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06, Mar 2015 - UPDATE 2-NASCAR suspends driver Kurt Busch after domestic violence ruling
Feb 20 (Reuters) - NASCAR suspended driver Kurt Busch indefinitely on Friday following a Delaware court ruling that found the 2004 Sprint Cup champion had likely physically abused his ex-girlfriend.
06, Mar 2015 - Lewis Roca Rothgerber Welcomes Phillip F. Shinn to the Firm’s Intellectual Property Practice
Shinn has extensive trial and arbitration experience in both domestic and international disputes. He has represented and advised clients involved in commercial, insurance, product liability, construction, employment, intellectual property and white collar criminal defense matters. (PRWeb February 25, 2015) Read the full story at
06, Mar 2015 - 2Morrow recruiting for second clinical trial of smoking cessation app program with employers
2Morrow is embarking on a second study for a smoking cessation smartphone app it created with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center. It follows a clinical trial last year that showed...
06, Mar 2015 - What's the definition of a hate crime?
The FBI is investigating whether the fatal shootings of three Muslim students in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, were hate crimes. What is the definition of one and how do you prove it?
06, Mar 2015 - '3-N-G' gang case illustrates how Louisiana struggles to pay for criminal defense
Attorneys for a group of accused "3-N-G" street gang members who are charged in a sprawling racketeering indictment want an Orleans Parish judge to compel the state to provide money for their client's defense. Otherwise, they say, the judge should...
06, Mar 2015 - Los Angeles wins round in court fight over Ontario International Airport
Ontario suffered a legal setback Thursday in its fight to wrest control of Inland Southern California’s major commercial airport from Los Angeles. Riverside Superior Court Judge Gloria Connor Trask rejected the Inland city’s bid to nullify...
06, Mar 2015 - Alabama officials defy U.S. ruling on gay marriage
© AP Photo/Hal Yeager Amanda Keller holds a flag as she joins other gay marriage supporters on Monday in Linn Park, at the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Ala. Alabama began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples Monday after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to stop the marriages from beginning in the conservative southern state.
06, Mar 2015 - Lackawanna County Commissioners seek dismissal of lawsuit
Lackawanna County majority Commissioners Corey O’Brien and Jim Wansacz are asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the county’s former director of public works, who claims he was fired so the commissioners could give his job to a political supporter.
06, Mar 2015 - US attorney: No more corruption charges in Wayne County case
Federal authorities say no new charges will be brought following a longtime investigation of corruption in Wayne County government.
06, Mar 2015 - Chelan burglar sent for in-prison rehab
Feb. 14, 2015, 1:09 p.m. WENATCHEE — A Wenatchee man admitted Wednesday to burglarizing a Chelan restaurant and was sentenced to a prison term that will include treatment for his drug addiction.
06, Mar 2015 - Maryland government worker fired for smart-alecky Facebook post about being 'groped' by gua
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — A Maryland state employee's smart-alecky comment on Facebook about being "groped" by prison guards has gotten him fired.
06, Mar 2015 - Wal-Mart driver appeals in his bid to delay Tracy Morgan's lawsuit over deadly highway crash
A Wal-Mart driver involved in a highway crash that killed a comic and severely injured actor-comedian Tracy Morgan has asked a judge to reconsider her decision not to delay Morgan's lawsuit against the company. Truck driver Kevin Roper isn't a defendant in Morgan's lawsuit against Bentonville, Arkansas-based Wal-Mart Stores Inc., but he wants to intervene to delay it from moving forward until ...
06, Mar 2015 - New York Lawyer Edgar N. Romano Comments on Report Revealing Devastating Impact of ‘Reform’ on
The New York City workers’ compensation attorney at Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, L.L.P., says the system is tilted in favor of businesses and insurance companies, which is why injured workers should seek legal advice. (PRWeb March 06, 2015) Read the full story at
06, Mar 2015 - Traffic division cases
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06, Mar 2015 - Aaron Hernandez Finds Support on the Fringes of Social Media
When opening statements in the murder trial of Aaron Hernandez began on January 29, we took a journey to Fall River in search of supporters of the fallen Patriots star.
06, Mar 2015 - Three from Conyers and Covington face federal charges of drug trafficking and money laundering
Two people from Conyers and a Newton County man have been indicted, along with more than 30 other people, in the U.S. District Court in Macon in connection with drug trafficking and money laundering offenses.
06, Mar 2015 - Felon gets 6 years for possessing firearm
A previously convicted felon was sentenced on Friday to six years and three months in prison for illegally possessing a firearm, the U.S. District Court of the Western District of Arkansas announced.
06, Mar 2015 - Former tribal college president acquitted in kickbacks trial
A jury has acquitted the former president of Stone Child College on the Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation and her husband of taking kickbacks from a construction company.
06, Mar 2015 - 1 month prison, house arrest in smuggling of Dodgers' Puig
A South Florida businessman has been sentenced to a month in prison plus 5 months' house arrest for his role in the smuggling of Los Angeles Dodgers star Yasiel Puig out of Cuba.
06, Mar 2015 - Judge overturns firing of prison nurse in inmate dehydration case
A prison nursing supervisor fired after a mentally ill inmate died of dehydration last year will get her job back, a North Carolina judge ruled this week.
06, Mar 2015 - Panel discusses court-ordered college expenses
The Indiana Senate Committee on Civil Law heard legislation Monday aimed at eliminating the ability of judges to court-order divorced parents to pay for adult children's college expenses, Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney reported.
06, Mar 2015 - Dueling photos take center stage as Arias case nears end
(AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Tom Tingle, Pool). Jodi Arias listens during her sentencing retrial at Maricopa County Superior Court, Wednesday, Feb 18, 2015, in Phoenix. Arias was convicted of first-degree murder in May 2013 in the 2008 killing of fo...
06, Mar 2015 - Reed City man facing lifetime CSC charges accepts plea
REED CITY — A Reed City man charged with criminal sexual conduct has avoided a possible life sentence after accepting a plea agreement.
06, Mar 2015 - Ex-school official gets 10 years for abusing 2 students
RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A onetime California school official was sentenced Monday to 10 years in state prison for sexually assaulting two women when they were her students, including a woman who confronted her in a recorded phone call that went viral on YouTube.
06, Mar 2015 - Judge denies injunction to stop I-77 toll lanes
Interstate 77 toll lanes are on track to being built after a judge denied an injunction to stop it.   The group Widen I-77, which has fought the proposed toll lanes from the beginning, posted a message to its website Thursday. The post said that Judge Oswald Smith III denied the motion for a preliminary injunction. Read our past coverage: Judge denies injunction to stop I-77 toll lanes Citizens ...
06, Mar 2015 - Bill targets military tax issue
For the second time in three years, state legislators outside of the Florida Keys have filed bills that would preempt a court case seeking to determine if military residential and commercial... read more
06, Mar 2015 - Utah murder trial: Son says father's sadness over divorce turned to anger
The oldest son of Johnny Brickman Wall testified at his father's murder trial Wednesday that before his parents separated in 2005, their relationship "consisted mostly of fighting." Pelle Wall - who believes his father killed his mother - took the s...
06, Mar 2015 - Ex-day care providers claim juror misconduct
Former Hamilton County home day care providers Daniel and Saundra Wahl have filed two separate briefs with the Indiana Court of Appeals alleging their trial was tainted by juror misconduct, Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney reported.
06, Mar 2015 - Domestic violence charges against Panthers' Hardy dismissed
(AP Photo/Chris Keane). Carolina Panthers NFL football player Greg Hardy, center, leaves the Mecklenburg County Courthouse after his domestic violence charges were dismissed in Charlotte, N.C., Monday, Feb. 9, 2015.
06, Mar 2015 - Man to plead guilty in 2012 murder
A man charged with killing a co-worker in 2012 has agreed to plead guilty to a charge of capital murder, Ninth Judicial Circuit District Attorney Michael O’Dell said.
06, Mar 2015 - Nine Thompson Hine Lawyers Recognized by Georgia Super Lawyers
Seven lawyers from Thompson Hine LLP were included on the 2014 Georgia Super Lawyers® list and two were chosen as Georgia Rising Stars. Super Lawyers magazine distinguishes the top 5 percent of attorneys in each state in more than 70 practice areas and recognizes those who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
06, Mar 2015 - Jury trial between Nick Saban's daughter and former sorority sister set for August
The jury trial between the daughter of Alabama coach Nick Saban and her former sorority sister has been set for August. Kristen Saban's former roommate Sarah Grimes claimed that the coach's daughter beat her up after a night of drinking in August 2010. Tuscaloosa County Circuit Court Judge James Roberts dismissed the suit in February 2014, citing the state's “Stand Your Ground Law,” ruling that ...
06, Mar 2015 - 5 things to start your day
ISIS attacks Kurdish forces but is ultimately repelled. The defense rests in the "American Sniper" trial. And the ceasefire falls apart in Ukraine.
06, Mar 2015 - For new court, judge packs her robes and hits the road
Now, the UNLV graduate and former Clark County District judge will preside statewide over Nevada’s 2.8 million residents. And she’ll be traveling a lot to do it ...
06, Mar 2015 - U.S. bank exec heads to trial over concealed losses
The former chief operating officer of a major Chinese-American bank in San Francisco is set for trial on Tuesday in a rare criminal prosecution connected to the government's bank bailout program. Ebrahim Shabudin is charged with securities fraud and other crimes for allegedly concealing the losses of United Commercial Bank, which received $298.7 million from the Troubled Asset Relief Program at ...
06, Mar 2015 - Pill mill owners turn snitch to cut jail time
TAMPA — Not so long ago, they ran what authorities described as the most active pill mill in the United States, and now they are getting out from under long prison sentences by helping prosecutors jail other pill pushers.
06, Mar 2015 - Nebraska same-sex marriages on hold
Nebraska's ban on same-sex marriage will remain in place while the state appeals a federal judge's decision to strike it down. The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday issued a stay of U.S. District Judge Joseph Bataillon's decision this week to e...
06, Mar 2015 - Workers disability bias cases reinstated
Two appellate courts have separately ruled against employers — Sears Roebuck & Co. and an Ohio hospital — in disability discrimination cases holding that they failed to accommodate disabled workers.
06, Mar 2015 - Hate crime prosecutions rare, often difficult to prove
RALEIGH, North Carolina (AP) — Relatives of the three Muslim college students killed in North Carolina are pressing for hate-crime charges against the alleged shooter, but legal experts say such cases are relatively rare and can be difficult to prove.
06, Mar 2015 - Bobbi Kristina Brown was set to be arrested before she was found "unresponsive" in a bath
Judge Lee Whiteside issued a bench warrant for the immediate arrest of the 21-year-old aspiring singer two days before she was discovered unconscious at her home in Atlanta, Georgia last Saturday after she failed to attend a hearing at the nearby Alpharetta Municipal Court.
06, Mar 2015 - U.S. court restores $18 million award to man freed in NYC rape case
By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal appeals court on Thursday restored an $18 million jury verdict against New York City and in favor of a man who sued after spending 22 years behind bars for a rape he did not commit. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the city intentionally or recklessly deprived Alan Newton of his due process rights by taking more than a decade to locate ...
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