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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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22, Dec 2014 - Road rage shooter William Sherwood gets life in prison
A man convicted in a deadly road rage shooting was sentenced to life in prison in Brevard County on Monday.
22, Dec 2014 - Judge recommends denial of murderer’s latest petition
A U.S. magistrate judge has recommended denial and dismissal of a petition filed by Juan H. Castillo-Alvarez, one of the men convicted in the 1997 kidnapping and murder of Gregory Sky Erickson near Petersburg.
22, Dec 2014 - Men’s Basketball: McKay debuts as ISU beats Drake
DES MOINES — When Jameel McKay jogged off the court late in the first half Saturday after playing his first minutes in an Iowa State uniform, he was tired, and visibly winded.
22, Dec 2014 - Judge rejects plea deal by South Carolina sheriff in bribery case
By Harriet McLeod CHARLESTON, S.C. (Reuters) - A U.S. judge rejected a plea deal on Wednesday that would have allowed South Carolina's former longest-serving sheriff to serve three years of probation in exchange for admitting he was guilty of conspiring to harbor illegal immigrants. James Metts, 68, served as sheriff of Lexington County from 1972 until being suspended from office last summer ...
22, Dec 2014 - Drug charge dropped against Iowa State's Bryce Dejean-Jones
The senior guard was arrested early Thursday morning, but was released from jail later in the day.
22, Dec 2014 - Boston suspect to make first appearance in 17 months
NEW YORK, United States - Accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is due to make his first public appearance in 17 months when he steps into court Thursday for final preparations for his January trial.
22, Dec 2014 - Ten Commandments Judge: City ‘Foolish’ for Allowing Atheist, Wiccan Prayers at Council Meetings
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, also known as the Ten Commandments Judge, is reprimanding the city of Huntsville for its prayer policy at city council meetings, which allows for atheists and Wiccans to lead the invocation. “We’re having prayers [by] atheists? We’re having Wiccans say prayers? How foolish can we […]
22, Dec 2014 - Belfast investigation opens into IRA rape case
BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP) — A top English human rights lawyer has opened an official Belfast fact-finding probe into why a criminal trial against an alleged Irish Republican Army rapist c…
22, Dec 2014 - DC Man Gets 50 Years In Baltimore Man’s Killing
A District of Columbia man has been sentenced to 50 years in prison in the killing of a stranger at a Prince George's County gas station.
22, Dec 2014 - Former Virginia Governor McDonnell's sentencing guidelines: 10 years at least
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22, Dec 2014 - Attorneys For An Oklahoma Inmate Seek Clemency
Attorneys for an Oklahoma inmate scheduled to die for stabbing a prison worker to death in 1998 are asking a state board to recommend sparing his life.
22, Dec 2014 - Local Attorney Explains AR Same Sex Marriage Ruling
A federal judge ruled late Tuesday afternoon that the state's ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional, but for now, same-sex marriage licenses will not be issued in Arkansas. US District Judge Kristine Baker ruled Amendment 83, which defines marriage as between a man and a woman, violates the equal protection clause in the 14th Amendment of the US Constitution. Baker also put a hold on ...
22, Dec 2014 - Judge won’t release former Gov. Siegelman on appeal bond
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - A judge has denied former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman's request to get out of prison while he continues to appeal his 2006 bribery conviction.
22, Dec 2014 - Alaska News Nightly: November 26, 2014
Alaska Gov.-elect Walker names 4 to positions; Industry Blames Pirate Fishing as Red King Prices Drop; Iditarod Musher Hospitalized After Vehicle Strikes Dog Team; Palmer Man Sentenced To 50 Years On Child Sexual Exploitation Charges; Regional Committee Votes to Hold Governance Convention; Decision Due Soon on ‘Distorted’ School Texts Depicting Native Tragedies; APU Nordic Skier To Compete In ...
22, Dec 2014 - Boys & Girls Club of Fremont County to host farewell party for Jennifer Pierceall Herman, executive
The Boys & Girls Club of Fremont County will host a farewell party Monday for Jennifer Pierceall Herman, executive director of the club.
22, Dec 2014 - US court denies ex-officer's appeal in 2006 death
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the appeal of a former Washington state police officer convicted of using excessive force in the 2006 death of a developmentally disabled janitor he wrongly suspected of theft, a case that helped lead to a federal review of the Spokane Police Department.
22, Dec 2014 - The Child Migrants Crisis Has Faded, But Family Detentions Are Forging Ahead
U.S. Republican lawmakers grilled Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on immigration this week over President Barack Obama’s immigration executive actions in a prelude to escalating backlash following the president’s moves. But while Johnson defended the legality of deportation relief for millions of undocumented immigrants, he also brandished the other major part of the executive action ...
22, Dec 2014 - Muslim woman says she was forced to attend Christian service in Ohio jail
A 24-year-old Muslim woman has filed a lawsuit against an Ohio jail after Cuyahoga County corrections officers allegedly ordered her to attend Christian prayer services or face solitary confinement, according to court filings made public Thursday.
22, Dec 2014 - Man convicted of 1993 NYC sex attack
NEW YORK (AP) — Bronx District Attorney Robert Johnson says a North Carolina man has been convicted of a 1993 sex attack on a college student.
22, Dec 2014 - Judge suspends Florida city's homeless feeding ban
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — A judge has suspended enforcement of a South Florida city's law that restricts the public feeding of homeless people for 30 days and ordered mediation on the issue.
22, Dec 2014 - Dreamers' Driver's Licenses In Arizona: Young Illegal Immigrants Can Start Applying For IDs
Long lines were expected at Motor Vehicle Division offices throughout Arizona on Monday as young undocumented immigrants planned to sign up for driver’s licenses for the first time. A federal appeals court ruled in July that Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's policy denying some immigrants licenses was "likely unconstitutional," and a preliminary injunction against the policy was issued Thursday, the ...
22, Dec 2014 - Appeals court overturns sex-change for inmate - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Spor
BOSTON (AP) - A divided federal appeals court on Tuesday overturned a ruling ordering Massachusetts prison officials to provide taxpayer-funded sex-reassignment surgery for an inmate convicted of murder.
22, Dec 2014 - Two San Francisco police officers convicted of theft and conspiracy
Two San Francisco police officers were convicted Friday of federal felony charges stemming from the theft of money, drugs and other property from crime scenes in 2009.
22, Dec 2014 - Choice of house in robbery is still a mystery
A prosecutor in a Basalt home invasion and robbery case said Monday that investigators were never able to establish why the three men from western Garfield County targeted a house in Basalt. None of the men had ties to the Roaring Fork Valley, according to John Franks, deputy district attorney for the Fifth Judicial District. Two of the men lived in Rifle and the third in Parachute. He said one ...
22, Dec 2014 - Pruitt willing to light fuses in Oklahoma
Scott Pruitt enjoyed owning a AAA baseball team in Oklahoma City, but he is having as much fun as Oklahoma’s attorney general, and one of the Obama administration’s most tenacious tormentors.
22, Dec 2014 - Concordia Healthcare Corp. Provides Clinical Trial and Corporate Update
Concordia Healthcare Corp. Provides Clinical Trial and Corporate Update
22, Dec 2014 - AG Cooper to appeal decision on NC utility rates
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- Attorney General Roy Cooper will appeal a decision by the North Carolina Utilities Commission allowing energy companies to profit from corporate tax cuts without passing those savings on to consumers. Cooper filed notice Monday that he will ask the state Court of Appeals to overturn the October decision by the commission, which sets the rates electricity and natural gas ...
22, Dec 2014 - President judge opens probation hearings in Indiana County
Indiana County’s president judge has reversed a longstanding policy that permitted closed-door hearings for offenders entering a special probationary program. The announcement by Judge William ...
22, Dec 2014 - Court rejects appeal from Lucky Mart killer
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Court of Appeals on Friday affirmed the convictions and 80-year prison term of a Merrillville man who shot and killed a Lucky Mart Foods clerk during a 2012 armed robbery.
22, Dec 2014 - Washington governor proposes carbon pollution cap
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday proposed an ambitious cap-and-trade program to require the state's largest industrial polluters to pay for every ton of carbon they release.
22, Dec 2014 - Carbon man gets state prison term in drug case
A Carbon County man was sentenced to a state prison term on Tuesday after pleading guilty in the county court to a drug charge. He was one of seven defendants in pending drug-related cases to enter a guilty plea before President Judge Roger N. Nanovic II.
22, Dec 2014 - Break In Suspect Sentenced to Prison
Jamie Pack admitted that in April 2013 he helped George Collins break into a home in Jefferson Township.
22, Dec 2014 - Ohio man sentenced for threatening to shoot Lee County officers
A Crooksville, Ohio, man was sentenced this week to 30 months in prison for threatening to shoot Lee County Sheriff's Office deputies.
22, Dec 2014 - Robert Clifford, Chester resident, former state Supreme Court Justice, dies
CHESTER TWP. - One of New Jersey's longest serving Supreme Court Justices, Robert Clifford, died in his sleep at home in Chester Township on Saturday, Nov. 29. He was 89.
22, Dec 2014 - Basketball Fans Want Downtown Improvements Before 2016 Tourney
DES MOINES, Iowa — Since the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament bid was approved this fall, city organizers have said the city is ready to host. The Greater Des Moines Convention and Visitor’s Bureau spokesperson said Saturday’s Big Four Classic at Wells Fargo Arena is acting as a trial run for when the NCAA tournament comes to town. The Capitol city will host the first NCAA Men’s Basketball ...
22, Dec 2014 - Man accused of prostitution involvement sentenced on unrelated charges
A man who has been accused of running prostitution businesses on both sides of the Ohio was sentenced Friday in federal court on unrelated charges.
22, Dec 2014 - Former Texas software executive pleads in sex case
HOUSTON (AP) — A former Houston software company executive has pleaded guilty to drugging and sexually abusing a female employee. Prosecutors say Morris was a calculating sexual predator who brought rape drugs on business trips to use on employees.
22, Dec 2014 - Beaufort County judge's decision to toss out conviction of executed teen gains national attenti
Friends and colleagues of a Beaufort County judge say her landmark decision to exonerate a teenager in a 1944 double homicide this week was in line with her ethics and… Click to Continue »
22, Dec 2014 - Bucks suspects in beating of gay couple held for trial
Two men and a woman from Bucks County will be tried on criminal charges that say they beat a gay couple in Philadelphia.
22, Dec 2014 - Madoff lieutenants get lenient sentences
Three of five former Bernard Madoff workers convicted of aiding his $17.5 billion fraud have escaped with sentences much lighter than prosecutors sought, as a judge placed most of the blame for the scheme on its mastermind.The prison...
22, Dec 2014 - New TN Grant Offers Vets Rehab Vs Jail
A new federal grant will focus on rehab for Tennessee veterans over jail time.
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