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31, Oct 2014 - Gov. Herbert discusses health insurance assistance, same-sex marriage
SALT LAKE CITY – During his monthly news conference, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert spoke about plans to provide health insurance to the poor, same–sex marriage and plans for relocating the state prison. Herbert spoke Wednesday, and the Healthy Utah plan was among the topics he discussed. The proposal is an alternative to state Medicaid expansion […]
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 - Judge sees need to intervene in suit over pastor who admitted AIDS, sex and drug abuse
Testimony was given in a packed Montgomery courtroom Thursday morning in a civil lawsuit against the embattled pastor of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church.
31, Oct 2014 - Illinois veteran sentenced to 10 years for shooting
CHAMPAIGN - A central Illinois veteran has been sentenced to 10 years in prison in connection with a shooting that occurred in 2012.
31, Oct 2014 - WV Supreme Court upholds Judge Wilfong suspension
She will not be fined, though Justice Menis Ketchum pointed out how much her illicit behavior had cost taxpayers.
31, Oct 2014 - Nashville man sentenced to life for killing ex-wife
A Nashville man will spend life in prison for the shooting death of his ex-wife in Maryland.
31, Oct 2014 - Judge suggests it's OK for Redskins to sue Indians
A federal judge seems to think Native Americans offended by the Washington Redskins team name are properly being sued by the NFL franchise. Judge Gerald Bruce Lee suggested during a hearing Friday that it would be unprecedented to dismiss the team's lawsuit against five Native Americans who complained about the name to the U.S. A trademark office board decided in June to cancel some of the ...
31, Oct 2014 - Former Charlotte mayor sentenced to 44 months in federal prison
The former mayor pleaded guilty in June to taking more than $50,000 in bribes from undercover FBI agents. An affidavit in the case says Cannon sought more than $1 million in kickbacks during a meeting in his office. 
31, Oct 2014 - Supporters and critics of Measure 91 speak their minds
By Jessica De Nova/ MEDFORD, Ore.-Lighting up a joint for fun will be legal in the state if Oregonians vote in favor of Measure 91 in November's election. Measure 91 is heating up debates in southern Oregon. If passed in November's general election, The Control, Regulation, and Taxation of Marijuana and Industrial Hemp Act will legalize recreational use of cannabis for people 21 years of ...
31, Oct 2014 - Nineteen campaign for high court seat
This report is part of a series of candidates’ statements in this year’s General Election. Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 4.
31, Oct 2014 - John Wayne And Duke University In: 'The Battle of the Dukes. It's Only The Beginning.'
It’s the trademark battle where both sides put up their Dukes. The family of John Wayne has been sent to the mat in their attempt to challenge the North Carolina university’s trademark use. According to this case, John Wayne Enterprises LLC v. Duke University, described in court papers by the actor’s heirs as a “family business,” seems to have shot first and asked questions later. Or, at least ...
31, Oct 2014 - UBS cannot arbitrate with Nasdaq over Facebook IPO: court
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A divided U.S. appeals court on Friday rejected UBS AG's (UBSN.VX) bid to compel Nasdaq OMX Group Inc (NDAQ.O) to arbitrate a dispute over how the exchange operator handled Facebook ...
31, Oct 2014 - Utah woman sentenced for child sex abuse committed while she was a man
A Duchesne County woman will serve up to five years in prison for sexually abusing a child in the early '90s while living as...
31, Oct 2014 - Newly-elected Monroe County sheriff not allowed to fill position
Newly-elected Monroe County Sheriff Randy White is out of a job after a ruling by a Chancery Court judge voided his August election to the post.
31, Oct 2014 - Marriage decision is step toward equality
The Editorial Board of the Old Gold & Black applauds the decision by U.S. Federal District Court Judge Max Cogburn to overturn the ban on same-sex marriages in North Carolina on Oct. 10. The staff feels that the choice to enter such unions is a personal, private matter and that the court made the right decision in rectifying legal discrepancies that saw LGBTQ individuals unfairly discriminated ...
31, Oct 2014 - New York state to settle landmark suit over public defenders
By Daniel Wiessner ALBANY N.Y. (Reuters) - New York state has agreed to settle a lawsuit claiming its public defense system is underfunded and violates poor people's rights to counsel a day before the case was set to go to trial. The state will establish a cap on the number of cases court-appointed attorneys may handle and will ensure defendants have lawyers at their first court appearance ...
31, Oct 2014 - Court upholds death sentence on woman
Angela McAnulty, convicted in 2009, is second female in Oregon history to await execution. The Supreme Court has upheld Oregon’s second-ever death sentence imposed on a woman. Angela McAnulty of Eugene was sentenced in February 2011 for the aggravated murder of her 15-year-old daughter, Jeanette Maples, on Dec. 9, 2009. ...
31, Oct 2014 - South Dakota gay marriage ban headed to court
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A federal judge could decide Friday whether to dismiss a lawsuit challenging South Dakota's ban on gay marriage, with attorneys for both sides expected to argue their case as
31, Oct 2014 - Strip club dancers are employees, Nev. court rules
Sign in to comment! LAS VEGAS – In a ruling that could prove costly for Nevada strip clubs, the state Supreme Court decided that dancers at one Las Vegas club are employees, not independent contractors, and are entitled to be paid minimum wage.
31, Oct 2014 - Former Columbia County commissioner, family still waiting on ruling
Scott Dean and his family are still waiting on the ruling by a Tattnall County judge on his writ of habeas corpus.
31, Oct 2014 - Threat of prison looms for woman who eased chronic pain with marijuana
Seated in a wheelchair and wearing a jail-issue jumpsuit, Amanda Gould felt certain the judge would release her. Her lawyer, her kids and husband thought so too.
31, Oct 2014 - Nacogdoches couple touts prison entrepreneurship program that changed son's life
A Dallas man is doing everything he can to change people's perception of former prisoners.East Texas met his Nacogdoches parents Wednesday afternoon at the Rotary Club meeting.
31, Oct 2014 - Give defendant choice of judge or jury trial
The federal court system and 49 states allow defendants the option to be tried by a judge rather than a jury. North Carolina does not. That should change.
31, Oct 2014 - White House Taps ACLU Lawyer To Run DOJ’s Civil Rights Division
The Obama administration on Wednesday picked American Civil Liberties Union lawyer Vanita Gupta to lead the Justice Department’s civil rights division, overseeing the federal probe into the shooting of an unarmed teen by a police officer in Ferguson, Mo.
31, Oct 2014 - Foundry owner get 2½½ years for art scam
A former New York foundry owner was sentenced to 2½½ years in prison Thursday for trying to sell knockoff sculptures that he passed off as the multimillion-dollar work of Jasper Johns and other artists.
31, Oct 2014 - Court vacates 'Hard 50' sentence in Topeka killing
The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday upheld the premeditated first-degree murder conviction of William Holt II in the September 2010 shooting death of Mitch Vose in Topeka, but vacated his "Hard 50" life sentence.
31, Oct 2014 - FAMU Hazing Trial: Florida Jury Begins Deliberation In 2011 Robert Champion Death
A Florida jury started deliberating Friday afternoon in the trial of Dante Martin, the leader of a Florida A&M University hazing ritual that killed 26-year-old Robert Champion in 2011. Martin could get a 15-year prison sentence if he's found guilty of manslaughter and felony hazing of Champion, the Associated Press reported . He also faces misdemeanor hazing charges involving two other FAMU band ...
31, Oct 2014 - Client of The Foundation of the Child Victims of the Family Courts Files Federal Civil Rights Lawsu
A Federal Civil Rights law suit has been filed in US District Court, Southern District of NY, White Plains NY, on behalf of plaintiff Ms. Latonia J., and her minor child D.J., clients of The Foundationfor the Child Victims of the Family Courts, v. Westchester County NY and the Department of Social Services (DSS), alleging deliberate indifference to the Plaintiffs' Constitutional rights, and pain ...
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 - Josh Gordon pleads guilty to speeding ticket
Josh Gordon was fined $150 plus court costs for a speeding ticket he received in Berea last spring, according to Berea Municipal Court.
31, Oct 2014 - Reception set for Thursday for NC Court of Appeals judge
There will be a reception for North Carolina Court of Appeals Judge Mark Davis at the home of Beth Bunce and Bill Bates in Lexington on Thursday.
31, Oct 2014 - UPDATE: Felton Man Sentenced To 44 Yrs For Child Pornography
DOVER, Del. - A Kent County man who pled guilty of rape and child pornography charges has just been sentenced to 44 years in prison.
31, Oct 2014 - Opponents of Wisconsin voter ID law ask Supreme Court to step in
The Supreme Court has been asked to block the controversial voter ID law before the November elections
31, Oct 2014 - Burglar with lengthy criminal history sentenced to prison
A 41-year-old Philadelphia man with a long history of arrests and convictions for burglary was in Bucks County Court on Tuesday to plead guilty to burglary in Northampton earlier this year.
31, Oct 2014 - Four vie for two seats on Calaveras County bench
The race for a pair of seats on the Calaveras County Superior Court is becoming one of the most hotly contested elections in town as accusations of deception fly in the final days. Seeking one seat on the bench in Department 1 are Calaveras County Deputy District Attorney Dana Pfeil and Calaveras County Court Commissioner Grant Barrett.
31, Oct 2014 - Court orders American Indian casino in California to stay closed after standoff
By Alex Dobuzinskis LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A federal court on Wednesday ordered an American Indian casino in California to remain closed over public safety concerns tied to an armed standoff that occurred last week between two tribal factions at the establishment, officials said. The order by U.S. District Judge Lawrence O'Neill of the Eastern District of California is expected to keep the ...
31, Oct 2014 - Trial Begins For OKC Man Accused In Deadly Road Rage Incident
On Monday the trial began for a man accused of killing a man during a road rage incident. David Bloebaum, 59, is accused of the deadly shooting that claimed the life of 29-year-old Jason Yousif at a northwest Oklahoma City Super Target parking lot two years ago.
31, Oct 2014 - Death penalty sought for I-75 shooter
Warren County prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for Terry Froman, the man charged with killing his estranged girlfriend on I-75 last month.
31, Oct 2014 - NYC prosecutor modest on attorney general buzz
NEW YORK (AP) — Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara is not doing much to encourage speculation that he's one of the few people being considered to be the next U.S. attorney general. Yet he's not exactly discouraging it either.
31, Oct 2014 - Grand Ole Opry star's killer paroled after 41 years in prison
By Timothy Ghianni NASHVILLE (Reuters) - John Brown, one of the two men convicted in the murders of Grand Ole Opry and "Hee Haw" star David "Stringbean" Akeman and his wife, will be released from prison after serving 41 years, officials said on Wednesday. Brown, 64, who had been denied parole five times in the past, will be released in four to six weeks after four of the five Tennessee Board of ...
31, Oct 2014 - Woman charged with making terrorist threats to Alabama judge
A Lauderdale County woman is charged with threatening a southern Alabama Judge concerning the custody of her children.
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