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16, Sep 2014 - Court charges: Two DWUIs, one conspiracy to deliver
An Albany County man pleaded guilty Monday in District Court to driving while under the influence of alcohol, marking his sixth alleged DWUI offense in 10 years.
16, Sep 2014 - Attorney-General to bring 'calming influence' to Ferguson
The US' top law enforcement official has met the parents of Michael Brown, whose killing by a police officer triggered riots.
16, Sep 2014 - ETX man pleads guilty to wire mail fraud in famous 'drowned Bugatti' case
A 39-year-old Lufkin man has pleaded guilty to federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales Tuesday. Promote to Mobile Breaking News read more
16, Sep 2014 - Lawyer: She killed son to protect him
Gigi Jordan showed no emotion as a New York prosecutor described to a jury a "chilling and horrifying scenario" in which the businesswoman who made a fortune in pharmaceuticals allegedly concocted a lethal cocktail of painkillers and anti-inflammatories and forced her 8-year-old autistic son to swallow it.
16, Sep 2014 - Crab Orchard man sentenced on drug charges
BECKLEY (WVVA) A Crab Orchard man gets 6 months in federal prison for dealing oxycodone.Gene “Butch” James, 44...
16, Sep 2014 - Coal Miner Sentenced for Falsifying Records at Ohio County Mine
A coal miner who falsified safety records at a mine in Ohio County has been sentenced in Federal court. United States Attorney William Ihlenfeld said Sean A. Chase, 32, of Spencer, West Virginia, was sentenced to two years of supervised release.
16, Sep 2014 - Knox County saves $45k in 4 years after getting rid of county car for mayor
Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett's office said his move to eliminate the mayor's county issued vehicle has saved almost $45,000 in taxpayer dollars since Burchett took office.
16, Sep 2014 - Tracie Hunter trial resumes Monday with more witnesses
The second week of the trial of suspended Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge Tracie Hunter continues Monday with more witness questioning.
16, Sep 2014 - Judge expected to rule on Michigan man's life sentence
KALAMAZOO, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - A judge will decide how long a Kalamazoo man, sentenced to life in prison as a teen, should stay behind bars.
16, Sep 2014 - Appeals court rejects Amber Alert case
A federal appeals court has upheld the conviction and prison sentence of a 47-year-old Maine resident for transporting a 13-year-old Owensboro, Kentucky girl across state lines to engage in sexual activity.
16, Sep 2014 - Three Attorneys At Hammerle, Finley & Scroggins Achieve Texas Super Lawyer Status
DALLAS, Sept. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Hammerle, Finley & Scroggins is pleased to announce today that three of the firm's attorneys have been recognized as Texas Super Lawyers, a prestigious designation bestowed to the state's top legal counsel by Super Lawyers Magazine. Virginia Hammerle, Mark L. Scroggins, and Robert S. Morris earned spots on the 2014 list of Texas Super Lawyers, an ...
16, Sep 2014 - Group that controls tall ship Amistad placed into receivership
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen won a court order last week placing the Freedom Schooner Amistad, Connecticut’s tall ship, under a private receiver who will be tasked with helping the ailing non-profit Amistad America untangle its finances and make sure state grants that help support the historic 129-foot topsail schooner are spent well.
16, Sep 2014 - Higher Ground: Prayer policy
The town at the center of a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling that endorsed prayers before government meetings has adopted new guidelines that have some worried that nonreligious groups will be limited in their participation. The Town of Greece, New York, recently approved an opening invocation policy for town meetings, ...
16, Sep 2014 - Illinois prison becomes political issue in Iowa U.S. Senate race
Republicans on Wednesday took to task Democrat Bruce Braley’s support for opening a federal prison near the Iowa-Illinois border, claiming that indicates Braley’s willingness to allow the transfer of terrorist prisoners to the Midwest.
16, Sep 2014 - District Court for Aug. 27
District Justice Little The following cases were administered by Magisterial District Judge Tony Little: Kay Silver, 31 Lincoln Drive, Hanover, paid $177.
16, Sep 2014 - Pa. Supreme Court hears arguments over electronic voting machines
The state Supreme Court is considering arguments as to whether electronic voting machines that do not produce simultaneous paper records of each vote cast violate the Pennsylvania Election Code.
16, Sep 2014 - California man in North Korea given 6 years of hard labor
North Korea's Supreme Court on Sunday sentenced a 24-year-old American man to six years of hard labor for entering the country illegally to commit espionage.
16, Sep 2014 - Judge in Pistorius trial faces criticism - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports
JOHANNESBURG (AP) - Several legal groups in South Africa say they are concerned about harsh criticism of the judge who found Oscar Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide, but not guilty of the more serious charge of murder.
16, Sep 2014 - Missouri Grand Jury in Ferguson Shooting Mostly White
Police guard the entrance to the Buzz Westfall Justice Center in Clayton, Mo. on Aug. 20, 2014. A judge in Clayton disclosed the breakdown of the jury on Friday at the request of Bloomberg News.
16, Sep 2014 - New Jersey lawmakers seek review of Ray Rice case
CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) - The decision to let former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice into a pretrial intervention program after he was accused of assaulting his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City casino should be reviewed, the state Senate's president said Tuesday. Democrat Steve Sweeney said the state ...
16, Sep 2014 - N.C. conservative group wants death penalty reviewed
RALEIGH, N.C. Some North Carolina political conservatives want state lawmakers to consider whether to replace the death penalty with life in prison without parole due to recently vacated murder cases. The group North Carolina Conservatives Concerned about the Death Penalty said this week the General Assembly should re-evaluate capital punishment.
16, Sep 2014 - Nebraska court hears questions about Keystone XL pipeline plan
By Carson Vaughan LINCOLN Nebraska (Reuters) - Nebraska's Supreme Court heard arguments on Friday about whether Governor Dave Heineman acted properly when he blessed a route for the Keystone XL oil pipeline, and the court's decision could weigh on the controversial project. Keystone opponents who watched the proceedings from an adjacent room, were not so subdued. "It just makes sense, how can ...
16, Sep 2014 - Arrest made in Colt State Park shooting, stabbing - News, Weather and Classifieds for Southern New
Lang Lek is arraigned in Providence District Court on Tuesday, May 27, 2014. A man who was stabbed during a gang altercation at Colt State Park in Bristol faces arraignment.
16, Sep 2014 - Attorney: Yup’ik Fishermen Wrongfully Convicted
Attorneys argued before the Alaska Court of Appeals in downtown Anchorage today about whether Yup’ik fishermen, who fished for Chinook or king Salmon during a closure on the Kuskokwim River in 2012, were wrongfully convicted. Download Audio:
16, Sep 2014 - Tacoma Teacher Sentenced To Six Months Behind Bars For Having Sex With Two Students
Former Lincoln High School teacher Meredith Powell has been sentenced to six months in prison for reportedly having sex with two of her students. She was also accused of “sexting” with a third student. On Friday, August 29, Powell appeared before Judge Frank Cuthbertson in Pierce County Superior Court for sentencing, reports KOMO Seattle. The Tacoma Teacher Sentenced To Six Months Behind Bars ...
16, Sep 2014 - W.Va. board exec shocked by doctor's reinstatement
The head of a state board that suspended the license of a West Virginia pain clinic operator says she's shocked by a judge's move to let the doctor resume practicing medicine.
16, Sep 2014 - Lawyer disbarred for 3 decades in Greylord scandal wants law license back
Others have tried. If Alphonse Gonzales is allowed to practice law again 30 years after the federal Operation Greylord corruption case, he would be the first to prevail.
16, Sep 2014 - US man convicted of murder for dog attack
LOS ANGELES - A California dog owner whose four pit bulls mauled and killed a 63-year-old woman near her home last year has been convicted of murder. A Los Angeles Superior Court jury found Alex Donald Jackson, 31, guilty of second-degree murder after less than a day of deliberations. He faces 24 years to life in prison when he is sentenced next month. "This defendant knew how dangerous these ...
16, Sep 2014 - University Medical Center responds to sanctions report in wage case
Nevada's public hospital wants a federal judge to throw out the work of a court-appointed special master who recommends severe monetary sanctions after concluding that documents weren't produced as required in an employee wage and hours lawsuit ...
16, Sep 2014 - Scott's refusal to lift Dade official's suspension before high court
Gov. Rick Scott is a defendant in a case before the Florida Supreme Court involving a former mayor of Miami Lakes who wants his old job back after being acquitted of criminal charges.
16, Sep 2014 - Plancher attorneys argue appeal court made flawed decision
Attorneys representing the family of former UCF football player Ereck Plancher argued a lower court decision was deeply flawed, according to a brief filed Monday with the Florida Supreme Court.
16, Sep 2014 - Prison records show T.J. Lane’s behavior behind bars
LIMA, Ohio– Just days after T.J. Lane’s prison escape and capture, new information is coming out about his behavior behind bars. At Allen Oakwood Correctional Institution in Lima, where Lane was housed up until his escape on Sept. 11, the 19-year-old admitted to smoking marijuana and lab results supported that. Records also show he refused […]
16, Sep 2014 - Iowa man to serve life in pregnant wife's slaying - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri Ne
ALBIA, Iowa (AP) - An Iowa man convicted of killing his pregnant wife was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday after the victim's relatives called him a coward who betrayed and devastated their family.
16, Sep 2014 - Camden man held on gunrunning charges
A Camden man accused in a gunrunning operation that allegedly transported illegal guns from South Carolina to South Jersey will remain in custody awaiting trial.
16, Sep 2014 - 2012 court transcript paints Rep. Mark Sanford as 'deadbeat dad'
A family court hearing transcript paints U.S. rep. Mark Sanford as a "deadbeat dad" who cared more about protecting financial assets than about the safety of his family farm following the deaths of two children at Coosaw Plantation,
16, Sep 2014 - Felton Man Pleads Guilty to Rape, Child Porn Charges
Authorities say a Felton man faces up to life in prison after pleading guilty Tuesday to rape and child pornography offenses.
16, Sep 2014 - Correction: Detroit-Bankruptcy story
In a story Sept. 9 about a tentative agreement reached between Detroit and major creditor Syncora in its bankruptcy trial, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Steven Schlein is a spokesman for Syncora. Schlein...
16, Sep 2014 - Texas Syndicate Member Arrested During Routine Traffic Stop
Law officers say a member of the infamous Texas Syndicate prison gang was arrested in Robstown Friday.
16, Sep 2014 - No arrest for Perry; mug shot to be taken
AUSTIN — A Texas judge opted Monday not to issue an arrest warrant against Gov. Rick Perry, but the Republican still faces the unflattering prospect of being booked, fingerprinted and having his mug s
16, Sep 2014 - NEWS CRIME en-ca Mon, 15 Sep 2014 09:16:43 EDT
Friends, family, colleagues and former students have been keeping Abshir Hassan's memory alive. This past weekend, they held a walk to honour him and other victims of gunfire.
16, Sep 2014 - Perspective: Murderers and childlike minds
He kidnapped, raped and killed a pregnant woman and then a cop, heinous crimes that put him on death row. But with an IQ hovering around 70, his attorneys say he has the mind of a child.
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