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30, Oct 2014 - Meet the Lawyers Fighting For Religious Freedom Today Before The Supreme Court
Arguing for a Muslim prisoner's right to grow a beard is just the latest effort for the firm that won the Hobby Lobby case.
30, Oct 2014 - Lexington downtown driver's license office to open at new location Monday
The Fayette Circuit Court clerk's driver's license office, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and the Kentucky State Police have partnered to offer a one-stop location for driver's licensing services in a new office at 1591 Winchester Road, Suite 103.
30, Oct 2014 - Accused rapist charged in Montco stabbing death
Chad Wilcox is accused of killing a man in Norristown after failing to show up for court to face rape charges in an unrelated case in Lycoming County.
30, Oct 2014 - Court Tosses Arizona's No-Bail Law for Immigrants
The 9th U.S. Court of Appeals struck down the voter-approved law that denies bail to undocumented immigrants accused of a range of felonies.
30, Oct 2014 - Animal activist to be held for mink-freeing trial; judge cites danger
A federal judge on Wednesday ruled that an animal activist accused of releasing about 2,000 mink into the wild should be kept in custody pending trial because he poses a danger to the community.
30, Oct 2014 - Judge denies order to stop Uber in Nevada
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A judge has denied a request from Nevada's attorney general to temporarily shut down the ride-sharing company Uber's operations in the state.
30, Oct 2014 - CourtView Announces eCitation Pilot Project With Ohio DPS
CourtView Justice Solutions , an industry leader of dynamic case management solutions for courts, prosecutors, and other justice agencies, has announced today an agreement with the Ohio Department of Public ...
30, Oct 2014 - Bank robber gets 8 years
RACINE — In calling for prison time for a Kenosha man who helped rob a Racine bank at gunpoint, a prosecutor said one of the employees “said she thought she was going to die.”
30, Oct 2014 - A little speed for the same-sex marriage case
Plaintiffs in the lawsuit challenging the Arkansas ban on same-sex marriage asked the Arkansas Supreme Court last week to expedite the appeal of Judge Chris Piazza's ruling striking down the ban. The Supreme Court today asked parties to respond to the motion by noon Tuesday. Briefing in the case is all but complete. Perhaps there can be a decision reached in this case before the end of 2014 and ...
30, Oct 2014 - Pascagoula's Robert Hinger sentenced for producing, possessing child pornography
Robert Hinger (JCSO photo)  PASCAGOULA, Mississippi -- A Jackson County man is going to prison after admitting to possessing and producing child pornography, Attorney General Jim Hood announced today. Robert Hinger Jr., 48, of Pascagoula, appeared before Judge Kathy Jackson...
30, Oct 2014 - Convicted murderer sues state of Connecticut over prison porn ban
Dwight Pink Jr. says the ban is a violation of his free speech rights and serves no meaningful objective in prison.
30, Oct 2014 - Controversial case snags Schneiderman, Cahill
Republican attorney general candidate John Cahill is hammering incumbent Eric Schneiderman for an aide's efforts on behalf of a convicted rapist who was paroled in June, but there's far more to the... To view the full story, click the title link.
30, Oct 2014 - Former KBI Deputy Director Disbarred After Child Sex Crime
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- A former Kansas Bureau of Investigation administrator has been disbarred by the state Supreme Court after pleading guilty earlier this year to sexual exploitation of a child.
30, Oct 2014 - Claysville man to stand trial in connection with crash that killed teen
A Claysville man accused of supplying a Morris Township 16-year-old with alcohol and giving her the keys to his car minutes before she crashed it into a tree and died was ordered to stand trial Tuesday.
30, Oct 2014 - AG leads national effort to prevent online child sex trafficking
Attorney General Bob Ferguson led a nationwide effort Oct. 21, to urge Congress to pass legislation that would help prevent children from being trafficked on the Internet.
30, Oct 2014 - Polunsky Beitel Green Attorneys Earn Spots on 2014 Texas Super Lawyers List
DALLAS/SAN ANTONIO, Oct. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Accomplished Texas mortgage law attorneys Allan B. Polunsky , Jay G. Beitel and G. Martin "Marty" Green of Polunsky Beitel Green, LLP , have ...
30, Oct 2014 - District Court for Oct. 29
District Justice Little The following cases were administered by Magisterial District Judge Tony Little: Herman M.
30, Oct 2014 - Judge’s wife, ex-mayor vie for Medina County Common Pleas bench
A seat on the Medina County Common Pleas bench could be filled by either a retiring judge’s wife or the former mayor of the county’s largest city. Joyce V. Kimbler and Gary F. Werner are battling for the seat left open by the retirement of Judge James L. Kimbler at the end of the year. Read More... The post Judge’s wife, ex-mayor vie for Medina County Common Pleas bench appeared first on The ...
30, Oct 2014 - This year, election is controversy-free for judges
CEDAR RAPIDS — There are 70 Iowa District Court judges and two court-of-appeals judges up for retention. But this election likely will be the first without controversy for the judiciary since 2009. At least one judge from each of the 14 judicial districts across the state will stand for retention this year. Of the 70, eight judges are from the 6th Judicial District, which includes Linn, Johnson ...
30, Oct 2014 - Man who kidnapped boy in Pascagoula Wednesday due in Alabama court today
A Maryland man who kidnapped a 6-year-old boy from the Pascagoula Raisin' Cane's restaurant Wednesday is due in an Alabama court today after being arrested Wednesday night, according to Pascagoula Police Capt. Shannon Massey.
30, Oct 2014 - Houston-area felon who faked military past guilty in guns case
A Texas convicted felon who faked being an Army Ranger to get close to acclaimed retired Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell faces up to 10 years in prison for having guns.
30, Oct 2014 - Former AIG head Edward Liddy to testify in bailout trial
Edward Liddy, the onetime chief of AIG and Allstate Corp., is set to testify on his interactions with government officials regarding the form of stock the U.S. ultimately took from AIG.
30, Oct 2014 - Man who admitted killing 2 stepsons is paroled
HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) — A Texas man who unexpectedly pleaded guilty to killing his two adopted stepsons in 1986 after years of claiming his innocence was released from prison Wednesday and headed for a halfway house and strict parole supervision for likely the rest of his life. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals last year granted Graf a new trial after a panel of fire experts concluded arson ...
30, Oct 2014 - AIG Bailout Architects Leave Questions for Executives
The trial over the American International Group Inc. (AIG) bailout shifts this week from the architects of the 2008 rescue, who spent days testifying as to why they imposed the terms they did on the ailing insurer, to the executives who accepted their demands.
30, Oct 2014 - Steve Nodine Released From Baldwin County Jail
The former Mobile County Commissioner has been in the jail for almost two years after pleading guilty to harassment and perjury charges.
30, Oct 2014 - State board asks federal judge to dismiss suit challenging Wisconsin campaign coordination law
MADISON, Wis. — The state Government Accountability Board has asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit challenging Wisconsin's campaign coordination law.
30, Oct 2014 - Maine says without a judge's order, it can't hold nurse who treated Ebola patients
Department of Health and Human Services Commissioner Mary Mayhew says state police will monitor nurse Kaci Hickox's movements if she leaves her house. But Hickox can't be detained without a judge's approval. Hickox has shown no symptoms of Ebola. She has been abiding by the state's voluntary quarantine but says she'll stop doing so Thursday.
30, Oct 2014 - Tax cheat sentence prompts outrage
TEXAS -- A former state worker who stole more than 14-thousand dollars in Florida tax money is now enjoying a cruise to Mexico. Court records show Leon County Judge Kevin Carroll signed off on the cruise. It's prompted outrage from both the state attorney and the victim. ...
30, Oct 2014 - Kansas City Woman Pleads Guilty in Fraud Scheme That Forced Employer to Close
A Kansas City, MO, woman pleaded guilty in federal court today to a nearly $3 million fraud scheme that forced her employer out of business.
30, Oct 2014 - TODAY: Defendant Skips Trial, A-Basin First to Open, Diamond-Encrusted Smartphone
DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014. 1. Defendant in kidnapping case skips trial, now at large A man on trial on charges of kidnapping, attempted sexual assault and third-degree assault failed to show up at his trial in Denver District Court, and a warrant for his arrest has […]
30, Oct 2014 - Bossier City man gets life in prison, no parole for fatally stabbing mother
A Bossier City man has been sentenced to life in prison without the benefit of probation or parole for the fatal stabbing of his mother in November 2011. 
30, Oct 2014 - California Supreme Court declines to hear appeal of bullet train case; project to go forward
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California will forge ahead with plans to build the nation's first bullet train by buying land in the Central Valley and demolishing buildings in the path of the $68 billion rail line after the state Supreme Court decided not to hear an appeal from opponents of the project.
30, Oct 2014 - Beebe denies pardon for robber imprisoned for 33 years
Mara Leveritt reports on her blog that Gov. Mike Beebe will not pardon Rolf Kaestel, 33 years into a life sentence for robbing a Fort Smith taco hut of $264 with a water pistol in 1981. Beebe didn't follow recommendations by parole boards in Arkansas and Utah, where Kaestel is imprisoned, and wasn't moved by video testimony (above) of his victim. Dennis Schluterman, who was robbed, said Kaestel ...
30, Oct 2014 - Wisconsin man sentenced for threatening judge - NBC40.net
CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) - A Wisconsin man who is identified with the Sovereign Citizen movement has been sentenced to prison for threatening and filing false charges against a judge and 27 other officials in New Jersey.
30, Oct 2014 - Pair goes on Hermitage shopping spree with forgotten ATM card
Hermitage police have issued an arrest warrant for a Masury, Ohio woman accused of going on a spending spree with a bank card that someone mistakenly left in an ATM machine.
30, Oct 2014 - Lake County judge honored for child support work
Lake County Circuit Judge Jorge Ortiz has been awarded the inaugural Outstanding Jurist of the Year Award by the Illinois Family Support Enforcement Association.
30, Oct 2014 - Charlottesville Man, 10 Others Sentenced in International Child Porn Ring
Eleven men from across the country have been sentenced to between 15 and 19 years in prison for their roles in what prosecutors say was an international online network for child pornography.
30, Oct 2014 - Youngstown businessman begins fourth week of imprisonment
The owner of a Youngstown convenience store remains in prison following his arraignment on federal charges.
30, Oct 2014 - Marion Woman Sentenced To 5 Years For Taking Shot At Firefighter
A central Ohio woman convicted of firing a shot at a firefighter who was trying to put out a fire in her back yard has been sentenced to five years in prison.
30, Oct 2014 - Atheist Gets Nearly $2 Million in Court Settlement Because He Was Forced to Attend Religious Drug T
A Shasta County, California, atheist who charged that his civil rights were violated when he was sent back to prison for protesting a religious drug-treatment program while on parole was recently awarded nearly $2 million in a court settlement for his troubles.
30, Oct 2014 - State, IBM argue welfare contract appeal
INDIANAPOLIS -- Lawyers for the state and IBM Corp. battled before the Indiana Supreme Court on Thursday about millions in state tax dollars related to the failed $1.3 billion welfare modernization contract.
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