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22, Aug 2014 - Hernandez cousin asks for leniency, cites cancer
A cousin of ex-New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez wants a Massachusetts judge to spare her from additional incarceration, saying she's dying from breast cancer that had been in remission but has returned and spread. Tanya Singleton, of Bristol, Connecticut, initially pleaded not guilty to criminal contempt for refusing to testify before a grand jury that indicted Hernandez in the ...
22, Aug 2014 - Man sentenced after pleading guilty to statutory sodomy with teenage girl
Police say Justin R. Williams was sentence to six years in prison after he told investigators he had sexual contact with a teenage girl on several occasions last July.
Not so long ago, the conventional wisdom in legal circles was that any violent criminal sentenced to life with the possibility of parole in California wasn’t likely to ever walk out of prison.
22, Aug 2014 - Anderson County POW honored years later
Friday was a special day for the family of Private First Class Everett McNabb and for East Tennessee. McNabb was wounded during his service in the U.S. Army in Korea, and then taken as a Prison of War for two years.
22, Aug 2014 - Parents sue caregiver website company over death
KENOSHA, Wis. — A Wisconsin couple has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Illinois baby sitter charged in the death of their infant and the caregiver screening website they used to hire her. A lawsuit filed by Nathan and Reggan Koopmeiners in Kenosha County Circuit Court names the company,, and Sarah Gumm as defendants.
22, Aug 2014 - Royal Caribbean, ‘The Killing’: Intellectual Property
Loral Space & Communications Inc. (LORL) won the reversal of a $283 million patent verdict against its former Space Systems/Loral unit after a federal judge voiced skepticism at the basis for the jury’s determination.
22, Aug 2014 - Liberia to give two doctors trial drug, Ebola toll at 1,013
By Clair MacDougall and Daniel Flynn MONROVIA/DAKAR (Reuters) - Liberia said on Tuesday it would treat two infected doctors with the scarce experimental Ebola drug ZMapp, the first Africans to receive the treatment, while authorities in Spain said a 75-year-old priest had died of the disease. The death toll from the worst ever outbreak of the highly contagious disease has climbed to 1,013 since ...
22, Aug 2014 - Prince of Pot Marc Emery could return to Vancouver next weekend: wife
The self-styled Prince of Pot could be back on Canadian soil next Tuesday and home in Vancouver next weekend if his release and transfer from a county jail in Louisiana goes according to plan.
22, Aug 2014 - Troubled C-Falls woman sentenced again for meth
A 36-year-old Columbia Falls woman with drug problems has been sentenced to five years with the Montana Department of Corrections after she pleaded guilty to felony possession of meth.
22, Aug 2014 - Gautier woman sentenced to prison for third DUI conviction
A Gautier woman will serve more than five years in prison after a Harrison County jury found her guilty of felony driving under the influence third offense on Wednesday. District Attorney Joel Smith said a state toxicologist confirmed Marlene Zernee McCoy, 37, had nine different prescription drugs, along with marijuana and alcohol, in her system when she was arrested for DUI on October 3, 2012.
22, Aug 2014 - Arizona's McCain says execution of inmate was torture; lawmakers doubt changes will be made
U.S. Sen. John McCain says he believes the execution of an Arizona inmate that lasted two hours was torture. The Republican who represents the conservative state told Politico that he supports capital punishment for certain crimes but felt Wednesday's execution of Joseph Rudolph Wood was a "bollocks-upped situation." The execution brought new attention to the death penalty debate in the U.S. as ...
22, Aug 2014 - Man gets 6 years for injuring toddler
TEXARKANA — An Arkansas man has been sentenced to six years in prison for punching a 15-month-old girl and fracturing her skull.
22, Aug 2014 - 'Monster' with million child porn photos gets 33 years
WILMINGTON, Del. (KHOU)— A man was sentenced to 33 years in prison Friday for taking some 95 lewd photos of children in his care, improperly touching one of those children and for having a collection of more than 1 million child porn images.
22, Aug 2014 - Sentences handed down in four cases
The Pike County District Attorney's Office said criminal sentencing has been completed for two Bushkill residents, one from Hawley and one from Dingmans Ferry.
22, Aug 2014 - Attorneys Struggling to Help Migrants Navigate Complex Legal System
EL PASO — As images of Central American minors huddled on detention center floors or crowded atop a northbound freight train are being replayed around the country, Texas immigration lawyers are scrambling to coordinate representation for the migrants.
22, Aug 2014 - Miami, Orlando immigration courts fast track juvenile deportation proceeding
Courts fast-track hearings for minors and families, but it means delays for others.
22, Aug 2014 - FWC cites former leader of large-scale Lower Keys lobster poaching ring
A former Lower Keys commercial fisherman who served a federal prison sentence for running a massive lobster-poaching operation was ticketed by state marine officers Thursday. Click to Continue »
22, Aug 2014 - Vermont lawmakers to hear about drugs in prisons
The Vermont Legislature's Corrections Oversight Committee is set to get a briefing on the problem of drugs flowing into the state's prisons.
22, Aug 2014 - Mississippi GOP denies Chris McDaniel's Senate race challenge
State party officials urge challenger to Sen. Thad Cochran to take his complaints about July's Senate primary to the courts instead
22, Aug 2014 - Hate crime case resurrects racial wounds in NYC
Yitzhak Shuchat, a white member of a civilian patrol group, and Andrew Charles, the black son of a police officer, came face to face in 2008 in a neighborhood with a history of racial strife - that much is certain.
22, Aug 2014 - Voters with Facts complaint against City Council denied action
In July, the group Voters with Facts filed formal complaints with the Eau Claire County District Attorney alleging that the city council met in closed session illegally, regarding a Confluence development agreement.
22, Aug 2014 - PSC objects to giving city 'protected information' in Mountain Water case
The Montana Public Service Commission wants to dive into a Missoula court case – but it doesn’t want to provide as much information as the plaintiff requests.
22, Aug 2014 - With Virginia on hold, same-sex marriage cases await Supreme Court
After its landmark DOMA ruling last year, the Supreme Court has given little hint of when it will act next on the hot topic
22, Aug 2014 - Texas Gov. Perry's team will ask judge to end case
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — An attorney for Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Friday that he will ask a judge to dismiss criminal charges alleging that the possible 2016 presidential candidate abused his power with a veto last summer. Perry is accused of leveraging his veto power to try to oust a Democratic district attorney whose office oversees the state's Public Integrity Unit. Perry cut off $7 ...
22, Aug 2014 - Conservatives nationwide target Tennessee Supreme Court justices
Most elections to retain Tennessee Supreme Court justices are bland affairs, but this year, Tennesseans have been inundated with mailings, vicious campaign ads and more than $1 million of in- and out-of-state money for the battle over three of the fives seats on the high court.
22, Aug 2014 - Your World: State
AUSTIN — Austin police are searching for a group of men blamed for at least eight armed robberies. A group of two to four men in their 20s committed the crimes.
22, Aug 2014 - WEST AMWELL: Kayaking bail jumper given more jail time
Former West Amwell resident Steven Pieczynski, who was convicted in March of jumping bail and escaping to Canada with use of a kayak, has been given additional jail time on burglary and theft charges.
22, Aug 2014 - Registered sex offender faces child exploitation charges
A man convicted of sex crimes faces new charges after being arrested Friday by Raleigh police.
22, Aug 2014 - Grisham appeal centers on alleged errors by judge
TEMPLE — The appellant’s brief submitted July 31 to the Third Court of Appeals of Texas by Blue Rannefeld, defense attorney for Army Sgt. Christopher Grisham, centers on alleged trial judge errors.
22, Aug 2014 - Kentucky Supreme Court denies Nicholasville activist's request to skip appeals court on health-
A Nicholasville political activist will have to go through the Kentucky Court of Appeals with his two lawsuits against the state’s implementation of the federal Affordable Care Act (ACA) after the Kentucky Supreme Court considered the case Thursday.
22, Aug 2014 - Wisconsin Supreme Court upholds state's registry for same-sex couples
MILWAUKEE (Reuters) - The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a 2009 law that establishes a registry for same-sex couples, saying it does not violate an amendment to the state constitution banning gay marriage.
22, Aug 2014 - Woman who drank chemical-filled tea still critical
A woman who drank sweet tea laced with a highly toxic industrial cleaning solution at a Utah restaurant has suffered deep, ulcerated burns in her upper esophagus.
22, Aug 2014 - Lawsuit brings unintended consequence to deer cull
Last year, a total of 30 deer that had wandered onto Half Hollow Nurseries in Laurel were shot and killed. The shootings were all legal, allowed by off-season nuisance permits issued by the state. This year, not a single deer has been killed there during the off-season, said general manager Karl Novak. The same goes […]
22, Aug 2014 - Phila. man gets 15 years for planned drug heist -
CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) - A Philadelphia man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for his role in a plan to rob a drug stash house in New Jersey. A federal judge imposed sentence on Ralph Dennis Friday in Camden.
22, Aug 2014 - Ellenbecker hearing continued to Monday
FOREST CITY | A hearing on a motion to release a former Forest City police officer from prison as he awaits a new trial has been continued to Monday.
22, Aug 2014 - Southern Indiana serial killer faces sentencing in third murder case
William Clyde Gibson pleaded guilty to the murder of Stephanie Kirk in early June.
22, Aug 2014 - Exclusive: Attorney General Eric Holder to Oppose Data-Driven Sentencing
Statistics can predict criminal risk. Can they deliver equal justice?
22, Aug 2014 - On the Record / August 8, 2014
The New York State Supreme Court Appellate Division Fourth Department recently presented the Hon. Michael F. Dillon Attorneys for Children Award to Jeffrey P. Markello of Sakowski & Markello in Elma. The departmental advisory committee selected Markello in recognition of his vigorous advocacy on behalf of children in the Eighth Judicial District, including Erie and Wyoming counties.
22, Aug 2014 - McDonnell Trial
CHESAPEAKE — Members of a newly-formed regional transportation organization are moving forward with an option to operate independently of two existing transit groups in Hampton Roads — a move some critics and voting members say seemed forced by state legislative factions on the board.
22, Aug 2014 - Former Effingham County officer charged with sexual assault
Breaking // A former Effingham County Prison officer has been arrested for improper contact with an inmate following a 6-month long investigation.
22, Aug 2014 - State to appeal ruling on constitutionality of death penalty
California will appeal a federal judge's ruling that declared the state's death penalty unconstitutional, Attorney General Kamala Harris said Thursday, arguing that the ruling would actually reduce the rights of capital defendants in order to speed up executions. In his decision July 16, U.S. District Judge Cormac Carney said delays of 25 years or more in deciding appeals and carrying out ...
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