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22, Dec 2014 - 3rd suspect in rural Manteca murder goes to trial in March
The third and final suspect in the shooting of 53-year-old Michael Lawrence in front of his home rural Manteca during the summer of 2013 isn’t expected to appear before a jury until March.
22, Dec 2014 - Serial rapist sentenced for two 1994 attacks
A serial rapist has been sentenced to 22 years in prison for his sexual assaults on two teenagers in 1994.
22, Dec 2014 - The Child Migrants Crisis Has Faded, But Family Detentions Are Forging Ahead
U.S. Republican lawmakers grilled Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on immigration this week over President Barack Obama’s immigration executive actions in a prelude to escalating backlash following the president’s moves. But while Johnson defended the legality of deportation relief for millions of undocumented immigrants, he also brandished the other major part of the executive action ...
22, Dec 2014 - Bryan Stevenson
"Why do we want to kill all the broken people? What is wrong with us that we think a thing like that can be right?" Stevenson writes in his first book "Just Mercy" (Spiegel & Grau, $28, October 2014). Photo courtesy Equal Justice Initiative
22, Dec 2014 - Boulder prosecutor teaching at CU Law next semester
This spring students at the University of Colorado Law School will get a chance to learn from one of Boulder County's own prosecutors about criminal procedures, such as bail and plea bargaining.
22, Dec 2014 - Man gets life sentence in Vermont teacher's death
(AP Photo/Caledonian-Record, Michael Beniash, Pool). Allen Prue enters the courtroom at the Caledonia County Courthouse on Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014, in St. Johnsbury, Vt., where he was to be sentenced for the first degree murder of local prep school te...
22, Dec 2014 - 4 get federal prison terms in gun-trafficking scheme
Four people were sentenced to federal prison terms in connection with their part in a firearms-trafficking scheme, according to a statement released Friday by the U.S. Department of Justice. San Antonio-based Chief U.S District Judge Fred Biery sentenced 40–year-old Roberto Loera -- the ringleader, according to the statement -- and his brother, 31–year-old Manuel Loera-Cazares, each to 10 years ...
22, Dec 2014 - Attorney General Harris’ Office Announces 4 Arrested In Emeryville Sex-Trafficking Ring
Four suspects have been arrested for allegedly operating a sex trafficking ring out of a massage parlor in Emeryville, California Attorney General Kamala Harris announced on Friday.
22, Dec 2014 - GOP Bexar County Clerk will keep office open 24/7 if stay on Texas gay marriage ban lifted
Bexar County Clerk Gerard "Gerry" Rickhoff, a Republican, will keep his office open 24 hours a day if a federal judge lifts his stay on allowing same-sex couples in Texas to marry.
22, Dec 2014 - Court reinstates suit against Saban's daughter
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- The Alabama Supreme Court is reinstating a lawsuit filed against the daughter of University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban.
22, Dec 2014 - Sentence thrown out for Poland man charged with 1992 poisoning death of his wife
An appeals court has thrown out the sentencing and the plea of a Poland man for the 1992 poisoning death of his third wife.
22, Dec 2014 - Judge hears media lawsuit over fired UNC staffers
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A state judge directed North Carolina's flagship public university and a media coalition to try settling a lawsuit demanding the names of nine employees fired, demoted or otherwise disciplined in the academic fraud scandal at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
22, Dec 2014 - Judge: Texas gay marriage ban will remain in place for now
In early October, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review same-sex marriage cases from five other states, effectively legalizing gay marriage in Utah, Oklahoma, Virginia, Indiana and Wisconsin. [...] federal courts in five additional states have overturned their bans, bringing the total number of states with legalized same-sex marriage to 35. If lifted, he wrote, it would create a rush to ...
22, Dec 2014 - Maryland man admits to six 'bottle bomb' stunts at movie theaters
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Maryland man pleaded guilty on Friday to charges that he caused panic in a movie theater with a "bottle bomb" attack, and he admitted to carrying out five similar stunts in the region, prosecutors said. Manuel Joyner-Bell, 20, has been held without bail since his arrest in May following a spate of bottle bomb incidents that frightened hundreds of movie patrons in ...
22, Dec 2014 - Texas spa owner sentenced for illegal injections
A South Texas beauty spa owner has been sentenced to three years in prison for illegally injecting liquid silicone into clients at her salon, a practice that led to the death of one woman.
22, Dec 2014 - Court-appointed panel to monitor Los Angeles county jails
(Reuters) - A court-appointed panel will begin to oversee the Los Angeles County jail system, the American Civil Liberties Union said on Tuesday, as part of a settlement to a 2012 class-action lawsuit that alleged sheriff's deputies beat inmates. The agreement requires the sheriff's department to adopt an action plan to drawn up by the three-person panel, aimed at reforming its use-of-force ...
22, Dec 2014 - #2– Three men charged in 2012 killing of Timothy McNerney
Just as jury selection was set to begin for the Timothy McNerney homicide trial in May, the three defendants in the case accepted plea agreements.
22, Dec 2014 - Allegheny County Jail deaths remain above normal
Death rates at the Allegheny County Jail remain above national norms more than a year after a new medical vendor was charged with cutting costs and improving care.
22, Dec 2014 - Supreme Court justice to weigh in on Florida same-sex marriage
The start of same-sex marriage in Florida may not happen on January 6th as anticipated.
22, Dec 2014 - Texas court rules prisons must disclose source of execution drugs
By Jon Herskovitz AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - A Texas court has ordered the state's prison system to reveal the name of the supplier of drugs used in lethal injections, a lawyer for inmates on death row said on Friday, arguing the disclosure is needed for transparency. The Texas Department of Criminal Justice said it would appeal the decision. A federal district court ruled in April the prison ...
22, Dec 2014 - Storms leave scattered power outages across Clayton, Henry counties
The National Weather Service issued several tornado warnings as severe storms crossed Georgia early Sunday evening.
22, Dec 2014 - New York Mesothelioma Victims Center Now Offers Diagnosed Victims In NY State To Get One Of The Nat
The New York Mesothelioma Victims Center is now offering instant access to the nation's most skilled mesothelioma compensation attorneys, and they are promising to have the lawyer in the victim's home within 48 hours after first hearing from the victim, because as the Center would like to explain it is incredibly vital for the victim, and one of these incredibly experienced mesothelioma lawyers ...
22, Dec 2014 - Morning briefing: State high court to take up Doe cases centered on Walker's campaign
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
22, Dec 2014 - Nevada Supreme Court Asked to Decide Uber Venue
The Nevada Supreme Court is being asked to decide whether a state court judge in Reno or one Las Vegas should hear a bid by state taxi regulators and limousine firms to block ride-sharing company Uber Technologies from operating.
22, Dec 2014 - Column: Father struggled with role in Japanese internment
Sun, 07 Dec 2014 10:02:19 GMT By Leah Beth Ward Yakima Herald-Republic Photo courtesy Leah Beth Ward Ginny and Tom Ward celebrate in Columbus, Ohio, after Ward returned from serving in the Army during World War II. Thomas C. Ward was a World War II veteran, but his service is not the kind typically commemorated at parades or ceremonies, or with special flights back to the beaches of Normandy. As ...
22, Dec 2014 - Former member of 'French Connection' heroin ring awaits sentencing for 2012 bust
Alfred Catino's criminal record is a colorful history of drug dealing and prison sentences dating back to the 1960s, when federal authorities say he was part of the French Connection heroin smuggling ring that spawned an Oscar-winning movie of the same name.
22, Dec 2014 - Ohio spends $202,502 to jail each juvenile offender
The annual cost to house juvenile offenders in Ohio is $202,502 per youth, the 10th highest out of 46 states surveyed.
22, Dec 2014 - Feds indict sex offender living in Youngstown
CLEVELAND (AP) - An Ohio man who prosecutors say robbed a bank and then posed with the stolen cash for an Instagram photo has been sentenced to nearly 12 years in prison. A judge in Cleveland sentenced 22-year-old Rodney Johnson Jr. on Monday.
22, Dec 2014 - No second murder trial for Arizona woman held 22 years in son's death
Appeals court orders murder charges dismissed because prosecutors didn't tell defense about detective with history of misconduct and lying
22, Dec 2014 - Alaska News Nightly: November 26, 2014
Alaska Gov.-elect Walker names 4 to positions; Industry Blames Pirate Fishing as Red King Prices Drop; Iditarod Musher Hospitalized After Vehicle Strikes Dog Team; Palmer Man Sentenced To 50 Years On Child Sexual Exploitation Charges; Regional Committee Votes to Hold Governance Convention; Decision Due Soon on ‘Distorted’ School Texts Depicting Native Tragedies; APU Nordic Skier To Compete In ...
22, Dec 2014 - Ex-prosecutor sentenced for child porn, fleeing
BANGOR, Maine (AP) — Maine's former top drug prosecutor who fled the state and set off a nationwide manhunt after being convicted of child pornography charges was sentenced Wednesday to nearly 16 years in prison.
22, Dec 2014 - Guilty plea entered in the Basalt robbery
EAGLE — The third of three men who kicked in the front door of a woman’s home and robbed her at gunpoint has pleaded guilty. Sergio Sanchez, 24, of Rifle, admitted his guilt Monday morning as the jury was being selected for his week-long felony trial. Sanchez pleaded guilty to Aggravated Robbery with a Deadly Weapon, a Class 3 felony, with a Crime of Violence sentence enhancement. He also ...
22, Dec 2014 - Cape benchmark wastewater study provides a sobering view of the future
This map illustrates 24 watersheds on Martha's Vineyard,16 of which are major coastal pond watersheds. —Map Courtesy MVC An overflow crowd of concerned Islanders filled every seat and most of the balcony stairs at the Katharine Cornell Theatre at Thursday night’s Martha’s Vineyard Commission (MVC) meeting to hear Paul Niedzwiecki, executive director Cape Cod Commission (CCC), describe the ...
22, Dec 2014 - Medical center sale approved
The former Saint Catherine Medical Center Fountain Springs will have a new owner, as a federal bankruptcy judge has approved the sale of the property. In a two-page order entered Wednesday, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge John J. Thomas granted the request of trust
22, Dec 2014 - House or Boat?
Florida floating home owner loses in court.
22, Dec 2014 - Jury finds Dejuan Hammond guilty of murder in witness death case
Life sentence possible; sentencing phase starts Friday morning
22, Dec 2014 - Prosecutors to dismiss case in KC airport threat
(AP) — Federal prosecutors have concluded that a man accused of a bomb hoax at Kansas City International Airport on the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks is neither competent to stand trial nor a danger to the community, so they filed a motion this week seeking to have charges against him dismissed. During a K-9 sweep of his packages — all of which had the earmarks of an improvised ...
22, Dec 2014 - I-Team: Federal drug charges filed against Darren Sharper, former deputy
Former New Orleans Saints player Darren Sharper and co-defendant Brandon Licciardi have been charged with felony drug charges in federal court in addition to state charges filed on Friday, the WDSU I-Team has confirmed.
22, Dec 2014 - Sentencing reform clouds California's inmate firefighting corps
By Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Battling one of California's first major wildfires of the year, Kevin Black suddenly realized the only way to keep from being engulfed by flames roaring up a hillside toward his team was to finish the buffer line they were hacking through drought-parched brush. "Either we get this line in, or we burn," Black, 54, recalled shouting as he and his fellow crew ...
22, Dec 2014 - EPIC FAIL: Sharpton March on Washington Probably Won't Address Jobs or Freedom
Washington, D.C. - Members of the Project 21 black leadership network are criticizing Al Sharpton's planned weekend protest in Washington, D.C., saying the protest likely will do nothing but stir up tension while the root causes of high crime and low hope in black communities go unaddressed.
22, Dec 2014 - Warden who lives hundreds of miles from jail resigns
CORINTH — A lobbyist for a private prison company is resigning as warden of the Alcorn County jail in northeast Mississippi, a job he held while living more than 200 miles away in the Jackson suburb of Madison.
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