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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
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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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18, Sep 2014 - AM Roundup: Detroit Bankruptcy Trial Kicks Off; Insider Traders Face Longer Sentences; Uber v. Germ
AM Roundup: Law Blog rounds up the morning's news.
18, Sep 2014 - Texas executes woman for fatally starving, torturing girlfriend's nine-year-old son
A Texas woman convicted of the starvation and torture death of her girlfriend's 9-year-old son a decade ago was executed Wednesday evening.
18, Sep 2014 - Baker man gets 70 months in prison for stabbing
A Baker City man will spend the next 70 months in prison for stabbing another man in the shoulder multiple times during an argument in early June.
18, Sep 2014 - District Court for Aug. 19
District Justice Little The following cases were administered by Magisterial District Judge Tony Little: Heriberto Garcia, 1325 Kittatinny St.
18, Sep 2014 - Charges against rabbi and 2 sons thrown out by Cook County judge
A Cook County judge dismissed felony theft charges Wednesday against the former head of a historic Uptown synagogue and his two sons, saying prosecutors had failed to prove that the three stole more than $17,000 in donations.
18, Sep 2014 - Judge delays sentencing hearing for Charlotte ex-Mayor Patrick Cannon
A federal judge has agreed to delay the sentencing of former Charlotte Mayor Patrick Cannon until Oct. 14.
18, Sep 2014 - Wausau man pleads no contest in dismemberment slaying
Wausau, Wis. — A Wisconsin man has pleaded no contest to a homicide charge after being found competent to stand trial on charges of fatally shooting and dismembering a Minnesota man.
18, Sep 2014 - Judges blast Indiana, Wisconsin gay marriage bans
Federal appeals judges bristled on Tuesday at arguments defending gay marriage bans in Indiana and Wisconsin, with one Republican appointee comparing them to now-defunct laws that once outlawed weddings between blacks and whites.
18, Sep 2014 - Judge in Colorado theater massacre case allows ballistics evidence
By Keith Coffman DENVER (Reuters) - A judge overseeing murder proceedings against accused Colorado movie theater gunman James Holmes ruled on Wednesday that evidence linking bullet fragments and shell casings to weapons belonging to Holmes will be allowed at trial. Samour heard testimony last week on a similar defense challenge to fingerprint analysis testimony.
18, Sep 2014 - Woman pleads guilty in theft from lawyer’s office
ST. CHARLES TOWNSHIP – A woman accused of stealing more than $150,000 from a St. Charles law firm pleaded guilty Thursday.
18, Sep 2014 - Reform of guidelines for drug sentences backed
By Michael Norton and Andy Metzger State House News Service BOSTON -- Candidates for major offices this year in Massachusetts are backing the repeal or reform of mandatory minimum criminal sentences for drug offenses, according to a report
18, Sep 2014 - Appleton Personal Injury Lawyer Recognized as Top 40 Under 40
Appleton personal injury lawyer Kristen S. Knutson has been named a Top 40 Under 40 lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers organization. (PRWeb September 18, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/appleton-personal-injury/attorney-kristen-knutson/prweb12181515.htm
18, Sep 2014 - Overview of the U.S. Supreme Court’s October 2014 Term
The Supreme Court of the United States begins its next term on October 6, 2014. The 2013 term featured a number of hot-button issues: campaign finance restrictions, racial preferences, pro-life speech outside abortion clinics, unions, legislative prayer, and a challenge to Obamacare’s Health and Human Services (HHS) mandate.
18, Sep 2014 - Mercer man get life in prison for 2011 murder
MERCER COUNTY (WVVA) One of four people charged in a 2011 murder in Mercer County is sentenced to life in prison with mercy.Chad Hylton, 38, also received...
18, Sep 2014 - Supreme Court edits opinion in parole dispute
The Michigan Supreme Court has changed the last sentence of a June opinion, an edit that could lead to the release of a prison inmate in an unusual case about the powers of governors.
18, Sep 2014 - Louisiana ruling breaks pro-gay marriage streak
A federal judge upheld Louisiana's ban on same-sex marriages on Wednesday, as well as the state's refusal to recognize gay marriages legally performed in other states.
18, Sep 2014 - The seedy side of Helena
Wherever people gather in community, there will be crime. Crime comes in waves, the tides often pushed by economic forces, sometimes by envy and quite often, especially in incidents of violence, by alcohol.
18, Sep 2014 - Christie: NJ casinos, tracks can offer sports betting
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie issued a directive Monday allowing his state's casinos and racetracks to immediately offer sports betting without fear of criminal or civil li
18, Sep 2014 - Cardinals player released from jail amid domestic violence allegations
Phoenix Police say Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer was arrested on suspicion of aggravated assault. He was released from jail around 5 a.m. on Thursday morning on a $25,000 bond.
18, Sep 2014 - Husband, wife face prostitution charges for her alleged liasions at their Beaver Dam duplex
District Attorney Kurt Klomberg said 11 men also were charged with a total of 29 counts relating to prostitution activities.
18, Sep 2014 - Mesothelioma Victims Center Fears Most US Navy Veterans Or Industrial Workers Who Have Been Diagnos
WASHINGTON, Sept. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mesothelioma Victims Center is convinced the majority of US Navy Veterans, industrial, construction, or manufacturing workers who will be diagnosed with mesothelioma this year will shortchanged when it comes to financial compensation for this very rare form of cancer because they hired the wrong lawyer or law firm to advance a compensation claim. If ...
18, Sep 2014 - Former inmate suing Oregon for nearly $50K
A 32-year-old former inmate who claims he injured his knee while climbing down from his prison bunk bed is suing the state of Oregon for $49,637.
18, Sep 2014 - Snapshots: Debate, rosary crusade, rummage sale
Trial lawyer, prof to debate Constitution
18, Sep 2014 - Louisiana ban on same sex marriages upheld in federal court
After a cascade of federal courts across the country striking down same sex marriage bans, Federal Judge Martin Feldman made a different stand from his New Orleans courtroom, upholding Louisiana's ban on gay marriage and determining that the state does not have to recognize same sex marriages legally obtained in other states. 
18, Sep 2014 - Election countdown: From governor to high court, 5 things for Michigan voters to watch
Associated Press - LANSING — The final two months of campaigning in Michigan will determine if Republicans continue their four-year control of state government and who will succeed U.S. Sen. Carl Levin, a retiring Democrat who has held his seat for nearly 36 years. Five things to watch: 1. SNYDER NO SHOO-IN No first-term incumbent Michigan governor has lost re-election in a half-century. While ...
18, Sep 2014 - Report: Oregon faces one of the worst juvenile crime problems in the nation
Should teen offenders be let out on field trips? The Washington County teen accused of raping a woman outside Autzen Stadium last weekend was participating in a program that stresses alternatives to putting juvenile offenders under lock and key. But the On Your Side Investigators uncovered reports that show such alternatives have been called into question.
18, Sep 2014 - Abraham court date for DUI charge delayed
Cardinals linebacker John Abraham was expected to appear in front of a judge in a suburban Atlanta court Wednesday but his court date on a June DUI charge was pushed back.
18, Sep 2014 - Florida sheriff accused of allowing inmates furloughs, including motel encounters with women
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The Gadsden County sheriff was accused Tuesday of allowing inmates — including violent felons — out of jail without court permission for short periods so they could visit with family or meet girlfriends in motel rooms.
18, Sep 2014 - Georgia's top ethics officer fired
Georgia's top ethics commission official has been fired five days after a judge sanctioned her for withholding documents in a whistleblower lawsuit. The state ethics commission today unanimously voted to part ways with Executive Director Holly LaBerge, ending an embattled tenure marred by lawsuits and allegations of giving in to external pressure from Gov. Nathan Deal's office.… [ Read more ...
18, Sep 2014 - A roadblock for possible oil company lawsuit
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A letter from Louisiana's attorney general appears to throw up at least a temporary roadblock for a parish that is considering lawsuits against oil and gas companies over coastal damage.
18, Sep 2014 - Central Florida Residents Arrested for Medicaid Fraud
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—Attorney General Pam Bondi’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, the Apopka Police Department, and the Winter Springs Police Department today arrested Anayanzi Carrington-Simpson, Danyel Hancock, Shanqual Marshall-Gunn, and Kristina Mineo for Medicaid fraud.
18, Sep 2014 - R.I. Man Pleads Guilty To Hartford Robbery
White River Junction — A Rhode Island man was sentenced this week to 12 years in prison for robbing three banks — including People’s United Bank in White River Junction — within 22 days, federal prosecutors in Rhode Island reported Tuesday.
18, Sep 2014 - Racial profiling trial of NC sheriff winds down
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — The federal trial of a North Carolina sheriff accused of illegally targeting Latino drivers is nearing its close. Final arguments are expected Friday at the trial of Alamance County Sheriff Terry S. Johnson.
18, Sep 2014 - 3 Lawyers Get MacArthur ‘Genius’ Grants: Business of Law
Three lawyers are among the 21 people named this year’s MacArthur Fellows. Each will receive a “no-strings-attached” award of $625,000, to be paid out over five years by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
18, Sep 2014 - Kentucky Supreme Court denies review of Jessamine County residents' lawsuit
The state Supreme Court will not review a 2013 appeals court decision against northern Jessamine County residents seeking reimbursement of fire-subdistrict taxes.
18, Sep 2014 - Man apologizes for drug-filled football toss
A Michigan man is apologizing for trying to throw a football loaded with drugs and cellphones into a state prison yard.
18, Sep 2014 - Texas man sentenced for sexual assault of child
An East Texas man has been sentenced to three 99-year prison sentences for sexually abusing a 14-year-old female relative.
18, Sep 2014 - Man sentenced for selling heroin that led to fatal overdose
A Covington man was sentenced to 20 years in prison Thursday for selling heroin that ultimately led to the death of one of his customers.
18, Sep 2014 - Parents: Cell phone video shows brutal attack on daughter
A fight between two girls at an Ascension Parish Middle School went before a parish judge on Monday. The victim's parents said cell phone video shows a brutal premeditated attack on their daughter.
18, Sep 2014 - Federal district judge upholds Louisiana ban on gay marriage
By Jonathan Kaminsky NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - A federal district court judge in New Orleans upheld a Louisiana ban on gay marriage on Wednesday, in a break from a string of recent rulings against such bans in other states following a key U.S. The decision is the first by a federal judge to uphold a state gay marriage ban since the nation's top court last year struck down a federal benefits law ...
18, Sep 2014 - Woman sentenced in check-forging case
A north Mississippi woman has been sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty to forging checks of two elderly residents of an assisted living facility in New Albany. The state attorney general's office said in a news release that 40-year-old Kimberly Gilleylen also was ordered to pay restitution of pay $1,570. She was sentenced Tuesday by Union County Circuit Court Judge Robert W ...
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