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Spelling bee kids battle into the night
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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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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23, Apr 2014 - Marijuana -- Legalization is Inevitable: What Happens to Cannabis Crimes Now?
OAKLAND, Calif. -- To date, 26 states and the District of Columbia have some form of marijuana legislation and/or decriminalization, with 13 states pending legislation to legalize medical marijuana. According ...
23, Apr 2014 - Shorter sentences for convicted criminals spurs controversy
By: Ruben Veloz EL PASO, Texas -- A controversial move to allow federal prosecutors to shorten prison sentences for minor drug offenders is  closer to becoming reality. The move is aimed at reducing the country's surging prison population. ...
23, Apr 2014 - Judge to rule on evidence in medical marijuana case
A Scott County District judge will rule whether to allow evidence pulled from a trash can in a medical marijuana case.
23, Apr 2014 - Wayland's former CFO draws 5 years in prison for theft
Wayland Baptist University’s former Chief Financial Officer James E. “Jim” Smith will spend the next five years in state prison after pleading guilty on Thursday to first degree felony theft charges.
23, Apr 2014 - Property owner charged with arson in Oakland house fire
The owner of an Oakland residence remained jailed Monday after he allegedly set fire to his single-story dwelling on Nest Lick Acres Road, according to the Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office.
23, Apr 2014 - Man Seeks to Hide 'Murder' Tattoo Before Trial
Kansas man seeks to hide mirror-image 'murder' tattoo on his neck before upcoming murder trial
23, Apr 2014 - Branson man facing fraud, embezzlement charges
FORSYTH — A Branson man accused of several felonies in New Mexico is in Taney County Jail on a $1 million bond awaiting extradition to that state.
23, Apr 2014 - Iowa judge releases bar shooting suspect
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) - An intellectually disabled man accused of accidentally shooting a foreign exchange student in Sioux City was released from jail after an Iowa judge ruled that state law doesn't allow that he be committed. Solomon Harris, 25, left the Woodbury County Jail on Monday ...
23, Apr 2014 - Multiple Cases Heard in Federal Court
U.S. District Judge Frederick P. Stamp Jr., sentenced Emanuel "Sammy" Banks to nearly 12 years in prison and three years of supervised release for distribution of crack cocaine. U.S. Attorney William J.
23, Apr 2014 - Judge to Ohio: Recognize out-of-state gay marriage - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
CINCINNATI (AP) - A federal judge on Monday ordered Ohio to recognize the marriages of same-sex couples performed in other states, and civil rights attorneys and gay marriage supporters immediately began looking ahead to their next fight: a lawsuit seeking to force Ohio to allow gay couples to marry.
23, Apr 2014 - Another civil suit filed by Marple
Though a civil case in already pending in U.S federal court, former state Superintendent of Schools Jorea Marple has filed another civil suit over her 2012 termination. The main difference between the two cases, apparently, is that in addition to naming the West Virginia Board of Education as a plaintiff, former president of the board and current member Wade Linger is individually named in the ...
23, Apr 2014 - Boone Co. man admits role in heroin conspiracy
CHARLESTON (NEWS RELEASE) – An Ashford, West Virginia man admitted today that he conspired with others to distribute heroin in and around Boone County, W.Va., announced U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin...
23, Apr 2014 - Supreme Court rules tape of alleged drug buy is admissible
An audio recording of an alleged drug buy in Attorney Richard Hardison's Raleigh County law office can be introduced against him at trial, the state Supreme Court says.
23, Apr 2014 - Wisconsin: Walker's union law upheld by federal appeals court
MADISON, Wis. -- A federal appeals court on Friday upheld Gov. Scott Walker's public union restrictions, dealing another loss to unions trying to overturn the Republican governor's signature legislation that led to massive protests at the Wisconsin Capitol three years ago.
23, Apr 2014 - White supremacist pleads guilty in NW killing rampage
A white supremacist whose Pacific Northwest crime rampage claimed four lives in 2011 pleaded guilty to federal charges Wednesday as part of a plea agreement that netted lighter punishments for two accomplices.
23, Apr 2014 - Peoria man gets 40 years for wife’s slaying
PEORIA — An East Bluff man was sentenced Thursday to 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to shooting his wife last year.
23, Apr 2014 - Patriot Coal issues 60-day notice of potential layoffs at 2 WV mines
Patriot Coal issued warnings that it could lay off employees at its Wells mining complex near Wharton and its Corridor G complex near Danville .
23, Apr 2014 - Sylvester sentence hearing reset to May
A St. Landry Parish man convicted of murder in 1973 when he was 15 years old will have to wait another month before his sentence is reconsidered. A district judge reset the hearing for Larry Sylvester until May 28. Sylvester was sentenced to life in prison for shooting and killing another person. Last year, the Supreme Court ruled in MILLER V. ALABAMA that life sentences for juveniles violated ...
23, Apr 2014 - Aurora Case on Hold While James Holmes Appeals Sanity Hearing
Colorado movie-massacre shooter James Holmes is appealing a judge's order for a second sanity evaluation, bogging down the timetable for a trial that was to start two months ago.
23, Apr 2014 - Judge denies request to step down from case of woman fatally shot on Detroit-area man's porch
DETROIT — A judge denied on Friday a request to remove herself from the case of a Detroit-area man who fatally shot an unarmed woman on his porch, a move that triggers a review by the chief criminal judge that will delay the case.
23, Apr 2014 - Los Angeles Woman Sentenced To Four Years For Killing Cyclist In 2013 DUI Crash
A Los Angeles court has sentenced a 21-year-old woman to four years in prison after she was found guilty of causing the death of a cyclist in September 2013. Wendy Stephanie Villegas was sentenced to a 44 month term in jail after she pleaded no contest on March 20 to one count each of vehicular
23, Apr 2014 - Regional News: Judge Rules for Indian Casinos; Fla Guitar Store Closes; Atlanta Traffic Copter Repo
Ala property tax basis in question... Judge rules in favor of Indian casinos in Alabama... Revamped NASA rover race under way in Huntsville... Man observing alligator in Fla. bitten by poisonous snake... Fla store that supplied guitar gear to music legends closing... Fla Woman recounts historic 1964 flight around world... Rare whooping crane spotted at Lake Okeechobee... Atlanta traffic reporter ...
23, Apr 2014 - Man receives 50 year sentence in boy's brutal beating
An emotional sentencing was held Monday morning.
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New Canaan resident Teri Buhl at the Connecticut Appelate Court in Hartford on Tuesday, April 15, 2014. Buhl is appealing the verdict that found her guilty last April of second-degree harassment and second-degree breach of peace.
23, Apr 2014 - Indiana man gets 65-year sentence in 2002 killing of Port Orange woman
A southern Indiana man already facing the death penalty has been sentenced to 65 years in prison for a Florida woman's 2002 slaying. A Floyd County judge sentenced 56-year-old William Clyde Gibson III on Thursday for the October 2002 murder of Karen Sue Hodella. Gibson pleaded guilty in March to killing the Port Orange, Fla., woman, whose body was found in early 2003 in Clarksville near the Ohio ...
23, Apr 2014 - Attorneys for retired judge Joe Brown file motion in contempt-of-court appeal
Attorneys representing retired judge and TV personality Joe Brown, found in contempt of court last month, filed a motion Thursday asking a Criminal Court judge to issue a stay of proceedings in their appeal while they ask the Tennessee Court of Appeals to hear the matter.
23, Apr 2014 - Delta navigates nasty winter, tops profit forecast
A Kansas judge has scheduled a hearing to consider Army Pfc. Chelsea Manning's petition to legally change her name from Bradley Manning. More >>
23, Apr 2014 - Arizona man gets 626-year sentence for molesting boy
KINGMAN, Ariz. -- A 54-year-old Golden Valley man has been sentenced to 626 years in prison on convictions for child molestation and other crimes.
23, Apr 2014 - N.H. home invasion convict sent to New Jersey prison
A New Hampshire man serving a life sentence for killing a woman and maiming her daughter in a 2009 home invasion has been moved to a New Jersey prison.
23, Apr 2014 - Indiana Teen Rapes 93-Year-Old Woman
Indiana Teen Iquise Taylor Faces 50 Years For Rape of 93-Year-Old Woman Indiana Teen Rapes 93-Year-Old Woman Teen Pleads Guilty to Raping 93-Year-Old Woman Indiana Teen Iquise Taylor Faces 50 Years For Rape of 93-Year-Old Woman Headlines Legal Has Been Optimized An Indiana teen pleaded guilty to raping a 93-year-old woman before his trial had even begun. The jury had been selected and attorneys ...
23, Apr 2014 - Court remands 'Hard 50' sentence to Johnson County court
For the second time in as many weeks, the Kansas Supreme Court has ordered a lower court to reconsider a "Hard 50" sentence - a life sentence without the possibility of parole for 50 years - imposed on a convicted killer.
23, Apr 2014 - PACS, Schneider Electric near deal; TRO extended
MOUNT VERNON -- A temporary restraining order against PACS Industries obtained by Schneider Electric USA of Illinois has been extended by Knox County Common Pleas Judge Otho Eyster.
23, Apr 2014 - Maine lawyer convicted in bomb threats will give up practice
Ronald E. Hoffman resigns after a new charge stemming from an alleged threat he made against his wife.
23, Apr 2014 - Former Madisonville police sergeant on trial in Brazos County
A former Madisonville police sergeant accused of planting methamphetamine on his pregnant ex-wife is having his case heard this week by a Brazos County jury.
23, Apr 2014 - Judge: Stephens School District Must Merge with Others
Action taken after the district in Ouachita County falls below the 350-student threshold.
23, Apr 2014 - Louisiana man sentenced for Miss. bank robbery
BAY ST. LOUIS, Miss. (AP) — A Louisiana man has been sentenced to serve 15 years in prison for robbing a Mississippi credit union in 2012. Prosecutors say 43-year-old Jessie Landry of Pearl River, La., pleaded guilty to bank robbery Monday in Hancock County Circuit Court.
23, Apr 2014 - DA extends offer to Broncos executive in Breckenridge DUI case
An offer is on the table in the driving under the influence case against Matt Russell, director of player personnel for the Denver Broncos, 5th Judicial Deputy District Attorney John Franks said Wednesday, April 9.
23, Apr 2014 - Cambria OKs courthouse paintings
Most days when the Cambria County Courthouse closes at 4 p.m., construction sounds can be heard from the front lobby as walls are being prepared for the historical murals that soon will grace the entrance. As the walls are being readied, the county commissioners on Thursday approved a contract with Ron Donoughe, the Loretto native who designed and will complete the artwork.
23, Apr 2014 - The Firm
As a young but established trial lawyer, Dale McGarvey recalls staring up at the rust-colored thickets of lodgepole pine on Teakettle Mountain, which towers over Columbia Falls near Glacier National Park, puzzling over their transformation from verdant green to denuded brown. Then came the reports of deer, squirrels and other wildlife, all showing signs of malformed bones and teeth. Cattle that ...
23, Apr 2014 - Affirmative Action Ruling Challenges Colleges Seeking Diversity
The U.S. Supreme Court's support of Michigan's ban on race-based affirmative action in university admissions may spur colleges to find new ways to achieve diversity without using racial preferences. The ...
23, Apr 2014 - Ex-judge from Clay County, Ky facing sentencing in vote fraud case
A former eastern Kentucky judge is scheduled for sentencing after pleading guilty to charges alleging wide spread vote fraud in eastern Kentucky.
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