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21, Sep 2014 - Judge: Late-jailed Ohio voters may vote absentee
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - A federal judge has ruled that voters arrested and jailed the weekend before Election Day must be given a chance to cast an absentee ballot.
21, Sep 2014 - Last Tennessee Republican AG was elected — in 1865
NASHVILLE — Newly appointed state Attorney General Herbert Slatery, who last week became only the second Republican in Tennessee history to hold the post, fully embraces the unusual process in which the state Supreme Court names the state's top lawyer.
21, Sep 2014 - 2 police officers cleared in fatal shooting of South Daytona rape suspect
Cheyne Pinkney, 28, was shot after raping worker at Hot Tans on Beville Road, cops said. The State Attorney's Office in Volusia County completed its review into a May officer-involved fatal shooting, clearing two officers who shot a man suspected of raping a tanning-salon worker.
21, Sep 2014 - Man killed by SunRail train had been released from prison in April
Sanford police today released the name of the man who was hit and killed by a SunRail train last week The man who was killed by a SunRail train last week in Sanford is an ex-convict with a history of drug offenses, drunkenness and burglaries who had been released from prison in April.
21, Sep 2014 - Feds say drug-sniffing dog with faked credentials may have been trained
Prosecutors are seeking $122,000 seized at BWI Airport Federal prosecutors pursuing a drug money case based in part on a police dog whose certification has been questioned said in court filings this week that the dog might actually have been properly trained.
21, Sep 2014 - Woman granted retrial with new DNA evidence for 1976 Nevada murder
A woman who has spent more than three decades incarcerated for a 1976 Nevada killing she says she did not commit has won her bid for a retrial with new DNA evidence and will be freed from prison in the meantime, her attorney said on Monday. A Washoe County judge granted the retrial for Cathy Woods, 64, who has recanted her confession and claims she was wrongly convicted in 1985 of slaying 19 ...
21, Sep 2014 - Woman imprisoned 30 years for Reno killing gets new trial because of Gypsy Hill evidence
RENO, Nev. (AP) -- A woman who has been in prison for more than 30 years for a Nevada killing was granted a new trial Monday based on recently discovered DNA evidence that her lawyer said ties an Oregon prison inmate to the 1976 slaying of a Reno student and two killings in California.
21, Sep 2014 - Judge changes ruling on north Ga. man banished to Ware County
ATLANTA (AP) – A Georgia man who fired a gun at a home and was later banished from most of the state can live with his mother, but is not al…
21, Sep 2014 - Georgia Council of Magistrate Court Judges Provides Statewide Self-Service Access for Self-Represen
The Georgia Council of Magistrate Court Judges is now offering attorneys and self-represented litigants the opportunity to use a free online service to complete an interview, generate the applicable forms and electronically file court forms via the Odyssey® eFileGA portal.
21, Sep 2014 - Vermont study finds little racial bias in treatment of young offenders
Minority youths access court diversion programs as often as white youths, a recently released study has found. Female youths, however, are less often referred to diversion and more likely to end up in adult court. The study, conducted by the Vermont Center for Justice Research, used three years of data from Chittenden, Rutland and Bennington counties to examine the representation of
21, Sep 2014 - Man sentenced to more than nine years in Menlo Park elder abuse case
A man convicted of felony elder abuse related to withholding medication and forging loans has been sentenced to nine years and four months in state prison, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office.
21, Sep 2014 - DNA evidence could set woman jailed for 30 years free
A woman who has been in prison for more than 30 years for a Nevada killing has been granted a new trial thanks to recently discovered DNA evidence.
21, Sep 2014 - Margaret Lavin: Hillcrest Juvenile Court School Combines Tough Love With A Whole Lot of Support
Each year more than 200,000 school-aged children in California are arrested, 10,000 of which end up in a state or county juvenile incarceration facility, also known as court schools.
21, Sep 2014 - NM jails face litigation on ‘ICE holds’
Bernalillo County has changed its policy on federal requests
21, Sep 2014 - Woman convicted in torching of ex-boyfriend's bed
A Northern California woman accused of setting her ex-boyfriend's bed on fire while he slept is facing up to five years in prison after pleading no contest to felony arson and assault charges.
After reporting a few years ago on some troubling jail incidents, I decided to tour various Southern California jails to glean some insight. Most looked like something out of those tense prison movies with well-armed guards and clanking cell doors.
21, Sep 2014 - Mecosta County Man Accused of Sex Crimes with Child
A Morley man is in jail for having sex with a child under the age of 13. Sean Marek is scheduled to be formally charged today for the sex crimes in Big Rapids. 
21, Sep 2014 - Judge changes but won't lift Ga. man's banishment
ATLANTA (AP) — A Georgia man who fired a gun at a home and was later banished from most of the state can live with his mother, but is not allowed out of the county, a judge ruled Tuesday.
21, Sep 2014 - Alleged pill mill doctor's trial begins
Dr. David W. Daley's only crime, his lawyer said, is being too compassionate to folks with chronic pain. Dr. David W. Daley's only crime, his lawyer said, is being too compassionate to folks with chronic pain.
21, Sep 2014 - Overseas trip helped Mickelson shake ‘rust’
Former University of Arkansas forward Hunter Mickelson, who hadn’t played in a real basketball game — with uniforms, fans and referees — since an SEC Tournament loss to Vanderbilt on March 14, 2013, enthusiastically returned to the court in August. By Gary Bedore
20, Sep 2014 - Court of appeals rules in city of Lebanon’s favor on unfair labor practice
The Oregon Court of Appeals reversed the decision of the Oregon Labor Relations Board which had found the City of Lebanon committed an unfair labor practice on Sept. 3.
20, Sep 2014 - Van Garderen delivers Pro Challenge victory with force
Tejay van Garderen won the Vail time trial in dominant fashion to take a secure hold on the race lead with one stage remaining. Photo: Casey B. Gibson | Tejay van Garderen wrecked the Vail time trail course on Saturday, setting up a title defense Sunday in Denver The post Van Garderen delivers Pro Challenge victory with force appeared first on .
20, Sep 2014 - Texas doctor poisoned lover's coffee over obsession: prosecutor
By Amanda Orr HOUSTON (Reuters) - A breast cancer physician charged with spiking her lover's coffee with a compound used in antifreeze was obsessed with the man and even had a private investigator follow him, prosecutors said in opening statements at her trial on Monday. Dr. Ana Maria Gonzalez-Angulo, 43, is charged with aggravated assault of a family member, which also covers domestic violence ...
20, Sep 2014 - Florida Gov. Rick Scott appointing fewer black judges than predecessors
The percentage of African-American jurists has fallen during his term.
20, Sep 2014 - Michael Elliot pleads no contest to prison escape, kidnapping
IONIA COUNTY, Mich. — Michael Elliot pleaded no contest Thursday to kidnapping, carjacking and escaping from prison. Elliot, 41, escaped from the Ionia Correctional Facility Feb. 2. He then abducted a woman and forced her to drive him to Elkhart County, Indiana. He was arrested the next day in LaPorte County. In Ionia County Circuit […]
20, Sep 2014 - GovBeat: Prisons in these 17 states are over capacity
About one in every 200 Americans are in state or federal correctional facilities. In many states, the prison population is way over capacity.
20, Sep 2014 - Report: Concerns over unit housing escaped killer
An Ohio prisons oversight committee says security management and inmate discipline are concerns at the unit that housed a killer of three who escaped and was recaptured.
20, Sep 2014 - US judge upholds state's same-sex marriage ban
NEW ORLEANS (AP) A federal judge upheld Louisiana's ban on same-sex marriages on Wednesday, as well as the state's refusal to recognize gay marriages legally performed in other states, ending an impressive streak of legal victories...
20, Sep 2014 - Ohio woman in Amish case seeks her release
The attorney for a woman serving time in connection with beard- and hair-cutting attacks targeting Amish is asking a federal judge to release her. Court documents show that Linda Schrock has been imprisoned since March 2013 on a two-year sentence.
20, Sep 2014 - Sexually graphic movies in Iowa prisons to be reviewed
A woman officer says she suffered gender discrimination and a hostile work environment.
20, Sep 2014 - Cindy Stearns sentenced to 75 years in prison for role in father's death
MARION -- Although Cindy Stearns didn’t pull the trigger, her father is dead because of her, Williamson County Judge John Speroni told her Tuesday before sentencing her to 75 years in prison.
20, Sep 2014 - Little Rock lawyer gets five years in federal prison for stealing from trust
David Patrick Henry Sr., 71, has been sentenced to 60 months in federal prison and two years of supervised release, plus ordered to pay $1.02 million in restitution for stealing from a trust. The Justice Department said Henry owed $862,000 to the Joe Thomas Swaffar Irrevocable Insurance Trust and $159,000 to the IRS. A civil action will be filed to pursue forfeiture of Henry's property ...
20, Sep 2014 - Florida felon kills his 6 grandchildren - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports
BELL, Fla. (AP) - Authorities say a man with an extensive criminal record - he spent time in prison a decade ago after the shooting death of his young son - killed six of his grandchildren, his adult daughter and himself in a rampage Thursday at a home in a small Florida town outside of Gainesville.
20, Sep 2014 - Medical battle renewed
A fresh court ruling has put a potentially divisive election issue on the front burner.
20, Sep 2014 - Weber sentenced to two years in prison for driving a stolen Harley
Christopher Lee Weber, 35, of Boone, was sentenced on Friday, Sept. 12, to two years in prison with the Iowa Department of Corrections.
20, Sep 2014 - China levies record fine
BEIJING – Drug giant Glaxo­SmithKline was fined $492 million Friday for bribing doctors in China in the biggest such penalty ever imposed by a Chinese court.
20, Sep 2014 - Prosecutors want to try as adult girl charged in Endia Martin's slaying
Moments after learning she could face trial as an adult and potentially decades behind bars, a 15-year-old girl accused of killing Endia Martin turned to her mother in a Cook County juvenile courtroom Friday and buried her face in her shoulder.
20, Sep 2014 - McDaniel asks court to uphold gay marriage ban
A county judge was wrong to find that Arkansas' ban on same-sex marriage violated the state and federal constitutions, the attorney general's office argued Monday as it asked the state's highest court to uphold the prohibition.
20, Sep 2014 - Inquest to examine cuffed man’s drowning death
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) _ An upcoming court proceeding will examine the death of a handcuffed Iowa man who went overboard as a Missouri State Highway Patrol boat was transporting him from the Lake of the Ozarks on suspicion of boating while intoxicated. The Kansas City Star ( ) reports that the coroner’s inquest in […]
20, Sep 2014 - This Just In: Ohio appeals court overturns Amish hate-crime convictions
An Ohio appeals court has overturned the hate-crime convictions of a rogue Amish group convicted in a series of beard cutting attacks.
20, Sep 2014 - Convicted Rehoboth sex offender pleads not guilty to rape of 15-year-old boy
A Rehoboth man charged with raping a 15-year-old boy was ordered held on $50,000 bail during his arraignment at Taunton District Court on Friday.
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