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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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01, Oct 2014 - New Hampshire Supreme Court Declines More Power In Tuition Credit Case
The New Hampshire Supreme Court has upheld a tax credit for contributions to scholarship funds.  The credit to corporations against their business profits tax was 85% of the amount of contributions to organizations providing scholarships to families to pay tuition at private schools and out-of-district public school or to cover
01, Oct 2014 - Jury Won’t Consider Deaths In Georgia Salmonella Trial
ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO / Peanut Corp. of America President Stewart Parnell arrives a federal court in Lynchburg, Va., in March 2009.
01, Oct 2014 - Search underway for escaped Dauphin Co. jail prisoner
By: CBS 21 Web Staff SWATARA TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- Police in Dauphin County are searching for a prisoner who escaped from the county lockup Thursday morning. Officials said Leroy Armstrong Jr., 25, escaped from the Dauphin County Prison in Swatara Township just after 10:30 a. ...
01, Oct 2014 - Oklahoma's new execution rules call for higher drug dose, more training, fewer media witnesses
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma prison officials unveiled new execution procedures Tuesday to replace those used in April when an inmate writhed and moaned before being declared dead 43 minutes after his lethal injection began — a situation that renewed debate over what constitutes cruel and unusual punishment.
01, Oct 2014 - Police: Texas 7-Eleven clerk helped plan robbery
Police have charged four people with a first-degree felony count of engaging in organized criminal activity. An off-duty Travis County jail deputy called police Saturday night to report an armed robbery.
01, Oct 2014 - Chief justice touts experience in re-election bid
N.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice (select) Mark Martin has been a judge much of his adult life. But being North Carolina’s top judge was a dream worth stumping for even before his appointment to the post this week by Gov. Pat McCrory takes effect on Monday.
01, Oct 2014 - Holder resigning: Attorney general backed rights
WASHINGTON (AP) — Eric Holder, America's first black attorney general and an unflinching champion of civil rights in enforcing the nation's laws, announced his resignation Thursday after leading the Justice Department since the first days of President Barack Obama's term. He is the fourth-longest-serving attorney general in U.S. history.
01, Oct 2014 - Appellate court agrees state owes workers
An Illinois appellate court has ruled that back wages owed thousands of state government workers from 2011 to 2013 must be paid.
01, Oct 2014 - 2 convicted church arsonists granted early release from prison
Two men convicted of setting fire to several Alabama churches have been granted early release from prison, but that doesn't  mean they will be getting out immediately.
01, Oct 2014 - French Montana: Rapper Officially Divorces Wife Dean Kharbouch
HollywoodLife.com can exclusively tell you that French showed up to a New Jersey courthouse, Sept.
01, Oct 2014 - Patrol seizes 651lbs. of marijuana in traffic stop
How much is 651 pounds of marijuana worth? Nearly $3 million and a trip to the Clermont County Jail.
01, Oct 2014 - Attorneys argue Mo. recognizes marriages of cousins, it should also recognize same-sex marriages
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Kansas City judge is hearing arguments in a Jackson County lawsuit challenging Missouri’s rejection of same-sex marriages that have been performed in other states. Ten same-sex couples who were married in other states are suing Kansas City and state officials, including Gov. Jay Nixon and Attorney General Chris Koster, for violating […]
01, Oct 2014 - Aaron Hernandez wants trial moved
A Massachusetts prosecutor in the murder case against former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez testified Tuesday against his lawyers' efforts to suppress cellphone evidence, saying they had agreed to turn the phone over to investigators.
01, Oct 2014 - Republicans criticize Braley’s support for federal prison near Iowa-Illinois border
Republicans on Wednesday took to task Democrat Bruce Braley’s support for opening a federal prison near the Iowa-Illinois border, claiming that indicates Braley’s willingness to allow the transfer of terrorist prisoners to the Midwest. Braley, a Democratic U.S. House member from Waterloo, and Joni Ernst, a Republican state senator from Red Oak, are running for Iowa’s open U.S. Senate seat. On a ...
01, Oct 2014 - Bandera judge cleared by city probe
Kaiser denies Laura Phipps' assertions that she compromised the impartiality of jury selection, improperly discussed pending cases and routinely bad-mouthed co-workers and defendants. Asserting the small size of City Hall makes it difficult to keep any conversation private, Schulz expressed skepticism about Phipps' claim that Kaiser regularly derided co-workers and residents behind their backs ...
01, Oct 2014 - Mom on Trial After Trying to Kill Autistic Daughter
A Michigan mother goes to trial Sept. 3 for allegedly trying to kill herself and her severely autistic daughter after years of violence.
01, Oct 2014 - Attorneys argue over statute of limitations in Jerry Jones suit
At issue is whether Jana Weckerly waited too long to file her suit alleging sexual assault and conspiracy against the Dallas Cowboys owner.
01, Oct 2014 - Locals in the Pros: Pederson whiffing in audition with Dodgers
It's been trial by fire for Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Joc Pederson, who was promoted from Triple-A Albuquerque last week.
01, Oct 2014 - Felony Suspect Charged With Fourth DWI Gets October Trial Date
FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — A new trial date has been scheduled for a felony suspect booked in Fayetteville in June on his fourth DWI arrest, records show. Keith Foley, 33, was set to appear before Washington County Circuit Judge William Storey on Sept. 30, but the trial date has been reset to Oct. 20 at the […]
01, Oct 2014 - Ark. slaying suspect wanted to plead guilty
Arron Lewis, the suspect in the abduction and slaying of Arkansas real estate agent Beverly Carter, told reporters Tuesday that he pleaded not guilty to the charges only because his lawyer told him to. He said he wanted to plead guilty because he just wanted "this to be over with." Carter's body was found in a shallow grave near Cabot, about 20 miles northeast of central Little Rock, the Pulaski ...
01, Oct 2014 - Phase III FIRST™ (MM-020/IFM 07-01) Trial of REVLIMID® (lenalidomide) Plus Dexamethasone in Newl
Celgene Corporation today announced that data from FIRST  —an open-label phase III randomized study of continuous REVLIMID in combination with dexamethasone in patients newly diagnosed with multiple myeloma who are not candidates for stem cell transplant—have been published in the Sept.
01, Oct 2014 - Suspect in Marshall hatchet attack declared legally insane
After being determined competent in July to stand trial, the man accused in the December hatchet attack at the Marshall Wal-Mart that injured two associates and a customer has been declared legally insane.
01, Oct 2014 - Sharyn, Joshua Hakken take plea deals for kidnapping their children, fleeing to Cuba
TAMPA — A couple who took their two young boys and fled to Cuba on a small sailboat last year reached plea deals Tuesday that could send them both to prison.
01, Oct 2014 - Back to prison for parolee found with gun on Salt Lake City street
A convicted car thief is back in prison after his parole-violating arrest on a Salt Lake City street for possessing a firearm and fleeing police. Police Detective Veronica Montoya said officers were investigating a reported sighting of a man with a g...
01, Oct 2014 - Baton Rouge Diocese Taking Order to Break Seal of Confession to Supreme Court
Below is a statement released Thursday by the Diocese of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, regarding the next legal battles facing the diocese regarding the state supreme court's attempt to mandate breaking the seal of confession.
01, Oct 2014 - U.S. judge blocks Obamacare tax rule for non-exchange states
An Oklahoma federal judge dealt a blow to President Barack Obama’s health-care law, invalidating IRS rules aimed at making policies affordable for consumers around the country.
01, Oct 2014 - Gov. Jerry Brown signs Calif. gun restriction
California will become the first state that allows family members to ask a judge to remove firearms from a relative who appears to pose a threat, under legislation Gov. Jerry Brown said Tuesday he had signed.
01, Oct 2014 - Prison officials investigate inmate's death
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Officials are investigating the death of a 32-year-old inmate at Montana State Prison.
01, Oct 2014 - Clarifying Maine law on wrongful termination and defamation
(9/16) A magistrate judge recently issued a recommended decision clarifying Maine law on wrongful termination and defamation to the U.S. District Court for the District of Maine.
01, Oct 2014 - State to pay exonerated man $330,000
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Four months after he was released from prison, where he was confined almost 17 years for an attempted rape that he didn't commit, a state judge has ordered the state to pay Nathan Brown $330,000 — the maximum Louisiana allows from its wrongful conviction compensation fund.
01, Oct 2014 - Arizona man to be extradited in homicide in his home state
An Arizona man will be extradited to his home state on homicide charges after spending the past month in Berks County Prison for a robbery in Muhlenberg Township.
01, Oct 2014 - Trial underway in 'Warlock' sex crimes case
Opening statements are expected this afternoon in the trial of the man accused of sexually abusing children because he was "a magical warlock."  57-year-old James Irvin is facing 10 counts of sexual abuse and five counts of sexual assault against three children.
01, Oct 2014 - Overturned death penalty conviction sparks debate in NC
The release of a death row inmate wrongly imprisoned for 30 years has shed new light on the conflicted state of the death penalty in North Carolina.
01, Oct 2014 - Milloy: Md. judge who ordered man shocked with Stun-Cuff has been removed from the bench
The Maryland Court of Appeals found there was good cause to remove the judge from the bench.
01, Oct 2014 - Dixon Prison Warden Retires Amid IL-DOC Investigation
The Dixon Correctional Center warden Nedra Chandler retired today amid an Illinois Department of Corrections investigation. The investigation into Chandler came after a man who had been living with her was arrested on charges for child pornography.
01, Oct 2014 - Delhi court recommends extradition of priest accused in rape case
A Delhi court has recommended to the Centre to extradite to the US a fugitive criminal, who was serving as a priest in Minnesota and wanted there to face trial for allegedly sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl.
01, Oct 2014 - Galveston man gets 2 years in stolen benefits case
A Southeast Texas man has been sentenced to two years in prison for stealing benefits meant for a woman who's been dead since 2003.
01, Oct 2014 - Opinion: Justice Department jeopardizes Ferguson case
By launching a probe of local police, the Attorney General complicated the investigation of Michael Brown's shooting, says Paul Callan
01, Oct 2014 - Court order keeps suspension of Ind. vanity plates
The Indiana Supreme Court says the Bureau of Motor Vehicles can continue suspending sales of vanity plates until a court case is settled.
01, Oct 2014 - Career criminal gets life for 3 1980s L.A. killings
Samuel Little has a rap sheet across half the continental U.S. but has little time in prison to show for it. That changed Thursday. Little, 74, was sentenced to three consecutive terms of life in prison without parole for ...
01, Oct 2014 - Teen hackers charged with stealing $100 million in Army, Microsoft tech
Despite their ages, the crimes are serious: breaking into both the US Army and Microsoft's servers to steal everything from unreleased games to military software.
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