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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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15, Apr 2015 - 'Merrimack Valley Bandit' pleads guilty to 16 thefts
BOSTON -- A former Lowell man, dubbed the "Merrimack Valley Bandit," pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court on Thursday admitted to robbing six banks in the Merrimack Valley area in 2013.
15, Apr 2015 - Norway government ordered to pay $2 million in legal fees in Minnesota
A federal judge in Minnesota has ordered the government of Norway to pay legal fees of about $2 million in a pay discrimination case.
15, Apr 2015 - Minnesota Administrative Law Judge gives approval to PUC on Sandpiper
Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- Minnesota Administrative Law Judge Eric Lipman has given his approval to the Public Utilities Commission for the proposed Sandpiper pipeline.
15, Apr 2015 - Youngstown rape victim finally has her day in court
A verdict has been reached in a Youngstown rape trial that attracted a lot of media attention.
15, Apr 2015 - Jury finds Suffolk man not guilty in 2013 shooting
SUFFOLK A jury last week found a 22-year-old Suffolk man not guilty in a fatal shooting at a party nearly two years ago. After deliberating for about 10 hours over two days, the jury on Thursday acquitted Monte Robinson of first-degree murder. The Circuit Court judge then dismissed several remaining firearm-related counts against Robinson.
15, Apr 2015 - Lawyer wants drug, firearms charges on Landry dismissed
LOWELL - The attorney for a Dracut man facing drug and firearms charges claims police and a NEMLEC SWAT team raided Lee Landry's home last November because his client had a target on his back.
14, Apr 2015 - Supreme Court questions North Carolina sex offender law
A North Carolina program of monitoring sex offenders by GPS needs closer judicial scrutiny, the Supreme Court ruled Monday. Click to Continue »
14, Apr 2015 - Third conviction results in life sentence for Northlake man after robbery
A Northlake man who lured three victims into an armed robbery through a bogus ad for a motorcycle was sentenced Monday to life in prison, according to DuPage County prosecutors.
14, Apr 2015 - 26 Burg Simpson Attorneys Featured in Colorado Super Lawyers Magazine
Burg Simpson is pleased to announce that 26 of the firm’s attorneys are featured in the 2015 edition of Colorado Super Lawyers® magazine. (PRWeb March 20, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/03/prweb12599236.htm
14, Apr 2015 - Bellingham robbers get prison for break-in repelled by resident’s pruning shears
Two home-invasion robbers must serve five years in prison for an armed break-in in the Sehome neighborhood that was thwarted when one resident stabbed the men with pruning shears, a… Click to Continue »
14, Apr 2015 - Judge: Potatoes can't be evidence in Etan Patz murder trial
NEW YORK (AP) — A New York judge says 50 pounds of potatoes and a produce box can't be used as evidence in the murder trial of the man accused of killing 6-year-old Etan Patz (AY'-tahn payts) in 1979.
14, Apr 2015 - Troopers want gov to remove Comm Brown
offender evaluation...and she could face up to 20 years in prison. eve tannery: The union representing the Pennsylvania State Troopers wants Governor Tom Wolf to withdraw his nomination for police commissioner. The pa State Troopers Association sent a letter to the governor urging the recall of Marcus Brown's nomination. It comes after Brown admitted to removing signs criticizing him from ...
14, Apr 2015 - High court to hear Kansas plea to reinstate death sentences - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Misso
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - The nation's highest court agreed Monday to hear Kansas' appeal seeking to reinstate death sentences for two brothers convicted of robbing and forcing four people engage in sex acts before being shot to death naked in a Wichita soccer field in 2000.
14, Apr 2015 - Argent Financial Adds to Executive Ranks in Memphis
Argent Financial Group and its Argent Trust Co. subsidiary have added David Franks to executive ranks as senior vice president and relationship manage...
14, Apr 2015 - Prison sentences for eight former Atlanta educators in test-cheating scandal
By David Beasley ATLANTA (Reuters) - Eight former Atlanta public school educators were ordered on Tuesday to serve between one and seven years in prison for their convictions on racketeering charges in one of the nation's largest test-cheating scandals. The lengthy prison sentences, unusual for educators, contrasted to the treatment of two defendants in the case also found guilty by a jury this ...
14, Apr 2015 - Judge in Atlanta cheating case hands out stiff sentences to some educators
Two of 10 Atlanta educators accepted sentencing deals Tuesday, but the judge handed down stiff punishments to the others over the one of the nation’s worst education scandals, in which adults cheated to increase scores on standardized tests given to students.
14, Apr 2015 - Murder suspect, real estate heir Robert Durst due in New Orleans federal court
Murder suspect Robert Durst is due for his first federal court appearance Tuesday in New Orleans.
14, Apr 2015 - Attorney: Jameis not ready for NFL off the field
Attorney: Jameis not ready for NFL off the field
14, Apr 2015 - C, Jesse Jackson Jr. Set To Be Released From Prison Thursday
CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports Jackson will be released from an Alabama federal prison camp sometime Thursday,
14, Apr 2015 - Kansas urges dismissal of federal lawsuit over gay marriage
Kansas argues in a new court filing that the ability of same-sex couples to obtain marriage licenses in many counties should prompt a federal judge to dismiss a gay-marriage lawsuit.
14, Apr 2015 - Remembering Ocean County's role in the Civil War
NEW JERSEY Civil War role of Ocean County remembered in reenactment TOMS RIVER, N.J. One hundred and fifty years ago, Union soldiers mustered outside the Ocean County Courthouse on Washington Street in Toms River before heading off to the Civil War.
14, Apr 2015 - Expert: Silicon Valley bias suit spurs closer look by firms
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A sex discrimination trial that has put a spotlight on gender imbalance in Silicon Valley has prompted some technology and venture capital companies to re-examine their cultures and practices — even before a jury reaches its verdict. Pao's attorneys have portrayed her as the victim of a male-dominated culture at Kleiner Perkins, where she was excluded from an all-male dinner ...
14, Apr 2015 - Battery charge against U.S. judge dropped, angering congresswoman
(Reuters) - A misdemeanor charge against a federal judge accused of beating his wife in an Atlanta hotel room in August 2014 has been dropped, a court official said on Tuesday, prompting an angry reaction from a U.S. congresswoman who has called for his dismissal. The allegations against Alabama-based U.S. District Judge Mark Fuller, which came amid a furor over the National Football League's ...
14, Apr 2015 - Hernandez trial: Trooper discusses footprints near alleged victim
A shoe print found near the body of a man allegedly killed by Aaron Hernandez matched that of an Air Jordan sneaker the former New England Patriots player was photographed in, a Massachusetts State Police trooper testified on Wednesday.
14, Apr 2015 - Former executive faces sentencing hearing in fatal crash
Testimony is scheduled in what is anticipated to be a two-day sentencing hearing for a former Fortune 500 executive convicted of killing a couple and their near-term fetus when his truck became airborne in a botched...
14, Apr 2015 - House Panel OKs Bill To Let Tennessee End Pre-K Funding
A House subcommittee has advanced a bill to allow Tennessee to cancel federal pre-kindergarten funding if a court were to rule that the program must be offered to all of the state's 4-year-olds.
14, Apr 2015 - After plowing car into restaurant, Wilmington man wants new hearing
A disgruntled Wilmington man who rammed his car into a restaurant after one of the patrons teased him for voting for President Obama wants a new sentencing hearing.
14, Apr 2015 - Manhunt Monday: Deputies look for convicted sex offender from El Paso
A convicted sex offender who failed to show up for court is the target of this week's Manhunt Monday.
14, Apr 2015 - Lil Wayne 'claims Drake slept with his girlfriend'
Lil Wayne was left depressed after learning Drake slept with his girlfriend while he was in prison in 2010, according to a portion of a potential book he wants to publish.
14, Apr 2015 - Judge Fergiato: "One of the Most Disgusting Crimes There Could be"
During the sentencing of a Belmont County rape case Monday morning, Judge Frank Fregiato called the crime "a worst case scenario nightmare."
14, Apr 2015 - No Verdict In Aaron Hernandez Case
FALL RIVER, Mass. — The jury in Aaron Hernandez's murder trial deliberated all day and still had not reached a verdict when court adjourned Tuesday, one week after defense lawyers and prosecutors made their closing arguments.
14, Apr 2015 - Former UA student pleads guilty in computer scheme
A former University of Alabama student has pleaded guilty in federal court to accessing personal information for at least 25 other students in an attempt to steal student loan funds. "Breaches in computer security are a fact of life in today's Internet world and quick response to an intrusion is imperative to minimize the damage," U.S. Attorney Joyce White Vance said in a released statement. "An ...
14, Apr 2015 - Jury seated in death penalty trial of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes
The jury was seated Tuesday in the death penalty trial of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes, who killed 12 people and injured 70 more in the July 2012 attack.
14, Apr 2015 - Federal probe targets how Dallas County handles truants
DALLAS (AP) — A federal civil rights investigation announced Tuesday targets whether Dallas County has been too tough on students who skip school and sometimes end up handcuffed and in court. Some advocacy groups filed a complaint with the federal department in June 2013 on behalf of seven students, alleging Dallas-area public schools are too harsh with truancy rules. Texas Appleseed, a ...
14, Apr 2015 - North Carolina college killing will be investigated as hate crime
The shooting death of a longtime North Carolina college employee will be investigated as a hate crime, police said Tuesday morning, just hours after the 20-year-old suspect was arrested on a Florida beach.
14, Apr 2015 - Teenage pot robbery suspect may avoid prison
A Gem Village 19-year-old man suspected of robbing a medical marijuana dispensary may avoid prison by entering a state program to help youthful offenders.Logan Griffith, who is suspected of robbing the Rocky Mountain High Dispensary, 48 East Animas Road (County Road 250), in complicity with his father, waived his preliminary hearing on...
14, Apr 2015 - 2016 Trial Date Set for Suspect in Kidnap, Rape of Girl, 14
2016 trial date set for man charged with kidnapping, raping New Hampshire teen over 9 months
14, Apr 2015 - NY Cops Used ‘Stingray’ Spy Tool 46 Times Without Warrant
In the single case in which police sought permission from a court, they asked for a court order rather than a warrant, which carries a lower burden of proof. The post NY Cops Used ‘Stingray’ Spy Tool 46 Times Without Warrant appeared first on WIRED .
14, Apr 2015 - Lyndon Station man on trial for child sexual assaults
A 27-year-old case of sexual assault has gone to trial in Juneau County Circuit Court.
14, Apr 2015 - Educators Sentenced To 20 Years For Cheating Conspiracy Called ‘Sickest Thing That’s Ever Happe
The 11 eleven educators who were caught and convicted of a massive test-cheating scandal in Atlanta, Georgia have received their sentences. For a group of teachers, the prison terms are surprisingly dire. According to Reuters, the educators sentenced on Tuesday received one to seven years in prison. Three of them received a shocking 20-year prison Educators Sentenced To 20 Years For Cheating ...
14, Apr 2015 - Retreat center sues county over plan to reorganize as drug, alcohol rehab facility
The owners of the Stillpath Retreat Center at 16350 Skyline Blvd. in the unincorporated woods above Woodside are suing San Mateo County in federal court.
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