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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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31, Jan 2015 - Pipeline break forces evacuation in Pike County
BOWLING GREEN, MO – A pipeline break forced an evacuation of dozens of homes in northeast Missouri Thursday night. Emergency crews responded to a natural gas pipeline break in Bowling Green, near the Northeast Correctional Center. Fifty houses had to be evacuated. The prison has not been evacuated as of late Thursday evening.
31, Jan 2015 - Rayndon Law Group Joins Clark Hill PLC Phoenix
PHOENIX, Jan. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The attorneys and staff of Scottsdale-based Rayndon Law Group PLC have joined Clark Hill PLC effective January 1, 2015, Clark Hill Phoenix Managing Member Darrell Davis announced today. "This is a great opportunity for our firm to broaden our tax and estate planning practice and the range of services we can offer the local market," Davis said. Darra Lynn ...
31, Jan 2015 - Clock ticks again for Lee Co. murderer
A Lee County judge Friday issued an order for Warren Lee Hill to be executed between Jan. 27 and Feb. 3. A Department of Corrections spokeswoman said Friday an exact date had not been set.
31, Jan 2015 - Quinn’s last-minute clemency decisions draw more critics
ST. LOUIS — Pat Quinn's clemency decisions in his final moments as Illinois governor are drawing more criticism, with a prosecutor saying it was "mind-numbing" for Quinn to cut in half the prison term of a woman who killed her husband by dousing him with gasoline and setting him ablaze as he slept.Tom Gibbons, the top prosecutor in southwestern Illinois' Madison County, said Wednesday that Quinn ...
31, Jan 2015 - Medical Malpractice Crisis No Longer Exists—Neither Should MICRA
By NATHANIEL J. FRIEDMAN (The writer is a Beverly Hills attorney, specializing in medical malpractice.
31, Jan 2015 - VICTORVILLE: 61 jailed in crackdown of East Side Victoria Street gang
A nearly five-year prosecution of Victorville-based Hispanic street gang members for crimes ranging from murder to methamphetamine sales, firearms violations and robbery has landed 61 members and associates in state prison for a combined 485 years,...
31, Jan 2015 - Tennessee Supreme Court reinstates $3 million retaliation judgment
(1/26) In retaliation cases, an employee must show that his employer took an adverse employment action because of his participation in "protected activity" as that term is defined under the law. Early last year, the Tennessee Court of Appeals took up the issue of whether an employee must prove that the specific decision maker taking the adverse action knew of the protected activity at the time ...
31, Jan 2015 - Retired prison chaplain to speak in Lincoln
LINCOLN — A retired Logan County Correctional Center chaplain will be the guest speaker at the seventh annual Joyce Kinzie/Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast at Lincoln College.
31, Jan 2015 - Duquesne City School District receiver accepts $1.335M interest-free loan
Duquesne City School District’s court-appointed receiver approved the distribution of nearly $2 million in surplus funds to various needs including pensions, while accepting a state ...
31, Jan 2015 - Coffin of JFK's killer should not have been sold, court rules
A Texas judge has ruled that the original coffin in which accused JFK assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was buried belongs to his brother, not the funeral home that auctioned it for nearly £60,000.
31, Jan 2015 - Ex-Police Chief Sentenced for Theft Scheme
A former Ohio police chief accused in a scheme involving deceptive purchases of used police cruisers was placed on five years' probation for his conviction of receiving stolen property and complicity to theft.A Hocking County judge sentenced Frank Diamond this week. The 43-year-old former Laurelville acting chief was accused of working with another Laurelville ex-chief to buy Pike County ...
31, Jan 2015 - Jailed Republican donor ends bid for new trial in Ohio
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - A former Republican fundraiser who invested state money in rare coins and collectibles before being convicted in an investment scandal more than seven years ago is giving up on getting a new trial. The move seemingly brings an end to the long-running scandal that ...
31, Jan 2015 - Arkansas sheriffs plan legislative push to ease county jail overcrowding
At Monday night's quorum court meeting, Craighead County Sheriff Marty Boyd warned the quorum court that if the Arkansas Department of Correction didn't take back some of their prisoners by Friday, they'd have to shut the jail down to misdemeanor arrests again.
31, Jan 2015 - Nebraska high court tosses suit over Keystone pipeline route
Nebraska's highest court threw out a challenge Friday to a proposed route for the Keystone XL oil pipeline, even though a majority of judges agreed the landowners who sued should have won their case. The ...
31, Jan 2015 - NY Federal judge slams Wells Fargo for forged mortgage docs
Judge Robert Drain has a message for Wells Fargo: “Forged” foreclosure documents don’t cut it in New York’s federal courts. In a stunning 30-page decision on January 28, Drain, a...
31, Jan 2015 - South Dakota same-sex marriage ban falls
Building toward a test on same-sex marriage in one of the handful of federal appeals courts that have not yet ruled on the issue, a federal trial judge in South Dakota on Monday struck down that state’s ban. That means that such marriages are now legal, or may be on their way to legality, in five […]
31, Jan 2015 - Judge won't suppress evidence against Poland music instructor
A judge has denied a motion to suppress evidence in the criminal case facing a 49-year-old music instructor from Poland.
31, Jan 2015 - Ex-CIA officer convicted in New York Times leak case
A former CIA officer was convicted in federal court in Virginia on Monday of leaking classified information to a New York Times reporter about a failed U.S. effort to undermine Iran's nuclear weapons program, the U.S. Justice Department said. Jeffrey Sterling was found guilty of nine counts, including six counts of unauthorized disclosure of national defense information and one count of ...
31, Jan 2015 - Former New Mexico sheriff sentenced to 10 years in prison in federal road rage case
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced a former New Mexico sheriff to 10 years in prison for abusing a driver in a bizarre, off-duty traffic stop that prosecutors described as a fit of road rage.
31, Jan 2015 - High Priority: Why your choice for the Pa. Supreme Court may be the most important vote you cast al
"It's probably going to have the biggest long-term impact of any race out there." by Rebecca Nuttall On a particularly cold morning last week, more than 50 people filled the gallery of the Allegheny County Courthouse where Common Pleas Judge Dwayne Woodruff announced his plans to run for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Former Pittsburgh Steelers (Woodruff's old teammates) stood shoulder-to ...
31, Jan 2015 - Iowa's ACLU chapter gets new executive director
The American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa will soon have a new executive director, Jeremy Rosen.
31, Jan 2015 - Man Sentenced for Attempting to Solicit Child
A Bethesda, Md. man who thought he was soliciting a 13-year-old girl online was sentenced to three years in prison on Thursday.
31, Jan 2015 - Trial starts for man accused of war crimes in Bosnia
BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — A Bosnian war crimes suspect living in Vermont is on trial in federal court.
31, Jan 2015 - Gun Control Opponents Fail To Scuttle Malloy Judicial Appointee
HARTFORD — Legislators handily approved a former state representative's appointment as a Superior Court judge Friday, despite strong opposition from the NRA and other gun rights groups.
31, Jan 2015 - Courts seek funds for statewide e-filing availability
INDIANAPOLIS | In the not-to-distant future, all Indiana court documents could be filed electronically and accessed by anyone with an Internet connection at no charge.
31, Jan 2015 - State AG Wants New Oral Arguments In Same-Sex Marriage Case
LITTLE ROCK — Attorney General Leslie Rutledge wants the state Supreme Court to hear oral arguments a second time in a lawsuit challenging Arkansas’ same-sex marriage ban.
31, Jan 2015 - New Jersey prison guard kills girlfriend, then self
The Essex County Prosecutor's Office says a New Jersey corrections officer killed his girlfriend and then himself.
31, Jan 2015 - Loser of Packers game wager is showing love for Aaron Rodgers
Courtesy: Clark Co. Sheriff's Dept. One person is dead, two others injured after a small plane tried to make an emergency landing on a rural road in Clark County, according to the Clark County Sheriff's Department.
31, Jan 2015 - Pa. GOP to consider endorsements for 3 high court openings
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Pennsylvania Republican Party leaders are weighing whether to take sides in a potentially crowded race for an unprecedented three openings on the state Supreme Court.
31, Jan 2015 - Man who sexually assaulted Reedsburg teen seeks exemption from sex offender registry
Eric S. Popaeko was sentenced to three years in prison for repeatedly sexually assaulting a child, a felony.
31, Jan 2015 - Pennsylvania Supreme Court hopefuls tout accountability
Six Democratic candidates competing for three open seats on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court said during a forum Sunday in Pittsburgh that whoever prevails must bring ...
31, Jan 2015 - IN COURT: 4 make historic first appearance on felony Venus Flytrap theft charges
Four people were in court Monday morning for their first appearances on charges of stealing Venus Flytraps in Pender County. The crime  became a felony Dec. 1, 2014 , and this was the first time the new law has been enforced as such in North Carolina.
31, Jan 2015 - Phoenix track coach gets 6 years for sex crimes
A private track and field coach who pleaded guilty to sex crimes involving a teenage girl is going to prison.
31, Jan 2015 - Supreme Court OKs inmate’s half-inch beard
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Tuesday unanimously struck down an Arkansas prison ban on inmate beards, a remarkable legal victory for a habitual offender turned devout Muslim who started off representing himself.
31, Jan 2015 - WV supreme court rejects man's claim he didn't intend to plead guilty to third offense drun
The state supreme court says Glen Tucker knew what he was doing when he accepted a plea deal for a drunk driving offense in Kanawha County, West Virginia.
31, Jan 2015 - Worker keeps big negligence award in Texas comp case
A Texas appellate court has affirmed a $5.3 million liability judgment against a Texas workers compensation nonsubscriber that was deemed negligent in the case of an injured employee.
31, Jan 2015 - Inmates could get truck driving training
A bill to help prisoners get training in truck driving, plumbing and other trades is now headed to the full Senate for consideration. by The Statehouse File By Ben Brown A bill to help prisoners get training in truck driving, plumbing and other trades is now headed to the full Senate for consideration.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
31, Jan 2015 - Convicted ex-probation boss can delay sentence for appeal
A federal appeals court says former Massachusetts Probation Commissioner John O'Brien and a former deputy convicted in a corruption case can delay their prison sentences during appeals.
31, Jan 2015 - Organizers cancel California crime victims rally over security concerns
An annual crime victims rally that has drawn law enforcement, governors and other dignitaries to the state Capitol has been canceled this year over worries about rising anti-police sentiment.
31, Jan 2015 - 'Mercy' for Bob McDonnell
It's not often that two years in prison is a win. Then again, it's not often that a former Virginia governor is found guilty of corruption. Bob McDonnell is the first holder of that office to be convicted on such charges, and he'll pay for it with 24 months in prison and then another 24 months of supervised release.
31, Jan 2015 - Privatised prison health care under fire
For-profit prison care raises questions about ceding public responsibilities to private companies.
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