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21, Apr 2014 - Man Convicted in 1974 Shooting Death Paroled By State Board After 39 Years
DES MOINES, Iowa — After nearly 40 years in prison for a 1974 shooting outside a Waterloo pool hall, Rasberry Williams is a free man.
21, Apr 2014 - Judge extends temporary restraining order on Alabama abortion law
A federal judge has extended a temporary restraining order against an Alabama abortion law, saying the court needed more time to consider how to move forward in a lawsuit brought against it.
21, Apr 2014 - Man arrested in Bismarck gets life in kidnapping
BISMARCK, N.D. — A man who was arrested in Bismarck in possession of a kidnapped Idaho woman’s car has been sentenced to up to life in prison in Idaho.
21, Apr 2014 - NYC cabbie accused of sneaking past bridge toll 3,000 times
A New York City cab driver is facing criminal charges after prosecutors say he snuck past toll booths on the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge more than 3,000 times. The Queens District Attorney’s office alleges Rodolfo Sanchez tailgated other, paying drivers as they entered the bridge so he could pass the toll plaza before the gates dropped. According to  WCBS , Sanchez snuck onto the bridge from August ...
21, Apr 2014 - Christian Legal Group Appeals Ruling Barring NYC Churches from Meeting in Public Schools
NEW YORK – A nationally-recognized Christian legal organization has filed an appeal of a ruling that barred churches in New York City from meeting in public schools on Sundays. As previously reported, the case of Bronx Household of Faith v. Board of Education of the City of New York has been circling through the court system for […]
21, Apr 2014 - Travel Channel shoots 'Mysteries at the Museum' segment at Museum of Colorado Prisons
A sickly child, he was not expected to live to see the age of 18. But he beat the odds. When his mother died in 1911, he became homeless so he decided to ask a former acquaintance, Philip Peters, who lived at 3335 W. Moncrieff Place in Denver, to help him.
21, Apr 2014 - Analysis: Mo. business tax break has wide reach
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Legislation awaiting a likely veto by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon would create a new tax break for the owners of local diners and downtown antique stores. Accountants and doctors could benefit, too. And farmers and car dealers and architects. So could lawyers and ...
21, Apr 2014 - Lawyers ask high court to stop Texas execution
HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court is considering whether claims of mental impairment should keep a convicted killer from execution Wednesday evening for the slayings of three members of a Corpus Christi family.
21, Apr 2014 - Pilcher retrial staying in Ottumwa
OTTUMWA — Robert Pilcher’s retrial will take place in Wapello County. Pilcher is accused of the 1974 murder of Mary Jayne Jones. His first trial, held in March, ended in a hung jury. Prosecutors had asked the judge to move the trial; the defense resi
21, Apr 2014 - Indiana prisons to no longer accept D-felons
Beginning July 1, 2014, the Indiana Department of Corrections will no longer accept certain offenders convicted of D-felonies.
21, Apr 2014 - McCandless mom, accused of drowning son, on suicide watch
A McCandless boy hovered close to death as his mother appeared in court on Thursday, charged with trying to drown him and killing his brother. ...
21, Apr 2014 - Roswell Park Gets Green Light for Phase II Clinical Trial Using Interstitial Photodynamic Therapy t
A new phase II clinical trial will see Roswell Park investigators assessing the effectiveness of a unique and highly precise method of delivering interstitial photodynamic therapy (I-PDT) to recurrent head and neck tumors. (PRWeb April 01, 2014) Read the full story at
21, Apr 2014 - New Athens bank robber sentenced to 52 months in prison
NEW ATHENS, IL (KTVI) – A St. Louis man will spend 52 months in federal prison for robbing the US...
21, Apr 2014 - Lawyers: New Brooklyn DA moving too slowly on wrongful convictions
Frances Burns NEW YORK, April 9 (UPI) -- Advocates say new district attorney in Brooklyn is moving too slowly on cases like Jonathan Fleming, wrongly imprisoned for 24 years.
21, Apr 2014 - NRA continues quest to expand gun rights
NRA continues quest to expand gun rights Organization backs gun owners in court. Associated Press California Apr 6, 2014 The San Diego County sheriff denied Edward Peruta a permit to carry a concealed weapon. Christopher Haga's gun collection was seized, and he was charged with crimes after he was mistakenly linked to a theft of assault weapons from a Fresno-area military base. The National ...
21, Apr 2014 - Alleged Hillary Clinton shoe thrower detained - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Spor
PHOENIX (AP) - A federal judge in Phoenix has ordered a woman accused of throwing a shoe at Hillary Rodham Clinton to remain in federal custody until she can appear in court in Las Vegas.
21, Apr 2014 - $600K bond ordered for woman arrested in double-fatal Sawgrass wrong-way crash
By Ariel Barkhurst, Sun Sentinel Update: During a first-appearance court hearing Tuesday afternoon, the woman accused in the wrong-way, DUI-related death of two women was ordered held on a total bond of $600,000. "The court is concerned that she knew she shouldn't be driving," said Broward Judge John "Jay" Hurley after noting that court documents alleged that Kayla Mendoza was driving without a ...
21, Apr 2014 - GOP challenger to Corbett can be on ballot
HARRISBURG -- A judge has rejected an effort, backed by the state Republican Party, to remove a GOP challenger to Gov. Tom Corbett from the primary ballot.
21, Apr 2014 - Reform on sex offenders stalls in Minnesota Legislature
Judge has ordered state program overhauled, but doing so means huge political risks for legislators.
21, Apr 2014 - Attention Imperva, Inc. Investors: Imperva Misled Investors According to a Recently Filed Class Act
SAN DIEGO and REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Shareholder rights law firm Robbins Arroyo LLP announces that an investor of Imperva, Inc. (IMPV) has filed a federal securities fraud class action complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.  The complaint alleges that the company and certain of its officers and directors violated the ...
21, Apr 2014 - Former Central Point officer charged with computer crime
The former Central Point police lieutenant who founded and headed the Southern Oregon High-Tech Crimes Task Force faces official misconduct and computer-crime charges alleging he knowingly altered or damaged a police computer or software in 2012.
21, Apr 2014 - High court to hear dispute about TV over Internet - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
WASHINGTON (AP) - Thirty years after failing to convince the Supreme Court of the threat posed by home video recordings, big media companies are back and now trying to rein in another technological innovation they say threatens their financial well-being.
21, Apr 2014 - Rupp hoping voters return him to the bench -- Gazette.Net
This story was corrected on April 4, 2014. An explanation follows the story. On Tuesdays, Montgomery County Circuit Court Judge Nelson W. Rupp Jr. takes off his “judge face,” steps out of the courtroom and enters the classroom to teach third-year law school students how to be trial lawyers.
21, Apr 2014 - Court tosses coach conviction
DES MOINES — The Iowa Supreme Court has reversed the conviction of a Davis County coach who had sex with a 16-year-old student and ordered the charges dismissed. Patrick Ryan Nicoletto was an assistant coach for the Davis County girls’ basketball tea
21, Apr 2014 - Chase leads to jail
MILTON — Charges were pending Sunday against a man allegedly tied to a rash of recent burglaries in Milton borough who ran from Milton Police on Saturday.  
21, Apr 2014 - Wake Forest man rescued in Atlanta; abduction related to daughter's work as prosecutor, investi
WAKE FOREST, N.C. - Two years ago, Assistant Wake County District Attorney Colleen Janssen watched as Kelvin Melton, a habitual offender in a case she prosecuted, was convicted and led… Click to Continue »
21, Apr 2014 - 2 arrested, 1 wanted in cocaine bust
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine was in Dayton Monday morning with results of a recent drug investigation that led to the seizure of a large cocaine and hundreds of thousands of dollars.
21, Apr 2014 - 'A gift from heaven': NC pays millions to help crime victims
When Dick Adams' son was murdered two days before Christmas 1982, the emotional burden was accompanied by a financial one - the unanticipated funeral expenses for a 21-year-old. In the nearly 32 years since his son's murder, Adams has worked to help other crime victims and their families get millions of dollars from the state to help with funeral expenses, medical bills, lost wages and counseling.
21, Apr 2014 - Summit aims at keeping youth out of prison
The prison cycle is a major concern, so US Marshals and several statewide officials discussed potential solutions to relieving our criminal justice system.
21, Apr 2014 - Massachusetts judge blasts AIG in $7M decision
WOBURN, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts judge has ordered AIG Inc. to pay at least $7 million to a Wellesley man injured after he was struck by a bus in a scathing decision that accuses the insurer of hiding evidence and manipulating witnesses.
21, Apr 2014 - Eavesdropping law overturned
Break out the smart phones: citizens and professionals now have the right to take audio recordings of public occurrences — including fans yelling at sports events, debates in a park and loud conversations on the street — after a strict Illinois law was declared unconstitutional. The Illinois Supreme Court decided in March to overturn the 1961 eavesdropping law, which required [...]
21, Apr 2014 - Vidalia onion rule: Ga. judge won't stop new regulation
Vidalia onion rule: A Georgia judge Tuesday refused to intervene in a legal battle between a prominent Vidalia onion farmer and the state's agriculture commissioner over a new regulation aimed at keeping unripe onions from reaching store shelves.
21, Apr 2014 - The labour dispute between 2,300 registered nurses and Capital Health is directly affecting many No
VANCOUVER — An accused Macau triad boss will not get a judicial review of his immigration case, after a Federal Court judge found there is ample evidence of his ties to criminal activity. Lai Tong Sang was ordered deported by the Immigration and...
21, Apr 2014 - Ohio inmate set to be executed using untried lethal injection method
In the wake of an apparently botched execution that left a condemned man in agony, Ohio is set to try a new, untested lethal injection procedure Ed Pilkington
21, Apr 2014 - Defense awaiting autopsy results in toddler shooting case
MICHIGAN CITY — Zachariah L. Grisham, who killed 3-year-old Lance Wilson while playing a shooting game in September, appeared for a status hearing requested by Judge Kathleen Lang in La Porte County Superior Court No. 1 on Thursday.
21, Apr 2014 - Lawyer Bruce Poston facing pills charges in alleged tryst
A Knoxville defense attorney whose courtroom victories earned him the nickname "Cut 'Em Loose, Bruce" was arrested Tuesday on charges he supplied prescription painkillers to a paramour.
21, Apr 2014 - Cellceutix Reports 20 Percent Enrollment Completed in Phase 2b Trial of Brilacidin as Short-Course
Cellceutix Corporation , a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company developing innovative therapies in oncology, dermatology, and antibiotic applications, is pleased to provide shareholders an update on ...
21, Apr 2014 - Points Instead Of Tickets Issued On Rock Island Arsenal
Instead of tickets, the Rock Island Arsenal will begin issuing points for driving infractions on Arsenal Island. Officials say they enforce rules under Illinois law, but cases on the military installation
21, Apr 2014 - Candidates face questions from County’s Young Republicans
Montgomery County Young Republicans spent more than an hour at the Alan B. Sadler Commissioners Court Building Thursday night questioning the four candidates each wanting to take over the District 4 S
21, Apr 2014 - Appeals Court Overturns Conviction of AT&T Hacker ‘Weev’
Andrew "Weev" Auernheimer, a hacker sentenced to three and a half years in prison for obtaining the personal data of more than 100,000 iPad owners from AT&T’s unsecured website is about to go free, after a ruling today that prosecutors were wrong to charge him in a state where none of his alleged crimes occurred.
21, Apr 2014 - Mediation in Rhode Island pension lawsuits fails
Talks to salvage a proposed settlement designed to end the legal fight over Rhode Island's 2011 landmark pension overhaul have failed and the original court challenge is moving ahead, both sides of the ...
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