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22, Sep 2014 - Waynesville couple sentenced for meth conspiracy
A former Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce director and her husband were both sentenced to prison this week for their role in a nearly $414,000 conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine.
22, Sep 2014 - Judge: Splish Splash Bash comments untrue, but not worthy of damages
A small claims case that arose out of a spat between two citizen volunteers trying to raise money for the proposed Belleview splash park ended Thursday afternoon when a judge ruled that statements made against one party were false, but did not rise to the level of awarding damages.
22, Sep 2014 - Justice Department wraps up Texas voter ID trial
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (AP) — The Justice Department says a two-week trial has shown that a tough Texas voter ID law substantially discriminates against minorities and should be scrapped.
22, Sep 2014 - W. Mich. officer bound over to trial on sexual assault charges
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - A West Michigan police officer accused of sexually assaulting a teen girl was bound over to trial Monday.
22, Sep 2014 - Klamath County man is convicted on sex charges
Klamath Falls, Ore. -- A Klamath County man is convicted on sex charges involving a girl under the age of 14. A jury found 48 year old Talloak Donald Jones of Bonanza guilty Tuesday of 2 counts of first degree sexual abuse. Jones was arrested in June of 2012 following an investigation by the Oregon State Police. The district attorney says he'll ask the judge to sentence Jones to 12 and a half ...
22, Sep 2014 - Woman sentenced in silicone buttocks injection death
A Mississippi woman convicted of killing a Georgia woman through illicit silicone buttocks injections has been sentenced to life in prison.
22, Sep 2014 - Exiled Tanana man argues for return
FAIRBANKS — One of the men banished by the Tanana tribal government this spring is suing in federal court for the right to return.
22, Sep 2014 - Appeals court tells Bondi: Move forward on gay marriage cases
A state appeals court Thursday rejected Attorney General Pam Bondi's request to hold off deciding the constitutionality of Florida's gay marriage ban until after the U.S. Supreme Court someday rules on the issue.
22, Sep 2014 - Brad Cooper pleads guilty to second-degree murder of wife
Brad Cooper has pleaded guilty to killing his wife, Edmonton-born Nancy Cooper, in North Carolina. Several members of Nancy Cooper's family lined the front rows in the American court as Cooper took the stand in Raleigh, N.C. and pleaded guilty to second-degree murder. For six years, Cooper has maintained his innocence in his wife's murder.
22, Sep 2014 - Sanders confession tape played in court, victim's grandmother testifies
The trial for Thomas Sanders has begun in Alexandria. Sanders is accused of killing a mother and her 12-year-old daughter from Las Vegas on Labor Day weekend 2010.
22, Sep 2014 - Judge resigns after investigation into business
Center Township Small Claims Court Judge Michelle Scott submitted her resignation Tuesday to Marion County Democratic Party chairman Joel Miller, Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney reported.
22, Sep 2014 - Judge to rule on Douglas Hales mistrial this afternoon
A Saskatoon judge will decide this afternoon whether to grant a mistrial in the Douglas Hales murder case. Hales is charged with first-degree murder in the May, 2004 death of student and mother Daleen Bosse. Hales confessed to killing Bosse when undercover police officers executed a so-called Mr. Big Sting.
22, Sep 2014 - Trial delayed for Struthers man accused of killing room mate.
The trial for a Struthers man accused of killing his room mate has been delayed. Jury selection in the case of Matthew Alexander, was scheduled to begin today in the courtroom of Judge John Durkin, but it has been continued.
22, Sep 2014 - UPDATE: Louisiana same-sex marriage likely on hold pending appeals
UPDATE: Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell will likely request a stay on recognizing same-sex marriages pending the appeals process. If the stay is granted, the recognizing of same-sex marriages in Louisiana would be on hold until the case is heard by appeals courts.  Pictured above are Lafayette attorney Joshua Guillory and Angela Costanza after a state district judge ruled that ...
22, Sep 2014 - Ryan Leaf sentence to 5, already served
Former Chargers QB Ryan Leaf was sentenced to 5 years in Texas, but has already served.
22, Sep 2014 - Hidalgo man sentenced for smuggling weapons into Mexico
A 27-year-old South Texas man has been sentenced to more than six years in prison for smuggling munitions such as barrels for grenade launchers into Mexico. Federal prosecutors announced Tuesday that Eric Perez-Bazan of Hidalgo was sentenced in federal court in McAllen. He pleaded guilty last month to violating a federal law against exporting munitions. Prosecutors say that for at least five ...
22, Sep 2014 - Fort Hood shooter writes to ISIS leader, asks to become 'citizen' of Islamic State
Nidal Hasan, the Army psychiatrist who killed 13 people at Fort Hood, is asking to join ISIS -- from his federal prison cell.
22, Sep 2014 - Men shooting searches of women unconstitutional
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — A federal judge has ruled that allowing male guards to videotape strip searches of female inmates at a western Massachusetts jail is unconstitutional. The judge in U.S. District Court in Springfield ruled Tuesday that allowing men to videotape nude female inmates at the Western Massachusetts Regional Women's Correctional Center is "antithetical to human dignity" and "deeply ...
22, Sep 2014 - Spring man indicted for sexual relationships with teenagers
A 24-year-old Spring man could face decades in prison for the two second-degree felony charges of sexual assault of a child he was indicted for this week.
22, Sep 2014 - No decision yet on priest's extradition to US, court told
New Delhi, Sep 12 (IANS) The central government Friday told the Delhi High Court that it has not taken any decision yet on the extradition of Catholic priest Rev Joseph Palanivel Jeyapaul, accused of molesting a child in the US when he was there in 2004. Jeyapaul, 59, challenged the order of a trial court here recommending his extradition to the US to stand trial there. Hearing his plea, Justice ...
22, Sep 2014 - Charleston's first female federal district judge credits her dad
Newly appointed U.S. District Judge Bruce Howe Hendricks, the first woman from Charleston to hold that position, has been headed in that direction since childhood.
22, Sep 2014 - SD State Prison Inmate Passes Away
A South Dakota state prison inmate passed away Friday.
22, Sep 2014 - Women accused of trying to hire hitman
The wife of a man accused of molesting three children, tried to have him killed according to the West Virginia State Police. Sarah Swaggerty of Layland, WV and her live-in friend Tammy Bair are in Southern Regional Jail on charges of conspiracy to commit murder and solicitation to commit murder...
22, Sep 2014 - Homestead Mayor Bateman’s Corruption Trial Winding Down
Closing arguments have wrapped in corruption trial of former Homestead Mayor Steve Bateman. Bateman is accused of improperly accepting money to act as a consultant for Community Health of South Florida (CHI) which had projects in several cities, including Homestead.
22, Sep 2014 - Sussex County Prosecutor's Office
Aug. 8 Stephanie Villareal, 27, was sentenced to two years of probation, 79 days credit for time served in jail and to pay $1,210 in fines. She pleaded guilty on June 30 to the third-degree crime of distribution of a controlled dangerous substance.
22, Sep 2014 - Kansas AG Asks Court To Dismiss School Bill Lawsuit
TOPEKA, Kan (WIBW)-- Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt has asked the state court to end a lawsuit challenging the school funding law passed by the legislature in April.
22, Sep 2014 - Edward Mokshefsky sworn in as new Eddystone Police Chief
Eddystone's Acting Police Chief Edward Mokshefsky was sworn as the borough's new police chief at borough council's Sept. 8 meeting. Delaware County Court of Common Pleas Judge Gregory Mallon administered the oath of office to the new chief.
22, Sep 2014 - Billionaire investor sues developer of Apopka project
A billionaire investor has sued a high-profile Orlando developer, claiming the value of an Apopka project was overstated to attract financial backing.
22, Sep 2014 - Man's convictions upheld in his parents' deaths
The Indiana Court of Appeals has upheld the murder convictions of an eastern Indiana man convicted of killing his parents.
22, Sep 2014 - New Mexico high court to hear death row appeals
New Mexico's remaining death row inmates are asking the state Supreme Court to spare them from potential execution because lawmakers repealed capital punishment after they were sentenced to die by lethal injection.
22, Sep 2014 - Ebola Vaccine From GSK to Begin US Clinical Trials Within Weeks :Sources
US health officials will announce on Thursday that a human study of an Ebola vaccine made by GlaxoSmithKline will begin within a couple of weeks and not later this year as the company estimated origin...
22, Sep 2014 - Craig Swapp & Associates Wins Personal Injury Case Against Insurance Company
In a recent personal injury case handled by attorney Bobby Udall, Craig Swapp & Associates proved how preparation and care for the client can win a case. Bobby Udall fought an insurance company in favor of his client injured in a motor vehicle accident. (PRWeb September 02, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/08/prweb12078696.htm
22, Sep 2014 - Arizona man gets a win in same-sex marriage debate
A judge awarded a gay man the right to be listed as his partner's spouse on his death certificate, although Arizona bans same-sex marriage
22, Sep 2014 - Accused New Hope shooter's attorney asks for mental evaluation
A man accused of shooting two Lowndes County deputies and injuring a third will undergo a mental evaluation before he stands trial. Kent Coscia was arraigned in Lowndes County Circuit Court Friday afternoon.
22, Sep 2014 - Loud music retrial: Prosecutors want murder conviction in Jordan Davis death
JACKSONVILLE, Florida (CNN) — It’s rare that a defendant is put on trial knowing that whether he wins or loses, chances are he’ll still spend his life in prison. That’s exactly the scenario Michael Dunn faces, as his second trial in the November 2012 killing of 17-year-old Jordan Davis approaches. Jury selection began Monday morning. […]
22, Sep 2014 - Pike headed to trial in fatal gas station stabbing
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - The man accused of murdering a West Michigan gas station clerk waived his preliminary hearing Tuesday afternoon.
22, Sep 2014 - Company bosses accused of covering up positive salmonella tests
It was in a bland, windowless third-floor courtroom here that Jeff Almer first locked eyes with the man he holds responsible for his mother's death.
22, Sep 2014 - Rape conviction upheld
A state appeals court won’t grant a new trial to a former University of Wisconsin-La Crosse student imprisoned for raping another student in his dorm room.
22, Sep 2014 - Judge denies Rodella's request to disqualify U.S. Attorney's Office, trial will go forward
During the second day of Rio Arriba County Sheriff Tommy Rodella's preliminary hearing, a New Mexico State Police captain said the department upped charges Rodella because the original charges should not have been classified as a misdemeanor in the first place, and NMSP Chief Pete Kassetas said the department changed the report merely to fix grammatical errors.
22, Sep 2014 - Trial begins for Florida mayor accused of corruption
By Zachary Fagenson MIAMI (Reuters) - Former Homestead, Florida, Mayor Steven Bateman went on trial in Monday on charges he illegally held a $125-an-hour consulting job while serving in office and used his position to fast-track construction deals. Bateman, 59, arrested in August 2013, was charged with two felony counts of illegal compensation and three misdemeanors for allegedly breaking Miami ...
22, Sep 2014 - Middlesex DA race highlights local ballots
FRAMINGHAM -- A high-profile race for the top law enforcement position in Middlesex County highlights a slate of local primary contests on the ballot Tuesday.Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan, who was appointed to the post in 2013 by Gov. Deval Patrick, will fend off a challenge by Cambridge Democrat Michael Sullivan.With no Republican on the ballot, the primary contest between Ryan - a ...
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