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28, Nov 2014 - Judge allows Null to hire expert witness for resentencing
A judge will allow a 20-year-old Cedar Rapids man convicted as a juvenile in a fatal shooting and robbery to hire an expert witness to testify at his re-sentencing. Sixth Judicial District Judge Ian Thornhill approved $10,000 — which will be paid by the state — for the expert who will testify at Denem Null's resentencing Feb. 27 in Linn County District Court. Mark Myers, attorney for Null, told ...
28, Nov 2014 - Jury Finds Tradition Is No Excuse For Brutal Hazing
Dante Martin faces a possible 22 years in prison for manslaughter in the death of fellow Florida A&M band member Robert Champion.
28, Nov 2014 - Court unseals 49-count indictment against ex-Corrections Commissioner Epps
JACKSON — A 49-count federal indictment charges former Mississippi Corrections Commissioner Christopher Epps, who resigned abruptly this week, with accepting more than $700,000 in bribes from a Rankin County businessman.
28, Nov 2014 - Two Americans freed by N. Korea are on their way home
WASHINGTON - North Korea freed two Americans from prison and they were returning to the United States on Saturday after the surprise involvement of the top-ranking U.S. intelligence official in their release.
28, Nov 2014 - Seven more sentenced for involvement in Aryan Brotherhood of Texas racketeering conspiracy
Seven Aryan Brotherhood of Texas (ABT) gang members from Houston and Dallas were sentenced to prison this week for their roles in the violent ABT enterprise, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson a
28, Nov 2014 - Sheriff: Police departments must drive inmates to Stryker once jail fills up
Lucas County Sheriff John Tharp has announced that once the Lucas County Jail is at capacity, police departments booking inmates at the jail will have to take those inmates to the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio in Stryker, Ohio. That's a 104 mile round trip for officers. 
28, Nov 2014 - More Virginia death-row inmates challenge solitary confinement
They might spend their days alone on death row — but they're unified in a fight with the state in federal court.
28, Nov 2014 - Local man pleads guilty on federal kidnapping charge
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. >> Jessie A. Hopper Jr., 30, of Deming, pled guilty Friday morning in federal court in Las Cruces to conspiracy, kidnapping and firearms charges.
28, Nov 2014 - Former preacher sentenced for knowingly spreading HIV
A former Mid-South preacher was sentenced to five years in prison for knowingly spreading HIV. One day after the sentencing, Rodney Carr filed a motion for a new trial.
28, Nov 2014 - Judge says Oregon woman's noisy rooster must go
It was just the first of Mr. Rooster's problems that he was first believed to be a Ms. His crowing has given him away, though, and his owner in Cornelius has been dinged six times in five months for violating city ordinances.
28, Nov 2014 - Patent lawsuits as a business model erodes as US rules tighten
Companies that build their business models around aggressive patent litigation are discovering that approach is less lucrative after a Supreme Court ruling and stricter government policies.
28, Nov 2014 - Patrick Cannon ballot removed; heads to prison Tuesday
The Mecklenburg County Board of Elections officially removed former Charlotte mayor Patrick Cannon's illegal vote from its results. Cannon cast a ballot during early voting, which he's not allowed to do since he pleaded guilty to felony corruption charges. RAW VIDEO : Patrick Cannon apologizes for casting ballot A judge placed him on house arrest and electronic monitoring last week after he ...
28, Nov 2014 - Man accused in $5M violin sentenced to prison
A Wisconsin man accused of masterminding the theft of a $5 million Stradivarius violin has been sentenced to seven years in prison.
28, Nov 2014 - Receiver is named for Saddle Brook hotel
A federal court in Chicago has named a receiver to take over control, and to liquidate, the assets of Florida businessman Nikesh Patel, including the yet-unopened Crowne Plaza hotel in Saddle Brook.
28, Nov 2014 - Suspect in German student death had criminal past
MISSOULA, Montana (AP) " A man charged with shooting and killing a German exchange student in his garage has a criminal record in Washington state and Montana.Court records show Markus Kaarma pleaded guilty in 2003 to an assault...
28, Nov 2014 - Luzerne County judges pick new leader
As he prepares to hand over the Luzerne County president judge leadership post to Richard Hughes, Thomas Burke believes he's made a difference restoring the court's image.
28, Nov 2014 - Federal judge dismisses lawsuit against CertusBank
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by three former CertusBank executives who claimed they were unjustly fired.
28, Nov 2014 - GovBeat: 21 states want a court to overturn Maryland’s post-Sandy Hook assault weapons ban
In a filing in support of the law's opponents, the states argue the Maryland law is unconstitutional.
28, Nov 2014 - Accused Mexican drug boss pleads not guilty
WASHINGTON (AP) — An accused leader of a Mexican drug-trafficking cartel pleaded not guilty in federal court Monday after being extradited to the United States.
28, Nov 2014 - Immigrant who hid in US church temporarily freed
PORTLAND, Oregon (AP) — A federal judge on Friday ordered the temporary release of an immigrant activist who took refuge at an Oregon church to avoid deportation and was arrested this week on federal charge of illegal re-entry.
28, Nov 2014 - Embargoed AJPH Research: Children's Social Competence, Neighborhood Incarceration Impacts, Jail
In this month's release, find new embargoed research about children with low social competence and obesity; potential mental health impacts on neighborhoods with high incarceration rates; and Hepatitis C testing in U.S. prisons and jails.
28, Nov 2014 - Takata Airbag Recall Class Action Lawsuit Resource Released by Florida Injury Attorney
TK Holdings, Japanese manufacturer Takata Corp.’s North American subsidiary, recently announced the massive recall of airbags that affects over 14 million vehicles across the world. Philip DeBerard, III of Florida’s Law Offices of Philip DeBerard has released a resource to educate people on the incident as well as help individuals determine if their vehicle may be involved in the recall. (PRWeb ...
28, Nov 2014 - Mexican man admits guilt in teen-girl sex case in N. Florida
A Mexican citizen faces as much as life in prison after admitting he flew a 14-year-old girl from Las Vegas to North Florida for sex in May, federal officials say.
28, Nov 2014 - Utah professor pushes for 'drone court' to approve U.S. strikes
Today, when U.S. intelligence agencies believe they know the location of a terrorist in Pakistan and a few other countries, they are largely free to deploy a weapon thatâs become the symbol of war on terror: an aerial drone. The drone drops a bomb or fires a missile that executes the suspect. University of Utah law professor Amos Guiora is pushing for another step before the U.S. government or ...
28, Nov 2014 - Grandson booked on murder charge in Delsy Williams' death
Authorities in Evangeline Parish have rebooked Christopher Goodley on first-degree murder in the death of his grandmother, Delsy Williams. Goodley, 21, is now in Evangeline Parish Jail on counts of first-degree murder and simple burglary, according to a parish official. He is due in state district court for a hearing on those charges in January, the official said. The Evangeline Parish Sheriff's ...
28, Nov 2014 - Desperado's Case Update
Jennifer Panos will spend four years in prison after admitting she bribed police to look the other way. Two former dancers were sentenced to five years' probation for their roles.The couple will report to prison on January 7th.
28, Nov 2014 - S.C. plans to appeal same-sex marriage ruling, seeks emergency stay
S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson filed notice Thursday that he plans to appeal a federal judge's ruling legalizing same-sex marriage and is asking for an emergency stay so that no weddings are performed while the appeal is pending.
28, Nov 2014 - Joseph Steinberg, judge and writer, dies at 86
BLOOMFIELD, Conn. (AP) - Retired Connecticut Judge Joseph Steinberg, who hosted a weekly news program with reporters on public television for two decades and wrote books on real estate and other topics, has died. He was 86.
28, Nov 2014 - Opinions – 11/13/14: Maryland Court of Special Appeals
Criminal Procedure Open view doctrine BOTTOM LINE: Circuit court properly denied defendant’s motion to suppress evidence recovered by police detective after he saw a large amount of drugs on a ledge above an interior door and entered the unlocked, ajar storm door of defendant’s house, because the items in the vestibule could have been disposed ...
28, Nov 2014 - Southbridge man accused of cross-country crime spree to remain in jail
A Massachusetts judge has ruled that a man accused of raping a 13-year-old girl and suspected of raping female escorts in several states should remain locked up because he is a danger to others.
28, Nov 2014 - Inmates invited to break bread with Morgan Co. church on Thanksgiving
Inmates at the Morgan County Jail had an invitation for food, family atmosphere, and faith outside of the jail courtesy of the Austinville United Methodist Church.
28, Nov 2014 - Oklahoma City man pleads guilty to picking up 13-year-old runaway for sex
OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City man is facing life in prison for allegedly traveling to Colorado to bring a 13-year-old to Oklahoma City to engage in illicit sexual conduct. Officials say 43-year-old Mark Sumpter pleaded guilty to the charges Monday. According to court documents, on June 27, 2014, the Oklahoma City Police Department notified […]
28, Nov 2014 - Ginsburg back at home, expected at court next week
WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has returned home after undergoing an operation to implant a heart stent to clear a blocked artery and is expected to hear oral arguments on Monday.
28, Nov 2014 - WATCH: Despite Ruling, Fla. AG Still Wants Marriage Decided by Supreme Court
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi's plans to take marriage equality directly to the state supreme court don't match a recent court decision on the issue. read more
28, Nov 2014 - AstraZeneca, Soccer, E-Cigarettes: Intellectual Property
AstraZeneca Plc (AZN) and Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd. (RBXY) failed to derail a landmark trial in the U.S. accusing the companies of colluding to delay the release of a cheaper version of the top-selling heartburn pill Nexium.
28, Nov 2014 - Prosecutors to call 50 witnesses in trial of murdered teen
New details are released Wednesday about the trial of a man accused of killing an Orange County teen.
28, Nov 2014 - Lawyer: Morgan still recovering from brain injury
Tracy Morgan is fighting to recover from a severe brain injury suffered in a highway crash more than five months ago, and it's unknown if the actor-comedian will be "the Tracy Morgan he once was," his lawyer said Tuesday.
28, Nov 2014 - Kidnap suspect gets an attorney
Delvin Barnes, accused of kidnapping a Philadelphia woman, made his first appearance in federal court.
28, Nov 2014 - Maryland A.G. seeks life for one of four Death Row inmates
Frances Burns ANNAPOLIS, Md., Nov. 6 (UPI) -- Jody Lee Miles, one of four inmates still on Maryland's Death Row, should be given a life sentence with no parole, the state attorney general said Thursday.
28, Nov 2014 - Opening arguments begin in trial of man accused of paralyzing store manager robbery
Opening arguments have begun in the attempted murder trial of a man accused of stabbing a Dollar General Store Manager and leaving him for dead.
28, Nov 2014 - Fannin County deputy's conviction spawns inmates' federal lawsuit
BONHAM, Texas -- Two Fannin County inmates who were sexually assaulted by a former Sheriff's deputy have filed a lawsuit naming Fannin County, the jail management company, the deputy who assaulted the women, and his former supervisor.
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