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26, Nov 2014 - Lee man gets up to 4 years for role in wind farm copper theft
PITTSFIELD >> A Lee man has been sentenced to up to four years in state prison in connection with the theft of specially made copper wire stolen from a town of Florida wind farm last year.
26, Nov 2014 - Owasso Man Arrested For Stalking Rape Victim
An Owasso man is in the Tulsa County jail after his arrest for stalking a Rogers County victim he was convicted of raping in 2011.
26, Nov 2014 - Request denied to remove judge on Peterson case
CONROE, Texas (AP) — A prosecution request to remove the judge handling the felony child abuse case against Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson was denied on Wednesday.
26, Nov 2014 - Autistic Teenager Found in Locked In Cage At Michigan Residence
Autistic Teenager Found in Locked In Cage At Michigan Residence Autistic Teenager Found in Locked In Cage At Michigan Residence autism, abuse, child abuse, imprisonment, michigan, paris township, health services, adult abuse, disability, handicapped, crime, prison Has Been Optimized After answering a civil dispute call, a Huron County Sheriff’s Deputy arrived on scene to find a 19-year-old ...
26, Nov 2014 - Mack outfitter gets 27 months for Lacey Act violations
DENVER — A Mack man who kept wild animals in cages, shot them and imprisoned them in traps to allow hunters to quickly and easily kill their trophies so he could make money was sentenced to 27 months in federal prison Thursday.
26, Nov 2014 - At San Quentin, Learning Web Coding Without the Internet
A new program at California's San Quentin Prison teaches Web-programming skills to inmates,who are barred from the Internet.
26, Nov 2014 - Pottsboro Shooting Ruled Self-Defense And Man Won't Face Murder Charge
GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- A Pottsboro man will not face a murder charge after a plea deal entered in court following a deadly shooting this summer.
26, Nov 2014 - 'This is my jail': Baltimore corruption case goes to trial
Inside the Baltimore City Detention Center, gang members used smuggled cellphones, dealt drugs and had sex with corrupt guards -- several of whom they impregnated -- who helped them as they ran operations of the Black Guerilla Family, according to court papers in a case alleging widespread corruption at the state-run facility.
26, Nov 2014 - Was He Lying? Or Negotiating? Ex-Jefferies Trader Warns Court of Chilling Effect
Jesse Litvak, a former managing director at Jefferies & Co., exits federal court in New Haven, Connecticut, on Feb. 18, 2014. Close Jesse Litvak, a former managing director at Jefferies & Co., exits federal court in New...
26, Nov 2014 - Supreme Court agrees to consider EPA regulations on mercury
Frances Burns WASHINGTON, Nov. 25 (UPI) -- The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to consider whether the cost of federal limits on mercury emissions outweigh the benefits.
26, Nov 2014 - Court overthrows Northern Pass lawsuit
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by two business owners against the Northern Pass project.
26, Nov 2014 - Va. man incompetent for trial on hatchet charge
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) — Prosecutors say a Virginia man has been found incompetent to stand trial on charges of bringing a hatchet into a school.
26, Nov 2014 - Attorney: Oklahoma RB Mixon accepts probation
Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon has accepted one year of probation after being charged with punching a young woman at a restaurant in July. Mixon's attorney, Kevin Finlay, said Thursday that Mixon entered an Alford plea in which he acknowledged there was likely enough evidence to convict him of misdemeanor assault while still asserting his innocence. Mixon was to go to trial on Jan. 12, but ...
26, Nov 2014 - Local prosecutor stresses importance of understanding that grand juries do not decide guilt
The decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the Michael Brown shooting came from a grand jury. As a result of their findings, Officer Wilson won't face criminal charges. A grand jury is not the same as a trial jury. That is what Elkhart County Prosecuting Attorney Curtis Hill says people may not know.
26, Nov 2014 - After avoiding prison due to clerical error, 'changed man' facing new robbery charge
ST. LOUIS — A man who avoided prison for 13 years because of a clerical error is in trouble again, just months after a Missouri judge released him from his original sentence for armed robbery and declared him a "good man and a changed man."
26, Nov 2014 - Judge sentences woman to 25 years in newborn kidnapping case
MADISON -- A federal judge has sentenced a Colorado woman who kidnapped her newborn nephew from a Wisconsin home and left him outside in freezing temperatures in Iowa to 25 years in prison.
26, Nov 2014 - New trial hearing for convicted Chandra Levy killer
Prison snitching, missing emails and some long-forgotten Fresno, Calif.-area crimes might captivate a D.C. courtroom audience this week during a high-stakes hearing to determine whether the man convicted of killing… Click to Continue »
26, Nov 2014 - Two Ohio men freed 39 years after wrongful conviction. What changed?
Two Ohio men have been released from prison after spending 39 years behind bars. 
26, Nov 2014 - Judge denies move for Hernandez trial
A Massachusetts judge on Thursday turned down a request from Aaron Hernandez's attorneys to move his murder trial to a different county.
26, Nov 2014 - 1st gay marriage licenses issued in SC; none in Pee Dee so far
CHARLESTON, S.C. — A judge issued the first gay marriage licenses and a couple was married in South Carolina on Wednesday, even as the state attorney general asked the U.S. Supreme Court to step in an
26, Nov 2014 - Decatur man sentenced in ATM skimming scheme
Federal prosecutors say a metro Atlanta man has been sentenced to federal prison time for his role in an ATM skimming machine that involved more than 5,000 victims.
26, Nov 2014 - Alex Rodriguez admits taking steroids to government, lawyer says
Rodriguez told investigators he did use banned substances between late 2010 and October 2012 supplied by Anthony Bosch, who owned the Biogenesis of America clinic in Coral Gables.
26, Nov 2014 - Supreme Court will look at 'Obamacare' subsidies
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a new challenge to President Barack Obama's health care law — a case that threatens subsidies that help millions of low- and middle-income people afford their health insurance premiums.
26, Nov 2014 - Fairbanks North Star Borough wins lawsuit; Alaska Communications must comply with emergency respons
FAIRBANKS — The Fairbanks North Star Borough has won a court battle with Alaska Communications over the local 911 emergency dispatch system.
26, Nov 2014 - Supreme Court justice appears to win retention
ST. LOUIS (AP) — An Illinois Supreme Court justice targeted for ouster by plaintiffs' attorneys who spent more than $1 million publicly characterizing him as partial to corporate interests appears to have retained his seat, which he won a decade ago in a race that set national spending records.
26, Nov 2014 - Consumer advocate urges top court to abandon pro-insurer standard
Maryland’s chief advocate for insurance consumers urged the state’s top court to abandon its 177-year-old practice of deferring to the insurer's interpretation of policy terms in most instances.
26, Nov 2014 - Washington County president judge relieved of administrative duties
Washington County President Judge Debbie O’Dell Seneca was relieved of her administrative duties Wednesday in an effort to bring “new perspective, renewed collegiality and greater collaborations” to the courthouse, the Administrative Office Pennsylvania Courts said in a news release.
26, Nov 2014 - After Two Decades, Court Rules S.C. Must Help Poor Rural Schools
On Nov. 12, the South Carolina Supreme Court handed down a ruling more than two decades in the making.
26, Nov 2014 - Indiana Supreme Court hears dispute between state, IBM over canceled $1.3B welfare contract
Indiana's supreme court justices grilled attorneys for the state and IBM Corp. on Thursday about the company's failed attempt to privatize Indiana's welfare services, which prompted the state to cancel IBM's $1.3 billion state contract less than three years into the 10-year deal.
26, Nov 2014 - Whistleblower Alleges CIGNA and Medical Billing Giant Zotec Partners are Colluding to Hike Premiums
CARMEL, Ind., Oct. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A former insider at CIGNA and medical billing company Zotec Partners made bombshell allegations of fraud and collusion in a series of lawsuits filed in federal and state courts which he has published in his newly released health care blog www.HealthFraudAlert.com. The Fraud revelations could impact thousands of Affordable Care Act, Medicare Advantage ...
26, Nov 2014 - Judge OKs Hernandez trial delay in 2012 killings
A judge on Tuesday agreed to delay the trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez in the 2012 slaying of two Boston men after his lawyer said Hernandez's defense team is busy trying to prepare for his...
26, Nov 2014 - “A crazed man… a lunatic!” Why ex-con, pasta sauce salesman, former mayor Buddy Cianci is bac
From mistresses to dildos to prison to City Hall, Buddy Cianci's career is too odd to believe -- and it's not over
26, Nov 2014 - 'Cadaver dog' work more accepted by cops, courts
BENTON, Calif. (AP) — The burly Labrador retriever sticks out his wide snout to sniff the dirt and dusty air. He's clearly excited as he runs, yelping, through the high desert of California's Eastern Sierra region.
26, Nov 2014 - Insurance exec held on fraud charges fires his lawyers
Jeffrey B. Cohen, the nightclub insurance company owner accused of money laundering, fraud and plotting to attack a judge, has fired his lawyers and decided to represent himself.
26, Nov 2014 - Hearing reset on Nevada effort to block ride-sharing firm Uber from operating in Las Vegas
A court hearing on an effort by state regulators and taxi companies to block the ride-sharing company Uber from operating in Nevada has been pushed back to Monday.
26, Nov 2014 - EPA chief unfazed by mercury limit court challenge
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency is expressing confidence that the Supreme Court won't block its limits on mercury and other hazardous air pollutants.
26, Nov 2014 - Federal judge overturns Mississippi same-sex marriage ban
U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves issued a preliminary injunction Tuesday.
26, Nov 2014 - Alma man pleads not guilty to multiple charges
An Alma man accused of assaulting a pregnant woman pleaded not guilty Wednesday in Crawford County Circuit Court. Allen Kenneth Standly, 33, is charged with third-degree domestic battery of a pregnant woman, aggravated assault and two counts of harassment.
26, Nov 2014 - State judge strikes down same-sex marriage ban in Missouri
Following in the footsteps of Pulaski Circuit Judge Chris Piazza, a Missouri state court has struck down the Missouri ban on same-sex marriage . As Piazza and others have held, it's unconstitutional. A Kansas City judge had earlier ruled that it was unconstitutional for Missouri not to recognize marriages legally performed in other states. Marriage licenses were being issued Wednesday afternoon ...
26, Nov 2014 - Obama: 'Deport felons, not families'; Utah reacts
After waiting more than 500 days for Congress to act on needed immigration reforms, President Obama announced a sweeping executive order Thursday that could extend temporary relief to millions of otherwise law-abiding people at risk of deportation.
26, Nov 2014 - Shia LaBeouf appears in N.Y. court in disorderly conduct case
By Patricia Reaney NEW YORK (Reuters) - Actor Shia LaBeouf made a brief appearance in a New York court on Tuesday to show he was in compliance with a treatment program after he pleaded guilty in September to a disorderly conduct violation for disturbing a performance of "Cabaret" on Broadway. Wearing a dark suit and white shirt, the short-haired, clean-shaven 28-year-old, who appeared in the ...
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