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28, Feb 2015 - Judge orders child's medical history released in murder case
A northern Idaho judge has ordered prosecutors to turn over a 2-year-old girl's medical records to the attorney defending a baby sitter charged with killing the child.
28, Feb 2015 - Robert Gallagher "lit a bright light" for Colorado legal community
When former Arapahoe County District Attorney Robert Gallagher attended law school at the University of Denver, administrators made sure their students knew the curriculum was so tough that many wouldn't graduate.
28, Feb 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.
28, Feb 2015 - Kansas foster dad sentenced in death of girl left in hot car
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A Wichita man has been sentenced to nearly three years in state prison after his 10-month-old foster daughter died after he left her in a hot car while he and his partner smoked marijuana.
28, Feb 2015 - Uber says security breach affected about 50,000 drivers
The data breach involved current and former Uber drivers, and the company has notified attorneys general in states where those drivers live, including California. Uber also filed a lawsuit in a federal court in San Francisco on Friday against the unnamed individual who accessed the company's files. Uber said the breach occurred in May 2014 and was discovered in September.
28, Feb 2015 - Jury: Billionaire Rennert looted mining company; at trial, huge Hamptons home was an issue
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Billionaire Ira Rennert plundered a now-bankrupt mining company to pay for personal luxuries, including a Hamptons mansion that's one of the world's biggest private homes, jurors found ...
28, Feb 2015 - Virginia ex-first lady gets one-year prison term for corruption
WASHINGTON — Maureen McDonnell, Virginia’s former first lady, was sentenced to one year and a day in prison Friday for public corruption in a case that could ultimately reshape federal ethics prosecutions.
28, Feb 2015 - Rigley gets 20 years for Shirley Motel killing
A South Bend woman was sentenced to 20 years in prison Wednesday for a fatal stabbing at the Shirley Motel last August.Teri Rigley, 42, pled guilty last month to Voluntary Manslaughter for killing 56-year-old Edward Pierce. Pierce's body was found at the motel on the 6000 block US 31 on Aug. 12 of last year. 
28, Feb 2015 - New Middletown man faces sentencing for child pornography
A 57-year old New Middletown man could be sent to prison for 15 years when he is sentenced on Wednesday for a federal child pornography conviction.
28, Feb 2015 - Bill proposes secrecy on Virginia executions
The state's prisons and one of the most powerful politicians in the state Senate are arguing for a bill that critics say could keep any information about executions secret.
28, Feb 2015 - Ira Rennert denies looting firm to build huge mansion
Billionaire Ira Rennert, charged with looting a company to help pay for construction of the largest house in the Hamptons, adamantly denied wrongdoing at a federal trial Thursday. Mr. Rennert is... To view the full story, click the title link.
28, Feb 2015 - Convicted killer says state won't let him practice religion - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & M
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - A convicted killer has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the state of Connecticut, saying he's not allowed to practice his religion in prison.
28, Feb 2015 - Prosecutor: Perry wanted to stymie public integrity unit
AUSTIN - A special prosecutor alleged Friday that former Gov. Rick Perry tried to force out a local district attorney because he wanted to stymie the work of a unit she oversees that investigates public corruption involving state officials. “The state will prove that defendant Perry did not approve of historical and current management decisions regarding the operation of the Public Integrity ...
28, Feb 2015 - NY sex offender ruling sparks discussion of law's real value
MINEOLA, N.Y. (AP) — A decision by New York's highest court striking down dozens of local laws that set boundaries on where convicted sex offenders may live has rekindled a debate over whether such laws really work to protect children.
28, Feb 2015 - Criminal Lawyer in New Hampshire Carl D. Olson Launches New Website
The Law Office of Carl D. Olson in New Hampshire is pleased to announce the launch of their newly re-designed website . (PRWeb February 03, 2015) Read the full story at
28, Feb 2015 - Minnesota 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.
28, Feb 2015 - Pittsburgh schools work with community groups to reduce suspensions
Last school year, the number of suspensions in Pittsburgh Public Schools dropped 15 percent over the prior year, but still more than 9,900 suspensions were issued, nearly three-fourths of them to black students.
28, Feb 2015 - Judge denies most NC voting law motions; summer trial next
A North Carolina state judge has declined for now to strike down or uphold photo identification requirements to vote in person starting in 2016.
28, Feb 2015 - Hillsborough judge in domestic violence case may have violated court order
TAMPA — A Hillsborough County judge accused of hitting his wife may have violated a temporary restraining order by attempting to pry open the garage door to enter the couple's house, according to attorneys for the judge's wife.
28, Feb 2015 - Federal judge orders Alabama to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples
Moments after a federal judge ruled Thursday that gay marriage licenses must be issued, Robert Povilat and his husband-to-be, Milton Persinger, were proudly the first in line at the Mobile County Probate Court and started filling out their paperwork.
28, Feb 2015 - Author revisits Palm Beach murder case in new book
In 1976, an Amoco career executive, Richard Kreusler, who was 47, was gunned down at the front door of his Palm Beach home.
28, Feb 2015 - Central Texas elementary school teacher sentenced to 99 years for sexually abusing 5-year-old girl
A former teacher at an elementary school near Waco was sentenced to 99 years in prison last week for repeatedly sexually abusing a young girl for an eight-year period beginning when she was five years old.
28, Feb 2015 - Businessman who testified against Ray Nagin sentenced to 1 year in jail
A federal judge has sentenced a North Shore businessman to one year in prison for paying bribes to former Mayor Ray Nagin.
28, Feb 2015 - Settlement is set on rights to World Trade Center name
The Port Authority’s $10 sale of the World Trade Center name represented a gross undervaluation of the iconic trademark resulting from “lax oversight” and other problems at the bi-state agency when the deal was struck in the 1980s, a yearlong investigation by the New York attorney general has found.
28, Feb 2015 - Dairy Herd Management
A federal court in Minnesota ordered the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) not to release farmers’ and ranchers’ personal information while plaintiffs appeal a district court decision regarding information related to concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs), according to the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF).
28, Feb 2015 - Psychiatrist recommends release of boxer Jermain Taylor
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A psychiatrist who evaluated boxer Jermain Taylor at his attorneys' request says he should be released, but made to wear an ankle monitor and submit to random drug and alcohol testing. A Pulaski County judge said Tuesday he'll wait to decide if the champion middleweight boxer can go home until state doctors have finished their evaluation of his mental state. Taylor faces ...
28, Feb 2015 - Lawyers: Evidence shows Saudi Arabia aided 9/11 hijackers - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missour
NEW YORK (AP) - Lawyers for victims of the Sept. 11 attacks say they have new evidence that agents of Saudi Arabia "directly and knowingly" helped the hijackers, including sworn testimony from the so-called 20th hijacker and from three principals of the U.S. government's two primary probes of the attacks.
28, Feb 2015 - Life sentence for 'Sniper' shooter
A jury finds Eddie Ray Routh guilty of killing two men, including Chris Kyle, the author of the best-selling book "American Sniper."
28, Feb 2015 - Driver sentenced to six years behind bars for fatal crash
BLUFFTON, Ind. (WANE) – An Ossian man police say was driving more than 100 mph before a crash that killed two Norwell High School students learned his punishment Wednesday.
28, Feb 2015 - Uncle testifies in Big island church sex assault case
The uncle of a girl testified during a trial of a choir director accused of sexually assaulting her that he hit the man when he saw him with the naked girl on the floor of a Big Island church.
28, Feb 2015 - Caltrans employee takes no contest plea for fuel embezzlement
A Caltrans employee pleaded no contest Wednesday to embezzling gasoline by filling up his personal vehicle using a Caltrans fuel pump, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office.
28, Feb 2015 - Lawyer pleads guilty involving short sale fraud
Criminal defense attorney Luis Rojas, 38, of Las Vegas pleaded guilty Monday in federal court to making false statements in connection with a fraudulent short sale of property in Henderson, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of California.
28, Feb 2015 - Former NHS employee gets 15 years in prison for child porn
A former Nacogdoches ISD cafeteria worker was sentenced in federal court Wednesday for attempted production of child pornography. Promote to Mobile 0 read more
28, Feb 2015 - Man gets life sentence for fatal shooting
A South Florida man has been sentenced to life in prison for fatally shooting another man during a bar fight.
28, Feb 2015 - Assembly OKs out-of-state restraining orders bill
The Wisconsin Assembly has approved a bill that would allow judges to issue restraining orders against people in other states.
28, Feb 2015 - Inmates to be transferred after unrest at Texas prison: reports
(Reuters) - Thousands of inmates at a federal prison in south Texas will be moved to other facilities after an uprising by angry prisoners left the prison damaged and "uninhabitable," according to officials quoted in local press reports. The disturbance began early on Friday at the Willacy County Correctional Center in Raymondville, Texas, which primarily holds individuals who have entered the ...
28, Feb 2015 - Iowa man sentenced for hiring undocumented immigrants
A 33-year-old man has received a federal prison sentence for hiring undocumented immigrants at his northeastern Iowa company.
28, Feb 2015 - Greenberg Traurig’s Elizabeth C. Rogers Named President of Texas Accountants and Lawyers for the
Elizabeth C. Rogers, a shareholder in the Austin office of the international law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, has been named president of Texas Accountants and Lawyers for the Arts (TALA). (PRWeb February 26, 2015) Read the full story at
28, Feb 2015 - Judge removes DCS from 'Bring Home Sonya' case
A juvenile court judge in Dickson has taken the Department of Children's Service out of the picture in 10-year-old Sonya's custody case.
28, Feb 2015 - Brit Death Row Witnesses Were 'Threatened'
Lawyers for a British grandmother on death row in Texas claim prosecutors coerced or blackmailed witnesses into giving false evidence at her trial. Linda Carty was convicted of the murder of her neighbour Joana Rodriguez and the abduction of her four-day-old son in 2001 and sentenced to death. British-based human rights organisation Reprieve has unearthed new evidence which alleges that key ...
28, Feb 2015 - Former California officer ordered to prison in theft case
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A veteran San Francisco police officer who was convicted of stealing money and property from criminal suspects has been sentenced to more than three years in federal prison.
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