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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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31, Mar 2015 - Aunt of men accused in terror plot: They're 'not monsters'
(AP Photo/Sun-Times Media, Kevin Tanaka). Tiffany Edmonds, the aunt of two suburban Chicago men accused of plotting terrorist attacks on a military facility in northern Illinois speaks to reporters at federal court after a brief detention hearing Monda...
31, Mar 2015 - Police log, March 7, 2015
No contraband in prison sweep A sweep of Schuylkill County prison Wednesday morning found no evidence of contraband, said county Prison Board chairman and county Commissioner George F. Halcovage Jr. The sweep started at 8 a.m. and lasted until 11:30 a.m. and included all areas of the building, on Sanderson Street across from the courthouse. A team of seven specially trained dogs, two trained to ...
31, Mar 2015 - Value in Good Management; Biotechs Are Feeling Better: Jim Cramer's Best Blogs
Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the last week about the sheer power of execution and the much-needed bounceback in biotech.
31, Mar 2015 - KCMO Father, Son Sentenced in Conspiracy to Steal Trucks, Trailers and Cargo
Two Kansas City, MO, area men were sentenced in federal court Friday for their roles in a 14-year-long conspiracy to steal more than $1 million worth of trucks and trailers and their cargo.
31, Mar 2015 - Selenski gets life in prison
He’s a lifer. After just under two hours of deliberations, the jury in Hugo Selenski’s capital double-murder trial returned a verdict of life in prison Wednesday night, a week to the day after he was convicted of first-degree murder.
31, Mar 2015 - Native Nonprofits Want State to Change on Adoption Case
All the regional Native nonprofits in the state, which represent most of the tribes in Alaska, have issued a joint statement asking Governor Bill Walker to change his position in the court case Tununuk II vs. the state of Alaska. They say Walker’s position will make it very difficult for tribal members to adopt Native children. The state says it’s only arguing for compliance with a U.S. Supreme ...
31, Mar 2015 - Alabama judge halts marriage licenses for all couples after same-sex ruling
(Reuters) - An Alabama judge facing contradictory directives from a U.S. judge and the state's high court on whether to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples said on Wednesday that his office not issue licenses to anyone while it analyzes the conflict. The announcement by Mobile County Probate Judge Don Davis comes a day after the Alabama Supreme Court ordered probate judges to stop ...
31, Mar 2015 - Man accused of stabbing 4 aboard Amtrak train in Michigan found mentally incompetent for trial
A man accused of stabbing four people on an Amtrak train in southwestern Michigan has been found mentally incompetent for trial.
31, Mar 2015 - Attorney: Ferrell will appeal murder verdict
It took a jury only two hours to find Nashville bar owner Chris Ferrell guilty of second-degree murder in the shooting death of outlaw-country-music-singer Wayne Mills, a native of Arab.
31, Mar 2015 - Suspect in Train Stabbing Found Not Competent for Trial
Police say Michael Williams told them he attacked four people after seeing a man turn into a demon.
31, Mar 2015 - Woman's attempt to frame ex gets her 6 months in jail
Custody dispute at heart of the crime
31, Mar 2015 - Gardy & Notis, LLP and Abbey Spanier, LLP Announce Proposed $39 Million Settlement for former Prime
WILMINGTON, Del., March 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Gardy & Notis, LLP and Abbey Spanier, LLP, as lead counsel for plaintiff in a lawsuit called In re Primedia, Inc. Stockholders Litigation, C.A. No. 6511-VCL, pending in the Court of Chancery for the State of Delaware, announce that a proposed settlement has been reached in the lawsuit.  The settlement provides for a $39 million recovery for former ...
31, Mar 2015 - Judge Overturns Broadview Heights Ban on Drilling
Following similar judicial orders of late, Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Michael Astrab ruled that Bass Energy of Fairlawn and Ohio Valley Energy of Austintown, among other such outfits, will be allowed to drill new wells in Broadview Heights.
31, Mar 2015 - Great Park audit: Former Irvine mayor ordered to court
Former Irvine Mayor Larry Agran has been told to appear in court after failing to show up for a scheduled deposition for an audit of the more than $200 million spent planning and promoting the Great Park.
31, Mar 2015 - Federal Appeals Court To Reconsider California Gun Ruling
A federal appeals court agreed Thursday to reconsider its decision to strike down a California law that requires applicants for a concealed-weapons permit to show "good cause" beyond self-defense.
31, Mar 2015 - Appeals court hears arguments on Maryland gun-control law
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The sweeping gun-control law Maryland enacted after the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre impermissibly bans firearms that people commonly keep in their homes for self-defense, a lawyer for gun-rights advocates told a federal appeals court Wednesday.
31, Mar 2015 - The high court says 1,761 new EPA TMDL pollution limits are 'rules' and require public hear
Point source pollution is monitored by the Ohio EPA through a program that sets limits on the amount of pollutants permitted to be released into a waterway. Those limits, called TMDL's, have been called 'rules' by the Ohio Supreme Court and must now comply with Ohio's rule-making laws.
31, Mar 2015 - Florence Man Gets 75 Years in Prison for Ranch Takeover Threat
HAMILTON — A 73-year-old man who a judge said seemed unwilling to accept the reality that he lost his western Montana ranch in a 1979 divorce has been sentenced to 75 years in prison for intimidating and stalking the current owners.
31, Mar 2015 - 5 things to start your day
Obama and Netanyahu publicly feud. An investigation finds a pattern of discrimination in the Ferguson Police Department. And opening statements in the Boston Marathon bomber trial start today.
31, Mar 2015 - Co-ringleader of JeffCo ID theft ring gets 18 years in prison
A 33-year-old man who shared top billing in an ID theft ring that preyed on victims in Jefferson County and throughout metro Denver has been sentenced to 18 years in prison.
31, Mar 2015 - Department of Defense Supports Neumedicines With Groundbreaking Grant for Surgical Site Infection T
Neumedicines, Inc. announced today that it has been awarded approximately $2.5 million by the Department of Defense, Defense Medical Research and Development Program, for a clinical trial assessing the ...
31, Mar 2015 - Justices Asked To Order Redrawn Congressional Districts
The Florida Supreme Court should order a third draft of the state's congressional districts to fully eliminate illegal gerrymandering, attorneys for groups that have challenged the map argued Wednesday.
31, Mar 2015 - Nevada Court of Appeals hears first oral arguments
Cued by the words “all rise,” the three judges of Nevada’s new Court of Appeals entered their Las Vegas courtroom Wednesday to hear oral arguments for the first time.
31, Mar 2015 - Minn. Human Services Commissioner testifies in MSOP trial
ST. PAUL, Minn. ( -- Minnesota Human Services Commissioner Lucinda Jesson spent two and a half hours on the witness stand Friday in the high profile federal trial surrounding the constitutionality of the Minnesota Sex Offender Program.
31, Mar 2015 - Ex-lobbyist charged with defrauding pension system
BOSTON (AP) - A co-defendant in the corruption case involving former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi has been indicted on unrelated charges he defrauded the state's pension system. Attorney General Maura Healey announced Monday that Richard McDonough faces charges of procurement fraud and presentation of false claim. Prosecutors say the ...
31, Mar 2015 - Aaron Hernandez’s fiancée discusses money, gun at his murder trial
Aaron Hernandez, former New England Patriots tight end, and his fiancée traded expressionless glances as she took the witness stand to testify in his murder trial. Shayanna Jenkins was called by prosecutors after being granted immunity.
31, Mar 2015 - Beating Animals Breaks the Law. Now Trying to Expose It Does, Too
Activists citing the right to free speech want the Idaho law struck down, and a federal judge may rule on the case next month. Organizations such as Mercy for Animals, which posted the Idaho video of what they identified as a farm that supplies Burger King Corp., said undercover investigations are the only way to expose abuses, in the tradition of Upton Sinclair’s 1906 novel, “The Jungle.” The ...
31, Mar 2015 - Illinois Supreme Court set to hear state's pension case
One of the more critical financial issues to face Illinois government in a half-century goes before the state Supreme Court on Wednesday as lawyers for the General Assembly and governor defend a massive ...
31, Mar 2015 - Criminal charges won't be filed in internal affairs document shredding case
SANGAMON COUNTY - The Office of the State's Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor has announced that it will not pursue criminal charges in regards to the alleged shredding of internal affairs documents at the Springfield Police Department.
31, Mar 2015 - State faces skepticism from Illinois justices on landmark pension law
Lawyers for the state and public employees faced off this afternoon before the Illinois Supreme Court, debating the constitutionality of a 2013 law aimed at curbing retiree pension benefits in an effort to deal with the state's worst-in-the-nation unfunded retirement liability.
31, Mar 2015 - Constitution Check: Is the Supreme Court promoting race bias in election districting?
Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s constitutional literacy adviser, looks at Wednesday’s Supreme Court decision about voting districts in Alabama and Justice Clarence Thomas’s opinions about race as a voting factor.
31, Mar 2015 - Citing Threats, Rowland Tries Again To Win New Trial
Just days before his sentencing, former Gov. John G. Rowland is trying again to persuade a judge to grant him a new trial, claiming he has new proof that federal prosecutors threatened a potential witness and withheld evidence that supported his claim of innocence.
31, Mar 2015 - Federal judge dismisses porn charge, criticizes prosecutors
TAMPA — Strongly criticizing the actions of federal prosecutors, a federal judge has dismissed a case against a Bradenton woman who had been accused of making pornographic photographs of a 2-year-old girl she was babysitting.
31, Mar 2015 - Rodney Reed From Death Row: "I'm Not Giving Up"
About four hours east of Bastrop, in the small town of Livingston, is a maximum security prison better known as death row. For the past 17 years, it's been Rodney Reed's home. He spends about 22 hours each day in a cell, clinging to hope and maintaining his innocence. ...
31, Mar 2015 - Ferguson police chief still in, 2 veteran commanders out
City officials confirm 2 police officials and court clerk out of their jobs after DOJ report
31, Mar 2015 - Court: New Falcons stadium can proceed
A group of Atlanta residents had challenged the financing of the proposed new $1.2 billion stadium as unconstitutional. But in today's unanimous opinion, written by Justice Harold Melton, the high court has rejected all their arguments and found that the financing as structured does not violate the Georgia Constitution.
31, Mar 2015 - Federal judge inclined to dismiss Muslim's lawsuit against Shawnee County Jail
A federal judge recently promised to dismiss a practicing Muslim's religious rights lawsuit against the Shawnee County Jail unless that inmate, convicted murderer Eddie A. Gordon Sr., fixes several problems with the complaint. U.S.
31, Mar 2015 - New Jersey Supreme Court rules in school trip sex case
The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that the state cannot prosecute two high school employees accused of having sex with students they were chaperoning on a class trip to Germany.
31, Mar 2015 - AG Kane talks Medicaid fraud at budget hearing with friendly lawmakers
Attorney General Kathleen Kane accepted praise from lawmakers who largely avoided her personal legal problems Tuesday as she talked about Medicaid fraud and drug crimes ...
31, Mar 2015 - Worker sentenced in $300K school theft case
A former university employee must serve time in prison after pleading guilty to defrauding the school of more than $300,000.
31, Mar 2015 - Islet Holdings, Inc. Continues With Pursuing Damages in Federal Court
DENVER -- Islet Holdings, Inc. (OTC:ISHI) ("the Company") previously announced that in August 2012, the Company and its subsidiary filed a complaint in Federal District Court for the District ...
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