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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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05, Mar 2015 - Couple sentenced for Chinese restaurant employment conspiracy
BEAUMONT - From U.S. Attorney's Office -- A Houston husband and wife have been sentenced to federal prison for racketeering violations in connection with an employment referral conspiracy in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales and Brian M. ...
05, Mar 2015 - West Palm Beach Business Attorney Jeffrey Garber Offers Contract Law Seminar
Business owners in Palm Beach County are invited to attend a one-hour seminar titled “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Contracts (But Were Afraid to Ask)," taught by attorney Jeffrey Garber on February 26th at 8:00 a.m. at the W. Palm Beach law firm of Ciklin Lubitz Martens & O'Connell. Attendees will learn how to better read and negotiate business contracts. (PRWeb February 16, 2015 ...
05, Mar 2015 - Manning to get hormone therapy
The U.S. Army has agreed to provide hormone therapy for Chelsea Manning, the soldier serving a 35-year prison sentence for leaking a huge trove of classified documents.
05, Mar 2015 - Convicted murderer Charles Capone sentenced to life in prison
MOSCOW, Idaho - Just after 12:00pm Monday, convicted murderer Charles Capone was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his estranged wife Rachael Anderson. It's a fixed term sentence, meaning there will be no chance he could get out early. Capone spoke to the court for 45 minutes in his defense, however the judge felt Capone was not remorseful for his crimes, and cited his criminal ...
05, Mar 2015 - Judge won't dismiss murder charge because of lost evidence
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — A federal judge will not dismiss a murder charge against four people even though some evidence in the case was mistakenly shipped to an auction house and lost.
05, Mar 2015 - Ex-county attorney is new deputy county attorney
BRENTWOOD — Rockingham County Attorney Patricia Conway has named a new deputy who, like her, is a woman who has held a top county prosecutor's position.
05, Mar 2015 - State agency notes two inmate deaths
An Arkansas Department of Correction inmate died Monday at the Ouachita River Correctional Unit in Malvern, a prison spokesman said Tuesday.
05, Mar 2015 - Lawyer: Caring mom would never force feed salt to 5-year-old
A 5-year-old boy whose mother is charged with feeding him a fatal amount of salt through a stomach tube had a high sodium level because he was given a salty IV fluid, the woman's attorney argued Thursday.
05, Mar 2015 - Justices sharply divided over health care law subsidies
WASHINGTON (AP) - Sharply divided along familiar lines, the Supreme Court took up a politically charged new challenge to President Barack Obama's health overhaul Wednesday in a dispute over the tax subsidies that make insurance affordable for millions of Americans.
05, Mar 2015 - Families: Hate sparked Chapel Hill shooting, not parking issue
The victims of a fatal shooting in Chapel Hill Tuesday night were students of both the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University, according to a statement issued by UNC.
05, Mar 2015 - Slaying suspect leaves hospital
A wheelchair-bound Carbondale man was released from a Grand Junction hospital Wednesday and taken to a Garfield County courtroom, where a judge advised him prosecutors are considering filing a first-degree murder charge against him in the stabbing death of his wife.
05, Mar 2015 - Slender Man stabbing: Should juvenile defendants be tried as adults? (+video)
Two Wisconsin girls charged with stabbing their classmate were 12 at the time of the crime. A judge is expected to decide Tuesday whether they will be tried as adults.
05, Mar 2015 - Munn sentenced to 65 years for Nathan Hall killing
A South Bend teen is facing a lengthy prison sentence for the murder of a Clay High School student.17-year-old Jermaine Munn Jr. was sentenced to 65 years in prison Tuesday for the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Nathan Hall last April. Munn pled guilty to Hall's murder in October, and his motion to withdraw his guilty plea was denied last month.
05, Mar 2015 - Obama disagrees with judge's ruling on immigration plan
President Obama said Tuesday he disagrees with a Texas judge's ruling that he exceeded his authority with his immigration actions last year and that his administration will appeal.
05, Mar 2015 - ADXS Outlines Clinical Development Plan for its Pipeline
On Feb 3, ADXS (ADXS) held its Analyst & Investor Day in New York City. At this conference, the company and experts in the field of immunotherapy presented updates on its ongoing clinical trials of three candidates: ADXS-HPV, ADXS-PSA and ADXS-cHER2. The company has multiple Phase I or Phase II clinical programs targeting cervical, head & neck, and anal cancer. Dr. Larry Copeland, Professor of ...
05, Mar 2015 - Vietnamese man pleads not guilty in NY terror case
NEW YORK (AP) " A Vietnamese man who was extradited this week to the United States has pleaded not guilty to charges he supported al-Qaida.Minh Quang Pham entered the plea Wednesday in New York federal court. A 2012 indictment accuses...
05, Mar 2015 - Questioning of jurors completed
The last panel of potential jurors were questioned Wednesday by defense attorneys and prosecutors in the capital murder case against Joyce Hardin Garrard, and the trial is expected to begin Monday. Jurors have been instructed to report back to the judicial building Friday afternoon, when Etowah County Circuit Judge William Ogletree said he expects to impanel a jury.
05, Mar 2015 - Man gets 15 to 30 years after plea in teen's shooting death
PITTSBURGH (AP) - A western Pennsylvania man has been sentenced to 15 to 30 years in prison after pleading guilty in the shooting death of a teenager more than two years ago.
05, Mar 2015 - Highlights from around the Capitol
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A Texas lawmaker has proposed legislation intended to fix problems created by a 2011 law he authored that unintentionally made crime-scene DNA testing difficult for convicts.
05, Mar 2015 - Scout eyeing the big leagues by covering high school sports
In the college football universe, signing day is Christmas and Election Day rolled into one. Rabid fan bases eagerly await news of commitments from recruits — each of whom will hopefully spend their years bringing glory to their alma maters. Winners and losers are made here before they even hit the field See also: Judge Rules NCAA Can't Stop Athletes From Profiting From College Sports In 2015 ...
05, Mar 2015 - Gersowitz Libo & Korek, P.C. Obtains a Favorable New York Supreme Court Ruling To Allow a Film Crew
New York personal injury lawyer Edward Gersowitz of Gersowitz Libo & Korek, P.C. announced that the firm obtained a ruling that allowed their client to proceed with a case under New York Scaffolding Law Section 240(1). (PRWeb February 11, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/02/prweb12509291.htm
05, Mar 2015 - Montana homeowner gets 70 years for killing German exchange student
By Lori Grannis MISSOULA, Mont. (Reuters) - A Montana homeowner who was found guilty of deliberate homicide last year for fatally shooting an unarmed 17-year-old German exchange student who entered his garage was sentenced on Thursday to 70 years in prison. Markus Kaarma, 30, will not be eligible for parole for the first 20 years of his sentence. He was convicted in December of killing Diren ...
05, Mar 2015 - Hutchinson outlines $33M plan to ease prison overcrowding
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday proposed tapping more than $33 million in state reserve funds to ease a backlog of state inmates at county jails by opening new prison space, hiring additional ...
05, Mar 2015 - Appeals court says financial exploitation sentence lenient
The Minnesota Court of Appeals says the sentence for a Maple Grove City Council member for financially exploiting her elderly father is too lenient.
05, Mar 2015 - Five from St. Paul charged in sex trafficking ring
The Ramsey County attorney's office Tuesday charged five St. Paul adults for their alleged involvement in a multistate sex trafficking ring that involved minor girls, and officials had a strong message for traffickers and johns: "We are coming after you."
05, Mar 2015 - Right-to-work court battles look tough for unions
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin union leaders may not get much help from judges if they file a legal challenge to Republicans' right-to-work provisions, as courts have done little to weaken similar measures in other states.
05, Mar 2015 - Ex-wife gets 6 months in N.M. jail in poisoning probe
An El Dorado woman who pleaded no contest in December to a pair of felonies related to a foiled poisoning plot against her ex-husband has been sentenced in a New Mexico court to serve six months in jail.
05, Mar 2015 - Vidalia lawyer Wilson Smith to appear in federal court tomorow in fraud case
Vidalia lawyer Wilson Smith is scheduled to appear Tuesday before a federal judge in Statesboro for his initial appearance on charges he stole more than $1 million in a scheme to settle “multiple of his clients’ cases” without their knowledge and to convert settlement proceeds for his own use. Smith, 63, will be taken before U.S. Magistrate Judge G.R. Smith to be informed of the charges against ...
05, Mar 2015 - Funding cuts will cripple Cyber Crimes Task Force
POPLAR BLUFF -- Authorities say drastic cuts in funding for the Southeast Missouri Cyber Crimes Task Force is crippling the work it can do investigating online predators targeting Missouri's children.
05, Mar 2015 - Jesse Matthew Jr. Charged with First-Degree Murder of University of Virginia Student
The 33-year-old will not face a capital murder charge, which would have made him eligible for the death penalty
05, Mar 2015 - Constangy, Brooks & Smith Adds Don Prophete as Named Partner
ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Labor and employment law firm Constangy, Brooks & Smith, LLP announced today that nationally-recognized attorney Donald Prophete is joining the firm which will now be known as Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP. Eleven other attorneys from across the country are also joining the firm, which will add offices in Denver and New York to its 25 current locations. The ...
05, Mar 2015 - “Shopping cart” patent beaten by Newegg comes back to court, loses again
Patent troll won't get more money from Avon, Victoria's Secret—or anyone else.
05, Mar 2015 - Man jailed in US for Vegas puppy shop fire
Kirk Bills turned to family members and animal rights advocates in court and said he wished he could take back what he did when he set fire to a pet shop.
05, Mar 2015 - Fort Lee man pleads guilty in Medicaid fraud case
A 52-year-old Fort Lee man pleaded guilty Tuesday to making fraudulent Medicaid claims for more than $64,000 for services he never provided, acting state Attorney General John J. Hoffman said.
05, Mar 2015 - Rape charges against ex-Tigers pitcher Evan Reed reinstated
Reed is facing a second trial on rape allegations.
05, Mar 2015 - Standoff nearing end at south Texas prison: report
(Reuters) - Law enforcement said they were making progress on Saturday ending a disturbance at a federal correctional facility in southern Texas were as many as 2,000 inmates were protesting medical services, according to a published report. The disturbance began early Friday at the Willacy County Correctional Center, which primarily holds immigrants who entered the United States illegally, and ...
05, Mar 2015 - Browse News
After deliberating for about five hours, a federal jury today convicted Mikal Xylon Wilde of six charges, including the murder of one of the men working his Kneeland marijuana farm in 2010. Wilde faces life in federal prison when sentenced in the case on June 3.
05, Mar 2015 - Breakaway Episcopalians win Texas church property fight
For the second time in as many months, a state court has sided with a group of breakaway Episcopalians, ruling that they can keep their property after leaving the national church in 2008 over sharp differences on homosexuality and the authority of Scripture.
05, Mar 2015 - Man pleads guilty in Upper Peninsula cigarette scheme
An Upper Peninsula man accused of large-scale cigarette trafficking has pleaded guilty in Detroit federal court.
05, Mar 2015 - Hospital management firm found liable in botched spine surgeries
Major 'red flag' wasn't properly investigated, judge rules
05, Mar 2015 - Dueling photos take center stage as Arias case nears end - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri
PHOENIX (AP) - The prosecutor at the Jodi Arias sentencing retrial launched his closing arguments Tuesday by repeatedly showing jurors gruesome crime scene photos of the victim's slit throat.
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