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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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18, Dec 2014 - Mom sent back to jail in US custody case
LANCASTER, New Hampshire (AP) " A woman accused of fleeing with her daughter to Central America in a custody dispute 10 years ago has been sent back to jail to await trial in the state of New Hampshire.Genevieve Kelley returned...
18, Dec 2014 - Defense lawyers march to protest criminal justice system's handling of police killings
Scores of defense attorneys in New York City and elsewhere are protesting the criminal justice system's handling of police killings of unarmed black men.
18, Dec 2014 - Prison Legal News prepares for trial over Florida ban
The publishers of a journal that reports on inmate rights is preparing for trial over Florida's ban on the publication in state prisons.
18, Dec 2014 - Attorney: Other women visited Google exec's yacht - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri Ne
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (AP) - An attorney for a Northern California prostitute charged with killing a Google executive with an overdose of heroin aboard his yacht says other women visited the man and may have consumed drugs with him before he died.
18, Dec 2014 - Glen Dale, WV Man Charged with Drug Trafficking
Authorities arrested a Glen Dale, West Virginia man on multiple counts of drug trafficking in the Northern Panhandle and Eastern Ohio. Jacob Kessler, 25, was arrested after a federal grand jury indicted him on nine counts of oxycodone trafficking, according to United States Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld.
18, Dec 2014 - No Jacksonville attorneys among 18 disciplined by Florida Supreme Court
The Florida Supreme Court disciplined 18 attorneys (none from Jacksonville), disbarring five, suspending 10 and publicly reprimanding three. Court orders are not final until time expires to file a rehearing motion and, if filed, determined.
18, Dec 2014 - Federal charges against 6 people in WVa chemical spill that left 300,000 without water
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Four former chemical company executives and two lower-level employees have been charged in a January spill that contaminated a river and left 300,000 residents around West Virginia's ...
18, Dec 2014 - Steven Powell ordered to serve more jail time for violating court order
A Washington judge has found that the father-in-law of missing Utah woman Susan Powell is in violation of a court order for...
18, Dec 2014 - U.S. and Cuba swap prisoners in major diplomatic deal
Washington (CNN) — U.S. contractor Alan Gross, held by the Cuban government since 2009, was freed Wednesday as part of a landmark deal with Cuba that paves the way for a major overhaul in U.S. policy toward the island, senior administration officials tell CNN. President Barack Obama is expected to announce Gross’ release at noon […]
18, Dec 2014 - Judge dismisses DC special education lawsuit
A judge has dismissed a long-running lawsuit that led to federal oversight of the District of Columbia's special education services.
18, Dec 2014 - Chicago couple found guilty in grant scam case with ties to Obama friend Whitaker
A federal jury Wednesday found a Chicago couple guilty on all counts in a state grant scam trial that featured testimony about power, money and sex and saw a high-profile ruling that one of President Barack Obama's golfing buddies was a hostile witness.
18, Dec 2014 - 4 former chemical company executives indicted on pollution charges in West Virginia spill
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Four former chemical company executives have been indicted on federal pollution charges over a January spill that triggered a ban on drinking water for days for 300,000 West Virginia residents. The indictment unsealed Wednesday charged ex-Freedom Industries presidents Gary ...
18, Dec 2014 - Blank Rome Welcomes New Partner and Of Counsel in Los Angeles
Blank Rome LLP is pleased to announce that Frank Kaplan, Partner, and Ken Meyers, Of Counsel, have joined the Firm in the Corporate Litigation group. Mr. Kaplan’s complex litigation experience spans class action, securities, insurance, unfair competition, partnership, and professional liability matters at both the trial and appellate levels.
18, Dec 2014 - Argument preview: Pregnancy and workplace equality
At 10 a.m. Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hold one hour of oral argument on the kind of protection against workplace discrimination that a 1978 federal law provides for women workers who become pregnant. Arguing for the woman involved in Young v. United Parcel Service, Inc., will be Samuel R. Bagenstos of Ann Arbor, Mich., a […]
18, Dec 2014 - South Carolina Must Allow Gay Marriage: Court
A federal court has rejected South Carolina’s bid to temporarily delay gay marriages there, a move that could allow gay couples to wed on Thursday.
18, Dec 2014 - Scandal-plagued former Washington mayor Marion Barry dies
By Bill Trott WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Marion Barry, the scandal-plagued former mayor of Washington, D.C., who was jailed for smoking crack cocaine before making a surprising return to office, died early on Sunday aged 78. Before his fall from grace, Barry had been one of the nation's most promising black politicians. Years later, many Washingtonians would consider him a scoundrel but he remained ...
18, Dec 2014 - Inmates Who Work State Prisons Could Get Out Early
The settlement was filed Friday in federal court, where judges would need to approve it before any changes take effect.
18, Dec 2014 - Business owner gets 10 years for trafficking marijuana
An owner of Time Warp businesses in the Midlands was convicted Friday to 10 years in prison for trafficking marijuana.
18, Dec 2014 - Kansas prisons grapple with 'dangerous' staffing shortages
Low wages and poor working conditions make it hard for the Kansas Department of Corrections to recruit and retain guards who watch over the state's most violent criminals. But one Republican leader says guards might have to trade retirement benefits for pay raises. By Peter Hancock
18, Dec 2014 - Still no decision in Honolulu gambling case
The city's crackdown on arcades have resulted in hundreds of machines being seized, nine people being arrested, and a 414-court indictment.  ...
18, Dec 2014 - Georgia-based company issues cheese recall
A Georgia-based company has issued a recall for cheese because it may have been contaminated by salmonella.
18, Dec 2014 - Justices refuse to block recount: Challenge criticizes plan to use same computer program from initi
PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to halt a recount in southern Arizona’s 2nd Congressional District race between Democratic incumbent Ron Barber and Republican challenger Martha McSally.
18, Dec 2014 - 5 Things to Know in Florida for Dec. 4
Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. SENTENCE DELAYED AGAIN IN FLORIDA TERROR CASE Sentencing has been delayed again for a man convicted in South Florida of supporting terrorism, a case in which an FBI employee posed online ...
18, Dec 2014 - Missouri Supreme Court won’t hear syllabi case
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) _ The Missouri Supreme Court will not hear a public records lawsuit filed by an education advocacy group that wanted access to professors’ copies of course outlines. The National Council on Teacher Quality sued in October 2012 to compel the release of University of Missouri course plans. A Boone County court ruled […]
18, Dec 2014 - U.S. Executions Reach a 20-Year Low
It has been a tortured year for capital punishment in the U.S., with multiple botched executions, last-minute stays, and exonerations raising questions about the nation's ability to constitutionally met out the punishment
18, Dec 2014 - Mississippi student wins suspension over rap song
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - A Mississippi high school student was exercising his right of free speech when he posted a rap song online that criticized two coaches he accused of misconduct toward female students, a federal appeals court ruled Friday. School officials in Itawamba County said Taylor Bell ...
18, Dec 2014 - Disney Re-Scales Pete's Dragon
UPDATE: David Lowery in talks to direct his script Update: The Wrap reports that Lowery is now in talks to direct . Clearly Disney's executives liked what they read... Another of Disney’s back-catalogue has now been targeted for an update by the Mouse House. This time, it’s Pete’s Dragon in the crosshairs , with writer/director David Lowery hired to co-write a new take on the cuddly, musical ...
18, Dec 2014 - Gay couple sue when Florida motor vehicle agency won't allow married name on driver's licen
ORLANDO, Fla. — A gay couple sued the state's motor vehicle agency for revoking drivers' licenses they said they received by showing their marriage license from New York, the latest challenge to Florida's ban on same-sex unions.
18, Dec 2014 - Australian Silk Road accused Peter Nash faces life in jail
Former Queensland prison employee Peter Nash is locked up in a New York jail accused of conspiring to sell large quantities of heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine through the black-market internet bazaar, Silk Road.
18, Dec 2014 - The Best of 2014: Series Of The Year, WBEZ's Podcast, 'Serial'
Did Adnan do it? When we look back on pop culture in 2014, that’s going to be the question that will resonate, even define the last part of the year for many of us. “Adnan” is Adnan Syed, an thirtysomething inmate in a Maryland Prison. “It” is the strangulation murder of Syed’s former girlfriend, Hae Min Lee, a senior at Woodlawn High School in Baltimore County, Maryland on or about January 13 ...
18, Dec 2014 - Fired Globe University dean's award upheld by Minnesota appeals court
A Minnesota Court of Appeals panel this week affirmed a jury's $395,000 award to a fired dean who blew the whistle on Globe University's deceptive marketing.
18, Dec 2014 - Man sentenced in Sherry Arnold murder case
SIDNEY - One of the two men responsible for the 2012 murder of Sidney school teacher Sherry Arnold was sentenced on Monday to 100 years in prison with 20 years suspended.
18, Dec 2014 - Wisconsin man pleads guilty to felony
PRINCETON — A Wisconsin man entered a plea of guilty in Bureau County Court to the Class 4 felony of unlawful possession of a controlled substance. Jon M. Legue, 43, of Racine, Wis., entered his plea of guilty Dec. 3 in front of Associate Circuit Judge Cornelius Hollerich.
18, Dec 2014 - 3rd man to be exonerated by judge in 1975 Cleveland slaying after witness recants testimony
The last of three men convicted and sentenced to death in the 1975 slaying of an Ohio businessman is scheduled to have his charges dismissed.
18, Dec 2014 - Obama grants first commutations under new clemency program
By Aruna Viswanatha WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Eight Americans serving time for drug offenses will be allowed to leave prison ahead of schedule next year, making them the first inmates to earn reduced sentences through a broad clemency program announced by the Obama administration earlier this year. President Barack Obama on Wednesday granted the commutations to men and women from Alabama, Virginia ...
18, Dec 2014 - Year after W.Va. chemical spill tainted drinking water for thousands, executives face charges
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — When state inspectors arrived at Freedom Industries asking about a licorice smell enveloping West Virginia's capital city, the point person at the tank farm, Dennis P. Farrell, told them he knew nothing about a chemical leak.
18, Dec 2014 - Jury ends day of deliberation without verdict in Kaarma trial
Four hours into deliberations, the eight women and four men charged with determining Markus Kaarma’s fate asked to review video evidence from the trial late Tuesday afternoon, ultimately endin…
18, Dec 2014 - Proponents of N.J. sports betting see promise in courts, Congress
With a federal judge once again blocking New Jersey’s latest bid to allow sports betting, state officials are focusing their efforts on an appeals court where they expect to have much better odds of prevailing.
18, Dec 2014 - Colorado gives $3 million in case of inmate who died as guards laughed
The Colorado Claims Board has approved a $3 million settlement to the family of a prisoner who died after guards at San Carlos Correctional Facility in Pueblo ignored his seizures.
18, Dec 2014 - Judge won't release former Gov. Siegelman on appeal bond
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.
18, Dec 2014 - Is Cuba prisoner swap an ice breaker?
Cuba's release Wednesday of U.S. government subcontractor Alan Gross after nearly five years' imprisonment virtually eliminates the last major impediment to better relations with Havana.
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