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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
Have you seen the stuff reported in the NY Post about Jody Kriss and this lawsuit? If not you should google it. You might also want to read jodykriss.com(...)
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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
I am the Great Uncle of Damian Banks. He was found with numorous broken ribs and beaten pretty bad. Did the beating come from another prisoner or a guard(...)
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Soldier gets 12 years in Christmas Day killing at Alaska base
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When we seperated, I was making $10,000 per month. The court granted $2750 monthly spousal support. I am now making less than $6000 per month with expens(...)
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I 'M REV WALKER,I WANT SAY THAT JUDGE AND LAWYER IN CASE OF WILLIAM FIELDS IN HOPKINSVILLES KENTUCKY,WAS GREAT UNJUST AND HARD,I DO NOT ACCEPT ANY BAD BEHA(...)
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23, Nov 2014 - Friendship 9 to return to court, 53 years later
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Nearly 54 years after they went to jail for sitting at a whites-only lunch counter in Rock Hill, the Friendship Nine are returning to court to get their records cleared. Children's author Kimberly Johnson of York, South Carolina, is proud she helped make that ...
23, Nov 2014 - Judge ordered candidate to withdraw from upcoming election
A state judge has ordered a 16th judicial candidate to withdraw from the upcoming November 4 election.
23, Nov 2014 - New Jersey jail guard charged with taking bribes
A corrections officer in northern New Jersey has been charged with accepting bribes in exchange for smuggling contraband.
23, Nov 2014 - Mulberry man sentenced in sexual assault case
VAN BUREN — A man from Northwest Arkansas has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for sexually assaulting a female relative.
23, Nov 2014 - Oklahoma Judge Lets Stand Law Limiting Drug-Induced Abortion
An Oklahoma state judge refused to block a law restricting drug-induced abortions in a third defeat in the past week for abortion-rights advocates.
23, Nov 2014 - Mayo: Tony Villegas trial delayed again in Rothstein lawyer murder case
Tony Villegas' long-delayed trial for the March 2008 murder of Scott Rothstein lawyer Melissa Lewis is off the rails again. Villegas, a former train conductor who has been held without bond for 6 1/2 years, has been deemed mentally unfit to stand trial.
23, Nov 2014 - Jury recommends death for man convicted of killing of Talladega Co. attorney
An east Alabama jury recommends death for one of six people charged in the murder-for-hire death of an attorney.
23, Nov 2014 - Michigan Couple Ready To Appeal To Supreme Court In Same-Sex Marriage Case
In an appeal filed Monday on behalf of Detroit-area nurses April DeBoer and Jayne Rowse, the justices are being asked to overturn a lower court ruling that upheld laws opposing same-sex marriage in Michigan, and three other states.
23, Nov 2014 - Lawyer floats new plan to remove barge from Chattanooga
A potential new plan has surfaced to rid a rundown barge from Chattanooga's downtown waterfront as attorneys try to engage a local scrap metal company.
23, Nov 2014 - Melvin ends appeal, apologizes but DA objects
PITTSBURGH – Former Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin dropped her appeal of her campaign corruption conviction and submitted drafts of apology letters she is ordered to send to other state judges and former staffers while serving her house arrest sentence.
23, Nov 2014 - Montana man among those sentenced in child pornography ring
MISSOULA - The Montana U.S. Attorney's Office has announced that 11 men have been sentenced for their role in an international child pornography network which was targeted by investigators and prosecutors participating in Operation Kingdom Conqueror.
23, Nov 2014 - South Dakota man pleads guilty in distracted driving crash that killed Minnesota woman
LUVERNE, Minn. — A former South Dakota National Guardsman has pleaded guilty in a distracted driving crash that killed a Minnesota cyclist. Twenty-five-year-old Christopher Weber of Brandon, South Dakota, entered the plea Monday in Rock County court to criminal vehicular homicide.
23, Nov 2014 - Tennessee court of appeals: Illegal aliens can file workers' comp claims
(11/18) The Tennessee Court of Appeals recently held that even though illegal aliens do not have the right to work, they do have the right to file workers' compensation retaliation claims. Because of the court's ruling, employers can't simply ask courts to dismiss such claims solely on the grounds that an employee is an illegal alien.
23, Nov 2014 - Ex-Charlotte mayor, a convicted felon, votes in violation of bond
Patrick Cannon, headed to prison on corruption charges, cast a ballot roughly two weeks after losing his right to vote
23, Nov 2014 - Snook going back to prison
COLDWATER — John Snook will be headed to back to prison, this time in Michigan. The 26-year old Angola, Indiana resident was sentenced by Branch County Circuit Judge Bill O’Grady to two to five years in prison after he pleaded guilty to fleeing police in Coldwater May 15.
23, Nov 2014 - Receiver is named for Saddle Brook hotel
A federal court in Chicago has named a receiver to take over control, and to liquidate, the assets of Florida businessman Nikesh Patel, including the yet-unopened Crowne Plaza hotel in Saddle Brook.
23, Nov 2014 - Sundays With Sam: Journey From the Other Side of the Valley to a Prison Cell
Kerrie Ramsey buttons up her son Sam's jacket one October morning while living at the Maple Leaf Camp Grounds in White River Junction, Vt. Unable to find affordable housing in the area and wanting to keep her sons in their current school system, Kerrie and her family resorted to living at the campground while trying to find housing.
23, Nov 2014 - Giles County man sentenced to one year for having two wives
CHRISTIANSBURG – A Giles County man accused of being married to two women at the same time in 2012 will serve one year in jail.
23, Nov 2014 - Pa. creates office to protect seniors; guardianships to receive more oversight
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania will create a state Office of Elder Justice to protect seniors from abuse and financial exploitation, primarily through proposed reforms to court-appointed guardiansh
23, Nov 2014 - Ice cream shop owner gets prison for abusing 2
A western Pennsylvania ice cream store owner has been sentenced to 20 to 40 years in prison for sexually abusing two young girls.
23, Nov 2014 - Grief, rage at 36-year sentence for ferry captain
Enraged parents wept and screamed as a judge sentenced a South Korean ferry captain to 36 years in prison Tuesday for negligence and abandoning passengers when his ship sank earlier this year, killing more than 300 people,...
23, Nov 2014 - Family Blows Out Birthday Candles for Daughter, Wishes to Cure Her Fatal Disease
Eliza and her family haven't left home in six months in the hopes of keeping Eliza virus-free for the day that she gets into a clinical trial to cure her rare and deadly disease: Sanfilippo syndrome.
23, Nov 2014 - 2 minor injuries when possible tornado hits Florida Panhandle prison
BLOUNTSTOWN, Fla. — An apparent tornado touched down early Monday at a state prison near Blountstown in Florida's Panhandle, slightly injuring two people and damaging a number of vehicles.
23, Nov 2014 - Grant to help veterans court expand services
A federal grant will help the Tennessee Veterans Treatment Court expand services over the next three years so that it can serve more people in Shelby, Montgomery and Davidson counties.
23, Nov 2014 - Murder charged dismissed due to missed deadline
ROSWELL, N.M. (AP) — A murder charge against a man in prison in Texas has been dropped because New Mexico authorities failed to extradite him in a timely manner. The defense motion said New Mexico officials failed in 2013 to act to put Figueroa on trial under a 180-day deadline set by a federal law on transfers of prisoners between states.
23, Nov 2014 - US Sentences 8 for 'Extraordinarily Cruel' Dog Fighting Ring
A U.S. federal court in Alabama has sentenced eight suspects for running what authorities call the second largest dog fighting ring in U.S. history. The defendants will spend from six months to eight years in prison. They also will be banned from owning dogs after they are freed, and could face large fines to help pay for caring for the rescued dogs. Prosecutors say the dogs suffered ...
23, Nov 2014 - Attorney Resigns In Shooting Case
White River Junction — The attorney representing a 34-year-old Springfield, Vt., man charged in connection with a 2008 shooting death in Windsor County withdrew from the case during a court hearing on Thursday.
23, Nov 2014 - Experts issue dozens of recommendations for Minn. sex offender program
A federal court appointed the experts to review Minnesota's commitment program for sex offenders as part of litigation alleging it's unconstitutional.
23, Nov 2014 - Man sentenced to 20 years for kidnapping White Oak girl
The man accused of kidnapping a 6-year-old girl from White Oak just hours before she was found wandering down a road in Miller County, Arkansas, has been sentenced in federal court.
23, Nov 2014 - Texas man gets 40 years for hurting infant son
WACO, Texas (AP) — A Central Texas man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison after his infant son suffered 17 broken bones while in his care. Juan Francisco Medina Ortiz of Hillsboro was convicted of felony injury to a child and two counts of felony aggravated assault.
23, Nov 2014 - Massachusetts braces for 2 death penalty trials
BOSTON — As Massachusetts braces for the upcoming death penalty trial of the suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing, the state's other death penalty defendant is also heading back to court: Gary Lee Sampson, a drifter from Abington who confessed to carjacking and killing two men in Massachusetts and a third in New Hampshire during a weeklong crime spree.
23, Nov 2014 - Woman gets five years for Yellowstone pot trafficking
JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) - A federal judge sentenced a West Virginia woman to five years in prison for trafficking nearly 300 pounds of marijuana in a recreational vehicle through Yellowstone National Park on the last of several trips she said she made between California and West Virginia.
23, Nov 2014 - Federal court releases potential evidence against Jonathan Youngbear
CEDAR RAPIDS | Federal court records recently filed include potential evidence prosecutors hope to use during Jonathan Youngbear's upcoming trial for first-degree murder.
23, Nov 2014 - Texas judge refuses to quash indictments against Perry
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23, Nov 2014 - Marydel Woman Pleads Guilty in Embezzlement Scheme
A Caroline County woman pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiring to commit wire fraud in connection with a scheme to steal over $1.2 million from a consulting company, according to the U.S. Attorney's office.
23, Nov 2014 - Man gets 40 years prison in grandmother's death
MOUNT VERNON, Ill. (AP) — A southern Illinois has been sentenced to 40 years in prison after admitting his role in the beating and stabbing death of his 84-year-old adoptive grandmother.
23, Nov 2014 - Harris County DA Anderson elected after Ogg concedes
Kim Ogg, the Democratic candidate for Harris County district attorney, has conceded to the incumbent, Devon Anderson.
23, Nov 2014 - Lucas County sheriff's deputy charged with assault
A sheriff's deputy has been charged with assault and other crimes after authorities say he grabbed and choked an inmate before a court appearance.
23, Nov 2014 - Cedar Rapids man’s trial in HIV related case rescheduled
CEDAR RAPIDS — A trial has been reset to December for a Cedar Rapids man accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy in 2011. A judge ordered a delayed in proceedings last month to allow attorneys for Eddie Jones, 37, to file an interlocutory appeal, asking the Iowa Supreme Court to overturn 6th Judicial District Judge Mary Chicchelly’s ruling. Chicchelly allowed a prosecutor to amend the ...
23, Nov 2014 - Judge mulls whether to enter Georgia voter registration dispute
ATLANTA (AP) -- A Georgia state judge is weighing whether it's appropriate for him to intervene in a dispute over more than 50,000 voter registration records in one of the nation's most politically contested states.
23, Nov 2014 - Appeals court ruling puts Iberia judge candidate back on ballot
Iberia Parish judge candidate Carolyn Deal will be on the ballot tomorrow after an appeals court halted a lower court's decision ordering her to withdraw from the election. The ruling made late Friday by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals does not mean Deal is eligible to run, but that she will be allowed to stay on the ballot until a trial is held on her qualifications. Last week, a district ...
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