Defense asks for new judge in Iraq war crime case
Defense lawyers called a military judge biased and unfair on Thursday and asked him to remove himself from the case of a Marine being retried on a murder charge in a major Iraq war crime case.
31, Oct 2014 - Woman who set off pipe bombs goes before judge again, gets 3 years for probation violation
GAINESVILLE, Ga. — A federal judge took a chance on a Georgia woman when he sentenced her to probation after she admitted to blowing up pipe bombs at remote locations.
31, Oct 2014 - U.S. court dismisses $200 million suit in West Virginia fatal police shooting
By Jeffrey Roth (Reuters) - A U.S. federal court has dismissed a $200 million civil lawsuit filed by the family of a man being treated for schizophrenia who was shot 23 times by police in West Virginia, drawing criticism from the local chapter of a national civil rights group. U.S. District Court Judge Gina Groh of the Northern District of West Virginia ruled that the use of deadly force by five ...
31, Oct 2014 - Group argues Redskins lawsuit should be tossed
Five Native Americans are asking a Virginia judge to dismiss a lawsuit the Washington Redskins filed after the group successfully challenged the team's name, arguing it is offensive. Lawyers for both sides are expected in federal court in Alexandria on Friday, where a judge is scheduled to hear arguments on whether the lawsuit should be thrown out. Patent and Trademark Office board ruled that ...
31, Oct 2014 - McCaffery ordered to turn in court-issued equipment
HARRISBURG - The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Tuesday told Justice Seamus P. McCaffery to turn over computers and other court-issued equipment, and moved swiftly to cancel the Internet service it provides at McCaffery's Northeast Philadelphia home.
31, Oct 2014 - Deputy was on phone with girlfriend during Las Cruces shooting, police say
LAS CRUCES >> The Santa Fe County sheriff's deputy accused of killing a fellow deputy in a Las Cruces hotel was on the phone with his girlfriend when he fired the fatal shots, according to court documents.
31, Oct 2014 - Ex-US POWs visit Japan, share wartime stories
It's been nearly 70 years since a Monterey Park man was held in a Japanese prison camp in World War II. On Thursday, he visited his former camp with two other POWs.
31, Oct 2014 - Mississippi Supreme Court Ends Cochran’s Tea Party Problem
Mississippi Tea Party candidate Chris McDaniel lost his attempt to revisit a losing primary challenge against U.S. Senator Thad Cochran, leaving the incumbent in a strong position to retain his seat and boosting Republican efforts to gain control of the Senate.
31, Oct 2014 - County issues same-sex marriage licenses
Nye County issued two same-sex marriage licenses Monday, the first for the county since the federal courts overturned the bans in Nevada and Idaho on Oct. 7.
31, Oct 2014 - Archivists find Menard County’s first census
PETERSBURG — The original 1840 Menard County census — the first state census to include the newly created Menard County — has been discovered along with other early papers in a county vault across the street from the Menard County Courthouse.Menard County officials, working with the Illinois State Archives, found the handwritten, 27-page document that lists some people involved in Abraham ...
31, Oct 2014 - Two People Robbed at Gunpoint at State Fair After Event is Declared Gun-Free
Gun Ban Placed on North Carolina State Fair; Two People Robbed at Gunpoint North Carolina State Fair Declared Gun-Free Event; Two People Robbed at Gunpoint Gunpoint Robbery at State Fair After Judge Rules Fair to be Gun-Free Two People Robbed at Gunpoint at State Fair After Event is Declared Gun-Free Gun Ban Placed on North Carolina State Fair; Two People Robbed at Gunpoint Has Been Optimized ...
31, Oct 2014 - Woman Sentenced to Prison on Meth-Making Charges
Jennifer Nelson was sentenced to four and a half years in prison for illegally assembling or possessing chemicals for the manufacture of drugs, as well as trafficking in drugs.
31, Oct 2014 - Judge says he plans to rule against Ameren in legal fight over northern Missouri power lines
A judge said Monday that he will rule against a subsidiary of Ameren Corp. in a legal fight over whether it needs state regulators' permission to build a high-voltage power line across northern Missouri.
31, Oct 2014 - Appeals court denies New York City police unions appeal in stop and frisk case
NEW YORK — A federal appeals court panel has denied a request by police unions to continue challenging New York City's stop and frisk ruling.
31, Oct 2014 - Kelly Jo Ivey in court and held without bond as investigation continues in HCSO fatal accident
HOUSTON, Texas – Kelly Jo Ivey was booked for possession of meth after she was allegedly involved in the deadly car crash that killed Harris County Sheriff Deputy, Jesse Valdez III, on Tuesday night. Ivey was released from Texas prison on October 2 after serving part of a two-year sentence on a previous, unrelated methamphetamine […]
31, Oct 2014 - Joseph Allen seeks credit for jail time
ELYRIA — Lawyers for Joseph Allen, who was returned to prison last year in the controversial Head Start child molestation case, want to cut the amount of time Allen will remain behind bars by 183 days. In court documents filed Monday, attorneys Paula Brown and Richard Parsons wrote that Allen is entitled to have that Read More... The post Joseph Allen seeks credit for jail time appeared first on ...
31, Oct 2014 - N. Idaho man sentenced for role in woman's murder
A northern Idaho man who helped cover up the killing of a Washington state woman and remained silent for years has been sentenced to seven years in prison.
31, Oct 2014 - Murder suspect to be taken to state facility for treatment
A Barren County murder suspect accused of killing his wife has been diagnosed with cancer and will be transported to a state prison facility to receive treatment.
31, Oct 2014 - Wednesday afternoon Montana news headlines
MISSOULA - A man who called KPAX TV threatening to blow up the federal courthouses last April in Missoula and Billings has been sentenced to 34 months in federal prison. U.S. District Judge Dana Christensen also gave Michael Lewis Andrews, 65, three years of supervised release. Christensen also ordered Andrews to receive mental health treatment as part of the sentence.
31, Oct 2014 - Jury acquits man in fatal stabbing
PAXTON — A Paxton man was acquitted of second-degree murder Wednesday afternoon, setting off an emotional scene at the Ford County Courthouse. read more
31, Oct 2014 - Manchester Crimewatch Fingerprints of man accused of theft belong to 2 people
A prosecutor said Mark Murphy and Michael Anthony have the same fingerprints, but different criminal records. It was as Murphy that he appeared in court Monday
31, Oct 2014 - W.Va. couple convicted of stealing to buy N.C. house
The Associated Press WHEELING, W.Va. - A West Virginia couple has been convicted of stealing from a 90-year-old woman to buy a beach house in North Carolina. A federal jury found Timothy Summers, 67, and his wife, Lea Ann Summers, 52, of Proctor, guilty of mail fraud, conspiracy to commit mail fraud, securities fraud and interstate transportation of stolen property. The jury issued its verdict ...
31, Oct 2014 - Maryland Teen Found Guilty in School Rape Case
A Wicomico County Circuit Court jury has convicted an 18-year-old man of raping a fellow student in a school hallway in Salisbury back in May.
31, Oct 2014 - 2 Arkansas Prison Workers Placed on Leave After Inmate's Television Interview
No disciplinary action has been taken against the employees after KARK's interview with murder suspect Arron Lewis.
31, Oct 2014 - Denver lawyer sentenced to 18 months in tax fraud conspiracy
A former Denver attorney who pleaded guilty to charges of conspiring to defraud the Internal Revenue Service was sentenced earlier this week to 18 months in federal prison for costing the government between $2.5 million and $7 million in lost tax revenue.
31, Oct 2014 - Bloomfield Park: From eyesore to destination?
Kirk Pinho - Nearly six years after construction abruptly halted on the Bloomfield Park site on Telegraph and Square Lake roads, a new development team plans to resume the long-stalled project on 87 acres. Executives from Southfield-based Redico LLC this month purchased the Bloomfield Park foreclosure rights from San Francisco-based Wells Fargo Bank NA as part of a joint venture with California ...
31, Oct 2014 - 'Right to Try' Prop 303 raises hope and concerns
Terminally ill patients who want experimental treatment can't always get it locally in Arizona. Trials can mean traveling. That was not what Tracy Beach wanted her mother to do in the last days before her death.
31, Oct 2014 - Eric Frein in court; suspected cop killer captured after long Pennsylvania manhunt
MILFORD, Pa. -- Onlookers shouted "Are you sorry?" and "Why did you do it?" at the suspect in a fatal ambush on a Pennsylvania state police barracks as troopers led him from his first court appearance Friday following a grueling seven-week manhunt.
31, Oct 2014 - Panel hears appeal of Michael Thomas’ embezzlement conviction
An attorney for Michael Thomas, the former Mashantucket Pequot tribal chairman convicted of embezzling from the tribe that owns Foxwoods Resort Casion, told a panel of U.S. appellate judges today that a trial judge's rulings kept Thomas from mounting a proper defense.
31, Oct 2014 - Companies Look For More Fairness As China Eyes Legal Reforms At Key Meeting
BEIJING (Reuters) - China is set to unveil key legal reforms this week that will try to limit the influence local officials have on court cases, a move being closely watched by company executives who hope it will make the legal system more impartial. The announcement is expected at the end of an Oct. 20-23 meeting of the ruling Communist Party elite, which has made the "rule of law" the theme of ...
31, Oct 2014 - SD man sentenced in fatal New Year's Day crash
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A South Dakota man will serve 13 years in prison for a New Year's Day crash in Sioux Falls that killed a woman.
31, Oct 2014 - Judge set to take up Instant Racing
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - A judge in Frankfort is set to take up when to set a trial over the issue of Instant Racing at racetracks. A hearing is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Monday in Franklin Circuit Court after Kentucky officials requested a hearing to move the case ...
31, Oct 2014 - Fewer Texas abortion providers after court ruling
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Women seeking legal abortions in Texas starting Friday will drive hours if they live near the Mexico border and have fewer options in big cities after a federal appeals court allowed the state to enforce tough Republican-backed clinic laws.
31, Oct 2014 - Slain porn mogul's daughter sentenced
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The daughter a slain California porn mogul has been sentenced to two years in prison for credit card fraud and identity theft. The San Francisco Chronicle reports ( Jasmine Mitchell was sentenced by a San Francisco federal court on Wednesday.
31, Oct 2014 - Iowa Supreme Court hears Sioux City traffic camera case
Sioux City's traffic cameras once again made it into an Iowa courtroom. It wasn't just any courtroom. The Iowa Supreme Court hit the road to hear appeals on the Buena Vista University campus, in Storm Lake, Iowa.
31, Oct 2014 - Nowhere Fast
By: Andrew Thompson An ambitious plan to streamline state driving records took a wrong turn and stalled out'in court Earlier this fall, the US Department of Transportation released a report that indicates New Mexico, in figure after figure, is a dangerous place to drive. The state has a crash rate that is 63 percent higher than the national average, more traffic fatalities per 100,000 people ...
31, Oct 2014 - Tea party leader appeals dismissal of suit against Banking Department
A Lincoln tea party leader has appealed a federal court judge’s Sept. 30 dismissal of his lawsuit accusing Nebraska banking regulators of violating his First Amendment rights.
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