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28, Aug 2014 - State Supreme Court to hear case involving iconic Louisville eatery
A former Wagner's Pharmacy employee says she was improperly fired because of her disability - obesity.
28, Aug 2014 - Canadian Press NewsAlert: B.C. special prosecutor approves polygamy charges
VICTORIA – A special prosecutor in British Columbia has approved criminal charges against Winston Blackmore, James Oler and two others alleging polygamy and unlawful removal of children from Canada with the intention of committing sexual crimes. More coming…
28, Aug 2014 - Utah governor says state should defend law anti-polygamy struck down in 'Sister Wives' case
Utah's governor says the state should appeal a court ruling that favors the family on the TV show "Sister Wives" and strikes down key parts of a law criminalizing polygamy.
28, Aug 2014 - Florida judge approves new map for Congress
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A Florida judge is giving his approval to a new congressional map that was redrawn by state legislators — but it won't take effect in time for this year's election.
28, Aug 2014 - Heroin ring leader sentenced to 34 years
A man courts described as a “career” offender was sentenced to 34 years in prison for leading a heroin trafficking ring in Cincinnati and Lincoln Heights.
28, Aug 2014 - Bomb threat suspected indicted in federal court
A federal grand jury indicted a Lafayette man for making a bomb threat against the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and attempting to rob a bank, U.S. Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced today. Devin Haywood, 30, of Lafayette, was charged with one count of using a facility in interstate commerce to willfully make a threat or maliciously convey false information and one count of attempted ...
28, Aug 2014 - Alabama sovereign citizen leader loses appeal
A federal appeals court has upheld the conviction of a self-appointed sovereign citizen leader who challenged the federal government's authority over him.
28, Aug 2014 - UPDATE: Logan County Man Pleads Guilty in Mine Kickback Scheme
David Runyon's guilty plea came Thursday in U.S. District Court in Charleston.
28, Aug 2014 - Virginia mom sentenced for using razor to try to remove kids’ tattoos babysitter gave them
A Virginia woman has admitted to using a heated razor blade to try to remove tattoos that police say a babysitter put on her two young daughters
28, Aug 2014 - Governor Perry Calls Charges Unconstitutional, Asks Judge To Dimiss Case
Governor Perry vows to fight every chance he gets. On Monday, his lawyers put it in writing. They filed a 60 page motion to dismiss the felony charges against him calling state statutes overly vague and unconstitutional.
28, Aug 2014 - Raleigh sex offender didn't violate probation, judge finds
A Raleigh sex offender who once coached girls' softball did not violate terms of his plea agreement when he showed up in the same public places as some of his teenaged victims, a Wake County judge ruled Thursday.
28, Aug 2014 - New Trial Ordered For Noura Jackson
The Tennessee Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for Noura Jackson, a Shelby County woman convicted of the second degree murder of her mother.
28, Aug 2014 - Judicial Watch and Ask Maryland's Highest Court to Review Lawsuit Seeking Re-Vo
Petition argues "few issues are as important as safeguarding the people's rights to participate in their representative democracy."
28, Aug 2014 - Federal judge upholds assault rifle ban
Judge found no constitutional violation in new law A federal judge on Tuesday upheld the constitutionality of Maryland's ban on assault rifles and magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds, two key measures in a gun control package the state passed after a massacre at a Connecticut elementary school.
28, Aug 2014 - Maryland man convicted of exporting to Iran
GREENBELT, Maryland (AP) — A Maryland man has been convicted on charges of exporting American manufactured industrial products to Iran.
28, Aug 2014 - Thursday round-up
Yesterday the Court blocked the order by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit striking down Virginia’s ban on same-sex marriage. Although Virginia officials and the county clerk who had requested the stay urged the Court to treat the clerk’s stay application as a petition for review, the Justices instead stayed the lower […]
28, Aug 2014 - Judge allows jurors to consider manslaughter for Deedy
After Christopher Deedy's first murder trial ended in a hung jury, many asked why the lesser charge of manslaughter wasn't on the table. Thi…
28, Aug 2014 - No arrest warrant being issued for Texas' Perry
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A judge has decided not to issue an arrest warrant for Texas Gov. Rick Perry, a court official said Monday, meaning the Republican can continue traveling the country and gearing up for a possible 2016 presidential run despite being indicted on two felony counts of abuse of power.
28, Aug 2014 - USU volleyball loving new Wayne Estes Center
When the Utah State volleyball team took the court for its annual Blue & White Scrimmage on Aug. 19, Kirby Court at the brand new Wayne Estes Center was officially broken in. As the volleyball reg
28, Aug 2014 - Missouri man charged in 6-year-old's death
SEDALIA, Mo. (AP) — A 27-year-old Missouri man was being held on $1 million bond in connection with the slaying of a 6-year-old boy. Online court records show Scottie Alan Willet of Columbia was charged Thursday with first-degree murder and armed criminal action in the child's death.
28, Aug 2014 - Jeffrey K. Coreil to Receive the 2014 American Inns of Court Sandra Day O’Connor Award for Profes
ALEXANDRIA, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The American Inns of Court Sandra Day O'Connor Award for Professional Service honors American Inn of Court members in practice 10 or fewer years for excellence in public interest or pro bono service.
28, Aug 2014 - Woman may pursue libel case against Sammy Hagar
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A federal appeals court says an Iowa woman who claims rock singer Sammy Hagar fathered her baby 25 years ago may sue him for libel, invasion of privacy, and breach of contract.
28, Aug 2014 - Leaders of polygamous sect in B.C. charged five years after failed prosecutions
VICTORIA - A special prosecutor in British Columbia has approved criminal charges against Winston Blackmore, James Oler and two others alleging polygamy and unlawful removal of children from Canada with the intention of committing sexual crimes.
28, Aug 2014 - Ohio man gets 7 years for slamming, killing driver in intoxicated crash
Driver tested at more than three times Ohio’s legal driving limit. A Rome, Ohio man who was intoxicated and speeding when he slammed into the back of a stopped car, killing the driver, was sentenced today to seven years in prison.
28, Aug 2014 - Former Adams County prosecutor charged with murder
A former assistant state's attorney in western Illinois' Adams County is charged with first-degree murder in the February 2006 death of his wife.
28, Aug 2014 - Appeals court gives same-sex marriage green light in Virginia
Frances Burns RICHMOND, Va., Aug. 13 (UPI) -- A U.S. appeals court refused Wednesday to delay same-sex marriage in Virginia, days after a judge ruled that Tennessee can continue to ban it.
28, Aug 2014 - Ms. America 2014 Pageant Announces Panel of Judges
The 2014 Ms. America® Pageant promises to be an exciting event with the announcement of the panel of distinguished judges. They will evaluate the contestants the night of the competition, Saturday, August 9, 2014 at the Curtis Theater, Brea, CA. (PRWeb August 03, 2014) Read the full story at
28, Aug 2014 - Judge dismisses ACLU lawsuit over Hawaii election
The Hawaii Supreme Court has rejected a lawsuit seeking to allow voters on the storm-damaged Big Island to vote. The court said in an opinion released Thursday that it didn't have jurisdiction to grant the relief sought by the American Civil Liberties Union with the lawsuit. The ACLU had asked the court to allow voters who couldn't make it to the polls on Election Day to cast ballots. They say ...
28, Aug 2014 - Court extends timeline on attorney-fee request
A federal appeals court says it will wait to decide whether attorneys' fees should be awarded in a lawsuit challenging Oklahoma's ban on gay marriage.
28, Aug 2014 - Local group picks choice for I-69 route
Harrison County Judge Hugh Taylor, group leader of the local I-69/I-369 working group, reviews a map on the preliminary recommendation the group chose to present to the public as a route option for the proposed interstate.
28, Aug 2014 - Updated: Judge puts nozzle on oil project
A Monterey County Superior Court judge has halted the Project Indian oil development site near Coalinga while citing a lacking environmental review from local officials.
28, Aug 2014 - German 'Cannibal Cop' On Trial For Murder
A German policeman has gone on trial accused of murdering a man he met on a cannibalism fetish website and making a gruesome pornographic video at his B&B home. Prosecutors say the Detlev Guenzel, 56, killed the willing victim at his home last November , before cutting the body into small pieces and burying them in his garden. Dresden chief prosecutor Andreas Feron said: "He killed and ...
28, Aug 2014 - Obamacare's big threat hits new legal level
The Obama administration asked a top federal appeals court to reverse a recent bombshell ruling that threatens to cripple Obamacare.
28, Aug 2014 - Ex-Marine Resources chief of staff pleads guilty to misprision
GULFPORT — A former Mississippi Department of Marine Resources employee has pleaded guilty to misprision, or helping conceal a felony. Joe Ziegler entered his plea yesterday in U.S. District Court in Gulfport.
28, Aug 2014 - Plea deal in the works for assault suspect
BISBEE — A man charged with attempted murder for his suspected involvement in the assault of a National Park Service employee nearly a year ago may avoid a trial, if he accepts a plea deal that the Cochise County attorney’s office has nearly finished drafting. Gil Gaxiola and his attorney would have to agree to the deal, the terms of which will not be made public until it is presented in court ...
28, Aug 2014 - Judge: Texas school finance system unconstitutional
Texas’ system for financing public schools violates the state constitution, an Austin judge ruled Thursday.
28, Aug 2014 - Pence Hopeful Court Will Uphold Indiana’s Same-Sex Marriage Ban
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence said Wednesday he remains hopeful that the Hoosier State's ban on same-sex marriages will remain intact, despite blistering questions by the three-judge panel from the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.
28, Aug 2014 - New healthcare law creating more hurdles during Grayson County budget talks
GRAYSON COUNTY -- This week, Grayson County Commissioners are hammering out a new budget. Wednesday, they approved more than a dozen new jobs. Commissioners agreed to add eight new jailers at the Grayson County jail.
28, Aug 2014 - Federal judge upholds key parts of Maryland gun control law
A federal judge on Tuesday upheld a Maryland ban on 45 assault weapons and a limit on gun magazines to 10 rounds, two key parts of a sweeping gun-control law that were challenged shortly before the law went into effect last year.
28, Aug 2014 - Judge says settlement is too low in Silicon Valley hiring case
A California judge has rejected the proposed settlement in a lawsuit over no-hire agreements among top Silicon Valley companies, saying the amount being offered to compensate workers is too low. The remaining defendants in the case—Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe Systems—had reached a deal with the worker’s lawyers to settle the case for US$324.5 million, but Judge Lucy Koh of the federal ...
28, Aug 2014 - County DAs urge passing of human trafficking bills
SAN DIEGO (CNS) - The district attorneys of San Diego and Riverside counties joined a state senator Monday to urge passage of bills to treat human trafficking crimes committed by gang members with the same severity as other gang offenses, and to streamline prosecution of human trafficking.
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