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31, Oct 2014 - Final sentencing issued in Verona Subway robbery case
The third of three Newark men charged in connection to the robbery at a Verona Subway restaurant in 2013 was sentenced Tuesday to 50 months in prison for his role in the crime.
31, Oct 2014 - Arcade woman gets prison for embezzling fore than $100,000
LITTLE VALLEY — An Arcade woman accused of embezzling more than $100,000 from her employer has pleaded guilty to grand larceny and forgery charges in Cattaraugus County Court.
31, Oct 2014 - Couple sentenced to over 1,500 years for child pornography
An Alabama couple was sentenced to 1,590 years in prison for sexually abusing a minor in their custody in order to produce images of child pornography.
31, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court clerk: Plum job for legal elite
WASHINGTON (AP) — Joshua Matz didn't bother waiting to write about the Supreme Court until he went to work there. He teamed with a renowned Harvard law professor to finish a book about the court before he started his year as a law clerk to Justice Anthony Kennedy.
31, Oct 2014 - Supporters and critics of Measure 91 speak their minds
By Jessica De Nova/ MEDFORD, Ore.-Lighting up a joint for fun will be legal in the state if Oregonians vote in favor of Measure 91 in November's election. Measure 91 is heating up debates in southern Oregon. If passed in November's general election, The Control, Regulation, and Taxation of Marijuana and Industrial Hemp Act will legalize recreational use of cannabis for people 21 years of ...
31, Oct 2014 - Gay couples marry in Johnston
Gay marriage became legal in North Carolina just after 5:30 p.m. Oct. 10, when Judge Max Cogburn issued a ruling deeming the state’s ban on gay marriage unconstitutional. As of… Click to Continue »
31, Oct 2014 - Attorneys Boost Citizenship Process
PASCO, WA- Washington New Americans put on Citizenship Day at Columbia Basin College Saturday. Eight attorneys volunteered to view people's applications for filing and processing for citizenship. They expected to get nearly 50 people processed, and those they could not get to, were put on the waiting list. One attorney explained how important it is to have clinics like this with specialists that ...
31, Oct 2014 - Appeals court rules on teen life sentences
FAYETTEVILLE — North Carolina judges have made conflicting rulings on whether dozens of prisoners serving life sentences for killings committed when they were teens should have a chance at parole after 25 years.
31, Oct 2014 - The Law Offices of Dale Lipsmeyer, Smolen, Smolen, & Roytman, PLLC, and Caruso Law Firm, PC Announc
A team of experienced oil and gas trial lawyers representing Arkansas land owners today announced class action status has been granted in an action against SEECO, Inc. (n/k/a SWN P
31, Oct 2014 - New charge filed against man accused of abducting UC Riverside student
Wednesday, October 8 th , 2014 Issue 41, Volume 18. You need Flash player 8+ and JavaScript enabled to view this video. RIVERSIDE - Prosecutors today filed a new charge that carries a potential life sentence against a man accused of abducting a UC Riverside student, who persuaded him to let her go.
31, Oct 2014 - Man who broke in to CDC gets jail time
BENNINGTON -- One of the two men accused of breaking in to the Southwest Vermont Career Development Center last October, was sentenced earlier this month to serve two years in prison. Matthew Adrion, 24, of Petersburgh, N.Y., pleaded guilty on Oct. 8 in Vermont Superior Court to a felony charge of burglary, and misdemeanor false information to police.
31, Oct 2014 - Jury in Myers case recommends death penalty
UPDATE @ 8:40 p.m.: The jury deliberated six hours before making its recommendation in the case against Myers, 19, of Clayton. Judge Donald Oda II has set a sentencing hearing for Thursday, Oct. 16, on the other charges on which Myers was convicted in the trial's first phase. Oda, at that same hearing, will decide whether the death penalty should be imposed. Sandy Cates, mother of victim Justin ...
31, Oct 2014 - Guidelines aimed at slowing growth of inmate count
MONTOMGERY, Ala. (AP) — Officials studying ways to reduce Alabama prison overcrowding and inmate recidivism say new sentencing guidelines that were implemented in 2013 are expected to stabilize and slow the growth of the state's prison population.
31, Oct 2014 - New trial date set for UA rape case
A trial has been postponed to December for a Springdale man arrested last year in connection with the rape a woman in 2012 at a parking lot on the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville campus.
31, Oct 2014 - N.H. court considering new trial for former Lowell man
CONCORD, N.H. -- New Hampshire's highest court is mulling whether a 76-year-old former Lowell man serving life in prison for a 1971 murder in New Hampshire should be allowed to seek a new trial after new DNA analysis questioned key part of the
31, Oct 2014 - Judge rules park ranger was wrong to use stun gun on dog walker
More than two years ago, a Northern California man gave National Park Service ranger Sarah Cavallaro an attitude and was generally uncooperative as they discussed his off-leash dogs.
31, Oct 2014 - NE Nebraska county supervisor's trial pushed back
The trial of an Antelope County, Nebraska Supervisor accused of stealing from the county is being pushed back.
31, Oct 2014 - Arrest warrant issued for Arkansas housing chief
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - A judge issued an arrest warrant for a housing agency's executive director over claims he didn't provide documents requested by an Arkansas newspaper. District Judge Alice Lightle signed the warrant Thursday for Rodney Forte, the executive director of the Metropolitan Housing Alliance. An ...
31, Oct 2014 - SD man sentenced in fatal New Year's Day crash
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A South Dakota man will serve 13 years in prison for a New Year's Day crash in Sioux Falls that killed a woman.
31, Oct 2014 - Pinnacle Biologics, Inc., a subsidiary of Concordia Healthcare Corp., announces European site initi
Pinnacle Biologics, Inc., a subsidiary of Concordia Healthcare Corp., announces European site initiation of Phase 3 bile duct cancer trial using photodynamic therapy with PHOTOFRIN®
31, Oct 2014 - Dist. Court, Div. 6 candidates
The race for Division 6 is between Democrat Cindy Mercer and Republican R. Lar Thomas.
31, Oct 2014 - Judge denies Sarah Johnson bid for acquittal
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31, Oct 2014 - Judge: State officials must act now to improve Southland's Jefferson High
A Northern California judge ruled Wednesday that the learning time lost by dozens of students at Jefferson High School in Los Angeles is so egregious that state officials must intervene to fix the problem.
31, Oct 2014 - Tiger Traders Busted in Indonesia
The West Java Natural Resources Conservation Agency (BKSDA) of the Ministry of Forestry, the Indonesian Police (Lampung office), and the Wildlife Conservation Society's Wildlife Crimes Unit announced today enforcement action against two wildlife traffickers trading tiger parts online.
31, Oct 2014 - El Paso County Commissioners to negotiate with Texas company for jail-cost study
The El Paso County Commissioners Court is negotiating how much to pay a Texas firm to study whether it's cheaper to remodel or replace the Downtown jail.
31, Oct 2014 - Senator asks district attorneys to not prosecute medical cannabis cases
A Pennsylvania state senator sent a letter to all district attorneys in the state asking them not to prosecute anyone using medical cannabis for medical purposes. A bill that would have allowed the use of medical cannabis failed to pass the state house of representatives during session. Now district attorneys in our area are asking […]
31, Oct 2014 - Joplin To Get 155 New Trees For Tornado Recovery
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Inmates at a Missouri prison have been taking care of 155 new trees that will be donated to Joplin to replace trees lost in the May 2011 tornado. The Missouri Department of Corrections on Monday announced that oaks, tulip poplars and other trees will be donated to help Joplin recover from the tornado, which destroyed more than 15,000 trees. The EF-5 tornado killed 161 ...
31, Oct 2014 - California to pay $1.95 million to atheist parolee over religious drug-treatment program
The California government will pay $1.95 million to an atheist and former parolee who went back to prison after refusing to participate in a religiously tinged inpatient treatment program.
31, Oct 2014 - Beauprez criticism of Hickenlooper draws ire of Clements widow
In a late-campaign ad intended for TV, former congressman Bob Beauprez blasted Gov. John Hickenlooper's safety record by focusing on the murders of prisons chief Tom Clements and Commerce City father Nathan Leon.
31, Oct 2014 - Concussion lawsuit vs. NHL filed in federal court
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- The consolidated class-action lawsuit by former NHL players against the league over concussion-related injuries has been filed in federal court.
31, Oct 2014 - 7th Circuit hears appeal in poisoning death
KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) - The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has heard arguments in the case of a Wisconsin man whose conviction for poisoning his wife was overturned. The state appealed the case to the 7th Circuit after a federal district judge in Milwaukee overturned Mark Jensen's 2008 ...
31, Oct 2014 - Jury selection begins in alleged hit man trial
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Jury selection is to begin in the trial of an Amarillo plastic surgeon accused in a murder-for-hire plot to kill a Lubbock pathologist who was dating his former girlfriend. Interviews of potential jurors begin Tuesday for the capital murder trial of 50-year-old Dr. Thomas Michael Dixon, who's been jailed since his arrest.
31, Oct 2014 - Court will expedite Arkansas gay marriage case
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas' highest court has agreed to move quickly on a case challenging the state's gay marriage ban.
31, Oct 2014 - Court orders American Indian casino in California to stay closed after standoff
By Alex Dobuzinskis LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A federal court on Wednesday ordered an American Indian casino in California to remain closed over public safety concerns tied to an armed standoff that occurred last week between two tribal factions at the establishment, officials said. The order by U.S. District Judge Lawrence O'Neill of the Eastern District of California is expected to keep the ...
31, Oct 2014 - Cadillac man charged with stealing TV
CADILLAC — A Cadillac man has been charged with stealing a television on Aug. 3 in Cadillac. Zachary Ryan Reed, 28, has been arraigned in 84th District Court on one count of larceny in a building. The property involved was a flat-screen television, according to court records.
31, Oct 2014 - Frat Members Charged In Teen's Death Released From Jail
Four University of Nebraska-Lincoln fraternity members charged in the alcohol death of another member have been released from jail on personal recognizance bonds while they await prosecution.
31, Oct 2014 - Beckett pleads guilty to one charge in hit-and-run
By Larry Briscoe Correspondent   Former West Tawakoni City Councilwoman Laura Denise Bailey Beckett has pled guilty to one count of failure to stop at an accident causing serious bodily injury or death, Hunt County District Attorney Noble D. Walker Jr. said Monday in a prepared news release. A trial was scheduled to have begun […]
31, Oct 2014 - Gets life sentence in killing
Twenty-nine-year-old Jamal Charles of New Iberia will spend the remainder of his life in prison after being convicted of killing his then-girlfriend’s 4-year-old daughter.
31, Oct 2014 - Healey: I'll be consumer advocate as AG
LOWELL -- After trouncing Democratic rival Warren Tolman in the primary for state Attorney General last month, former Assistant Attorney General Maura Healey is one step -- and a Republican candidate -- away from becoming what she describes as "the
31, Oct 2014 - People: ‘Modern Family’ actress Hyland granted restraining order - Tue, 07 Oct 2014 PST
“Modern Family” actress Sarah Hyland’s ex-boyfriend has been ordered to stay away from the actress and not contact her for three years. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Andrea Thompson granted Hyland the protection from actor Matt Prokop on Thursday.
31, Oct 2014 - Murder plea ends trial in walking trail slaying
INDIANA, Pa. (AP) - A trial ended for a western Pennsylvania man charged with his alleged part in the drug-related killing on a walking trail last year when the prosecutor accepted the defendant's offer to plead guilty to a lesser charge of third-degree murder.
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