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30, Oct 2014 - Racer/kingpin Randy Lanier is a free man
Randy Thomas Lanier lived in the biggest house in Sumter County, Florida. The problem is, he had to share that house with 3,100 other men. Until today, Randy Lanier’s home was the Federal Correctional Complex of Coleman, one of the largest federal prisons in the country. All told, there are about 7,200 inmates, but less than half of those are, like Lanier, living in maximum ... Keep reading
30, Oct 2014 - Officials talk recycling at intergovernmental meeting
During the quarterly intergovernmental council meeting in Harrisburg Tuesday, County Judge Charles Nix and Jamie Wright with East Arkansas Planning and Development District (EAPDD) spoke at length...
30, Oct 2014 - Two vie for 49th Circuit Court judgeship
Two candidates are in the running to serve as 49th Circuit Court judge. Evart resident Kimberly Booher and Big Rapids resident Eric Williams are the two candidates. The Cadillac News sent both candidates questions to give voters a better idea who they are and where they stand on certain issues.
30, Oct 2014 - Anne Arundel courts soon to plug in to e-filing
A Maryland Judiciary project to enable attorneys and litigants to file claims electronically in trial courts will begin Oct. 14 in Anne Arundel County, pending a vote by the state’s top court Thursday in Annapolis.
30, Oct 2014 - California agrees to end policy that segregated inmates by race after riots
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California officials agreed Wednesday to end a policy in which it segregated prison inmates after riots based on their race as a way to prevent further violence.
30, Oct 2014 - Teen fence gets long prison term
COLDWATER — Internet fence and leader of a gang of teenaged thieves Salomon Machuca Jr. will serve 38 months to 10 years in prison after Branch County Circuit Judge Bill O’Grady gave him two prior chances to avoid going there.
30, Oct 2014 - New lawyer appointed in Jerry Lard appeal case
A man convicted in the murder of a Trumann police officer made a brief appearance in a Harrisburg courtroom Tuesday for a Rule 37.5 hearing, which is a special hearing for individuals sentenced to death in Arkansas.
30, Oct 2014 - Muncie man says he didn't know of deadly abuse
A Muncie man cried as he testified in court that he didn't know what he could have done to stop his wife from fatally abusing her young Haitian cousin.
30, Oct 2014 - Indiana's high court to hear IBM welfare case
A dispute between the state of Indiana and IBM over the company's failed attempt to privatize Indiana's welfare services is headed before the state Supreme Court.
30, Oct 2014 - Tracie Nininger retains attorney, due back in court October 29
Tracie Nininger did not appear in court for an attorney advisement hearing Tuesday morning in Roanoke.
30, Oct 2014 - Personnel
Three Jenkins Fenstermaker attorneys recognized
30, Oct 2014 - U.S. Appeals Court Blocks Portion of North Carolina Voting Law
A federal appeals court has struck down parts of North Carolina’s strict new voting law in advance of next month’s elections, ruling that they are likely to disenfranchise black voters.
30, Oct 2014 - Life sentence for US man who shot teen over loud music
Miami (AFP) - A Florida man who fatally shot a black teenager during an argument over loud music was sentenced Friday to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
30, Oct 2014 - UPDATE: Retrial Continued For Quintuple Murder Suspect In Garland CO
Samuel Conway, convicted in the 2009 shooting deaths of five people, is getting a new trial next week.
30, Oct 2014 - A look back: The Susan Smith case
It was a crime that put the small town of Union, South Carolina, on the map for all the wrong reasons. That is where the story of Susan Smith began to unravel 20 years ago. 
30, Oct 2014 - MS-13 gang member gets life in prison
A member of a violent international street gang was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday for his role in a killing in metro Atlanta.
30, Oct 2014 - African immigrant gets 7 years in DC child abuse
WASHINGTON (AP) - A man from the African nation of Eritrea has been sentenced to seven years in prison for sexually abusing an 11-year-old girl in the District of Columbia. Twenty-six-year-old Abraham Ayele-Sium was sentenced Wednesday in federal court in Washington after pleading guilty to second-degree child abuse ...
30, Oct 2014 - Lawyers: Immigrant detainees sexually abused
Women detained at an immigrant holding facility in southern Texas allege workers there have sexually abused them, including by removing them from their cells at night for sex as well as fondling them in front of others, lawyers wrote in a letter to federal officials this week.
30, Oct 2014 - Nevada, MO, Woman Pleads Guilty to Failure to Pay Over Employees' Payroll Taxes
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that the owner of a Nevada, Mo., business pleaded guilty in federal court today to failing to pay over more than $357,000 in federal taxes.Dana L. Thompson Cavener, 51, of Nevada, waived her right to a grand jury and pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge M. Douglas Harpool to failure to ...
30, Oct 2014 - Jury Trial: Former UWS student vs. Cloquet hospital/doctor
Cloquet, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- A jury is expected to decide whether a former University of Wisconsin Superior student from Pakistan should be awarded $75,000 dollars in a lawsuit.
30, Oct 2014 - County Jail prepares space for state inmates
In March 2010, Vernal's Uintah County Public Safety Complex opened its doors after two years of construction on the three-story 170,000-square-foot facility.
30, Oct 2014 - David Camm: 1 year after acquittal
Friday marked one year since a jury handed down a not guilty verdict in David Camm's third murder trial.
30, Oct 2014 - Five real estate investors indicted in bid rigging scheme in San Mateo, San Francisco counties
Five real estate investors accused of rigging bids at foreclosure auctions in San Francisco and San Mateo County have been indicted in federal court in San Francisco, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
30, Oct 2014 - Federal agents posed as computer technicians to collect evidence in sports betting probe, lawyers s
WASHINGTON – Federal agents turned off Internet access to three luxury villas at a Las Vegas hotel then impersonated repair technicians to surreptitiously get inside and collect evidence in an investigation of online sports betting, according to defense lawyers challenging the practice.
30, Oct 2014 - Entertainment around town
A rundown of entertainment in North Platte and Lincoln County. Movies at the Platte River Mall include: “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day,” “Dracula Untold,” “The Judge,” “Left Behind,” “Gone Girl,” and “Annabelle.”
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 - Woman on Parole Is Charged With Stealing Liquor
A woman who is on parole in several prior felony cases is back in jail on a new charge.
30, Oct 2014 - DUBLIN — Sinn Fein party leader Gerry Adams denied new accusations Thursday that he concealed chi
MILAN — An Italian appeals court says former premier Silvio Berlusconi couldn’t be found guilty of paying for sex with a minor in 2010 because he appears to have been unaware of the Moroccan teen’s age. The court on Thursday issued its lengthy...
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 - A dip to remember
Panglao Island, Bohol — To immortalize the memory of the Boholanos who died in the 7.2-magnitude earthquake, raise public awareness on climate change issues, and promote a healthy lifestyle, a Bol-anon lawyer from the Commission on Elections in Tubigon is set to swim 11 kilometers non-stop in open water between two Bohol islands. A first in Bohol’s history, Attorney Ingemar Patiño Macarine ...
30, Oct 2014 - Man who dove from fixture second inmate to die at Utah State Prison in 7 days
DRAPER, Utah – An inmate died Saturday at the Utah State Prison after jumping head-first from a fixture in his cell, and the man is the second inmate to die at the prison in the last seven days. According to a press release from prison officials, 22-year-old Ryan P. Allison was observed banging his head […]
30, Oct 2014 - Joan Orie Melvin won’t serve sentence while appealing conviction
Former Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin can’t pick and choose parts of her sentence on public corruption charges, the state’s highest court ruled ...
30, Oct 2014 - A look at marijuana laws in Latin America
Here's a look at the status of marijuana laws in some countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. - ARGENTINA: Personal possession of marijuana was decriminalized under a 2009 Supreme Court ruling that jail time for small amounts of drugs violates Argentina's constitution. Although the ruling only referred ...
30, Oct 2014 - Texas fighter convicted of murder, gets 28 years
GALVESTON, Texas (AP) — A mixed martial arts fighter in Southeast Texas has been sentenced to 28 years in prison for the 2011 fatal shooting of a man on a bicycle after the pair argued. The Galveston County Daily News (http://bit.ly/1nArICk ) reports prosecutors accused Garcia of hunting down Flowers after the two Galveston men had a run-in the previous day.
30, Oct 2014 - Deceptive text message case against Wellington man settled
ELYRIA – A Wellington man has reached a settlement with Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine to end a lawsuit accusing him of sending deceptive text messages to people. Darren Sizemore will pay $9,800 in penalties and damages under the terms of the agreement announced Thursday by DeWine’s office. An additional $17,600 in civil penalties was Read More... The post Deceptive text message case against ...
30, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court issues decision in McDaniel versus Cochran
The Mississippi Supreme Court has upheld Special Judge Hollis McGehee's decision dismissing Chris McDaniel's challenge to the June 24 runoff election. McDaniel lost that election to Senator Thad Cochran by more than seven thousand votes.
30, Oct 2014 - Pilot funding returns arts to California prisons
Christopher Bisbano leaps onto the stage and his body transforms: He cries out for his true love, and then contorts his face into a droopy pout as the audience bellows with laughter.
30, Oct 2014 - Spinal surgery patients file lawsuits alleging counterfeit hardware was implanted in their spines
More than two dozen lawsuits were filed in Los Angeles Superior Court Friday against a former hospital executive and a collection of his business partners that allege the group was behind counterfeit screws and hardware used in spinal surgeries at various Southern California hospitals.
30, Oct 2014 - State appeals court issues ruling on marriages between certain relatives
A ruling has been made in the New York State Court of Appeals on a case filed by a couple in Rochester in 2000...
30, Oct 2014 - Who is Pam Bondi? Florida Attorney General Fights To Keep Gay Marriage Ban
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi made headlines Friday when she asked the state to keep its ban on same-sex marriage until the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals rules on its constitutionality.
30, Oct 2014 - Pflueger sentenced to 7 months for Ka Loko dam break
Retired auto dealer James Pflueger was sentenced in Lihue Wednesday for the 2006 Ka Loko dam break.
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