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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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20, Oct 2014 - New debate over health care subsidies
NOTE TO READERS: The following post was written before the federal government, on Friday evening, filed a brief in the Supreme Court urging the Justices not to get involved in this controversy at this point, and to let the dispute work its way first through the federal appeals court in Washington. The new federal brief is discussed […]
20, Oct 2014 - 'Real Housewives' star pleads guilty in ID case
PATERSON, N.J. (AP) — It took two tries, but when it was over one of the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" stars already headed to federal prison for bankruptcy fraud pleaded guilty Wednesday in an unrelated state case involving a bogus driver's license. An Italian citizen by birth who never became a U.S. citizen, Giudice also is expected to be deported once his federal prison term ends. Giudice ...
20, Oct 2014 - Arkansas’ photo ID requirement for voting is struck down by state’s highest court
A roundup of news from around the nation.
20, Oct 2014 - Juvenile Arrests Drop Statewide
HARTFORD - Connecticut officials are attributing a 40 percent drop in arrests of juveniles under 16 during the past five years to reform efforts dating back more than a decade and a national trend of decreasing crime.
20, Oct 2014 - Local men sentenced in cocaine ring case
MARTINSBURG - Two additional West Virginia men have been sentenced in United States District Court for their part in a large drug trafficking ring believed to be responsible for bringing large quantities of cocaine into the Keyser area.
20, Oct 2014 - Recently released felon allegedly fires gun inside house
A man who was recently released from prison may very well find himself returning after he allegedly fired a gun inside a house when he became angry about a photograph.
20, Oct 2014 - Orsinger Nelson Downing & Anderson Attorneys Recognized Among Texas' Best
DALLAS, Oct. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With eight of its partners selected to the 2014 Texas Super Lawyers listing, the attorneys at the Family Law boutique of Orsinger, Nelson, Downing & Anderson, LLP, once again have been recognized among the best in Texas. Name partners Richard Orsinger, Keith Nelson, Scott Downing and Jeff Anderson, Dallas partners Brad LaMorgese, Will Reppeto and Michael ...
20, Oct 2014 - AGRIBUSINESS: Northey – Avoid Trade War Over California Egg Law
On January 1, California will ban some shell eggs and that includes a lot of Iowa eggs. In the controversial case, if shell eggs are not produced under California’s guidelines, they are banned. Producers in states like Iowa must change their facilities or lose a significant market. Iowa Governor Terry Branstad and the attorneys general of […]
20, Oct 2014 - Did an Ambitious Prosecutor Convict the Wrong Man for the Killing of Mark Fisher?
Inconsistent testimonies, a misleading polygraph test, and wavering witnesses make this conviction questionable. Did Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi put the wrong man in prison?
20, Oct 2014 - New twist on old scam threatens residents with arrest if they don't pay fine over the phone
Attorney General Patrick Morrisey advises anyone who gets a call from someone telling them a warrant has been issued for their arrest but it can be dismissed  if they pay the fine over the phone to hang up and contact the authorities.
20, Oct 2014 - LA Supreme Court ruled former UL Laf. coach's contract not breached
A ruling by the 1st circuit court of appeal in Louisiana has been overturned by the state supreme court in the case of former University of Louisiana at Lafayette football coach Jerry Baldwin. The Louisiana Supreme Court has ruled that the University of Louisiana system did not breach the former head coach's contract when he was fired.
20, Oct 2014 - Remote Arctic town hosts Alaska's first known same-sex marriage
After a federal judge struck down state's ban, couple weds in Barrow, Alaska - a town that cannot be reached by road
20, Oct 2014 - Fed judge overturns South Dakota murder conviction
A federal judge has dismissed the murder conviction of a South Dakota man in a case in which the victim died nearly two years after being beaten.
20, Oct 2014 - Trial Date Set for Man Accused in Three Cold Case Murders Dating Back to 1970's
A trial date has been set for the man charged with three cold case murders dating back to the 1970's. Stanley Rusnak, 65, was in Jefferson County court on Wednesday, where an October 28 trial date was set.
20, Oct 2014 - Bin Laden spokesman faces possible life term
NEW YORK (AP) - Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law is expected in a U.S. court to face a possible life sentence in his terrorism case. Sulaiman Abu Ghaith was convicted in March on charges he conspired to kill Americans in his role as a spokesman for al-Qaida. His sentencing is set for Tuesday in federal court […]
20, Oct 2014 - Sister of Desmonte Leonard: 'he is not a monster'
The Lee County jury who convicted Desmonte Leonard of capital murder will spend the next two days deciding his fate. They will make a recommendation of life in prison or the death penalty to the judge. The family and friends of the now-convicted killer begged the jury for mercy Wednesday, Oct. 8.
20, Oct 2014 - No resolution for Jets player accused of assault
A New York Jets practice squad player is due in court in two weeks on domestic violence charges, possibly to have a trial date set.
20, Oct 2014 - Bail bid dropped for boy in killing of 90-year-old
A 10-year-old boy charged with fatally beating a 90-year-old woman remained in adult prison Wednesday after his lawyer withdrew a request for bail, saying his family isn't ready to have him released into their custody.
20, Oct 2014 - U.S. court rebuffs Marine Corps families in polluted water case
By Pamela MacLean (Reuters) - In a defeat for families claiming they were sickened by groundwater contamination many years ago at a U.S. Marine Corps base in North Carolina, a federal appeals court has rejected an attempt by the state's legislature to extend a time limit for filing pollution-related lawsuits. As a result, families involved in 10 lawsuits will be unlikely to collect damages for ...
20, Oct 2014 - Kidnap gang's co-leader gets 9 life terms
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The co-leader of a violent Mexican drug gang convicted of several murders was sentenced in San Diego County to nine life terms of life in prison without the possibility of parole.
20, Oct 2014 - Palm Bay man admits $30M fake payment card scheme
A Florida man has admitted his role in a multimillion-dollar fake payment card scheme.   Sean Roberson entered his plea in federal court in Newark on Thursday. The 39-year-old Palm Bay resident pleaded guilty to two fraud conspiracy counts that carry combined maximum sentences of 50 years, though he likely will serve considerably less time.   Roberson admitted he sold counterfeit payment cards ...
20, Oct 2014 - In Murder Trial Woman Testifies Boyfriend Ordered Her To Beat Scientist
NEW LONDON — She didn't know who the seriously wounded man was but was told to beat him with a piece of pipe.
20, Oct 2014 - Attorney William Buckman found dead at Mount Laurel motel
MOUNT LAUREL — New Jersey's legal community is mourning the loss of Bill Buckman, a prominent Moorestown defense and civil rights attorney, who was found dead Tuesday in a Route 38 hotel.
20, Oct 2014 - Bin Laden's son-in-law sentenced
Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, Osama bin Laden's son-in-law, was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday, said Jerika Richardson, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan.
20, Oct 2014 - Justice on Wheels program takes Wisconsin Supreme Court to the people
The seven Justices heard oral arguments for the first time in Waukesha County.
20, Oct 2014 - Kidnapping gang's leader gets 12 life terms
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The convicted leader of a Mexican drug gang that killed and kidnapped people in Southern California has been sentenced to a dozen life sentences without chance of parole.
20, Oct 2014 - Ex-Texas school teacher guilty in child porn case - KALB-TV News Channel 5 & CBS 2
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - A former North Texas high school journalism teacher faces up to 60 years in federal prison for soliciting teens for child pornography.
20, Oct 2014 - Judge denies Libertarian candidate’s request to appear on KET program
A federal judge has rejected an argument that Kentucky Educational Television violated a Libertarian candidate’s First Amendment rights by denying his request to be included in a broadcast featuring two U.S. Senate candidates.
20, Oct 2014 - Sentencing for 'Fast and Furious' murder today
The man who killed his cousin over Fast and Furious DVDs is expected to find out how long he'll spend in prison.  Kenny Adams faces up to life in prison.
20, Oct 2014 - Court hearing set on Natchez hospital bankruptcy
A federal court is expected to approve the bankruptcy plan for Natchez Regional Medical Center.
20, Oct 2014 - Trombetta back in court over secret recordings
Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School founder and Aliquippa native Nick Trombetta returns Monday to federal court in Pittsburgh arguing that evidence in his criminal case should be tossed because agents r
20, Oct 2014 - Testimony begins in Dawaylon Rainey trial
HUGO, Okla. -- Testimony was underway Wednesday in the trial of Dawaylon Rainey.
20, Oct 2014 - Laurel man pleads guilty to child exploitation charges
State Attorney General Jim Hood said a 59-year-old Laurel man has been sentenced to up to 20 years in prison for downloading child pornography. A news release indicated Charles Michael English pleaded guilty Friday to two counts of child exploitation. Jones County Circuit Judge Billy Joe Landrum sentenced English to 20 years but suspended 14, with five years of post-release supervision. Hood ...
20, Oct 2014 - Lakewood's challenge to Colorado's defects law likely to be settled in court
The next venue for Lakewood's first-of-a-kind measure challenging the state's much-debated construction-defects law could be a courtroom.
20, Oct 2014 - East Texans Charged in Red River Army Depot Conspiracy
U.S. Attorney John M. Bales and Colonel Brandon Grubbs, Red River Army Depot Installation Commander, announced today that seven individuals have been indicted on federal charges involving conspiracy to commit an offense and to defraud the U.S. government and theft of government property or money in the Eastern District of Texas.
20, Oct 2014 - Baseball Behind Bars: A Tradition At San Quentin State Prison
The San Francisco Giants clinched their spot in the MLB playoffs this week. At San Quentin State Prison in California, another Giants team has already played their championship game. George Lavender travels to San Quentin to tell the story.
20, Oct 2014 - Fisher’s Conservative Party judicial nomination ruled invalid
An acting state judge has struck down the Conservative Party’s nomination of Lisa Fisher in November’s election for state Supreme Court after a lawsuit by Albany County Conservative Party Chairman Richie Stack challenged the validity of his own party’s judicial convention. Stack sued after the Sept. 20 convention nominated Fisher, a New Baltimore Republican, over his […]
20, Oct 2014 - NC appeals court hopefuls look for voters on tour
Candidates for appellate courts often have trouble getting voters interested in their races. So current and former judges on the statewide ballot are traveling around North Carolina to talk about their races and the...
20, Oct 2014 - Rock star encourages drug court graduates
WAILUKU, Hawaii (AP) - Although he performed before a crowd of 20,000 a few nights ago, rock 'n' roll superstar Steven Tyler admitted to a touch of nerves as he addressed 11 Maui Drug Court graduates and their families Thursday afternoon in 2nd Circuit Court. "I'm nervous here ...
20, Oct 2014 - Court tosses Arizona's no-bail law for immigrants
An appeals court has thrown out a voter-approved law in Arizona that denies bail to immigrants who are in the country illegally and have been charged with a range of felonies that include shoplifting, aggravated identity theft, sexual assault and murder.
20, Oct 2014 - Attorneys: Psychological report will “shed light” on Mundelein girl who allegedly stabbed siste
Sept. 24 12:34 p.m. A 20-page psychological evaluation on the 14-year-old Mundelein girl accused of stabbing her 11-year-old half sister was turned in 30 minutes prior to a Sept. 24 pre-trial hearing.
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