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31, Jul 2014 - Today in History
Today is Monday, July 14, the 195th day of 2014. There are 170 days left in the year. On July 14, 1789, in an event symbolizing the start of the French Revolution, citizens of Paris stormed the Bastille prison and released the seven prisoners inside.
31, Jul 2014 - Convicted rapist facing 2 life sentences, plus 163 years, in prison without parole
A southeast Missouri man convicted of kidnapping and rape was sentenced to two life sentences, plus 163 years, for charges of rape and sodomy.
31, Jul 2014 - Rally protests prison sentence for 16-year-old Utah boy
About two dozen people rallied Wednesday morning in front the Capitol to protest a prison sentence imposed on 16-year-old Cooper Van Huizen. The protesters, wearing white "Free Cooper" T-shirts, waved signs demanding Van Huizen's release from Utah S...
31, Jul 2014 - 2 ex-Utah attorneys general arrested on bribery charges
Two former Utah attorneys general were arrested Tuesday on multiple bribery charges, following a two-year investigation in which each allegedly accepted money and gifts from businessmen under investigation.
31, Jul 2014 - Police: Man planned to eat girlfriend's dog
According to a criminal complaint filed in a Torrance County, New Mexico, court, the dog was stabbed in the heart and skinned. Parts of the animal were then buried in the backyard, while others were marinating inside a bag in a freezer.
31, Jul 2014 - California man sentenced to 10 years for role in drug smuggling ring
A California man has been sentenced to more than 10 years in prison for his part in a drug ring that transported cocaine and marijuana from Canada to California ? and across the country to New Hampshire.
31, Jul 2014 - Sentencing for school employee in Liberty sex abuse case
The former Liberty School District janitor charged with having sex with a student was sentenced Friday.
31, Jul 2014 - Federal appeals court refuses rehearing on Arizona execution case
A federal appeals court has denied Arizona a rehearing in a capital punishment case, setting the stage for the state to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene.
31, Jul 2014 - Convicted local serial killer to be profiled on cable program
Some of you may remember the case of serial killer Reinaldo Rivera. He was convicted in the rape and murder of four women in Georgia and South Carolina… Thursday night, an Investigation Discovery's "Southern Fried Homicide," focuses on Rivera and his victims. Almost fifteen years later Sheriff Richard Roundtree says he still remembers the day Rivera admitted to the crimes. He said Augusta had ...
31, Jul 2014 - Ex-pilot to prison for ‘sleep’-groping 14-year-old passenger
SALT LAKE CITY — A former Utah airline pilot was sentenced Wednesday to more than two years in prison for groping a 14-year-old girl in the seat next to him...
31, Jul 2014 - Convicted spy Arthur Walker dies in federal prison - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) - Arthur Walker, a retired Navy lieutenant convicted in 1985 for his role in a spy ring, has died in prison. He was 79. Federal Bureau of Prisons spokesman Chris Burke says Walker died earlier this month at FCI Butner Low in Butner, North Carolina.
31, Jul 2014 - Man convicted of child rape after two-day trial
DOWNTOWN JACKSON -- Following a two-day trial that concluded Friday in Madison County Circuit Court, Division II, a Jackson man was convicted for raping an 11-year-old girl in 2013.
31, Jul 2014 - Fate of Missouri man in limbo as judge reinstates execution stay
Brooks Hays ST. LOUIS, July 16 (UPI) -- The execution of murderer John C. Middleton, scheduled for just past midnight Wednesday morning, has been stayed by U.S. District Judge Catherine Perry.
31, Jul 2014 - Celebrating Herb Franks' half century of service
Longtime Marengo lawyer to be honored at roast Aug. 8
31, Jul 2014 - Persecuted Daughter of Imprisoned Nanle County Pastor Flees to US for Freedom
MIDLAND, Texas, July 15, 2014 / Christian Newswire / -- Zhang "Yunyun" Huixin, the eldest daughter of detained pastor Zhang Shaojie, her husband Sun Zhulei and their 1-year-old daughter Sun "Jesse" Jiexi were rescued from China on July 14.
31, Jul 2014 - Lawyer for accused teen killer challenges statute
DANVERS -- The attorney for the Danvers teen charged with raping and murdering his math teacher last October is arguing that the 1996 state law requiring that he be tried as an adult is unconstitutional. The argument by Philip Chism's attorney comes
31, Jul 2014 - UPDATE: Judge rules for Kobach on voter registration
A Kansas judge has cleared the way for Secretary of State Kris Kobach to use a dual voting system to enforce the state's proof-of-citizenship for new voters.
31, Jul 2014 - Miami-Dade judge finds gay marriage ban in Florida unconstitutional
She's the second judge in as many weeks to make that ruling A Miami-Dade judge on Friday overturned Florida's gay marriage ban, the second judge in as many weeks to make that historic ruling.
31, Jul 2014 - SC mom's arrest sparks child care debate
Forty-six-year-old Debra Harrell faces 10 years in prison if convicted of felony child neglect after police picked up her daughter.
31, Jul 2014 - Michael Mirer Selected for The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers for South Florida
The Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. is pleased to announce that Attorney Michael Mirer has been selected by The National Trial Lawyers as one of South Florida’s leading criminal defense trial lawyers. (PRWeb July 08, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12003768.htm
31, Jul 2014 - Taylor Lewan assault trial set for October
If tackle Taylor Lewan was waiting to find out whether he’d be standing trial on charges stemming from an alleged assault on Ohio State fans before signing his rookie deal with the Titans, the former Michigan Wolverine is free to go ahead and put pen to paper. Judge Elizabeth Pollard Hines ruled in Ann Arbor…
31, Jul 2014 - Supreme Court declines to halt Missouri execution
BONNE TERRE, Mo. (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to halt a Missouri execution, and the state was moving forward to plans to carry it out.
31, Jul 2014 - Man won't face third trial in 1990 slaying
ST. LOUIS – A special prosecutor on Tuesday dismissed a first-degree murder charge against a northwest Missouri man facing a third trial in his neighbor's 1990 death – the latest and likely final legal victory in a nearly quarter-century effort to clear his name.Former Clay County prosecutor Don Norris determined that there was insufficient probable cause in the criminal case against Mark ...
31, Jul 2014 - Woman gets life sentence for Northwest crime spree
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A federal judge in Portland, Oregon, has sentenced a woman to life in prison for her role in a Pacific Northwest killing spree that authorities say was part of a white supremacist scheme.
31, Jul 2014 - Opponent accuses DeWine
COLUMBUS — Republican Attorney General Mike DeWine’s Democratic opponent on Tuesday accused him of engaging in “clearly a massive pay-to-play operation” when it comes to awarding lucrative debt-collection contracts.
31, Jul 2014 - Lesbian sues Kansas City diocese over firing
By RACHEL ZOLL AP Religion Writer A parish food pantry worker who was fired over her marriage to another woman sued the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph on Thursday, the latest in a growing number of...
31, Jul 2014 - State Board of Corrections OKs leasing space to house prisoners
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Board of Correction on Monday approved an agreement with Pulaski County to begin leasing space in an effort to reduce a backlog of state prisoners in county jails.
31, Jul 2014 - New Jersey judge says state wrongly denied records
TRENTON - A New Jersey judge ruled Monday that Gov. Christie's administration must honor an activist's public records requests for requests filed by others.
31, Jul 2014 - TBI: 24-year-old inmate killed at prison
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is looking into what led up to an inmate being killed at Northeast Correctional Complex in Mountain City.
31, Jul 2014 - Justin Bieber's DUI case delayed another three weeks as attorneys work out possible plea deal
The pop star's attorneys and Florida prosecutors said on Wednesday they need more time to work out a possible plea deal on charges that Bieber drove under the influence and resisted arrest.
31, Jul 2014 - Man accused of videotaping sexual exploitation of child in Ionia, Kent, Muskegon counties, Northern
Suspect is awaiting trial in Muskegon County for sexual assault.
31, Jul 2014 - Beverly Hills News – Christiansen v. Beverly Hills Unified Trial Starts Monday
Jury selection will begin Monday in the case of Strategic Concepts and Karen Christiansen vs. Beverly Hills Unified School District following yesterday’s decision by L.A. County Superior Court Judge Rolf M. Treu to have a jury decide the legality surrounding Christiansen’s contract with the BHUSD and the amount of damages that either side may be due.
31, Jul 2014 - Former Worcester firefighter gets 18 months for possession of firearms
WORCESTER — A former city firefighter was sentenced to jail Monday after pleading guilty to charges of unlawfully possessing several firearms, including a sawed-off shotgun.
31, Jul 2014 - Businessman says helped ex-Virginia governor, wife as part of 'business relationship'
By Gary Robertson RICHMOND Va (Reuters) - The businessman at the heart of a corruption trial involving former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, testified on Wednesday he helped them out with gifts and loans strictly for the benefit of his dietary supplement company. "This was a business relationship," Jonnie Williams, a key prosecution witness told a packed federal ...
31, Jul 2014 - Methvin appointed judge in St. Landry Parish
Retired Judge Mildred "Mimi" Methvin has been appointed, by order of the Louisiana Supreme Court, as judge pro tempore of Division "D," of the 27th Judicial District Court in St. Landry Parish, according to a release issued today. Methvin will fill the vacancy created by the death of Judge Donald Hebert on July 9, 2014. She will serve from July 14, 2014, through December 31, 2014, or until ...
31, Jul 2014 - Missouri man gets 14 years in teen sex case
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A Missouri man who took a teenage girl from Massachusetts to a motel in Rhode Island intending to sell her for sex has been sentenced to 14 years in prison. The judge at the sentencing Tuesday of 30-year-old Stephen Ardrey in federal court said the sentence was to send a message […]
31, Jul 2014 - Mother of Abducted Evansdale Girl Headed to Prison on Drug Conviction
  FAYETTE COUNTY, Iowa — The mother of one of two girls abducted from an Evansdale lake in 2012 is headed to prison for a drug-related conviction. Misty Morrissey was arrested in November following a lengthy drug investigation. This week she pleaded guilty to two counts of delivery of a controlled substance, methamphetamine. She was […]
31, Jul 2014 - Bristol, Tenn. man gets 50-year sentence in child rape case
Randall Dwight Walton II, 32, was ordered to serve 50 years in prison on multiple charges related to a child rape case.
31, Jul 2014 - Muslim group seeks pardon for Marine veteran convicted in Iran
A Muslim rights organization is asking Iran's top leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei for a pardon or re-trial for a former U.S. Marine convicted of criminal charges who was accused of working for the CIA.
31, Jul 2014 - Zakaib to retire after decades as Kanawha judge
By Kate White CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Paul Zakaib Jr., a Kanawha County Circuit judge for nearly three decades, will leave the bench next month. Zakaib, 81, said that after contemplating it for about a year, he will retire Aug. 31. He gave notice to the West Virginia Supreme Court on Monday. "I feel like I want to spend some time with my grandkids. I have a special-needs grandchild I love to be with ...
31, Jul 2014 - Maine man charged with killing dad incompetent
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A Maine man charged with killing and dismembering his father has been ruled incompetent to stand trial and will remain in a state psychiatric facility.
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