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21, Dec 2014 - What If? Convicting Darren Wilson Would Have Been Tough
Several factors would have complicated a trial for Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson, experts in Missouri criminal law and police regulation say.
21, Dec 2014 - Voynov charged with felony domestic violence
Suspended Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov will stand trial on a felony charge of domestic violence after a judge deemed there to be sufficient evidence to move forward with the case Monday.
21, Dec 2014 - Judge: Kings' Voynov can be tried on felony charge
TORRANCE, California (AP) " Slava Voynov's wife told police the Los Angeles Kings defenseman hit, choked and pushed her into a television in their bedroom during a fight in October, an officer testified on Monday.After hearing the...
21, Dec 2014 - St. Louis DA says he knew of lying witnesses in Ferguson grand jury trial
St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch revealed Friday that he was aware that some witnesses lied before the grand jury in the case against Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson. Wilson shot and killed unarmed teenager Michael Brown in August. Photo by Cristina Fletes-Boutte/Reuters RELATED LINKS What do the witness statements tell us about the Michael Brown shooting? Making body ...
21, Dec 2014 - National environmental groups want to join Denton fracking fight
Lawyers representing groups from New York and Washington, D.C., file documents seeking to join the legal team defending the voter-approved fracking ban in Denton.
21, Dec 2014 - Kurt Busch's ex seeks no-contact order at hearing
NASCAR driver Kurt Busch's breakup with his ex-girlfriend turned into an ugly court battle Tuesday when she described Busch in testimony as unstable and struggling with alcoholism and depression. His attorneys...
21, Dec 2014 - These American Fugitives May Be Hiding Out in Cuba
Former prisoner Alan Gross was thrilled to return to America from Cuba earlier this week but there are dozens of other Americans who are in the country for other reasons -- and probably don't plan on leaving.Cuba has been a haven for American fugitives for decades, but now that the two countries are restoring diplomatic relations their hideout might not be an option much longer."We will continue ...
21, Dec 2014 - Judge declares wrongly convicted woman innocent
TORRANCE, Calif. (AP) — A woman who spent 17 years in a California prison for a murder she didn't commit was declared factually innocent Friday, clearing the way for her to collect about $600,000 in compensation from the state.
21, Dec 2014 - Jay Evensen: Value of Utah prison can't be compared to value of the land
A lot of people view prisons like sewage plants, necessary for handling an unpleasant task but best kept out of sight. And...
21, Dec 2014 - Former Subway Franchise Owner Sentenced for Gift Card Hacking Scheme
A California man was sentenced to serve 18 months in prison with two years supervised release, and ordered to pay $34,712 in restitution, for remotely hacking into the computerized cash registers of Subway restaurants and fraudulently obtaining more than $40,000 in gift cards.
21, Dec 2014 - Judge rules Illinois pension law unconstitutional
An Illinois judge tossed out a landmark law Friday intended to fix the nation's worst government-employee pension crisis, ruling that the plan lawmakers adopted less than a year ago violates the state ...
21, Dec 2014 - Chatham County, Georgia, Selects Tyler Technologies to Unify Court Processes
Tyler Technologies, Inc. has signed an agreement with Chatham County, Georgia, for its Odyssey® court case management solution. Odyssey will replace six different legac
21, Dec 2014 - Former northwest Ga. judge guilty on all counts
A jury has found a former northwest Georgia judge guilty on multiple charges, including tampering with a witness and conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine.
21, Dec 2014 - CO woman’s infamous killer has death sentence vacated, debate rages on
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Lisa Marie Kimmell was on her way from Denver to Cody, Wyo. to visit her boyfriend on the day she disappeared. The 18-year-old’s body was discovered floating in the North Platte River about a week later. Her killer remained at large for 10 years, the cold case gaining infamy as the so-called Lil’ […]
21, Dec 2014 - Grand Jury Decides Not To Indict Officer in Eric Garner Case
A grand jury has decided not to indict Officer Daniel Pantaleo in the death of Eric Garner, who died while being arrested on Staten Island in July. | More on the grand jury's process | Read the Staten Island district attorney's full statement on the decision
21, Dec 2014 - West Virginia executive facing charges from chemical spill
A West Virginia executive faces charges of lying to protect his personal wealth from lawsuits after his company spilled chemicals into 300,000 people's water supply in January, according to a criminal complaint Monday.
21, Dec 2014 - Reporter won’t be forced to reveal source
CHICAGO, IL — An Illinois appellate court sided Monday with editor Joseph Hosey in his fight to conceal the identity of a confidential source —a ruling that preserves the principles of the state’s shield law.
21, Dec 2014 - Judicial Marshal's Case On Promoting Prostitution Transferred Out Of Waterbury
WATERBURY — A Superior Court judge transferred the pending criminal case of state judicial marshal Michael A. Connelly out of the city Wednesday, citing his deceased brother's tenure as Waterbury state's attorney as a reason for the move.
21, Dec 2014 - High-profile German attorney at Kaarma trial
Defense and prosecuting attorneys are getting ready for Thursday's opening statements in the trial of a Missoula man accused of murdering a German exchange student.
21, Dec 2014 - Retirement Weekly: Retirement news: The week in review
An Illinois judge has ruled that pension reforms signed into law in December 2013 violate a clause of the Illinois state constitution.
21, Dec 2014 - Attorney, former GOP candidate Deon Long disbarred
Winter Park attorney Ometrius Deon Long, who once ran for Congress as a Republican and served on the St. Johns River Water Management District, is among 18 attorneys statewide who were disciplined recently by the Florida Supreme Court.
21, Dec 2014 - Utah State Prison list down to four, West Jordan out of the running
It's highly unlikely that a wheat farm in West Jordan will sprout a new state prison after the property owners decided Monday they no longer were interested in selling. An estimated 2,000 or so people, packed tightly into the gym at Oakcrest Elementa...
21, Dec 2014 - Blackshear's Civil War Legacy: Prison camp records tell story of hardship for Union, Confederac
It was just a field outside the northern edge of Blackshear, set among pine trees slightly uphill from a nearby stream. Walk through the undeveloped land and you’ll see its relatively undisturbed features.
21, Dec 2014 - Groups file to join city in courtroom
Local activists and a national advocacy group filed motions in court Thursday to join the city of Denton in defending its ban on hydraulic fracturing.
21, Dec 2014 - Cameras allowed in Cook County criminal courts in pilot project
The Illinois Supreme Court has approved a long-awaited pilot program allowing cameras in courtrooms at the Leighton Criminal Court Building beginning next month.
21, Dec 2014 - Indiana County district judge gets 1 year in ARD program in hit-run case
An Indiana County district judge on paid leave was admitted into a probation program Monday for alleged involvement in a hit-and-run crash. Judge Jennifer J. ...
21, Dec 2014 - Richard Bohling appears Friday in Circuit Court
Albany County’s top prosecutor Richard Bohling is charged with nine criminal charges stemming from allegations he illegally used county funds to buy electronic equipment for personal use.
21, Dec 2014 - Girl hurt at fair challenges Indiana damages cap
Attorneys for a 13-year-old Ohio girl hurt when a stage collapsed at the Indiana State Fair argued Monday that the state's cap on liability damages is unconstitutional and should be thrown out by the Indiana ...
21, Dec 2014 - Slava Voynov facing felony charge
Suspended Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov will stand trial on a felony charge of domestic violence after a judge deemed there to be sufficient evidence to move forward with the case Monday.
21, Dec 2014 - Iowa State's Bryce Dejean-Jones charged with hosting a drug house
Update: A Story County judge ruled Thursday that Ames police did not have probable cause to arrest Iowa State basketball player Bryce Dejean-Jones on drug-related charges.
21, Dec 2014 - Top 10 stories in Washington County in 2014
Two high-profile murder cases, troubles at the Washington County Courthouse, assorted mayhem, drugs and drilling dominated the headlines in our area in 2014. Here are the top stories of the year, as selected by O-R reporters and editors:
21, Dec 2014 - LETTERS: Judge Diane Blick Thanks Residents; Remembering A Good Neighbor in East Canaan
I wish to express my heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the residents of the 12 towns in the Litchfield Hills Probate Court, District No. 24, for your confidence in re-electing me as your judge of probate.
21, Dec 2014 - Judge Strikes Down Illinois Pension Overhaul
An Illinois judge on Friday ruled that the state's overhaul of its troubled public-employee retirement system violates a state constitutional provision that forbids the government from making cuts to pension benefits.
21, Dec 2014 - Las Vegas Company Barred From Selling Health Products in Iowa
DES MOINES, Iowa — An Iowa judge has barred a Las Vegas-based company from telemarketing its products in the state. Last December, an undercover phone line record Super Vitality telemarketers. It found that the callers were making false health claims about the company’s acai berry tablet’s effects on heart and blood conditions. “Super Vitality’s telemarketers […]
21, Dec 2014 - US judge declares wrongly convicted woman innocent
TORRANCE, California (AP) " A woman who spent 17 years in a California prison for a murder she didn't commit was declared factually innocent Friday, clearing the way for her to collect about $600,000 in compensation from the state.Susan...
20, Dec 2014 - Drake takes plea deal in 1981 double slaying, to be released from prison
LOCKPORT – Robie J. Drake, who has served nearly 33 years behind bars for killing two North Tonawanda teenagers in 1981, will be released Thursday after taking a plea deal today.
20, Dec 2014 - Innocence panel sends Joseph Sledge case to 3-judge panel in 1976 NC slaying of mother and daughter
The North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission has wrapped up a three-day hearing in the case of a 70-year-old man who claims he did not kill a mother and her daughter in 1976 - sending the case to a 3-judge panel for review.
20, Dec 2014 - Nevada Woman Pleads Guilty to Stealing From Her Employer
Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Nevada, Mo., woman pleaded guilty in federal court today to a bank fraud scheme in which she embezzled from her employer.Patricia Culbertson, 53, of Nevada, waived her right to a grand jury and pleaded guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge David P. Rush to a federal information that charges her with bank ...
20, Dec 2014 - Texas should not kill Wisconsin native Scott Panetti
It would be wrong to execute Scott Panetti, who has severe mental illness.
20, Dec 2014 - S.C. bills allow gun permits as voter ID, keep convicts working
COLUMBIA — A South Carolina senator has introduced legislation that would let convicts with jobs serve their sentence during the days they’re not working, while their wages are garnished to make their child support payments. Summary:  COLUMBIA - A South Carolina senator has introduced legislation that would let convicts with jobs serve their sentence during the days they're not working, while ...
20, Dec 2014 - Apple goes on offensive in antitrust trial
Apple went on the offensive with its own witnesses in the ongoing antitrust trial over the iPod.
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