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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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24, Jul 2014 - Florida Men Sentenced for Tax Fraud and Connected to USD Athletes
Two Florida men have been sentenced to federal prison for participating in a scheme in which former University of South Dakota athletes and others used stolen identities to fraudulently collect hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax refunds.
24, Jul 2014 - Convicted killer's appeal rejected by Alabama Supreme Court
A convicted killer from Madison County will not be getting a new trial.The Alabama Supreme Court rejected an appeal from DeMarcus Kent.
24, Jul 2014 - Autopsy: Arizona prison inmate strangled to death
As a result of the autopsy by the Maricopa County medical examiner, the Arizona Department of Corrections is treating the death of Gordon Lee, 59, as a homicide.
24, Jul 2014 - Beaumont court sentences drug ring leader to 23 years in prison
Prosecutors say the leader of a Texas-based drug ring that supplied at least eight other states has been sentenced to nearly 23 years in federal prison. Gonzales was among more than two dozen people indicted last August in the drug trafficking conspiracy and firearms investigation.
24, Jul 2014 - This day in history: July 24, 2014
Today is Thursday, July 24, the 205th day of 2014. There are 160 days left in the year. Today's highlight: On July 24, 1974, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that President Richard Nixon had to turn over subpoenaed White House tape recordings to the Watergate special prosecutor. On this date: read more
24, Jul 2014 - Warren man who was recognized for charity work is going to jail
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Scarlet and Grayce. Those are the names of the traditional butter sculptures of a cow and calf at this year's Ohio State Fair. The names announced Tuesday by fair officials after a naming contest on Twitter are a play on the Ohio State University colors, scarlet and gray.
24, Jul 2014 - Judge refuses to dismiss $12M Puig lawsuit
A lawsuit alleging that Yasiel Puig falsely denounced a man to Cuban authorities in 2010 for attempting to smuggle him out of the country has survived a motion to dismiss.
24, Jul 2014 - Actress sentenced to 18 years for sending ricin to Obama
A Texas actress who sent ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama and Michael Bloomberg was sentenced to 18 years in prison.
24, Jul 2014 - Ex-mayor Ray Nagin files appeal notice
Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin filed a formal notice of appeal Tuesday in the corruption case that resulted in a guilty verdict on 20 of 21 criminal counts and a 10-year prison sentence, The Associated Press reported.
24, Jul 2014 - County Attorney disqualified from death penalty case
GLOBE — The Pinal County Attorney’s Office has been disqualified from representing the state in an ongoing death-penalty case against Richard Wilson.
24, Jul 2014 - New York AG Schneiderman finally flexes muscles against Wall Street
NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, long seen as a secondary force in policing Wall Street banks, is taking the lead in what may be the most ambitious case of his career: accusing Barclays Plc of favoring its high-frequency trading clients.
24, Jul 2014 - Grafton County Explores Creating Court for Veterans
Lebanon — Grafton County is considering adding the state’s second Veterans Behavioral Health Track to its courts, following the lead of Nashua, N.H., which launched the state’s first court specifically for veterans offenders this week.
24, Jul 2014 - Montgomery Co. Man Sentenced To 20 Years After Sex Trafficking Conspiracy
U.S. District Judge Paul W. Grimm sentenced 32 year-old Jean Claude Roy of Germantown, Maryland, to 20 years in prison.
24, Jul 2014 - Lawyers demand outside probe of two-hour Arizona execution
By David Schwartz PHOENIX (Reuters) - Lawyers for a convicted double-murderer whose lethal injection in Arizona dragged on for two hours, while witnesses watched him gasping for breath and attorneys scrambled to halt the process, have called for an outside review of the "horrifically botched execution." The ordeal in putting Joseph Wood to death on Wednesday at a prison facility southeast of ...
24, Jul 2014 - Things To Do 7/24-7/30
THURSDAY DANCE Big Band Dance Club: 8 to 10 p.m. Thursday at the Court Youth Center, 402 W. Court Ave.
24, Jul 2014 - Oxford Hospital Ruling Upheld By Supreme Court
The Mississippi Supreme Court has upheld a state judge's order that lets the city of Oxford annex the site of Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi's new hospital.
24, Jul 2014 - Fingerprint hearing: Best and worst Pa. counties have same equipment
HARRISBURG -- The five counties with the worst fingerprinting rates in the state have the same amount of fingerprinting equipment as the five best, Linda Rosenberg, executive director of the Pennsylva
24, Jul 2014 - Boston Biomedical Associates Medical Director Receives Medical Society Distinction
NORTHBOROUGH, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dr. Bonnie H. Weiner, Executive Director of Medical Affairs for Boston Biomedical Associates, was one of 17 honored as a Master Interventionalist by the SCAI at their annual meeting in Las Vegas.
24, Jul 2014 - Trial date set for couple charged in roof-repair scheme
IRONTON — An Oct. 14 trial date was set Thursday for an Illinois couple charged with bilking nearly $140,000 from 35 Ironton-area victims in a roof-repair scheme.
24, Jul 2014 - Superior court upholds robbery sentence
The Pennsylvania Superior Court on Thursday upheld the three-to-six year state prison sentence for a Scranton man, who pleaded guilty to robbing numerous stores in three counties in 2012.
24, Jul 2014 - Gray man who shot at trooper sentenced to prison
GREENEVILLE -- A 22-year-old Gray man, who shot at a Tennessee Highway Patrol officer in January 2013, has been sentenced to 210 months in prison on federal firearms charges.Derrick Dakota Kitzmiller appeared in U.S. District Court in Greeneville on Monday and received the 210-month prison sentence. Kitzmiller, who faced up to 20 years in prison, was indicted in April 2013 on three counts of ...
24, Jul 2014 - Toss records suit, UA asks
The University of Arkansas at Fayetteville has asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit claiming it failed to comply with the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.
24, Jul 2014 - State Senate approves parole for juvenile lifers
BOSTON — Massachusetts senators on Tuesday approved a bill that would allow juveniles convicted of first-degree murder to become eligible for parole after serving between 20 and 30 years in prison.
24, Jul 2014 - ETX man receives 10 years for attempting to have sex with child
A Carthage, Texas, man was sentenced to 120 months in prison and five years of supervised release for attempting to have sex with an underage girl, U.S. Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced today. Promote to Mobile 0 read more
24, Jul 2014 - Judge rejects furlough request from inmate
PARIS, Tenn. (AP) — A judge in Tennessee has rejected a medical furlough request from an inmate awaiting trial on a charge of attempted murder. Henry County Circuit Judge Donald Parrish instead ordered 36-year-old Guy Len Biggs of Buchanan sent earlier this week to a state prison to receive medical care because of a serious condition. The Paris Post-Intelligencer (http://bit.ly/1kcjQ8Q ...
24, Jul 2014 - NC joins nationwide mortgage-relief crackdown
NC Attorney General Roy Cooper said Wednesday he is suing a California mortgage-relief company for collecting illegal upfront payments, joining a nationwide sweep against such businesses by regulators and other states.
24, Jul 2014 - Witnesses testify in Hadnot triple-murder trial
The trial of Armonta DeQuon Hadnot, the man accused in last year's triple homicide at McMillan Park, continued Tuesday with opening statements and witness testimony.
24, Jul 2014 - Federal judge declares Colorado ban on gay marriage unconstitutional
Colorado Attorney General John Suthers lost another round in his fight to defend the state's voter-approved ban on gay marriage.
24, Jul 2014 - Prison food supplier has Michigan officials at wit's end
A prison kitchen privatization move intended to save the state more than $12 million a year has become a major headache for Gov. Rick Snyder, whose officials are considering scrapping a $145-million, three-year contract with Aramark Correctional Services of Philadelphia.
24, Jul 2014 - Cops: 'Sextortion' suspect threatened to kill teen, share nude photos
William Taylor of Summerfield said he would distribute naked pictures of the South Florida girl, authorities say. A 33-year-old Marion County man was jailed for death threats against a South Florida teen and her family after she broke off their online relationship, deputies said Monday.
24, Jul 2014 - Manchester, NH Police Officer Convicted In Hit-And-Run Crash Freed Early, Sent Back To Jail
A former New Hampshire police officer who was released from jail after serving a fraction of his one-year sentence for injuring two teens in a hit-and-run last year was back behind bars Friday.
24, Jul 2014 - Loans to help state homeowners at risk of foreclosure
New York's attorney general has announced a new small loan program intended to help homeowners at risk of foreclosure.
24, Jul 2014 - Legals June 30, 2014
Ref: Grimes, Donald E and Julie L, 3062.1407321 NOTICE: WE ARE A DEBT COLLECTOR. THIS COMMUNICATION IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR PURPOSES OF DEBT COLLECTION. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE On 8/27/2014 at the hour of 10:00 am of said day, (recognized local time), at the front entrance of the Kootenai County Courthouse, 324 West Garden Avenue, City of ...
24, Jul 2014 - Lawrence twins, associate found guilty of conspiracy in $17 million federal drug case
A 12-person federal jury on Wednesday found Lawrence twins Los Rovell Dahda and Roosevelt Rico Dahda and associate Justin Cherif Pickel, of California, guilty of conspiracy after a monthslong $17 million drug conspiracy trial.
24, Jul 2014 - Domina: Standing for the little guys
David Domina has argued hundreds of cases in courtrooms across the country, often battling for the underdog. Now, he’s presenting his case to voters as he campaigns for the U.S. Senate.
24, Jul 2014 - Hinton, West Virginia man sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for dealing drugs
Michael Harshaw, 38, of Hinton, West Virginia, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for using his phone in October 2012 to make arrangements to sell five oxycodone pills to a person cooperating with police, while Tiffany Rose Arbogast, 24, of Lewisburg, faces up to 20 years in prison after admitting to distributing heroin in Lewisburg in December 2012.
24, Jul 2014 - U.S. judge in Colorado rules same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional
A federal judge in Colorado ruled Wednesday that the state’s ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
24, Jul 2014 - Curly Gene Snowden
Curly Gene Snowden, 75, born August 24, 1938, in Rutland, Ohio, to George and Edith (Braley) Snowden, went to meet his Lord on Sunday, July 6, 2014. He passed away due to heart failure. Curly joined the U.S. Army at 16, serving in Louisiana, Texas, and Berlin, Germany. His unit guarded the Spandau Prison. After Read More... The post Curly Gene Snowden appeared first on The Medina County Gazette ...
24, Jul 2014 - Ex-El Paso school chief to be freed from prison
EL PASO, Texas (AP) — The former El Paso School District superintendent sentenced to 42 months in prison for his role as mastermind of a test-cheating scandal has been moved to a halfway house as the end of his prison term approaches. At the sentencing in October 2012, U.S. District Judge David Briones ordered Garcia to take part in a drug rehabilitation program and said that the defendant could ...
24, Jul 2014 - Boulder, Colo., judge again refuses to stop same-sex marriage licenses
A district court judge in Boulder, Colo., turned down the state’s bid to halt same-sex marriages in the county, allowing the county clerk there to continue marrying same-sex couples, according to the state's ruling.
24, Jul 2014 - Prison roof collapses in Texas, 19 inmates injured
Authorities say the roof of a privately run East Texas prison has collapsed, temporarily trapping dozens of inmates and sending 19 injured inmates to hospitals.
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