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30, Mar 2015 - Utah sues water utility serving polygamous towns on Arizona border
By Peg McEntee SALT LAKE CITY (Reuters) - Utah's attorney general has filed a lawsuit against a water utility that serves two polygamous church-run towns on the Utah-Arizona border, arguing it has not paid a Utah state trust that owns most of the land in the towns. Attorney General Sean Reyes' office is asking a court to dissolve Twin City Water Works Inc, which supplies Hildale, Utah, and ...
30, Mar 2015 - State to close North Charleston prison in move to save money, boost security
A North Charleston prison facility that had paired inmates with jobs in the community for four decades and provided crews to clean litter from Lowcountry roadsides will shut down April 1 in what state officials said Tuesday was a plan to save money and boost safety elsewhere.
30, Mar 2015 - Victim's girlfriend, police officers testify on first day of RI murder trial
Alyson Schippers didn’t think it was unusual when her boyfriend, Derek Jackson, talked to Aaron Henderson about buying a gun on Dec. 17, 2013.
30, Mar 2015 - Exclusive: Biogen shortens name, expands ambitions in Alzheimer's, ALS
By Bill Berkrot NEW YORK (Reuters) - Biogen Idec Inc has seen its market value quadruple in three years to more than $100 billion on the back of its successful multiple sclerosis drugs. Now it has new ambitions in its sights. The Massachusetts-based company, which made headlines last week when it announced better-than-expected clinical trial results for its experimental Alzheimer's drug ...
30, Mar 2015 - New York men held in IS terror probe plead not guilty
Three New York residents accused of offering support to Islamic State jihadists fighting in Syria and Iraq pleaded not guilty to terrorism charges on Friday during a court appearance following their arrest last month. Uzbekistan nationals Abdurasul Hasanovich Juraboev, 24 and Abror Habibov, 30, together with Kazakhstan citizen Akhror Saidakhmetov, 19, are charged with offering support to a ...
30, Mar 2015 - Local man facing weapons charges after prison stint
Jerome Lee Jackson, 44, will face a class C felony charge of unlawful possession of a firearm and a class D felony of unlawful use of a weapon for an August 2013 incident.
30, Mar 2015 - Death penalty dilemma in U.S. leads Utah to allow firing squads
Utah became the only jurisdiction in the United States to allow firing squads to carry out death sentences on Monday. The governor signed a bill that makes the method a backup option when lethal injection drugs aren't available.Thirty-two states authorize capital punishment, but it is becoming increasingly difficult to carry out because of a shortage of the drugs used in lethal injections, the ...
30, Mar 2015 - Boston Marathon bombing trial begins: Tsarnaev lawyer admits his guilt
Defense attorney Judy Clarke tells the jury they will show how Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's older brother Tamerlan influenced him to participate in the deadly 2013 attack.
30, Mar 2015 - East Texas man sentenced on federal drug charges
A Flint man has been sentenced to federal prison for his involvement in a drug conspiracy.
30, Mar 2015 - Trial of man charged in slaying of Cross Lanes teen moved to April
Staff reports The trial of an Ohio man charged in the slaying of a Cross Lanes teenager has been moved back to April. Ernest Roach, 46, of Racine, is charged with murder in Meigs County, Ohio, in the death of Erica Brown. His trial, which had been set to begin Monday was moved until April 20 at the request of his attorney, court records show. This is the third time the trial has been pushed back ...
30, Mar 2015 - Four Men Arrested for Stealing Cattle Make First Court Appearances
The four men arrested in connection with a cattle heist March 2 all made their first appearances in court March 4.Dylan Thomas Thompson, 20, Jackson, is charged with theft conspiracy, which carries a penalty of a maximum of five years in prison and/or a $10,000 fine; burglary, third degree, conspiracy, which carries a maximum penalty of 2.5 years in prison and/or a $5,000 fine; and theft, which ...
30, Mar 2015 - GM CEO Barra to be deposed in lawsuit over ignition switches
General Motors CEO Mary Barra will be deposed this fall by lawyers suing GM over its defective ignition switches.
30, Mar 2015 - Lawyer: 2 Nevada inmates were handcuffed when guard shot them
A Nevada prison inmate was handcuffed when was shot and killed by a guard last November, according to a lawyer who said Wednesday that her client was ...
30, Mar 2015 - Murder Trial Judge Believes 'Jinx' Recording Will Be Admitted
The Texas judge who presided over Robert Durst's 2003 trial believes the alleged confession Durst gives in an audio recording on the HBO will hold up in court.
30, Mar 2015 - State justices pause hearing on LR district
The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday stopped in midstream a Pulaski County Circuit Court hearing in a lawsuit to reverse the state Board of Education's Jan. 28 takeover of the Little Rock School District and dismissal of its elected School Board.
30, Mar 2015 - Bluefield man is found guilty in death of 8-week-old son
MERCER COUNTY (WVVA) The murder trial against a Bluefield man accused of killing his eight-week-old son has ended with a verdict in Mercer County. Cassidy Byrd, 24...
30, Mar 2015 - Georgia woman’s execution back on; will be first female executed in state in 70 years
ATLANTA — Kelly Renee Gissendaner’s supporters want last week’s postponement of her execution made permanent. It doesn’t seem likely, given the rulings by the highest state and federal courts and Georgia’s State Board of Pardons and Paroles, but that hasn’t stopped her family and friends from pleading with the state to stop the execution. A […]
30, Mar 2015 - Dayton reactivates traffic ticket cameras after judge’s ruling
Dayton plans to keep using traffic cameras after Toledo judge's ruling.
30, Mar 2015 - Yakima man convicted of dealing meth
Robert Shawn Pettie, age 38, of Yakima was convicted and sentenced to 16 years in prison for distribution of methamphetamine.
30, Mar 2015 - Tallmadge man convicted of killing woman, son gets life in prison
AKRON, Ohio- The man convicted of killing his girlfriend and their 5-year-old son received a life sentence on Wednesday. Daniel Tighe was found guilty on several charges, including aggravated murder, in the deaths of Wendy and Peyton Ralston. Summit County Common Pleas Judge Lynne Callahan imposed the jury’s recommendation of life in prison without the […]
30, Mar 2015 - Florida Supreme Court orders new sentences in juvenile cases; one near P.C.
TALLAHASSEE (AP) — The Florida Supreme Court is ordering new sentencing hearings for four people who were convicted of felonies they committed as juveniles, including two murders.
30, Mar 2015 - UN torture investigator refused access to US prisons
US accused of stalling request to visit prisons where 80,000 people are in solitary confinement
30, Mar 2015 - Six Coats Rose Attorneys Named to 2015 Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars List
HOUSTON, March 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Coats Rose Law Firm is pleased to announce six attorneys have been selected to the 2015 Texas Super Rising Stars list. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of the ...
30, Mar 2015 - N. Iowa into the round of 32 with 71-54 win over Wyoming
When Ben Jacobson arrived at breakfast Friday morning, the first thing he heard was laughter coming from his Northern Iowa players. The Panthers were loose and comfortable three hours before taking the court, and just as calm later when Wyoming was trying to complete a huge comeback. Northern Iowa had no interest in being the latest No. 5 seed to be upset by a 12th seed. Paul Jesperson led five ...
30, Mar 2015 - As Alabama’s same-sex couples say, ‘I do,’ some judges say, ‘I don’t’
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — The first day of same-sex marriage turned out to be a mixed bag for Alabama. While many couples converged on courthouses in population centers like Montgomery, Birmingham and Huntsville to exchange vows, other would-be newlyweds — the majority of them in rural counties — were turned away. “It was so joyous to […]
30, Mar 2015 - Isis Pharmaceuticals (ISIS) Stock Falls Today After Antisense Drug Trial Data
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of Isis Pharmaceuticals  fell 5.74% to $69.37 in afternoon trading Monday despite the company's announcement of positive Phase 1 trial data for its antisense drug ANGPTL3. Healthy volunteers treated with ANGPTL3 achieved dose-dependent, statistically significant reductions in angiopoietin-like 3 (ANGPTL3) of up to 93% with a mean reduction of up to 84% from ...
30, Mar 2015 - Man charged in Phoenix-area shootings appears before judge
An ex-convict accused of killing one person and wounding five others in a series of shootings in a Phoenix suburb has a history of substance abuse and criminal convictions dating back more than 20 years.
30, Mar 2015 - U.S. appeals court puts Nebraska same-sex marriages on hold
(Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court on Thursday put on hold a federal judge's ruling that would have allowed same-sex couples in Nebraska to marry starting on Monday. The order came hours after the U.S. Supreme Court said it would hear oral arguments on April 28 on the question of whether states have the right to ban gay marriage, as Nebraska does by a state constitutional amendment. U.S. District ...
30, Mar 2015 - Lawyer and activist Bryan Stevenson calls for markers to be erected at lynching sites
Equal Justice Initiative founder speaks Thursday in Baltimore Equal Justice Initiative founder speaks Thursday in Baltimore
30, Mar 2015 - Vermont state trooper investigated for drunken driving
Vermont State Police have launched an internal investigation into a possible DUI by state Trooper, Eric Rademacher. Rademacher is based out of the Rutland barracks. Vermont Assistant Attorney General John Treadwell says no arrest or criminal charges have been made against Rademacher. His office is not releasing any details on what exactly led up to the drunken driving investigation. Vermont ...
30, Mar 2015 - Pay raises for politicians: Two justices complain they need even more
The independent citizens commission that sets pay for politicians under Amendment 94 held its final public hearing on its plans this morning and drew scant response — with a notable exception of Supreme Court Justices Karen Baker and Jo Hart, who asked for even more money than the commission already plans to give them. The Supreme Court justices, who already make $149,589, would get boosted 11 ...
30, Mar 2015 - Kansas could put teachers in prison for assigning books prosecutors don’t like
State Senate passes measure allowing prosecution of teachers who distribute "harmful" literature
30, Mar 2015 - Set of remains in Selenski yard still a mystery
As Hugo Selenski’s second double-murder trial comes to a close, prosecutors will be left to deal with one more skeleton in his closet. Or, more precisely, in his backyard.
30, Mar 2015 - Help for long-term addiction treatment
A Toledo man recovering from a 20-year battle with drug addiction said a pilot program that focuses on putting addicts in long-term treatment instead of jail has finally given him hope he can stay clean.
30, Mar 2015 - Ex-con admits robbing same shoe store 15 years later
An ex-con admitted he returned to the scene of the crime that put him away for 15 years and robbed the same New Jersey shoe store and same clerk. The man had completed a 15-year prison term for robbing the Stride Rite store in Tomes River when he returned the day after his release and committed the same crime in March 2014.
30, Mar 2015 - Ohio man cleared of murder after 39 years in jail to get $1 million payment
(Reuters) - An Ohio man freed last year after spending 39 years in jail for a murder he did not commit will receive more than $1 million from the state for his wrongful imprisonment, court records show. An Ohio Court of Claims judge on Thursday ordered that just over $1 million be paid to Ricky Jackson, the longest-held U.S. prisoner to be cleared of a crime. "Wow, I didn't know that," Jackson ...
30, Mar 2015 - Judge’s Quest To Find A ‘Fair And Impartial’ Tsarnaev Jury In Boston Finally Comes To A Close
For Judge O'Toole, seating the Tsarnaev jury will be an achievement, 18 "fair and impartial" jurors he was determined to find and who proved far more elusive than he first supposed.
30, Mar 2015 - Casey Frederiksen convicted of 2005 murder, sexual abuse
WEBSTER CITY — A Hamilton County jury took a little more than five hours to reach a verdict in the first degree murder and first degree sexual abuse trial of Casey Frederiksen. That verdict...
30, Mar 2015 - Judge says Alabama to halt executions until U.S. high court drug ruling: newspaper
(Reuters) - An order issued by a federal judge in Alabama said the state has agreed to halt scheduled executions until the U.S. Supreme Court rules on a case challenging another state's lethal injection protocol, the Birmingham News reported on Thursday. The Supreme Court agreed earlier this year to review the controversial method of execution used in Oklahoma, after three death row inmates ...
30, Mar 2015 - Man pleads guilty to involuntary manslaughter in stepson’s drowning
A Newton man serving prison time in the North Carolina Department of Adult Corrections for robbery with a dangerous weapon in Burke County pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in connection with the drowning death of his stepson during Catawba County Superior Court.  The 26-year-old Dustin Wayne Sanders was sentenced to serve 19 to 32 months concurrently with a sentence of four to six ...
30, Mar 2015 - U.S. government: End to hold on immigration action
HOUSTON (AP) — The U.S. government on Thursday asked an appeals court to lift a temporary hold on President Barack Obama's executive action to shield millions of immigrants from deportation, arguing it can't wait for the judge who blocked the action to make a ruling on a similar request.
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