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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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18, Dec 2014 - Dec. 7: Houston Newsmakers takes on immigration, $550K for kids
Two professors talk about all of the ramifications stemming from the president's executive action on immigration, and the director of a Harris County Department of Education program that received $550,000 to be used for after school programs talks on this week's Houston Newsmakers with Khambrel Marshal.
18, Dec 2014 - Ex-teacher in SD to remain in jail on rape charge
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A former southeast South Dakota teacher will remain in jail after a judge refused to lower her $500,000 bond.
18, Dec 2014 - Atlanta pension fund participants appeal lawsuit dismissal to state high court
A group of participants in the three Atlanta pension funds appealed the dismissal by Fulton County, Georgia, Superior Court of its lawsuit challenging higher employee contributions for pension fund participants.The appeal will likely bring the case to the Georgia Supreme Court, which has
18, Dec 2014 - AP NewsBreak: Minnesota man granted provisional discharge from sex offender program
MINNEAPOLIS — A southern Minnesota man who has spent more than two decades in the state's treatment program for sex offenders is expected to move into a group home in Le Center later this month, after a state Supreme Court appeal panel granted him a provisional discharge.
18, Dec 2014 - Cheyenne man pleads guilty to 1 count of health-care fraud for defrauding Medicare
CHEYENNE — A Cheyenne man has pleaded guilty in the U.S. District Court to one count of health care fraud.
18, Dec 2014 - Professor who was promoted behind bars faces a judge again
A university professor who made headlines for getting a promotion while behind bars is in trouble again.
18, Dec 2014 - Ozark man sentenced to 30 years in prison for child sexual exploitation
SPRINGFIELD — Tammy Dickinson, United States attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that an Ozark man was sentenced in federal court today for using two minors to produce child porno
18, Dec 2014 - Ex-billionaire due before judge for contempt hearing
One-time billionaire Tim Blixseth is due in federal court Thursday to explain why he failed to comply with an order to pay $13.8 million to the creditors of an ultra-luxury Montana resort. U.S. District ...
18, Dec 2014 - Oregon high court says injured snowboarder's lawsuit against Mount Bachelor resort can proceed
The Oregon Supreme Court has ruled that a ski resort's liability waiver cannot prevent a paralyzed snowboarder from suing.
18, Dec 2014 - Man charged with mailing cyanide denied bail - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sport
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - A federal judge denied bail Monday to a Maine man who has been charged with sending poison to a depressed Englishman who used it to kill himself.
18, Dec 2014 - Man's trial in Hackensack stabbing starts without him
The trial of Carlos Victoriano got under way Wednesday in Hackensack, but Victoriano didn’t show up. His lawyer did show up, however, and he told the jury that his client had acted in self-defense when he repeatedly stabbed his ex-girlfriend’s husband during a laundromat brawl last year.
18, Dec 2014 - Prosecutors troubled by extent of military fraud
FILE - In this Sept. 10, 2014 file photo, Assistant Attorney General Leslie Caldwell speaks in Washington. Fabian Barrera found a way to make fast cash in the Texas National Guard, earning $181,000 for claiming to have steered 119 potential recruits to join the military.
18, Dec 2014 - Prosecution shows video, presents last witnesses in Coggins trial
MAYVILLE – The prosecution rested today after bringing in three more witnesses in the trial of Davide Coggins, 34, of Elmira, who is charged in the double homicide of Gordon and Joyce Skinner.
18, Dec 2014 - Former Fairfield County prosecutor to seek judgeship
LANCASTER, Ohio — Former Fairfield County Prosecutor David L. Landefeld said yesterday that he plans to run for county Municipal Court judge next year. “I believe the county would be best served with me as a judge. At this point, it is the best use of my talents,” Landefeld said. Landefeld, a 63-year-old Republican, was county prosecutor from 1983 until April 2011, when he retired early from his ...
18, Dec 2014 - South Texas man gets 20 years in home arson case
VICTORIA, Texas (AP) — A South Texas man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for setting fire to a house where four people were sleeping. No one was injured in the fire that broke out in February and a neighbor quickly extinguished it.
18, Dec 2014 - Nebraska, Oklahoma Sue Over Colorado’s Pot Legalization
Nebraska and Oklahoma are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to declare Colorado’s legalization of recreational marijuana unconstitutional, claiming in a lawsuit filed Thursday that lifting the pot ban overstepped federal powers and spurred cross-border drug trafficking.
18, Dec 2014 - Sandoval appoints 3 judges to new court of appeals
Gov. Brian Sandoval has appointed three judges to serve on Nevada's newly created court of appeals.
18, Dec 2014 - Nebraska owes $725K in court costs, attorney fees
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Nebraska will have to pay $725,000 in court costs and attorney fees after a federal judge ruled against the attorney general's office in a patent infringement case. U.S. District Senior Judge Joseph F. Bataillon ordered the payments this week in a lawsuit that included ...
18, Dec 2014 - Man executed for killing cop
Authorities say a Georgia man has been executed for the 1995 killing of a sheriff’s deputy, who was slain minutes after a convenience store robbery.
18, Dec 2014 - Murder vic's family told killer out of prison
An alert service sent a message to the family of Ashley Taylor, one of the three victims of Kevin Sweat, saying that Sweat was "released from custody," despite his sentence to life in prison. As it turns out, it was a miscommunication, but Taylor's family says it was frightening.
18, Dec 2014 - Judge orders ex-billionaire jailed for contempt
BUTTE, Montana (AP) " A U.S. judge on Thursday ordered Tim Blixseth jailed after the onetime billionaire and embattled real estate mogul failed to comply with an order to pay nearly $14 million to the creditors of an ultra-luxury...
18, Dec 2014 - North Carolina juries bring three death row sentences in 2014
The Death Penalty Information Center released a year-end report Thursday showing the number of convicted murderers sentenced to death nationally was at a 20-year low, and executions were at a… Click to Continue »
18, Dec 2014 - Benton County judge rules cities can ban recreational marijuana businesses
A third superior court judge on Friday agreed with an opinion issued by the state Attorney General’s Office last year, concluding that nothing in Initiative 502 overrides local governments’ authority to regulate or ban marijuana businesses.
18, Dec 2014 - How Broken Windows Policing Puts Fewer Men in Prison
In New York City, more arrests of low-level offenders led to significant drops in felonies, and a decrease in the entire correctional population
18, Dec 2014 - RI court hears $60M dispute with Catholic order
The niece of a woman who gave more than $60 million to a now-disgraced Catholic order is asking the Rhode Island Supreme Court to let her sue so the money can go somewhere more deserving. The court is ...
18, Dec 2014 - AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd scuffles with witness - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Spor
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) - Troubled AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd was detained by police Thursday after getting into a scuffle with a witness in his pending court case but was released again on bail without facing further charges.
18, Dec 2014 - 4 former chemical company executives indicted on pollution charges in West Virginia spill
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Four former chemical company executives have been indicted on federal pollution charges over a January spill that triggered a ban on drinking water for days for 300,000 West Virginia residents. The indictment unsealed Wednesday charged ex-Freedom Industries presidents Gary ...
18, Dec 2014 - Penalty phase begins for ex-Texas justice of peace
Jurors are considering life in prison or the death penalty for a former justice of the peace convicted of killing a prosecutor's wife in North Texas.
18, Dec 2014 - Doctor Describes Injuries In Cold Case Murder Trial
It was a day of graphic testimony in Jason Ryan's cold case murder trial.
18, Dec 2014 - Nebraska, Oklahoma sue over Colorado marijuana law
Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in on the Colorado law that allows the recreational use of marijuana.
18, Dec 2014 - Lifetime Hunting Bans for Two Idaho Poachers
Two Idaho men, each convicted of poaching, have been slapped with lifetime hunting bans. The Idaho State Journal reports that 33-year-old Adam Harris of the Madison County community of Archer and 35-year-old Brandon Harris of the Jefferson County town of Ririe were sentenced to pay combined fines of more than $100,000, lifetime license revocations and prison terms of two to five years. Law ...
18, Dec 2014 - 2 prison guards among 3 dead in West Texas wreck
Two prison guards and the driver of a second vehicle have died in a West Texas traffic accident that left another officer hurt.
18, Dec 2014 - APNewsBreak: Raped prison clerk to get $3.3M
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections said Monday it has agreed to pay a clerk $3.3 million to settle a federal lawsuit over her rape by an inmate inside Rockview State Prison, an attack that prompted operational and leadership changes.
18, Dec 2014 - Texas Mother Hannah Overton Free To Go After Spending Years In Prison For Foster Son’s Murder
Texas mother Hannah Overton spent seven years in prison for a murder she’s saying she didn’t commit. Overton was in prison for seven years for the murder of a young foster child. Now she gets to go home to spend the holiday with her family. After granting Overton a hearing, a judge set her bond Texas Mother Hannah Overton Free To Go After Spending Years In Prison For Foster Son’s Murder is an ...
18, Dec 2014 - Nina Pham And Dog Bentley Present Early Christmas Gift To Dallas Animal Services
Five stories that have North Texas talking: Nina Pham and her dog, Bentley, visit Dallas Animal Services; Barrett Brown is to be sentenced Tuesday; a nativity scene goes up at the Texas Capitol; and more.
18, Dec 2014 - Parolee employment bill headed to Gov. Snyder
A bill headed to Governor Snyder’s desk could make it easier for felons to find a job and, at the same time, reduce the percentage of felons returning to prison.
18, Dec 2014 - Will the last ‘Angola Three’ inmate be set free?
Louisiana’s attorney general voiced his disagreement on Friday with a court ruling that could lead to the release of an inmate who has spent 42 years in solitary confinement, Reuters reported. “We respectfully disagree with the Court’s ruling, and remain committed to seeing that the trial jury’s judgment finding Albert Woodfox guilty of murdering Officer Brent Miller is upheld,” said Louisiana ...
18, Dec 2014 - Clinical trial seeks answers to sudden deaths of healthy young people
Jason Lappies woke in his San Diego apartment on the morning of June 26. Not needing to report to work right away, he settled onto his couch to watch a World Cup soccer match. He teased his roommate, who had to rush off to a job.
18, Dec 2014 - Dzhohkar Tsarnaev appears in court: No outward signs of plea deal
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhohkar Tsarnaev appeared in U.S. court Thursday for the first time in a year and a half as a federal judge held a final hearing to discuss last-minute issues before the trial begins Jan. 5.
18, Dec 2014 - Executions, new death sentences continue to fall
WASHINGTON (AP) — Executions and new death sentences dropped to their lowest numbers in decades in 2014, an anti-death penalty group said in a new report.
18, Dec 2014 - Oregon GMO labeling proponents concede defeat
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Proponents of an Oregon ballot measure requiring labels on genetically modified foods conceded defeat Thursday after a judge ruled against them and an automatic recount appeared unlikely to sway the outcome.
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