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02, Oct 2014 - Suspended SC speaker to have bond hearing Monday
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Suspended House Speaker Bobby Harrell is expected in court next week for a bond hearing on misdemeanor charges that he misused his office for personal gain and lied to law enforcement about his campaign expenses, prosecutors announced Friday. In a news release, Solicitor David ...
02, Oct 2014 - Terror plotter Jose Padilla gets new 21-year prison sentence; judges said 1st term too lenient
Jose Padilla, center, in Jan. 2006. MIAMI — Convicted terrorism plotter Jose Padilla was handed a new prison sentence Tuesday of 21 years after a federal appeals court ruled his original 17-year sentence was too lenient.
02, Oct 2014 - Push to acquire Oliver Estate gaining momentum
MIDDLEBORO — Middleboro history buffs already know the significance of Oliver Estate built by British loyalist Judge Peter Oliver in 1762 on Plymouth Street, and with the help of a group of Middleboro residents, including selectman Leilani Dalpe,...
02, Oct 2014 - Baron and Budd Named to Inaugural America’s Elite Trial Lawyers List by The National Law Journal
The law firm of Baron and Budd was recently named to America’s Elite Trial Lawyers by legal publication The National Law Journal in partnership with Law.com. The list is comprised
02, Oct 2014 - Nagin due to report to federal prison in Texarkana Monday
Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin is due to to report to the Texarkana Federal Correction Institution Monday to serve a 10-year sentence on corruption charges.
02, Oct 2014 - New bid to keep oyster farm open goes to court
A new legal battle by a coalition of farmers, restaurateurs and others to keep the Drakes Bay Oyster Co.
02, Oct 2014 - Former CHP officer's conviction of lewd act stricken on appeal
A federal appeals court has overturned the conviction of a former California Highway Patrol lieutenant found guilty of attempting a lewd act on a child. Stephen Robert Deck, 54, was sentenced to a year in jail and five years’ probation in 2009...
02, Oct 2014 - Correctional officers fired in wake of inmate's death
32 prison guards, including several from Southwest Florida, were fired Friday after a months long investigation into prison brutality across the state.
02, Oct 2014 - Court of Appeals to convene at PRCC, USM and MSU
AROUND MISSISSIPPI — The Mississippi Court of Appeals will begin its fall schedule of college campus visits Sept. 24 at the Poplarville campus of Pearl River Community College.
02, Oct 2014 - Va. Beach concert promoter sent to prison for fraud
Investors thought they were buying into the glitzy concert-promotion business, with marquee artists including Jay-Z, Beyonce and Prince. Instead, they got bilked out of nearly $1 million by a Virginia Beach concert promoter who is now headed to federal prison.
02, Oct 2014 - Ex-football star Reche Caldwell pleads guilty to drug charges
A former NFL, University of Florida and Jefferson High School athlete could face 20 years in prison after he pleaded guilty Thursday to drug charges, U.S. Attorney A. Lee Bentley III said.
02, Oct 2014 - Florida city reverses ban on saggy pants that threatened jail time
Saggy pants are a fashion choice and not a police concern, a Florida city has decided.
02, Oct 2014 - Senator: Drop nomination of controversial judge
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama's controversial selection of Michael Boggs to become a federal judge in Georgia lacks enough votes to survive and the nomination should be withdrawn, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee said Monday in what amounts to a rare rebuff of the president from his own party.
02, Oct 2014 - Man's convictions upheld in his parents' deaths
The Indiana Court of Appeals has upheld the murder convictions of an eastern Indiana man convicted of killing his parents.
02, Oct 2014 - Fulfilling spree killer’s request would cost over $120G in travel
An attorney for the U.S. Marshals Service informed a federal judge in Boston yesterday that it will cost taxpayers more than $120,240 to grant homesick spree killer Gary Lee Sampson’s request to return to death row in Terre Haute, Ind., from a North Carolina hoosegow, only to be flown back to Boston to be retried to face the death penalty. The Herald reported in August that Sampson, 55, of ...
02, Oct 2014 - Former Richmond Megachurch Pastor's Sex Abuse Trial Set for Nov.10
The sexual assault trial of former Richmond Outreach Center pastor Geronimo "Pastor G" Aguilar is set to begin on Nov. 10 in Tarrant County, Texas.
02, Oct 2014 - Man convicted of murder of black teenager in loud rap music dispute
Michael Dunn, a middle-aged computer programmer from Florida, faces life in prison after pulling a gun on 17-year-old Jordan Davis after he refused to turn his music down
02, Oct 2014 - Harding in custody after manhunt that closed Skidmore
Shane Harding muttered as State Police escorted him into North Greenbush Town Court Wednesday night, cursing them and everyone else in the courtroom. "I'll give the audience a good show," said the 25-year-old Schodack man. Harding stood handcuffed and surrounded by police as town Judge Stephanie Piel sent him to Rensselaer County Jail without bail and put orders of protection in place for his ...
02, Oct 2014 - Is it a crime to raise a killer?
In Clayton, New Jersey, the father of a 12-year-old victim is suing the mother of her 15-year-old killer, accusing her of being a bad parent. "If that boy’s parents had acted differently my daughter would be alive today,” the victim's father says. “So tell me how this is not their fault.”
02, Oct 2014 - The Village of Kidville
Driving down Franklin Avenue, the usual Garden City hubs stand out with familiar logos and signage that tell you to stop and shop. Now there's a familyfocused place to spent time in the village, courtesy of a bright mind that recognized a need previously unmet in the area.
02, Oct 2014 - Judge Orders Mediation Between Reynoldsburg Parent, District, Union
A Reynoldsburg parent filed a lawsuit against the Reynoldsburg City School District.
02, Oct 2014 - NC court candidates talk experience, fairness
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Two recent targets of hard-knuckled ads in their run for North Carolina Supreme Court seats said Wednesday they're worried big outside money is harming the public's perception of the courts and discouraging potential future candidates.
02, Oct 2014 - Psych Hospital Won’t Treat Franklin Regional Stabbing Suspect
A psychiatric hospital has cited security concerns in its decision to refuse treatment to a teenager awaiting trial on charges he stabbed 20 fellow students and a security guard at his high school.
02, Oct 2014 - Republican Attorney General candidate has voter registration revoked
(KATV)- Republican attorney general candidate Leslie Rutledge had her voter registration removed by the Pulaski County clerk Tuesday, according to a letter he sent to her.
02, Oct 2014 - Man gets over 100 years for sexually abusing 5 boys
BATAVIA — A 45-year-old western New York man has been sentenced to more than 100 years in prison for molesting five boys under age 13.
02, Oct 2014 - Knox County DA's office cracking down on criminal gang activity
Knox County's District Attorney General's Office is one of the top in the state for using enhanced penalties for crimes committed by gang members even though Knoxville doesn't have quite the same level of crime as other big cities in the state. 
02, Oct 2014 - Appeals court decides against same-sex marriage bans in Wisconsin, Indiana
The ruling from the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals moves the number of states same-sex marriage will be legal from 19 to 21
02, Oct 2014 - Woman who spent more than 30 years in prison after Reno killing released, will get new trial
RENO, Nev. — A 64-year-old woman who spent more than 30 years in prison for a Nevada killing she says she didn't commit was released on Thursday, three days after a judge granted her another trial in light of new DNA evidence.
02, Oct 2014 - Jayru Campbell jailed just hours after being released from jail for assaulting girlfriend
Former Cass Tech High School quarterback Jayru Campbell was detained by Detroit Public School police today after apparently choking his girlfriend at a Cass Tech football game.
02, Oct 2014 - Inmate-made products to be showcased at Springfield open house
SPRINGFIELD - Starting Wednesday, products made by prison inmates in Illinois will be displayed in Springfield.
02, Oct 2014 - Daughter Testifies At Fort Smith Murder Trial
Times Record File Photo / A Fort Smith police officer walks homicide suspect Kevyphonh Sounyaphong, 59, to the Sebastian County Detention Center, Monday Aug. 19, 2013.
02, Oct 2014 - Perry asks to miss court date, cites overseas trip
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Attorneys for indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry asked Monday that the Republican be allowed to skip his next court appearance because he'll be out the country — and that he not be forced to attend subsequent pretrial hearings where no evidence is presented.
02, Oct 2014 - Bankruptcy judge OKs $2.9M W.Va. spill settlement
A federal bankruptcy judge in West Virginia has approved a $2.9 million settlement to benefit 300,000 people whose water was contaminated in a January chemical spill. Judge Ronald Pearson filed the order ...
02, Oct 2014 - As pressure increases over inmate deaths, prison head fires 32 guards
Thirty-two guards with the Florida Department of Corrections were fired Friday afternoon in what union officials were calling a “Friday night massacre.” All were accused of criminal wrongdoing or misconduct in connection with the deaths of inmates at four state prisons.
02, Oct 2014 - Police Investigation Into Toomey Arrest
Corpus Christ Police Chief Floyd Simpson provided a statement Friday evening regarding the treatment and death of 63-year old Sammuel Toomey, the man who confessed to shooting and killing three people Sunday at the Marina Village Park in Flour Bluff.Footage of Toomey's arrest was made public following the news conference.Toomey was found dead in his Nueces County Jail cell just after midnight ...
02, Oct 2014 - South Carolina dad accused of killing his 5 children was ex-con
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — The South Carolina man accused of killing his five children and dumping their bodies in Alabama was an ex-convict who went on a crime spree more than a decade ago in Illinois, prison documents and a family member confirmed Thursday.
02, Oct 2014 - Man gets 30-year term for Oregon bomb plot
One thousand, four hundred and six days after he screamed "God is great" while police officers dragged him into a waiting van, a young Somali American was sentenced to 30 years in prison for plotting to detonate a bomb.
02, Oct 2014 - Jury convicts 3 in salmonella poisoning trial in Georgia
ALBANY, Ga. — A seven-week trial ended Friday with a federal jury convicting three people in connection with an outbreak of salmonella poisoning five years ago that sickened hundreds of people and was linked to a number of deaths.
02, Oct 2014 - Kansas court says Democrats need not provide nominee for US Senate race
KANSAS CITY, Mo.-A three-judge panel in Topeka ruled Wednesday that Kansas Democrats need not nominate a candidate for the 2014 Senate race. Click to Continue »
02, Oct 2014 - WeissLaw LLP Announces Class Action Lawsuit Against Covidien plc
NEW YORK, Oct. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- WeissLaw LLP announces that it filed a class action lawsuit on August 26, 2014, in the U.S. District Court, Southern District Of Massachusetts (the "Court"), on behalf of the shareholders of Covidien plc ("Covidien") (COV) against Covidien, and its...
02, Oct 2014 - Paul Oliver's family sues NFL over his suicide
The wife and sons of former San Diego Chargers defensive back Paul Oliver sued the NFL for wrongful death, blaming sports-related concussions for his suicide last year.
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