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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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25, Jan 2015 - Convicted Utah killer wants to be sentenced in absentia
Frank Paul Reyos says he doesn't want to attend his murder sentencing out of respect for the teenage victim, who was shot in the back of the head execution-style and left for dead in a shallow ditch behind a vacant Sugar House lot. But the uncle of 1...
25, Jan 2015 - Mayflower-Vilonia tornado is top AP story of 2014
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas' worst natural disaster of 2014 has been selected by Associated Press members as the state's top news story of the year, edging out the Republican dominance in the midterm elections and court decisions that opened the door to marriages between same-sex couples. ...
25, Jan 2015 - Breaking the cycle: Comprehensive re-entry programs key to reintegrating offenders
CEDAR RAPIDS — Iowa confines some 8,000 inmates in its prisons today. And once out, a large proportion of them again will find themselves in trouble with the law. The Iowa Department of...
25, Jan 2015 - Inmate assaults officer at Mount Pleasant prison
DES MOINES — A correctional officer was assaulted by an inmate at the state prison in Mount Pleasant, a spokesman for the Iowa Department of Corrections said Tuesday. Fred Scaletta, spokesman for the department, said Darrell Ballard, 24, an offender serving time for a sex-offense conviction, assaulted the officer after the staff member directed Ballard to put down a food item that he had ...
25, Jan 2015 - Ex-Chamberlain star to be sentenced in tax fraud
Former Chamberlain High football star Alphonso "Rico" Valdez faces up to 12 years in federal prison for his role in a tax fraud scheme.
25, Jan 2015 - Oklahoma to resume executions after botched one
Oklahoma moved toward its first execution since a botched lethal injection last spring after a divided U.S. Supreme Court said Thursday it wouldn't consider whether a sedative given to the inmate would be strong enough...
25, Jan 2015 - Local woman arrested at State House sit-in over health care
BENNINGTON >> A local woman was cited Thursday along with 29 others during a protest at the Vermont State House building in Montpelier following the governor's inaugural address. Mary Gerisch, 64, of Bennington, has been cited to appear in Vermont Superior Court Washington County Criminal Division on Feb.
25, Jan 2015 - Iowa man sentenced to prison for beating puppy
A Waterloo man has been sentenced to two years in prison for beating an acquaintance's puppy in November.
25, Jan 2015 - NEW INFORMATION: 'Saved by the Bell' actor to stand trial in stabbing case
A Wisconsin judge says the actor who played Screech on the 1990s TV series "Saved by the Bell" must stand trial in a Christmas Day stabbing.
25, Jan 2015 - Head of the Gulf Cartel pleads guilty to federal drug trafficking charges
U.S. Attorney John M. Bales announced today that the current head of the Mexican drug trafficking organization, the Gulf Cartel, or Cartel del Golfo, has pleaded guilty to drug trafficking charges in
25, Jan 2015 - Nebraska Lawmakers Back To Work
The Nebraska Legislature kicked off its 2015 session Wednesday morning with an expected focus to be on property taxes and the state's scandal-plagued prison system.
25, Jan 2015 - Jury selection to get underway in marathon attac
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev could face the death penalty.
25, Jan 2015 - Colorado woman calls self 'servant of Allah,' faces sentencing for ISIS plan
GOLDEN, Colo. - The Colorado resident who pleaded guilty to wanting to join ISIS jihad has changed her Muslim name and prepared a new hairstyle for her sentencing Friday.
25, Jan 2015 - Couple who bilked woman seek lower payments
A northern Indiana couple who avoided prison time by agreeing to pay back more than $150,000 they stole from a blind, elderly woman in their care now say they can't afford those payments.
25, Jan 2015 - Georgia Supreme Court hears Hemy Neuman appeal
Georgia’s Supreme Court is set to hear an appeal by the so-called   Dunwoody Day Care killer on Tuesday afternoon. Watch Live Starting at 2 p.m. Using our App? Hit the LIVE button Hemy Neuman’s defense team says his conviction is based on the false testimony of his mistress, Andrea Sneiderman. They are expected to make four seperate arguments, including a claim that Andrea Sneiderman, Neuman's ...
25, Jan 2015 - Mesa County judge misapplied law on surcharge, appeals court rules
A Mesa County judge didn’t understand his authority concerning a fine in a felony drug case, the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled this week.
25, Jan 2015 - Boston Bomb Suspect’s Last Hope May Be With ‘Liberal’ Jurors
In this courtroom sketch, Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is depicted sitting in federal court in Boston on Dec. 18, 2014, for a final hearing before his trial begins in January.
25, Jan 2015 - Supreme Court to decide whether to resentence youthful convicts, including Nashua man
NASHUA – A U.S. Supreme Court ruling expected to be handed down later this year will determine whether four New Hampshire convicted murderers – including Eduardo Lopez, who fatally shot a Nashua man in 1991 – can have their life-without-parole sentences be reconsidered and possibly lessened. The high court will begin hearing oral arguments in March on a Louisiana man’s motion stemming from the ...
25, Jan 2015 - Fate of thousands at stake as Massachusetts court hears arguments on tainted drug evidence
BOSTON — None of the tens of thousands of defendants convicted of drug crimes after a chemist in a Massachusetts lab tampered with evidence should face the possibility of a harsher sentence if they seek a new trial, the American Civil Liberties Union argued Thursday.
25, Jan 2015 - AZ inmate dies after suicide attempt
The Arizona Department of Corrections and medical examiners are investigating an apparent inmate suicide at the Eyman prison complex.
25, Jan 2015 - Apple designer's court testimony recalls birth of iPhone
The roots of the iPhone can be traced to many corners of Apple's campus in Cupertino, California, but a Silicon Valley courtroom heard Friday heard how some of the most recognizable software features came from a team working in a dark, dirty, windowless room with special security to keep others out. The story of the iPhone's software design was related by Greg Christie, an Apple vice president ...
25, Jan 2015 - Imprisoned since youth
Offenders who commit crimes as minors no longer can be required by law to die behind bars. That's not necessarily new - the U.S. Supreme Court came to that conclusion in 2012, with Wyoming's courts and Legislature following suit.
25, Jan 2015 - Letters sent to Richmond ask for reduced sentence for former Va. governor Bob McDonnell
In just a few days, former Virginia governor Bob McDonnell will be sentenced for his corruption convictions. Now, those who believe they know McDonnell best are making one last plea to the judge on the case.
25, Jan 2015 - Attorney's ear-licking harassment conviction upheld by court
LIHUE, Hawaii (AP) — A state appeals court affirmed a Kauai attorney's harassment conviction for licking a former client's ear.
25, Jan 2015 - Former Va. governor's sentence is far too lenient
In court filings in late December, attorneys for disgraced former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell asked the court for leniency on behalf of their client.He got more than he deserved.McDonnell and wife Maureen were convicted in September of public corruption in using the influence of the governor's office in exchange for between $165,000 and $177,000 in loans, vacations and luxury goods from Richmond ...
25, Jan 2015 - California prison guard sues, says he was harassed for being Muslim
By Dan Whitcomb LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A California prison guard who says he was relentlessly harassed and mocked by his co-workers because he is black and Muslim has sued the state of California and its corrections officials, an Islamic civil rights group said on Monday. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Sacramento last week, marks the latest blow to California's troubled ...
25, Jan 2015 - Judge denies union's attempt to block Bucksport mill sale
A federal judge has denied a labor union's attempt to block the sale of a shuttered Bucksport, Maine, paper mill to a Canadian scrap metal recycler. U.S. District Court Judge John Woodcock issued his decision ...
25, Jan 2015 - Ex-AGs, Utah Olympian don't have to testify at fraud trial, judge says
Ex-Utah Attorneys General Mark Shurtleff and John Swallow, Olympic gold medalist Ted Ligety and Davis County Attorney Troy Rawlings will not be required to testify in the current fraud trial against a failed Salt Lake businessman, a judge ruled.
25, Jan 2015 - Johnson & Johnson's $7.2 billion claim against Boston Scientific now with U.S. judge
NEW YORK (Reuters) - For more than eight years, Johnson & Johnson has pursued billions of dollars in damages against Boston Scientific Corp after the latter won a controversial – and ultimately ill-fated – bidding war for device maker Guidant.
25, Jan 2015 - Prosecutors: Man gets prison sentence for child porn charges
A central New Jersey man who used a home computer to distribute images and videos of child sexual abuse has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison.
25, Jan 2015 - Transgender inmate's suit puts light on prison health care
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Christa Allen wasn't your typical inmate. Back in 2002 - four years before she was sentenced to time in the Rockville Correctional Facility - Allen had undergone a male-to-female gender-reassignment surgery. Shortly after she entered Rockville, Allen explained her medical situation to prison officials ...
25, Jan 2015 - Prosecutors seek delay in Iowa film tax credits fraud case
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Prosecutors handling a new trial for a Nebraska filmmaker accused of fraud in a former Iowa film tax incentive program say the case should be delayed because two elderly witnesses have left the state for the winter. The Des Moines Register reports ( ...
25, Jan 2015 - Victor Rotolo Named to List of Top 10 New Jersey Criminal Defense Attorneys for 2015
The Rotolo Law Firm proudly announces that Victor Rotolo, the firm’s founder, recently was named to the Top 10 Criminal Defense Attorneys in New Jersey list by the National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys. (PRWeb January 20, 2015) Read the full story at
25, Jan 2015 - Veterans Corner: Doing hard time with honor
An estimated 700,000 veterans are behind bars in the United States, totaling 9 percent of the federal and state prison populations.
25, Jan 2015 - Kent Bush: Capital punishment raises questions
Asking the wrong questions always leads to the wrong answers. When considering the death penalty, the question may not be whether it is right or wrong, but is it worth the cost.
25, Jan 2015 - Hawaii concealed carry law could change
A court case in California could dramatically re-shape Hawaii's law on carrying concealed firearms. 
25, Jan 2015 - Martin Miller's retrial in murder case to stay in Douglas County, judge rules
The retrial of a Lawrence man convicted in 2005 of murdering his wife will take place in Douglas County after his lawyer asked for a change of venue, District Judge Paula Martin ruled last week.
25, Jan 2015 - Letters From Death Row: Jeffrey Wogenstahl, Ohio Inmate A269-357
From time to time we publish letters from death row inmates . Today, we bring you a letter from Jeffrey Wogenstahl, who is scheduled to be executed by the state of Ohio in January of 2016. Read more...
25, Jan 2015 - U.S. top court rules for Muslim inmate over prison beard ban
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An Arkansas policy prohibiting inmates from having beards violated the religious rights of a prisoner who had wanted to grow one in accordance with his Muslim beliefs, a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday. The justices, on a 9-0 vote in a closely watched case involving prisoner Gregory Holt, rejected the state's reasoning that the policy was ...
25, Jan 2015 - For gay prisoners nationwide, Madison effort provides a literary lifeline with free books
LGBT Books to Prisoners is the largest entity of its kind, mailing more than 7,000 books to inmates at 332 prisons in 45 states last year.
25, Jan 2015 - Judges rule school finance inadequate
A three-judge panel ruled Tuesday that Kansas public school funding is not adequate, in an opinion that faults the Legislature for linking funding to local sources.
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