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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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30, Sep 2014 - Matagorda Island Gas Operations Files for Bankruptcy
(Corrects debt and asset figures provided in court filing from second paragraph of story published yesterday. Attorneys for company submitted new documents with corrected amounts.)
30, Sep 2014 - Suit Halts Seward Coal Loading
A federal court ruling earlier this [september] month has temporarily stopped work at the Seward Coal Facility, and now the state is getting involved in the issue.
30, Sep 2014 - Infamous NFL bust sentenced
Ex-NFL QB Ryan Leaf sentenced to 5 years in prison
30, Sep 2014 - Waynesville Man Sentenced For Bank Robbery
A man from Waynesville will spend 12 years in prison for stealing $1,100 from a bank in St. Robert.
30, Sep 2014 - Legal fees vary tremendously across state, survey finds
LANSING — So, you need a lawyer. If you’re in Kent County, expect to pay about $298 an hour, on average. If you’re in Ottawa County, expect to pay about $278. Go to St. Joseph County, and it’s $230.
30, Sep 2014 - Feds terminate parole for Addam Swapp of infamous standoff
SALT LAKE CITY — The federal courts have quietly ended supervised release for Addam Swapp, convicted of his role in the 1988 bombing of an LDS Church and a standoff. In a filing over the weekend, U.S. District Court Judge Bruce Jenkins ordered that Swapp no longer be supervised and his case terminated. Read the […]
30, Sep 2014 - Ohio asks US Supreme Court to delay voting order
FILE - In this Nov. 5, 2012, file photo, voters wait in line outside the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections in Cleveland on the final day of early voting.
30, Sep 2014 - Willow Hill man in court for 2012 Franklin County assault
CHAMBERSBURG >> A Willow Hill man is facing aggravated assault charges at Franklin County Courthouse on Tuesday, after allegedly tampering with a witness and assaulting a woman in 2012.
30, Sep 2014 - Coventry tennis coach killer's life sentence overturned
Florida teenager who was jailed for life without parole for the murder of Earlsdon tennis coach Shawn Tyson will be resentenced after Supreme Court ruling
30, Sep 2014 - Texas jury starts deliberations in ‘black widow’ murder trial
By Marice Richter FORT WORTH Texas (Reuters) - A jury began deliberations on Monday in what has been dubbed the "black widow" case of a Texas woman accused of shooting her husband dead for insurance money and then launching a plot to frame someone else for the crime. Michele Williams, 45 and a mother of four, is on trial for murder and tampering with evidence. She faces up to life in prison if ...
30, Sep 2014 - Supreme Court stops start of Ohio early voting
The Supreme Court handed Ohio Republicans an early election victory Monday when it halted the... The Supreme Court handed Ohio Republicans an early election victory Monday when it halted the state’s early voting program hours before it was to begin.
30, Sep 2014 - Appeals court: Indiana regulators failed in review of Edwardsport fee transfer sought by Duke
The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Monday that state utility regulators wrongly approved $61 million in ratepayer fees for the Edwardsport coal gasification plant.
30, Sep 2014 - Oregon man sues Costco, claims store security broke his leg
By Courtney Sherwood PORTLAND Ore. (Reuters) - An Oregon man has sued Costco for $670,000, claiming store security detained him and broke his leg after he refused to show his receipt when exiting the building. Timothy Walls says in his Multnomah County Circuit Court lawsuit, which was filed last week, that when he tried to leave a Portland Costco store with $102.66 in purchases in January last ...
30, Sep 2014 - Nine Years After Katrina, Coastal Restoration Plans Remain Distant Dream for New Orleans
If there is not major coastal restoration soon, all of the city's natural protection will be gone. Meanwhile, BP is racking up wins in court.
30, Sep 2014 - Nebraska man sentenced in championship ring theft
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - A Lincoln man who pleaded no contest to stealing a Nebraska volleyball coach's championship rings has been sentenced to 18 months to 3 years in prison. The Lincoln Journal Star reports ( ) 29-year-old Dallas Jordan was sentenced Tuesday. He pleaded no contest in ...
30, Sep 2014 - Cops Say Men Used Grandmother’s Casket To Smuggle Drugs Into Jail
Cops Say Men Used Grandmother’s Casket To Smuggle Drugs Into Jail Inmates Allegedly Uses Grandmother's Casket To Smuggle Drugs Into Jail Grandmother's Casket Used To Smuggle Drugs Into Jail Cops Say Men Used Grandmother’s Casket To Smuggle Drugs Into Jail Legal Not Optimized Authorities in Georgia say two inmates who are cousins used their grandmother’s casket to smuggle marijuana and other ...
30, Sep 2014 - Plant City insurance agent charged with stealing $200,000 from elderly clients
PLANT CITY — A Plant City insurance agent and financial advisor will serve at least 21 months in prison on a charge she defrauded elderly clients of $200,000, officials say.
30, Sep 2014 - Ohio voters slated to cast early ballots Tuesday
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ohioans are poised to start casting early ballots Tuesday for the November election as court action on the swing state's voting schedule is pending.
30, Sep 2014 - Prison worker approaches inmate to kill another inmate in Chippewa County
State police say a prison food service worker in Michigan's Upper Peninsula is suspected of approaching an inmate about arranging to have another inmate killed.
30, Sep 2014 - Web Extra: Timothy Buffington Escape Timeline
The ordeal began on June 21 when he walked away from a state prison unit in Pine Bluff.
30, Sep 2014 - Warrantless searches unreasonable in Hanover case, Va. Supreme Court says
The Virginia Supreme Court says a judge went too far in requiring a sex offender to give up his constitutional protection against unreasonable searches.
30, Sep 2014 - Charles Capone to be sentenced Jan. 5
MOSCOW, Idaho -- A northern Idaho man convicted of killing his estranged wife is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 5. Local media reports that Charles A. Capone is facing a sentence of up to life in prison for killing 40-year-old Rachael Anderson from Clarkston, Washington, in April 2010. WATCH:  Jury finds Charles Capone guilty of Rachael Anderson's murder The body of the mother of four hasn't ...
30, Sep 2014 - Twenty-One Phillips Nizer Attorneys Named to the 2014 Super Lawyers® Metro New York List
Four Attorneys Also Selected As 2014 New York Metro Rising Stars, Increasing the Firm's Total Count of Recognized Attorneys to Twenty-Five (PRWeb September 29, 2014) Read the full story at
30, Sep 2014 - Ray Rice case ignites legal debate over first-time offender programs
NFL superstar Ray Rice was enrolled in the same program that lets thousands of defendants each year avoid prosecution in cases from assault to theft and helps lighten busy court calendars in New Jersey while permitting first-time offenders a clean slate.
30, Sep 2014 - Lottery millionaire held on coke dealing charges
A Haverhill carpenter and father of two on welfare who scratched his way to $1 million on a state Lottery ticket five weeks ago was held on $50,000 bond today on a slew of drug possession and trafficking charges. Gary L. Bond, 32, was arrested yesterday after Haverhill cops executed a search warrant at his apartment on Arch Street where they found more than an ounce of marijuana, a marijuana ...
30, Sep 2014 - Texas Executes Woman for Starving 9-Year-Old Boy to Death
A Texas woman convicted of the starvation and torture death of her girlfriend's 9-year-old son a decade ago was executed on Wednesday evening.
30, Sep 2014 - See the stars get booked in New York night court!
NEW YORK - Jenny Baumann's itinerary for her first trip to New York City: Rockefeller Center. The Empire State Building. Central Park. Night court.
30, Sep 2014 - Oklahoma beheading suspect’s conversion surprised family
OKLAHOMA CITY — Alton Nolen told relatives after his release from prison on drug and assault charges last year that... more »
30, Sep 2014 - Argentina says US contempt sanctions over debt would be illegal
NEW YORK/BUENOS AIRES, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Argentina said on Monday that any sanctions for contempt of court, levelled against it for refusing to pay U.S. The hedge funds have asked a U.S. "Contempt sanctions are moreover illegal under international law and practice, and undermine the dignity of a foreign state," Argentina argued in a motion filed at the New York District Court ahead of a ...
30, Sep 2014 - Rapist tried to get teen victim to kill herself on webcam: docs
BILLINGS, Mont. — A Montana man in prison for raping a girl starting when she was 12 is now charged with trying to persuade her to kill herself by cutting her...
30, Sep 2014 - IDA Changes Tax Exemption Policy
Leaders in Broome County say development will not be harmed by a recent change to a tax incentive policy. The Broome County Industrial Development Agency amended its automatic tax exemption policy. Developers are no longer automatically exempt from having to pay Broome County mortgage and sales taxes. They could still receive the four percent exemption from New York's portion of the total sales ...
30, Sep 2014 - Florida top court sends same-sex divorce case back
Mariama Shaw and Keiba Shaw, married in Massachusetts, were denied divorce in Hillsborough County. The Florida Supreme Court on Friday declined a request for it to take up the issue of same-sex marriage, sending back to a lower court the case of two women who were denied a divorce by a Hillsborough County circuit judge.
30, Sep 2014 - Suspect in Virginia student abduction held without bond in Texas
A man suspected of kidnapping a University of Virginia student will be held without bond in Texas pending his extradition to Virginia, a Texas county judge ruled on Thursday.
30, Sep 2014 - Appeals court to take up issue of pocket dialing
A federal appeals court is set to hear the case of Kenton County Airport Board Chairman Jim Huff and his wife over a private conversation overheard by an airport secretary whom Huff called accidentally.
30, Sep 2014 - Eric Holder To Step Down As Attorney General
The nation's first black U.S. attorney general had a tumultuous tenure marked by civil rights advances, national security threats, sentencing reforms and battles with congressional Republicans.
30, Sep 2014 - Kelli O’Laughlin trial expected to wrap up this week
Prosecutors said they would finish presenting their case by Friday, and Cook County Associate Judge John J. Hynes said he hopes the case will be turned over to the jury for deliberation this week.
30, Sep 2014 - Judge Approves $2.9 Million West Virginia Chemical Spill Deal
A federal bankruptcy judge has approved a $2.9 million settlement that would benefit 300,000 people whose water was contaminated in a January chemical spill. Judge Ronald Pearson filed the order this past Tuesday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Charleston. Pearson’s … The article Judge Approves $2.9 Million West Virginia Chemical Spill Deal appeared first on Insurance Journal .
30, Sep 2014 - Illinois Supreme Court to hear appeal over reinstatement of $10B verdict in cigarette lawsuit
ST. LOUIS — The Illinois Supreme Court has agreed to review a lower court's reinstatement of a decade-old $10.1 billion class-action verdict against Phillip Morris USA over the nation's biggest cigarette maker's marketing of "light" and "low tar" designations.
30, Sep 2014 - UPDATE: Exclusive: Man Jailed for Posting Lyrics to Facebook Says 'It's Pretty Worrisome
James Evans didn't think twice about posting song lyrics to his Facebook wall on Aug. 24, as he often does while listening to music. This time,...
30, Sep 2014 - Booking photo of former BISD purchasing director after surrendering
Fox 4 News -  The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office has released a mug shot of Naomi Lawrence-Lee that was taken after the former BISD purchasing director surrendered at jail following her theft indictment.
30, Sep 2014 - Food safety experts: Unacceptable placing profits over health should be lesson in peanut trial
ALBANY, Ga. - Food safety advocates say a guilty verdict in a rare federal food-poisoning trial should send a stern warning to anyone who may be tempted to place profits over people's welfare.
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