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21, Dec 2014 - Fla. Supreme Court: Crime victim's recordings not evidence
The Florida Supreme Court has ruled that incriminating statements recorded by a crime victim cannot be used as evidence against the alleged perpetrator.
21, Dec 2014 - Montana Supreme Court takes up coal tax dispute as state seeks $3.4 million from Cloud Peak
Montana tax authorities were expected to argue Tuesday before the state Supreme Court that a Wyoming mining company owes $3.4 million for selling coal to affiliated companies at less-than-market prices.
21, Dec 2014 - ND Fugitive Facing Child Porn Charges Arrested
A federal fugitive who was indicted in 2009 in North Dakota on child pornography charges has been arrested. Officials with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement say 51-year-old Adney Allen has made his first court appearance following his arrest on the Red Lake Indian Reservation near Redby, Minnesota. Federal authorities are partially crediting the arrest to a smartphone app they created.
21, Dec 2014 - Ex-Spokane bishop denies smear tactics in diocese’s legal battle - Tue, 16 Dec 2014 PST
Spokane’s former Bishop Blase Cupich disputes the testimony of a now-resigned top lieutenant, saying he never directed attorneys to sling mud at the law firm that guided the Spokane Diocese through bankruptcy. In a declaration filed earlier this month with the federal Bankruptcy Court in Eastern Washington, Cupich said he directed diocese attorneys to “put pressure” on Spokane law firm Paine ...
21, Dec 2014 - State says no to EPA proposal
State officials say they don't want the EPA taking control over North Dakota water and they're willing to go to court to stop the federal agency.The Environmental Protection Agency wants to clarify the Clean Water Act.The proposal would give EPA the authority over all U.S. surface and sub-surface ground water.Governor Jack Dalrymple says we already have the laws in place to manage and protect ...
21, Dec 2014 - US judge declares wrongly convicted woman innocent
TORRANCE, California (AP) " A woman who spent 17 years in a California prison for a murder she didn't commit was declared factually innocent Friday, clearing the way for her to collect about $600,000 in compensation from the state.Susan...
21, Dec 2014 - The public-records fight behind the battle over James Brown’s will (UPDATED)
Updated Dec. 18 to reflect the state Supreme Court’s decision. On Sunday, the front page of The New York Times featured an article about the “downbeat legacy” of James Brown . It’s a story about legal wrangling over the legendary soul singer’s will, and how a series of complicated disputes “prompted the South Carolina government to seize control of Mr. Brown’s estate, jettison his instructions ...
21, Dec 2014 - State, Las Cruces police seize ammunition and firearms
State and Las Cruces police officers arrested a 48-year-old Laborcita Canyon man after officers executed a search warrant on the man's property Tuesday morning, according to a New Mexico State Police Department press release.
21, Dec 2014 - Nevada court says Strip club dancers are employees
LAS VEGAS (AP) — In a legal decision with wide implications for strip clubs in Sin City, the Nevada Supreme Court ruled Thursday that dancers at one Las Vegas club are employees, not independent contractors, and are entitled to be paid minimum wage.
21, Dec 2014 - Chicago Labor Seeks to Nix Pension Fix on Heels of State
Chicago labor unions sued to block the third-biggest U.S. city’s plan to cut a $20 billion pension deficit on the heels of a successful challenge to cuts to state pension benefits.
21, Dec 2014 - Public protest prompts SJC commissioners to table creation of statutory court
A number of comments from the public had the San Jacinto County Commissioners Court table an agenda item regarding Texas government code section 25, regarding statutory county courts.
21, Dec 2014 - The Originals Season 2 Fall Finale Review: Scrappy Holidaze
The Originals S02E09: "The Map of Moments" Even in the wooziest throes of a new romance sometimes absolute dealbreakers can arise. Maybe it turns out the guy or gal you like is a litterbug. Or rude to waiters. Perhaps they don't like CW dramas. Or worst of all, he's just bragged about placing his sister's soul into a stranger's body trapped inside a prison mansion as retribution for once ratting ...
21, Dec 2014 - Attorney, former GOP candidate Deon Long disbarred
Winter Park attorney Ometrius Deon Long, who once ran for Congress as a Republican and served on the St. Johns River Water Management District, is among 18 attorneys statewide who were disciplined recently by the Florida Supreme Court.
21, Dec 2014 - 2nd Illinois prison with possible chickenpox
A prison in southern Illinois is on partial lockdown while awaiting test results for two inmates who may have chickenpox.
21, Dec 2014 - Former Wash. state lawmaker shot dead in Alaska
A former Washington state representative working as an assistant district attorney in Alaska was killed Monday night in a shooting.
21, Dec 2014 - Report lists ways Nebraska can cut prison population, costs
LINCOLN — A prison reform study recommends that Nebraska increase probation for nonviolent offenders and bulk up supervision of inmates after release to cut repeat crimes and reduce prison overcrowdin
21, Dec 2014 - Ruling crushes Lehman RMBS investor hopes
By Andrew Park NEW YORK, Dec 11 - A US court this week dealt investors a heavy blow in their battle with Lehman Brothers, the defunct US investment bank they claim breached representations and warranties ...
21, Dec 2014 - Former oil executive in custody after escape from U.S. prison in Texas
By Jim Forsyth AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - A former oil company executive convicted of operating an investment scam that defrauded about $7 million from hundreds of investors was captured on Tuesday after escaping from a low-security federal prison in central Texas. Jimmy Morrisett, 55, who fled the Bastrop Satellite Prison Camp on Sunday night, was tracked by U.S. marshals to a vacant home in ...
21, Dec 2014 - Brown County grand jury reviews Goldson case
GEORGETOWN, Ohio | A report has been issued by a Brown County grand jury following a visit to the Brown County Jail, which includes its determination of the manner of death of Zachary Goldson.
21, Dec 2014 - Predator to remain in custody
CHIPLEY - Although Alton Hartzog has completed a five-year sentence for child pornography, the state isn't ready to let him go.
21, Dec 2014 - Man to serve 8 years in prison
An Alton man charged with possessing and distributing child pornography was sentenced recently to eight years in prison.
21, Dec 2014 - These American Fugitives May Be Hiding Out in Cuba
Former prisoner Alan Gross was thrilled to return to America from Cuba earlier this week but there are dozens of other Americans who are in the country for other reasons -- and probably don't plan on leaving.Cuba has been a haven for American fugitives for decades, but now that the two countries are restoring diplomatic relations their hideout might not be an option much longer."We will continue ...
21, Dec 2014 - Ohio Turnpike Commission gets new director
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - The Ohio Turnpike has announced the appointment of a governor's administration official as the agency's new executive director. Randy Cole, a former turnpike commission member and currently president of the state Controlling Board, takes over the job Dec. 22.
21, Dec 2014 - Judge declares wrongly convicted woman innocent
TORRANCE, Calif. (AP) — A woman who spent 17 years in a California prison for a murder she didn't commit was declared factually innocent Friday, clearing the way for her to collect about $600,000 in compensation from the state.
21, Dec 2014 - Trial by Cash
Judicial elections have gotten ugly. That's bad news for defendants.
21, Dec 2014 - Supreme Court hears arguments in pregnant UPS worker’s case
Former UPS driver says company should have accommodated her like it would an injured or disabled worker.
21, Dec 2014 - National environmental groups want to join Denton fracking fight
Lawyers representing groups from New York and Washington, D.C., file documents seeking to join the legal team defending the voter-approved fracking ban in Denton.
21, Dec 2014 - Human rights in spotlight after US-Cuba deal
To many exiles and their allies, President Raul Castro is a brutal dictator who locks up dissenters in gulag-like jails, snuffs out political discourse and condemns his people to socialist poverty.
21, Dec 2014 - Toxic marijuana grow nets 10-year prison term
Hernan Cortez Villasenor (Cortez), 40, of Michoacán, Mexico, was sentenced today to 10 years in prison for his involvement in a toxic marijuana cultivation operation in the Greenhorn Creek area of the Sequoia National Forest in Kern County, United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced. Cortez was also ordered to pay $3,328 in restitution to the U.S. Forest Service for the damage caused by ...
21, Dec 2014 - Judge denies request for 3A playoff replay
Thursday morning, Oklahoma County District judge Bernard Jones denied an injunction request for a replay between Locust Grove and Douglass high schools in the 3A state football playoffs.
21, Dec 2014 - Civilian workers at some prisons get pepper spray
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The federal prison system has begun supplying pepper spray canisters to cooks, counselors and other civilian workers at some of its most violent institutions, yielding to efforts following a 2013 fatal attack by an inmate on an unarmed Pennsylvania prison guard.
21, Dec 2014 - Refusniks: some attorneys general play a new role, declining to enforce laws
WASHINGTON — Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is refusing to defend a new state law that allows the National Rifle Association to sue over local firearms regulations, and it isn’t the first time she has bucked the legislative branch’s intentions. Last year she notably refused to defend against a lawsuit challenging the state’s ban on same-sex marriages.
21, Dec 2014 - Michigan expands mental health services efforts
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Michigan is expanding efforts to offer more treatment options for people with mental illness and developmental disabilities who are at risk of being imprisoned. Lt. Gov. Brian Calley announced Wednesday the addition of six sites for pilot programs and plans to expand two existing ...
21, Dec 2014 - Bombing Suspect Back in Court
In this courtroom sketch, Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is depicted sitting in federal court in Boston Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014, for a final hearing before his trial begins in January.
21, Dec 2014 - Federal drug charges trumps county case
WILKES-BARRE — The Luzerne County District Attorney's Office on Tuesday withdrew its drug cases against a convicted drug peddler in lieu of a federal grand jury indictment against the Edwardsville man.
21, Dec 2014 - Mass. things to know: Pardons, punked by POTUS
The Boston Marathon bombing suspect returned to court for the first time in a year and a half, 14 people were indicted for their roles in a deadly nationwide meningitis outbreak, and a court overturned taxpayer-funded sex...
21, Dec 2014 - Bledsoe, Thomas carry Suns past Knicks, 99-90
NEW YORK (AP) -- Isaiah Thomas thrust both arms in the air and started back down the court, his 3-pointer having just essentially clinched a victory.
21, Dec 2014 - Ex-Teacher Convicted Of Fondling Girls Sentenced To 80 Years
A former teacher at a private Central Texas school accused of fondling young female piano students was sentenced Tuesday to 80 years in prison.
21, Dec 2014 - The Insane Life Of Instagram King Dan Bilzerian, Who Was Just Arrested On (And Cleared Of) Bomb Cha
Dan Bilzerian, the multimillionaire “King of Instagram,” could have faced up to six years in prison if he had been convicted of the bomb felony he was arrested for recently, TMZ says. The notorious gun-wielding poker player was arrested in Los Angeles on Tuesday and was initially charged with possession of explosives. Bilzerian lives a crazy, lavish life — and 2014 has been no exception. Since ...
21, Dec 2014 - Billionaire’s support for Pittsburgh paper is at issue in court case
A conservative billionaire, heir to one of the country’s great fortunes. His wealthy children, with whom he had sometimes - strained relationships. And the newspapers he loved.
21, Dec 2014 - Troubled times at DA’s office?
Ninth Judicial District Attorney Sherry Caloia has come under heavy behind-the-scenes criticism in recent months over a number of issues, including a perceived slur against people of the Jewish faith, continued turnover in her office and a leadership style some describe as micro-management. During a meeting with assistant and deputy district attorneys on the morning of Sept. 26, Caloia used an ...
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