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19, Dec 2014 - Three Plead Guilty to Drug, Gun Charges
Three of nine defendants charged with federal drug distribution conspiracy charges pled guilty Tuesday in the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia in Charlottesville.
19, Dec 2014 - Forensics expert testifies weapon used in Georgia and Fayetteville homicides
An aunt of defendant Cedric Theodis Hobbs Jr. portrayed her nephew in court Monday as a victim of a broken home who was, bumped from household to household and relative to relative.
19, Dec 2014 - Immigrants face major hurdles in signing up to new Obama plan
By Lawrence Hurley and Mica Rosenberg WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's televised address to the nation on Thursday may prove the easiest part of his controversial plan to relax U.S. immigration policy. Implementing it will be difficult and many people may never benefit, warn immigration lawyers. Sources close to the administration say Obama will announce that some parents ...
19, Dec 2014 - Judges with Pittsburgh ties enter race for Pa. Supreme Court
Two judges with strong Pittsburgh ties announced plans Monday to run for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, where a trio of vacancies is attracting a quickly ...
19, Dec 2014 - IDOC: Number of serious prison assaults are down
Despite a population increase in Illinois prisons -- in part because of the shuttering of numerous facilities two years ago -- the number of serious assaults across the system is down, a Department of Corrections spokesperson says. 
19, Dec 2014 - Los Angeles and San Francisco sue Uber, settle with Lyft
Uber’s week from hell continued Tuesday, as the offices of the Los Angeles and San Francisco district attorneys filed lawsuits suing the company for unlawful business practices. The entities settled with ...
19, Dec 2014 - LATEST: Blankenship released on $5M bond, pleads 'Not Guilty' to Upper Big Branch charges
An ex-top executive facing charges in the deadliest U.S. coal mine accident in four decades is headed to court. Former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship is scheduled for a first appearance Nov. 20 at 1 p.m. in Beckley.
19, Dec 2014 - Wisconsin court rules man properly committed for huffing gas
MADISON, Wis. -- A Marathon County judge properly forced a man into treatment for huffing gasoline, a state appeals court ruled Tuesday, rejecting his argument that gasoline doesn't qualify as a drug.
19, Dec 2014 - Godwin Lewis PC Names New Managing Shareholder and Promotes Two to Shareholder
DALLAS, Dec. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Texas trial and appellate law firm, Godwin Lewis PC has announced that Commercial Litigation attorney Robert C. Wiegand has been named Managing Shareholder and Chief Operating Officer of the Firm, and that Senior Attorneys Lon M. Loveless and Israel R. Silvas have been promoted to Shareholder. The appointment marks Mr. Wiegand's second term as Managing ...
19, Dec 2014 - Dairy Herd Management
Paul Trapp, left, and Pat Conroy judge the 2014 International Holstein Show. Both were asked to judge in 2015 as well, with Trapp taking the International Brown Swiss Show and Conroy placing the International Red & White Show.
19, Dec 2014 - Aztec commissioners adopt penalty assessment for texting-while-driving fine
AZTEC — Getting caught texting while driving in Aztec will no longer require a trip to court. On Tuesday, Aztec commissioners approved establishing the fine for illegally sending text messages while driving to $90 — a $61 fine plus $29 in court costs.
19, Dec 2014 - Seven charged in heroin bust
The Major Crimes Unit that includes law enforcement in Athens, Fairfield and Hocking counties executed a large heroin-related search and arrest warrant round-up late last week, resulting in charges against seven different people in Logan, northwest of Athens County.
19, Dec 2014 - AP Exclusive: Drugs in California jails spike amid effort to ease state prison overcrowding
Drug smuggling is up at many California county jails and one reason, sheriff's officials say, is that some parolees are getting arrested just so they can try to sneak narcotics behind bars.
19, Dec 2014 - Demand Intensifies for Nonprofit Immigration Lawyers
Immigration attorneys have helped mothers and children win asylum and are finding immigrants thought to be here illegally have paths to legal status.
19, Dec 2014 - Google Looks to Head off US Antitrust Lawsuit over Android
Google will try to persuade a U.S. judge on Thursday to dismiss an antitrust lawsuit over its Android smartphone operating system, as the Internet search company faces increased regulatory pressure from European authorities. The hearing in San Jose, California, federal court is over the lawsuit filed by two smartphone consumers who say Google Inc requires Android handset manufacturers such as ...
19, Dec 2014 - Texas to execute man who lawyers say is delusional
HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) — No one disputes that Scott Panetti — heavily armed, head shaved and wearing camouflage — shot and killed his in-laws at their Texas Hill Country home, showering his estranged wife and 3-year-old daughter in blood.
19, Dec 2014 - Time Machine: ‘Love is a fleeting thing at best ...’
(Second of two stories) CEDAR RAPIDS — Jury selection for the murder trial of Dr. Robert C. Rutledge of St. Louis began May 2, 1949, in a third floor courtroom of the Linn County Courthouse. In a trial that attracted national attention, presiding Judge J.E. Heiserman announced that the jury would be sequestered. The last jury to be isolated in Linn County had been in 1928. Rutledge, accused of ...
19, Dec 2014 - California court strikes down DNA collection law
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A California appeals court struck down a state law that requires the collection of DNA from anyone arrested on suspicion of committing a felony.
19, Dec 2014 - Alleged Serial Rapist Darren Sharper Indicted On Federal Charges
Yes, there are even more charges against Darren Sharper now. On top of those brought by a state grand jury in New Orleans , a federal grand jury also brought charges in district court against the former NFL safety last Friday. The federal charges aren't for rape but instead focus on the drugs that Sharper is accused of slipping into victims' drinks before allegedly assaulting them. Read more...
19, Dec 2014 - Texas Told To Reveal Execution Drug Maker
A judge on Friday morning ordered Texas to release the name of the compounding pharmacy that provides the lethal drugs which are used in state executions.
19, Dec 2014 - Los Angeles couple cleared in adopted daughter's death leave Qatar
A Los Angeles couple, cleared by a Qatari appeals court of wrongdoing in the 2013 death of their adopted daughter, headed back to the U.S. on Wednesday.
19, Dec 2014 - Girl details 'despicable' sex crimes at gang sentencing
She was 14 at the time, a runaway in Central Florida.
19, Dec 2014 - Jury find Monique Kitts, Karl Howard guilty in murder-for-hire trial
The two people on trial for an alleged murder-for-hire plot could learn their fates Thursday, as the jury is now deliberating the case.
19, Dec 2014 - No gay marriage licenses in Orange County, should stay be lifted
If the stay on gay marriages is lifted as a federal judge has ordered, Orange County's new Clerk of Courts says she will not issue licenses to same sex couples.
19, Dec 2014 - Lawter & Associates PLLC Announces Best and Worst Fishermen in 2014 The Last Bass Tournament
The Oklahoma City and Tulsa personal injury law firm is proud to sponsor the annual fishing tournament. (PRWeb November 19, 2014) Read the full story at
19, Dec 2014 - US Appeals Court deems gun law unconstitutional
A federal appeals court in Cincinnati deemed a law unconstitutional that kept a Michigan man who was committed to a mental institution from owning a gun.
19, Dec 2014 - Missouri Supreme Court won't hear syllabi case
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri Supreme Court will not hear a public records lawsuit filed by an education advocacy group that wanted access to professors' copies of course outlines.
19, Dec 2014 - Executions, new death sentences continue to fall nationwide
WASHINGTON — Executions and new death sentences dropped to their lowest numbers in decades in 2014, an anti-death penalty group said in a new report.
19, Dec 2014 - Rep. Steve Riggs says KY law could remove SE Bullitt Fire Chief
State law says an elected firefighter trustee may be removed from office by the County Judge Executive for inefficiency, neglect of duty, malfeasance or conflict of interest.
19, Dec 2014 - Defendants sentenced in phony parts scheme
A judge has handed out federal prison sentences and ordered an Oregon defense contractor to pay $5 million in restitution in a case that involved the sale of millions of dollars worth of phony parts for attack helicopters and military vehicles to the U.S. government.
19, Dec 2014 - New Orleans man pleads guilty to selling redfish, speckled trout, other game fish
A New Orleans man pleaded guilty Tuesday to illegally selling a host of inshore fish to undercover agents with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. Paul Haptonstall, 35, was fined $3,730 by Municipal Court judge Desiree Charbonnet, and received...
19, Dec 2014 - N.Y. state court rejects hate crime conviction in transgender murder
By Daniel Wiessner ALBANY, N.Y. (Reuters) - New York's top court said prosecutors seeking to convict the killer of a transgender woman can press for a new trial after losing on Monday their appeal to reinstate his conviction and 25-year sentence for what they said was a hate crime. Dwight DeLee, who was accused of shooting and killing Lateisha Green in Syracuse in 2008 while shouting homophobic ...
19, Dec 2014 - Royal Bank of Canada hit with $35m penalty
A federal court Thursday ordered Royal Bank of Canada to pay a steep $35 million penalty for three years of anti-competitive practices while trading in U.S. commodities markets. Click to Continue »
19, Dec 2014 - Chokehold case stirs debate on special prosecutors
NEW YORK (AP) — After a police officer wasn't indicted in a fatal chokehold caught on video, some officials are reviving calls to entrust such cases to special prosecutors, rather than local district attorneys.
19, Dec 2014 - Scaife trust fund battle begins in court conference
The Pennsylvania attorney general’s office is watching the Scaife trust fund fight in an effort to safeguard late billionaire publisher Richard Mellon Scaife’s vast gifts to foundations.
19, Dec 2014 - ICE Smartphone App Leads to Arrest of Fugitive Child Predator
A federal fugitive since 2009, who was listed on a smartphone app created by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), made his initial appearance in federal court Monday after his arrest Wednesday on charges of sexually exploiting children.
19, Dec 2014 - Accused Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev speaks in federal court
The Boston Marathon bombing suspect, in his first court appearance in more than a year, told a judge on Thursday that he was satisfied with his lawyers' preparations for the January start of his trial over the deadly 2013 attack.
19, Dec 2014 - State Supreme Court to hear Citizen’s Voice $3.5 million defamation case appeal
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal in a $3.5 million defamation case against The Citizen's Voice newspaper over stories published 13 years ago.
19, Dec 2014 - Falls drug dealer sentenced to a year in jail
LOCKPORT – Wayne Payne Sr., 57, of Michigan Avenue, Niagara Falls, who sold crack cocaine to an undercover police officer last year, was sentenced to a year in the Niagara County Jail Thursday by County Judge Sara Sheldon Farkas.
19, Dec 2014 - After 90-year old is arrested, Florida judge halts law that restricts feeding the homeless
It is no longer illegal to feed the homeless in Fort Lauderdale. For now, anyway. On Tuesday, a Florida circuit court judge temporarily halted a controversial ordinance that restricts charities from feeding the homeless in public.
19, Dec 2014 - Ex-dock worker sentenced for bonus extortion plot
Federal prosecutors say a former longshoreman is headed to prison for conspiring to shaking down fellow union members for Christmas bonus payments.
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