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16, Apr 2014 - Rupp hoping voters return him to the bench -- Gazette.Net
This story was corrected on April 4, 2014. An explanation follows the story. On Tuesdays, Montgomery County Circuit Court Judge Nelson W. Rupp Jr. takes off his “judge face,” steps out of the courtroom and enters the classroom to teach third-year law school students how to be trial lawyers.
16, Apr 2014 - Texas woman sentenced to life in stiletto-heel killing
By Amanda Orr HOUSTON (Reuters) - A Texas jury sentenced a woman on Friday to life in prison for stabbing her boyfriend to death with the 5-1/2-inch stiletto heel of her shoe during an argument after an alcohol-fueled night out last year. Ana Trujillo, 45, was convicted on Tuesday of killing University of Houston professor Stefan Andersson, 59, who had been stabbed about two dozen times in the ...
16, Apr 2014 - Forgotten Population - Women’s City Club to host a discussion on ways the criminal justice system
E ach week Ohio Justice and Policy Center (OJPC) Executive Director David Singleton visits the Dayton Correctional Institute (DCI). He feels his presence is making a difference — hearing voices that would have otherwise remained silent. He speaks candidly about one of his clients, a woman serving 17 years after shooting her former police officer husband to death.
16, Apr 2014 - ‘Cruel and unusual’ punishment sparks debate
Among the U.S. Constitution’s Bill of Rights, the Eighth Amendment is the shortest - just 16 words. It reads: “Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.” As might be expected, the brevity has led to an array of interpretations.
16, Apr 2014 - Police: Renton murder suspect blames alternate personality for girlfriend’s death
A King County District Court judge found probable cause to hold a 20-year-old Renton man on investigation of second-degree murder in connection with the fatal strangling of the man’s 20-year-old girlfriend on Saturday.
16, Apr 2014 - Riverview patient heads back to prison
Michael James had fought the discharge from the custody of the Department of Health and Human Services’ commissioner following a day-long court hearing Thursday.
16, Apr 2014 - Water War
Were you hoping the Confederated Salish-Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) water compact fiasco would simmer down? Well, take a look at the lawsuit the CSKT filed at the end of February – it’s an amazing document. In a nutshell, the CSKT, represented by four tribal attorneys and experienced tribal-law advocate James Goetz of Bozeman, asked new U.S. District Court Judge Dana Christensen for an injunction ...
16, Apr 2014 - S.Fla. Doctor Given 6 Years In Pill Mill Case
A South Florida doctor is behind bars after a U.S. District judge in West Palm Beach sentenced her to more than six years in prison in connection to a pill mill case.
16, Apr 2014 - Drug tampering at Florida lab prompts changes
Florida prosecutors will drop some drug cases and more closely scrutinize drug evidence after a former state crime lab analyst was accused of stealing narcotics from evidence bags, replacing them with over-the-counter medicine.
16, Apr 2014 - Judge: Man with infectious TB must stay home alone
CHICAGO - An Illinois judge on Friday ordered a disobedient patient with infectious tuberculosis to wear an ankle bracelet and stay home alone or be taken into custody.
16, Apr 2014 - Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP Announces Election of Partner Matthew A. Funk
Attorney Matthew A. Funk, a New York workers’ compensation lawyer and partner at the firm, was recently elected as Deputy Treasurer of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association. Another partner, Catherine M. Stanton, was elected to the board of directors. (PRWeb April 06, 2014) Read the full story at
16, Apr 2014 - Judge refuses to halt Wal-Mart proxy distribution
A federal judge in Delaware says Wal-Mart can send its annual proxy statement to shareholders without a Manhattan church parish's proposal for a shareholder vote involving gun sales. The judge noted Friday ...
16, Apr 2014 - Lee County woman pleads guilty to over $48,000 in welfare fraud
JONESVILLE — A Southwest Virginia woman who fraudulently collected nearly $50,000 in welfare money over a four-year period pleaded guilty to 10 felony counts this week in Lee County Circuit Court.Patricia Ann Wade, 37, of Pennington, was convicted Monday of eight counts of making false claims on a welfare application and two counts of welfare fraud after she falsely claimed on state welfare ...
16, Apr 2014 - Dad guilty of murder in tot's creek-tossing death - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri Ne
FREEHOLD, N.J. (AP) - A man who tossed his 2-year-old daughter into a creek while she was still strapped into her car seat was convicted Thursday of her murder and smirked as he was led out of court in handcuffs to spend what will probably be the rest of his life behind bars.
16, Apr 2014 - Glenn Head found not guilty of murdering neighbor
Head was acquitted Friday by a Randolph County jury in the December 2012 shooting death of Bill Bacon of Novelty, Mo. (Photo courtesy: Edina Sentinel)
16, Apr 2014 - Indiana couple in same-sex marriage recognized by court
A federal judge ruled Tuesday an Indiana same-sex couple's marriage will be temporarily recognized by the state.
16, Apr 2014 - Alamogordo police logs (March 28 - April 3)
Editor's note: Police logs are provided to the Daily News by the Alamogordo Police Department. Friday, March 28 Day Shift Tiffany Towery, 20, of the 1300 block of Filmore, was ticketed for alleged animals at large and will have to appear in Municipal Court.
16, Apr 2014 - Court Docs: Suspected Serial Killer "Used Sex Change to Control Violence"
A woman suspected of killing three Spokane women in 1990 is back in the Spokane County Jail, but declined to make her court appearance on three murder charges Monday afternoon.
16, Apr 2014 - Former prosecutor Bujak gets OK to represent himself
The Idaho Press-Tribune reports that U.S. District Court Judge Edward Lodge in documents released Thursday approved John Bujak's request.
16, Apr 2014 - State senator in bribery scheme appears in court
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A California state senator is being held on $500,000 bail after appearing handcuffed in shackled in federal court.
16, Apr 2014 - No bills yet from Christie's bridge traffic lawyers
TRENTON - New Jersey's top law enforcement official couldn't say Tuesday how much state taxpayers are paying in legal bills to investigate September's lane closures at the George Washington Bridge. He hasn't received any bills from the law firm retained by Gov. Christie's office.
16, Apr 2014 - Pistorius takes prosthetics off during testimony
Oscar Pistorius described what he said were the moments before he shot Reeva Steenkamp to death and even removed his prosthetic legs in court and stood by the toilet door which he had fired into last year.
16, Apr 2014 - Virginia AG files brief supporting gay marriage
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Same-sex couples have the same right to marry as interracial heterosexual couples, Virginia's attorney general said Friday in papers urging an appellate court to uphold a judge's ruling that the state's gay marriage ban is unconstitutional.
16, Apr 2014 - 4 Idaho teens serving life prison sentences
Four Idaho youths are now serving life in prison without patrol for murder convictions.
16, Apr 2014 - Public safety summary
A Springfield man was sentenced to five years in prison and five years of probation Thursday in the stabbing of a pet pig in Effingham County last year.
16, Apr 2014 - Allen Harim defends plan to build chicken plant
Poultry processor Allen Harim Foods LLC has defended its right to convert a former Vlasic pickle plant into a poultry processing plant in an industrialized area in Millsboro. Protecting Our Indian River, a grassroots citizens group, filed a lawsuit against Allen Harim and the Sussex County Board of Adjustment in an effort to halt the project. In its 38-page answering brief filed March 31 in ...
16, Apr 2014 - Pistorius sobs during testimony in murder trial
Oscar Pistorius has broken down in sobs and howls while testifying in his murder trial, forcing the court to adjourn as he was describing how he shot girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in his home last year.
16, Apr 2014 - Morning briefing: Scott Walker wants state high court to take up John Doe subpoenas
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country. 
16, Apr 2014 - Suit to decide whether Sleepy's drivers are employees or contractors
Are the drivers who deliver Sleepy's mattresses employees or independent contractors? The outcome of a case argued Monday in New Jersey Supreme Court could have major ramifications for businesses and workers.
16, Apr 2014 - Liquor Stores N.A. Ltd.-U.S. Appeals Court Re-Affirmation: Grocery Stores and Gas Stations in Kentu
Liquor Stores N.A. Ltd , North America's largest publicly-traded liquor retailer reported that the sale of wine and spirits will not be permitted in grocery stores or gas stations in the state of Kentucky. ...
16, Apr 2014 - If filed, plane lawsuits might not get heard in US - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
BEIJING (AP) - Since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing, some lawyers have claimed they can get several millions of dollars in damages for each lost passenger by taking the cases to the United States.
16, Apr 2014 - Man Posed as Modeling Exec at Boise-area Mall, Forced Teen into Prostitution, Police Say
A man posing as a modeling executive recruited a teenager at an Idaho shopping mall, flew her to Los Angeles and took her to a party at the Playboy Mansion, then coerced her into working as a prostitute, according to documents filed in federal court in Portland.
16, Apr 2014 - More prison time for former pharmacist convicted of murder
CLEVELAND COUNTY, Okla. – Two more years have been added on to the life sentence currently being served by former...
16, Apr 2014 - Points Instead Of Tickets Issued On Rock Island Arsenal
Instead of tickets, the Rock Island Arsenal will begin issuing points for driving infractions on Arsenal Island. Officials say they enforce rules under Illinois law, but cases on the military installation
16, Apr 2014 - Titleholder Garcia files suit against Top Rank
Junior lightweight titleholder Miguel Angel "Mikey" Garcia, declaring that his promotional agreement with Top Rank is illegal and also expired, sued the company in California State Court in Riverside County on April 8.
16, Apr 2014 - Stock market turns lower as tech sector slumps
A federal judge has set a May 14 sentencing date for a Mississippi man who pleaded guilty to making ricin and sending letters dusted with the poison to President Barack Obama and other officials.
16, Apr 2014 - Couple’s suit against state’s fracking lease gets OK to proceed
A Franklin County judge has ruled that a Guernsey County couple can move forward with a lawsuit that seeks to stop fracking beneath and around Seneca Lake. The couple filed the suit in October, eight months after the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District approved a $40.3 million lease with a Colorado-based drilling company for underground mineral rights to 6,400 acres, including the lake.
16, Apr 2014 - 4 Idaho teens to serve life prison sentences
Although charged as adults, the prisons keep the children segregated from the rest of the adult population until they are legally considered adults.
16, Apr 2014 - Former Connecticut Governor Indicted for Allegedly Concealing Involvement in Campaigns
10 years ago, Connecticut Governor John Rowland resigned from office in disgrace and later went to prison on corruption charge. Former Republican congressional candidate Lisa Wilson-Foley and her husband, Brian Foley, pleaded guilty March 31 to a scheme to create a phony contract that hid the consulting role prosecutors say Rowland played in her campaign. Rowland was indicted on seven counts in ...
16, Apr 2014 - 'Entrenched in the hate movement'
Last week, the Anti-Defamation League issued a warning: The Passover holiday was coming up Monday. So was Adolf Hitler's birthday next Sunday -- two events that could coincide with the increased possibility of violent attacks against Jewish community centers.
16, Apr 2014 - W.Va. coal miner charged with falsifying records
WHEELING, W.Va. (AP) - A West Virginia coal miner has been charged with falsifying safety records at an Ohio County mine. The U.S. attorney's office in Wheeling announced Monday 31-year-old Sean A. Chase of Spencer was indicted by a grand jury on 29 counts of making false representations ...
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