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when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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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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26, Jul 2014 - Maine man charged with killing dad incompetent
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A Maine man charged with killing and dismembering his father has been ruled incompetent to stand trial and will remain in a state psychiatric facility.
26, Jul 2014 - Former court official sentenced for embezzlement
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A former western Missouri court administrator has been sentenced to two years in prison for embezzling nearly $80,000 and funneling more than $64,000 to her boyfriend for consulting work that was never done.
26, Jul 2014 - Court upholds FDA animal feed policy despite public health concern
A divided federal appeals court on Thursday upheld a U.S. Food and Drug Administration policy allowing the use of various antibiotics in animal feed, even if such use might endanger the public health.
26, Jul 2014 - 90-year-old convict denied parole in fatal crash
A 90-year-old man convicted of killing a motorist on the Silverado Trail near Calistoga in August 1993 will remain in prison after a parole board denied him parole for three years, according to the California Department of Corrections and the Napa County District Attorney’s Office.
26, Jul 2014 - New play, with music, celebrates Scopes trial in Dayton
Jim Crabtree and the staff at Cumberland County Playhouse will be lending their expertise at telling dramatic stories, sometimes through song, to this year's Scopes Trial Play.
26, Jul 2014 - Issues surround medical pot law
On Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a new law legalizing marijuana for medical reasons. So the drug is legal. And still very illegal. And that's why law firms will be very busy in New York being hired to represent marijuana providing clients. "Primarily, it's just a scary area," said Robert McVay, an attorney with the Seattle-based Harris Moure firm, which represents marijuana providers in ...
26, Jul 2014 - Volokh Conspiracy: Should federal courts apply the canon of constitutional avoidance to state statu
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26, Jul 2014 - Phillips & Associates: Queens Man Awarded $40,000 for Sexual Harassment by Female Boss
NEW YORK, July 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sexual harassment in the workplace does not always involve a male superior harassing a female subordinate. Phillips & Associates employment attorneys, Edward Kennedy and Jesse Rose recently obtained a $40,000 jury verdict in a case of a female supervisor engaging in illegal sexual harassment and retaliation against a male subordinate. According to court ...
26, Jul 2014 - Arizona mom of missing baby released from prison - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, S
PHOENIX (AP) - An Arizona woman convicted in the disappearance of her young son was released from prison Friday without ever providing authorities details on the whereabouts of the missing boy.
26, Jul 2014 - Oklahoma death row inmates seek to halt executions
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - By tinkering with Oklahoma's lethal injection procedures, prison officials are experimenting on death row inmates and violating the U.S. Constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment, attorneys for a group of condemned Oklahoma inmates argued Wednesday in a federal lawsuit. Filed in U.S. District Court in Oklahoma City on behalf of 21 death row inmates, the lawsuit ...
26, Jul 2014 - Lawsuit filed over leaked emails
By: Justin Horwath Four citizens with big-time lawyers go after Martinez foes in federal case Four New Mexico citizens have hired big time lawyers and filed a lawsuit against five of Republican Gov. Susana Martinez' political foes.
26, Jul 2014 - Judge: Illinois Can Close Murray Center
CHICAGO (AP) - A federal judge has ruled that the state of Illinois has the authority to close a southern Illinois center for people with developmental disabilities.
26, Jul 2014 - Benton County Letters, July 9, 2014
Activist SCOTUS Latest ruling by the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) in McCutcheon vs. FEC, is just another in the long string of decisions by conservative, activist justices on the Supreme Court. This ruling allows unlimited political donations, giving the rich and powerful more say in government than the average person. This is a long-term project by […]
26, Jul 2014 - Former HS teacher sentenced for molesting students
A former western Pennsylvania high school teacher has been sentenced to up to six months in prison and six years of probation for molesting five girls.
26, Jul 2014 - Bring back firing squads, US judge says after prolonged Arizona execution (+video)
While Sen. John McCain called the prolonged Arizona execution 'torture,' a US judge who had granted a stay, later overruled, said if Americans cannot stomach a firing squad, 'then we shouldn't be carrying out executions at all.'
26, Jul 2014 - Roundup judge to re-sentence Rambold in September
Stacey Dean Rambold, a former Billings high school teacher who received a one-month prison sentence for having sex
26, Jul 2014 - NE Kansas teen sentenced for sex offenses
ATCHISON - A northeast Kansas teenager will spend more than five years in an adult prison for a pair of sex offenses.
26, Jul 2014 - Facebook Fighting To Narrow Data Collection Requests, Despite Uphill Battle
Facebook is locked in a bitter legal dispute with New York prosecutors that could ultimately decide if government investigators are allowed to indiscriminately search certain users’ accounts and retain that data indefinitely. The court battle is also poised to determine how much, if any, power Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) and other social media companies have to contest broad warrants seeking ...
26, Jul 2014 - Bond for soccer coach accused of child porn raised to $2.5 million
Bond for a soccer coach accused of multiple counts of child pornography has been raised to $2.5 million after the prosecution brought new evidence to the judge.
26, Jul 2014 - New York Workplace Accident Attorney Edgar Romano Comments on New York City Construction Accident
An accident involving a pedestrian injured by a loose saw blade raises concerns over construction site safety, according to New York workplace accident lawyer Edgar Romano of Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano L.L.P. (PRWeb July 03, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/workplace-injury/attorneys-ny/prweb11989432.htm
26, Jul 2014 - Lawsuit aims to block US-approved Nevada drilling
RENO, Nev. (AP) — A rural Nevada group is asking a federal judge to block the sale of oil and gas leases it says will be used for hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, and other development that poses a much greater threat to sage grouse, fish and other wildlife than the U.S. government claims.
26, Jul 2014 - Judge raises Coulson prison concerns
A judge is to write to Belmarsh Prison's governor over concerns that Andy Coulson remains at the high-security jail three weeks after the ex-editor was jailed for hacking.
26, Jul 2014 - Judge won't change hearing for lone suspect in fatal shooting on New Orleans' Bourbon Stree
A magistrate judge has refused to move up a preliminary hearing for the only suspect in a deadly shooting on Bourbon Street in New Orleans.
26, Jul 2014 - Lawyers say businessman accused of rape was set up
The attorneys for an accomplished Mid-South businessman, who's charged with a sex crime, say he was set up.  
26, Jul 2014 - Federal judge rules California's death penalty system unconstitutional
A federal judge ruled California's death penalty system unconstitutional on Wednesday, saying the path to execution in the most populous U.S. state is so long and drawn-out that it amounts to cruel and unusual punishment.
26, Jul 2014 - Rock Island Homicide Concealment Sentencing-UPDATED
A man who helped cover up a Rock Island, Ill. man's murder will soon know his fate. Shane Howard will be sentenced in Rock Island County court on Wednesday morning, July 16, 2014.
26, Jul 2014 - Judge: State can use Priest Lake appraisals
An Idaho judge says the state can use its most recent appraisals to set lease payments and minimum bids for the sale of cabin sites around Priest Lake.
26, Jul 2014 - COVISINT 96 HOUR DEADLINE ALERT: Approximately 96 Hours Remain; Former Louisiana Attorney General a
Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC and KSF partner, the former Attorney General of Louisiana, Charles C. Foti, Jr., remind investors with large financial interests that they have only until July 29, 2014 to file lead ...
26, Jul 2014 - 'Front Page News,' festival celebrates Scopes trial
It's fair to say that Cumberland County Playhouse producing director Jim Crabtree knows a thing or two about putting together an entertaining show. His father opened the playhouse in 1965, and it's been a part of his life since.
26, Jul 2014 - Court ruling is a real killer
No escaping the consequences of a high court ruling that puts public employees in driver's seat.   No escaping the consequences of a high court ruling that puts public employees in driver's seat. read more
26, Jul 2014 - Federal appeals court strikes down Oklahoma gay marriage ban
A federal appellate court upheld a lower ruling striking down Oklahoma's same-sex marriage ban on Friday. read more
26, Jul 2014 - Contra Costa Times editorial: Gov. Jerry Brown's court nominee is an excellent choice
Gov. Jerry Brown has always sought to be a transformational leader. In his first stint as governor, three of his appointees to the California Supreme Court were indeed transformational, but perhaps not in the way Brown had hoped.
26, Jul 2014 - Judge lauds Idaho gay-rights protesters for courage - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 PST
The last of more than 100 Idahoans arrested this year in gay-rights protests at the state Capitol were sentenced in a four-hour-plus hearing Monday, and the judge had this message for them: “I respect your courage in doing what you did.”
26, Jul 2014 - Man sentenced to life for girlfriend’s death
VIENNA, Mo. (AP) _ A mid-Missouri man will serve the rest of his life in prison for the shooting death of his girlfriend in June 2010. Forty-three-year-old Terry Fritz of Meta (MEE-duh) was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison without parole plus 100 years for the death of 35-year-old Kinga Gillibrand. The Jefferson City News […]
26, Jul 2014 - Cases counted
With the second half of 2014 now under way, the combined number of felony, misdemeanor and traffic cases filed in Pittsburg County District Court is morethan 2,800 numbered cases.
26, Jul 2014 - Court rejects New Jersey's attempt to block ocean seismic testing plan
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — A federal appeals court on Monday cleared the path for seismic testing off the coast of New Jersey that will blast the floor of the Atlantic Ocean with loud noises as part of a climate change research project.
26, Jul 2014 - Court Overturns Payment to State Worker Over Stuffed Gorilla
Court says worker's discrimination suit didn't involves the toy and therefore money cannot be awarded.
26, Jul 2014 - Judge Clears Way For Kobach's Dual Voting System
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- A Kansas judge has cleared the way for Secretary of State Kris Kobach to use a dual voting system to enforce the state's proof-of-citizenship for new voters.
26, Jul 2014 - Federal court officially dismisses patient dumping suit
A federal judge has officially dismissed a lawsuit alleging officials at Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital in Las Vegas violated a patient's civil rights by putting him on a bus to California after his discharge.
26, Jul 2014 - Man who killed grandmother over drugs sentenced - NBC40.net
PATERSON, N.J. (AP) - A northern New Jersey man who fatally stabbed his 85-year-old grandmother because she wouldn't give him drug money has been sentenced to 24 years in prison.
26, Jul 2014 - Williams given life without parole
The retrial of the death sentence for a Lafayette County man ended in Texarkana with jurors tossing out a key aggravating factor and sending him back to prison for life without parole.
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