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28, Nov 2014 - Takata Airbag Recall Class Action Lawsuit Resource Released by Florida Injury Attorney
TK Holdings, Japanese manufacturer Takata Corp.’s North American subsidiary, recently announced the massive recall of airbags that affects over 14 million vehicles across the world. Philip DeBerard, III of Florida’s Law Offices of Philip DeBerard has released a resource to educate people on the incident as well as help individuals determine if their vehicle may be involved in the recall. (PRWeb ...
28, Nov 2014 - Inmate charged with attempted homicide in library attack at Columbia Correctional Institution
PORTAGE, Wis. — A Wisconsin prison inmate has been charged with attempted homicide after an employee at the Columbia Correctional Institution was stabbed in the facility's library.
28, Nov 2014 - Two Americans freed by North Korea are on their way home
By Bill Trott and Mark Hosenball WASHINGTON (Reuters) - North Korea freed two Americans from prison and they were returning to the United States on Saturday after the surprise involvement of the top-ranking U.S. intelligence official in their release. Kenneth Bae and Matthew Todd Miller, who had been doing hard labor for months in the reclusive country, were being accompanied home by Director of ...
28, Nov 2014 - More Virginia death-row inmates challenge solitary confinement
They might spend their days alone on death row — but they're unified in a fight with the state in federal court.
28, Nov 2014 - Mexican man admits guilt in teen-girl sex case in N. Florida
A Mexican citizen faces as much as life in prison after admitting he flew a 14-year-old girl from Las Vegas to North Florida for sex in May, federal officials say.
28, Nov 2014 - Judge gives Stockton, California, green light to exit bankruptcy
The bankrupt city of Stockton, California, received a green light in federal court on Thursday to end its more than two-year foray in bankruptcy protection, leaving pensions administered by public pension giant Calpers untouched. Federal Bankruptcy Judge Christopher Klein in October surprised the courtroom by ruling that the city's contract with the California Public Employees' Retirement System ...
28, Nov 2014 - Adrian Peterson's lawyer says his client was 'lumped in' with Ray Rice
Adrian Peterson's recent legal troubles have nothing to do with the recent Ray Rice domestic abuse scandal, and it's time to stop lumping the two situations together.
28, Nov 2014 - Fairfield Harbour break-ins lead to prison
David Thomas Pollak, 44, of New Bern, was sentenced to a total of seven to 14 years after entering guilty pleas to all pending charges against him.
28, Nov 2014 - Ute Mountain Utes working to address recidivism
The Ute Mountain Ute Tribe is launching new efforts to prevent felons from returning to prison and teenagers from ever entering the system. Nationally, two-thirds of all people released from prison are arrested within three years of release, according to Colorado’s U.S. Attorney’s Office. To help tackle this...
28, Nov 2014 - Cops: Child-rape suspect vowed to kill his accuser
This 2014 photo provided by the Massachusetts State Police, shows Gregory J. Lewis, a child rape suspect who authorities say cut off a court-ordered GPS monitoring device and went on a cross-country crime spree.
28, Nov 2014 - Ferguson, Missouri corrections officer accused of sex with inmate, rape
(Reuters) - A corrections officer with the embattled city of Ferguson, Missouri, faces felony charges of having sex with an inmate and allowing her escape, and a civil lawsuit that alleges rape, court records show. Corrections officer Jaris Hayden's attorney, Scott Rosenblum, could not be immediately reached for comment. USA Today cited Rosenblum as saying Hayden planned to plead not guilty at ...
28, Nov 2014 - Parolee Charged With Murder In Drowning Death Of Teen
Standing alongside members of the New York State Police, Oswego County District Attorney Gregory Oakes today (Nov. 5) announced the arrest of 32-year-old Steven D. Szatanek for the murder of Anna Rose Shove. Szatanek from Camerondale Road, Baldwinsville, has been charged with second-degree murder, a class A felony, and second-degree manslaughter, a class C felony, in connection with the death ...
28, Nov 2014 - Mother convicted of child abuse now faces murder charge
A Pompano Beach mother who was sentenced to 25 years in prison in 2012 for slamming her 2-year-old daughter against a wall after the little girl soiled herself is now facing a first-degree murder charge.
28, Nov 2014 - Ex-turnpike chief gets probation in plea deal
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - A former Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission chairman was sentenced Thursday to probation after he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor corruption charge as part of a deal with state prosecutors.
28, Nov 2014 - Branstad testifies in discrimination suit
DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad was deposed Wednesday by an attorney representing a former state official who claims he was discriminated against for being gay. Chris Godfrey, a former state workers’ compensation commissioner, sued Branstad and members of his administration in 2012 after the governor slashed his $112,068-a-year salary by $36,000 in 2011. Godfrey seeks $1 million in compensation ...
28, Nov 2014 - Court won't overturn ruling on Arizona no-bail law
PHOENIX (AP) — Hundreds of immigrants who have been denied bail under a strict Arizona law will now have the opportunity to be released after the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling Thursday in the closely watched case.
28, Nov 2014 - A fish tale: Supreme Court and the missing grouper
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia thinks something smells rotten about the way prosecutors went after a Florida fisherman who threw undersized grouper off his boat. The conviction of commercial fisherman ...
28, Nov 2014 - Church layman gets 5 years for sex with girl
TIFFIN — A former layman at Bloomville United Methodist Church was convicted Friday of gross sexual imposition and sentenced to the maximum five years in prison.
28, Nov 2014 - Two-sentence Thanksgiving fiction: New stories from Mona Simpson, Megan Abbott, Lydia Millet, Rebec
45 tiny, new stories from top writers, just two sentences and one rule: Include "thanks" in an interesting way
28, Nov 2014 - Lawsuit from shooting victim family dismissed
A federal judge today dismissed a lawsuit brought by Brandon Bradshaw's widow against Tommy Brown and other law enforcement officials after being informed that everyone involved in the suit has resolv
28, Nov 2014 - Opening arguments begin in trial of man accused of paralyzing store manager robbery
Opening arguments have begun in the attempted murder trial of a man accused of stabbing a Dollar General Store Manager and leaving him for dead.
28, Nov 2014 - Minnesota Couple Sentenced In Project Swindle
A Wayzata couple has been taken to jail to serve a yearlong sentence for theft that prosecutors say led to a bank's failure. A Hennepin County judge this week sentenced Philip and Virginia Carlson to 21 months in prison. The couple will not have to serve prison time if they remain law-abiding. Judge Lois Conroy also ordered the Carlsons to serve a year in the workhouse.
28, Nov 2014 - DFPS Hosts Adoption Day Event at County Court at Law 5
Monday was Adoption Day at the Nueces County Courthouse as the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services urges South Texas residents to adopt children in state care.The event coincides with National Adoption Awareness Month, throughout which mass adoptions, match parties and other events are held to put the spotlight on children who are waiting for permanent homes.On Monday, Judge ...
28, Nov 2014 - Supreme Court Won't Stay Strike of Arizona No-Bail Law
The court declined to put a hold on a federal appeals court decision last month that found Arizona's illegal immigrant-bail law unconstitutional.
28, Nov 2014 - Rape investigators college Tennessee players' DNA
According to search warrants, Knoxville police have obtained DNA samples from two suspended Tennessee football players as part of an investigation into a reported rape and sexual assault of two 19-year-old women.The Tennessean reported Friday that, according to the warrants, both players complied with a judge's order Tuesday that they submit to DNA swabs at the police department.Knoxville police ...
28, Nov 2014 - Tracy Gun Store 1 Of 4 Challenging California Law Banning Handgun Ads In Windows
The stores filed the lawsuit Monday in Sacramento federal court, claiming the 91-year-old law violates their free speech rights. They also argue that the law unfairly singles out handguns because similar ads for rifles are allowed.
28, Nov 2014 - Proponents of N.J. sports betting see promise in courts, Congress
With a federal judge once again blocking New Jersey’s latest bid to allow sports betting, state officials are focusing their efforts on an appeals court where they expect to have much better odds of prevailing.
28, Nov 2014 - Choctaw Corruption Case Continues
Citizens of the Choctaw Nation are watching the trial of the former executive director of the tribe’s construction administration, who is accused of thief, conspiracy, tax fraud...
28, Nov 2014 - Attorneys Defend the Nativity: Expression of Faith on Public Property Constitutional
CHICAGO, Nov. 26, 2014 / Christian Newswire / -- Never fear, the attorneys are here to separate fact from fiction surrounding private citizens' right to freely express religious faith in the public square.
28, Nov 2014 - Sexual predator gets 8-30 years for molesting 2
EBENSBURG, Pa. (AP) - A western Pennsylvania man has been deemed a sexually violent predator and will serve eight to 30 years in prison for molesting two boys.
28, Nov 2014 - Prison System Wants A Cut Of Brown's Chicken Killer's Civil Rights Judgment
James Degorski was awarded $451,000 in damages in March after he suffered injuries when a Cook County Jail guard attacked him in 2002. [ more › ]
28, Nov 2014 - Obama nominates Sacramento judge for Fresno federal bench
Sacramento federal magistrate Judge Dale A. Drozd has been nominated by President Barack Obama to become a U.S. District Court judge in Fresno. Click to Continue »
28, Nov 2014 - Maryland man sentenced to life in prison in killing of Central High student Marckel Ross
Travon D. Bennett, 21, was sentenced to life in prison for Marckel Ross?s murder.
28, Nov 2014 - High Court Won’t Hear Appeal in 2009 Murder
Vernell Loggins, the Pacific man who was found guilty Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012, in the brutal murder of his girlfriend, Stephanie Fields, looks at family members after hearing the jury's death penalty verdict. This photo was taken in February 2012.
28, Nov 2014 - Former police officer avoids prison time in stalking case
A former White Bear Lake police officer will avoid prison time for stalking and harassing an ex-boyfriend.
28, Nov 2014 - Volokh Conspiracy: California trial court rejects Manuel Noriega’s ‘Call of Duty’ right of pu
Should have been an open-and-shut case, but right of publicity law is such a mess that it's hard to predict the ultimate result with complete certainty.
28, Nov 2014 - Federal judge dismisses lawsuit against CertusBank
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by three former CertusBank executives who claimed they were unjustly fired.
28, Nov 2014 - Heart stent not expected to sideline Ginsburg but revives speculation about a successor
WASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had a heart stent implanted on Wednesday, reviving talk about how long the 81-year-old liberal jurist will be staying on the court.
28, Nov 2014 - Okla. Supreme Court temporarily blocks abortion restrictions
Frances Burns OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 4 (UPI) -- Oklahoma cannot enforce two new restrictions on abortion until courts have ruled on their constitutionality, the state Supreme Court said Tuesday.
28, Nov 2014 - Attorney and Real Estate developers sentenced in mortgage fraud case
GREENVILLE, NC (Press Release) -- United States Attorney Thomas G. Walker announced that Senior United States District Judge Malcolm J. Howard sentenced numerous participants in a Wilmington area mortgage fraud scheme to prison. Senior Judge Howard also collectively ordered more than $1 Million in restitution judgments against the defendants. Those sentenced by the Court included a real estate ...
28, Nov 2014 - Inmate dog-training program breaks ground
Oklahoma prison officials have broken ground on a new dog kennel for the state's prison inmate dog-training program.
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