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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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01, Aug 2014 - Mississippi mom swaps death row for jail cell to await trial
Byrom spent about 14 years on death row for husband's contract killing
01, Aug 2014 - Sanford Clinical Trial Looks for Genetic Targets in Cancer
Sanford Health is working to enroll approximately 50 adult patients whose cancer has progressed after the first line of treatment or who have rare cancers without standard treatment options in a clinical trial to look for genetic information that could help customize treatment options.
01, Aug 2014 - EBay faces class action suit over data breach
EBay faces a class action suit in a U.S. federal court over a security breach earlier this year.
01, Aug 2014 - Parks' prison release possible as early as today
Convicted felon Gregory K. Parks theoretically could be released from prison as early as today – 27 years earlier than sentenced. But finding definitive answers on his release status has proven difficult.
01, Aug 2014 - Hoping for progress, San Bernardino sets bankruptcy case deadlines
By Robin Respaut RIVERSIDE Calif. (Reuters) - The city of San Bernardino, California, set new deadlines in an effort to accomplish some measure of progress in a municipal bankruptcy case that has slowed to a crawl over the past two years. On Thursday, U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Meredith Jury agreed to a series of dates presented by San Bernardino that outlined a roadmap for the city to ...
01, Aug 2014 - Mayor, Mayor on the Wall
For several weeks this summer, people in the Midlands were captivated by the federal corruption trial of developer Jonathan Pinson and Upstate businessman Eric Robinson — not because of who those men were, but because of a third man whose name prosecutors brought up with unusual frequency: Mayor Steve Benjamin.
01, Aug 2014 - Dothan school resource officer gets prison for student sex conviction
A Dothan Police Department School Resource Officer who was convicted of having sex with a student was sentenced to 10 years in prison Monday.
01, Aug 2014 - Cedar Rapids man pleads guilty in heroin death
The U.S. Attorney's Office says a Cedar Rapids man has pleaded guilty to supplying heroin to someone who was found dead the next day.
01, Aug 2014 - Pennsylvania Military and Veterans Affairs Hall of Fame Welcomes Two New Inductees
HARRISBURG, Pa., July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs today inducted Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery and Pennsylvania Senator Lisa Baker into its Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to veterans, the military and the nation. McCaffery, of Philadelphia, has been instrumental in the creation of ...
01, Aug 2014 - Judge: Theft case 'a tragedy' for defendant's family
URBANA — An Urbana man who admitted he violated his probation for felony theft was resentenced Thursday to 34 months in prison. "This is a tragedy for his family," Champaign County Judge Tom Difanis said of Dylan Rodgers. Difanis lauded the 22-year-old man's parents "who have done everything they can to overcome" their son's mental health and substance abuse problems. read more
01, Aug 2014 - Police: Prostitute Killed Google Exec with Heroin
SANTA CRUZ, California – Authorities are probing whether an alleged prostitute charged with manslaughter in the death of a Google executive might also have been involved in the death of her boyfriend last year. Alix Catherine Tichelman, 26, appeared in court Wednesday in Santa Cruz, California, where she faces a series of charges in the death of Google executive Forrest Timothy Hayes, 51. The ...
01, Aug 2014 - Day 1 of testimony in Adams murder-for-hire trial
After hearing his cellmate talk constantly about killing an Adams County judge, Timothy Bryce said he grew nervous.
01, Aug 2014 - Law Offices of Alex R. Hernandez Jr. Adds South Side Corpus Christi Office
The growth of the Corpus Christi south side prompts Texas attorney to add south side office. (PRWeb July 18, 2014) Read the full story at
01, Aug 2014 - 19-year-old sentenced to 15 years for killing infant
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A 19-year-old upstate New York man who admitted responsibility for the death of a five-week-old baby has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. Albany District Attorney P. David Soares says Cavadeas Taylor of Kingston was sentenced Friday in state Supreme Court, where he had pleaded guilty in June to first-degree […]
01, Aug 2014 - Judge strikes down District of Columbia's ban on handguns outside home
WASHINGTON — A federal judge struck down the District of Columbia's ban on carrying guns outside of a person's home, concluding it violates Second Amendment rights.
01, Aug 2014 - Bismarck murder trial begins this week
BISMARCK, N.D - A 20-year-old man is on trial this week in Bismarck for the murder of a man who had recently moved to the area from South Dakota. Joshua Clark is facing a murder conspiracy charge in the May 2013 death of 18-year-old John Swain.
01, Aug 2014 - Officer's death renews calls for tougher gun crime penalties
The death of Indianapolis Metro Police Officer Perry Renn is leading many people to demand action. There's a new call for tougher sentences for those who use guns in violent crimes.
01, Aug 2014 - Plea entered Thursday in alleged organized crime case in county
A Paducah man became the third person Thursday to enter a guilty plea in an alleged ongoing organized crime case in Calloway County.
01, Aug 2014 - Texas ricin mailer sentenced to 18 years
A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced a former actress to 18 years in prison for mailing letters containing ricin to President Barack Obama, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and a Washington, D.C.-based gun-control advocate.
01, Aug 2014 - Community impact from sentencing reform in question
Sentencing reform aims to reduce Indiana’s prison population, but the law may have the opposite effect on county jails.The reforms passed this year mean to divert low-level offenders away from state prisons and into county jails or community-based pr
01, Aug 2014 - Son of former DC mayor Marion Barry jailed after latest arrest for driving on revoked license
Court documents show the only son of former District of Columbia mayor Marion Barry has been jailed after he was caught driving on a revoked license.
01, Aug 2014 - Death penalty sought for Lexington kidnapping and murder suspect
Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for a man accused in a kidnapping and murder.
01, Aug 2014 - Former North Chicago schools official sentenced for kickback scheme
A corrupt North Chicago school board member who took hundreds of thousands of dollars in kickbacks to steer school bus contacts to her cronies has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison.
01, Aug 2014 - As inmate died, lawyers debated if he was in pain
(AP Photo/Arizona Department of Corrections, File). FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Arizona Department of Corrections shows inmate Joseph Rudolph Wood.
01, Aug 2014 - Second Maryland man goes to court from 2013 robbery
CHAMBERSBURG >> Trevon D. Walker, 21, Lanerockville, Maryland, will face a preliminary hearing Tuesday for allegedly being one of three men involved in a robbery at Sunoco, 705 Buchanan Trail East, on April 13, 2013.
01, Aug 2014 - Kaufman Murder Suspect’s Request Denied
ROCKWALL ( CBSDFW.COM ) - Eric Williams returned to court on Thursday morning with a major request. He asked the judge to permit him to take a deposition of his co-defendant, his ex-wife, Kim Williams.
01, Aug 2014 - Religious leaders, immigration advocates voice concerns for migrant children in Fla.
Religious leaders and immigration advocates voiced their concerns at a morning news conference, for migrant children that will go before a judge in Miami. The fast-tracking of cases begins Friday, with three judges expected to hear 150 cases a day. The children are not entitled to a pro bono lawyer, and a primary concern is that fast-tracking violates their right to due process. Furthermore ...
01, Aug 2014 - Man shot by police Wednesday had robbed woman of iPad, according to affidavit
Court papers say suspect was found hiding under a swinging chair covered with a tap, armed with .45 caliber gun
01, Aug 2014 - NIH to launch early Ebola vaccine trial in September
epaselect epa04332725 A photograph made available 27 July 2014 shows Liberian health workers in protective gear on the way to bury a woman who died of the Ebola virus from the isolation unit in Foya, Lofa County, Liberia, 02 July 2014. Over 660 people have died of Ebola in West Africa in 2014 making it the world's deadliest outbreak to date.
01, Aug 2014 - Investigations Uncover $1.4 Million in Tax Fraud, Yield Multiple Arrests
BATON ROUGE - Press Release – Four separate investigations by the Louisiana Department of Revenue and the state Office of the Attorney General resulted in eight arrests in the month of July for felony tax fraud and uncovered more than $1.4 million in fraudulent refunds and improperly reduced tax liabilities.
01, Aug 2014 - Wrongly Arrested Pregnant Woman Spends Five Days In Prison, Endures Eight-MonthTrial Before Police
Pregnant Woman Arrested And Put Through Court Battle Before Police Finally Admitted It Was A Mistake Police Admit That They Arrested And Charged The Wrong Woman For Drug Trafficking Wrongly Arrested Pregnant Woman Spends Five Days In Prison, Endures Eight-MonthTrial Before Police Admit Their Mistake Pregnant Woman Arrested, Put Through Court Battle Before Cops Admit Error Headlines Legal ...
01, Aug 2014 - UPDATE: Lawyer disputes 2014 Caldwell Rodeo Queen arrest
The 2014 Queen of the Caldwell Night Rodeo is facing 14 years in prison if convicted of embezzling over $20,000 from her former employer.
01, Aug 2014 - Woman receives life for Northwest crime spree, including Eureka man's killing
PORTLAND, Ore. — A woman who took part in a Pacific Northwest killing rampage fueled by white supremacist beliefs apologized for her actions, but not her views.
01, Aug 2014 - Auto theft declining in Yakima County
Thu, 03 Jul 2014 22:16:35 GMT By Donald W. Meyers Yakima Heald-Republic For the first time in seven years, Yakima County is not in the nation’s Top 10 for vehicle theft. The National Insurance Crime Bureau’s annual “Hot Spots Report” on vehicle theft listed Yakima County as 19th in the nation for vehicle theft in 2013. The nu...
01, Aug 2014 - Abbott Stands By Transparency Record Some Say is Mixed
Ask Texas Attorney General and Republican gubernatorial hopeful Greg Abbott about his record on providing the public greater access to government records and he will tell you it is one worth bragging about.
01, Aug 2014 - Miami court rules in favor of gay marriage
The state's ban on gay marriage has been overturned — again.
01, Aug 2014 - Stuck in Prison, Nowhere to Go
Montpelier — There are 224 Vermont inmates sitting in prison who could be released if they had a place to live, according to data from the Department of Corrections.
01, Aug 2014 - High-end prostitute accused of murder on yacht at Santa Cruz harbor
SANTA CRUZ >> Police arrested a 26-year-old high-priced call girl from Georgia on Friday after she shot heroin into a Santa Cruz tech executive on his yacht and fled when he overdosed.
01, Aug 2014 - Miss. high court to look at Carothers case
The Mississippi Supreme Court has granted a prosecution motion to review an appeal in an assault case from Lafayette County. The state Court of Appeals last fall ordered a new trial for Anthony Carothers who was convicted in a 2011 assault of his half-sister and was sentenced serve 10 years in prison. The Appeals Court found the trial judge erred in allowing the state to treat Sheena Carothers ...
01, Aug 2014 - Grove City company charged with consumer law violations
The Ohio Attorney General's Office has filed a lawsuit against a Grove City business and its owner, charging consumer law violations.
01, Aug 2014 - College athletics holds its breath as it awaits ruling in O'Bannon trial
Determining the NCAA's control of the marketplace and players' piece of the pie
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