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23, Jul 2014 - Felton avoids jail after gun charge guilty plea
Dallas Mavericks guard Raymond Felton was sentenced to 500 hours of community service Wednesday in a New York court after pleading guilty to a gun charge stemming from a February arrest. Felton, who was playing for the New York Knicks at the time, was also fined $5,000 but the plea deal enabled him to avoid jail time in a state with strict gun laws that typically carry automatic jail sentences ...
23, Jul 2014 - Courts Still Sorting Blame In Hepatitis C Outbreak In Md. And 7 Other States
Two years after a cardiac technician was accused of infecting patients with hepatitis C, a handful of patients are still suing Exeter Hospital, which is pursuing its own lawsuit seeking help covering its settlement costs.
23, Jul 2014 - Federal Western District Court of Tennessee Rules Against Kellogg in Favor of the NLRB in Memphis L
KENSINGTON, Md., June 25, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Federal District Court Judge Samuel H. Mays ruled on June 23rd in favor of the National Labor Relations Board on two issues as the Board advocates for 226 Memphis families locked out by Kellogg since October...
23, Jul 2014 - Mercer County man sentenced on child porn charges
Johnny Richard Rowe, 61, of Bluewell, will spend eight years and a month in prison. He pleaded guilty back in January to possessing child porn.
23, Jul 2014 - Lawrence opts to close jail, use former youth prison
IRONTON — Lawrence County officials on Thursday authorized the eventual closing of the county’s existing jail and moving prisoners into the former state youth prison in Franklin Furnace, Ohio.
23, Jul 2014 - Trial date stands in Colorado theater shootings - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sp
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) - Defense attorneys in the Colorado theater shooting case pleaded Tuesday for more time so they can interview a psychiatrist who conducted the first sanity evaluation of defendant James Holmes, but a judge stuck by a Dec. 8 trial date.
23, Jul 2014 - Former trader gets 2 years in prison for fraud
A federal judge sentenced a former Wall Street trader to two years in prison on Wednesday for securities fraud, saying he took advantage of a government bailout program.
23, Jul 2014 - Pa. judge dismisses contempt charge for saggy pants in court
ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) — An eastern Pennsylvania judge has dismissed a contempt-of-court citation against a man who was fined $50 for wearing saggy pants in court. Lehigh County Common Pleas Judge William Ford on Thursday dismissed the charge against 18
23, Jul 2014 - Experts: Ruling tees up gay marriage for top court
When the U.S Supreme Court struck down the federal Defense of Marriage Act exactly one year ago, it stopped short of saying states cannot ban gay marriage.
23, Jul 2014 - Ex-employee says prison workers had sex on desk
Indiana's prison agency mistreated a female employee when it shrugged off her complaints about workers having sex on her desk and when it later fired her for having an affair with an official, a federal appeals court has ruled.
23, Jul 2014 - Football star Hope Solo enters not guilty plea
KIRKLAND, United States— US women's soccer team goalkeeper Hope Solo has entered a not guilty plea following her domestic violence arrest at her sister's home in suburban Seattle. Solo appeared in court Monday and was released without bail. She was ordered not to have contact with the alleged victims and to not drink alcohol. Authorities say Solo was intoxicated early Saturday when she was ...
23, Jul 2014 - Sentencing panel votes to cut sentences for drug offenders
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Sentencing Commission voted Friday to slash the sentences of 46,000 inmates serving time for drug offenses, the latest move by federal officials to ease decades-old policies that have clogged the nation’s prisons.
23, Jul 2014 - Berlin woman sentenced for fatal crash
A Berlin woman was sentenced 6 to 14 years in state prison for drunken driving and fatally striking a Massachusetts man who pulled over to change a flat tire along Interstate 93 in Windham last July.
23, Jul 2014 - Sports offer inmates hope, outlet for frustration
MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. (AP) - Jory Peters played on Gary West Side High School's 2002 Class 4A state championship basketball team that went 23-4 and featured three Division I players. Today, he sits almost unnoticed in a cell block at the all-male Indiana State Prison, sentenced to 55 ...
23, Jul 2014 - Skater Oksana Baiul ordered to pay legal fees
NEW YORK (AP) A New York judge has ordered figure skater Oksana Baiul to pay legal fees she caused NBC to incur when she sued the company.In awarding fees of at least $35,000 to NBC Universal Media and NBC Sports Network, Manhattan...
23, Jul 2014 - Officials in court to block ride-sharing Lyft's launch of New York City service
ALBANY, N.Y. - The on-demand ride-sharing app Lyft postponed its scheduled Friday launch in New York City while a state judge will wait until next week to consider whether its planned operations violate ...
23, Jul 2014 - Attorney: Former firefighter arrested in Arlington will waive extradition
The attorney for the former Shreveport firefighter arrested in Arlington, TX Monday night on a warrant for terrorizing will waive extradition, which means a hearing will not be necessary to get him back to Shreveport to face the felony charge. 
23, Jul 2014 - Defendant in 2nd thrill-kill trial blames his buddy for brutal slaying
SAN JOSE -- Welcome to Round 2 of the blame game. The murder trial of a second young man accused of helping his buddy kill a fellow Santa Teresa High School sophomore for thrills began Tuesday in much the same way as the previous trial of his alleged accomplice did -- with finger-pointing.
23, Jul 2014 - Wife of US man jailed in Cuba says he's despondent
Judy Gross, wife of imprisoned U.S. government subcontractor Alan Gross, lisitens during an interview in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, June 25, 2014. Gross is in Havana to visit her jailed husband.
23, Jul 2014 - Oakdale, NE man charged with running over a backyard campsite and injuring four boys is pleading gu
Forty-three-year-old Stephen Barrington pleaded guilty to five charges including four misdemeanor assaults and one count of DUI in Antelope County Court Wednesday morning.
23, Jul 2014 - Egypt's president says will not interfere in judicial rulings
CAIRO (Reuters) - Newly elected Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said on Tuesday he would not interfere with judicial verdicts, following an international outcry over lengthy prison sentences given to three Al Jazeera journalists a day earlier.
23, Jul 2014 - Police: Drug operation run out of Ohio prison
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office discuss a drug investigation that led to major arrests                
23, Jul 2014 - Federal Judge In OC Rules California Death Penalty Unconstitutional
A federal judge in Orange County on Wednesday declared California's death penalty system unconstitutional and so "dysfunctional" that it constitutes cruel and unusual punishment.
23, Jul 2014 - West Point sisters plead guilty to stabbing death
WEST POINT -- Two sisters charged with the stabbing death of a Hamilton man pleaded guilty in Clay County Circuit Court on Monday. Natisha Roby, 26, and Latwanna Roby, 27, both of Macon, pleaded guilty to the 2012 stabbing death of Marcus Payne, 27.
23, Jul 2014 - Molesting former NC teacher gets life in prison
A former North Carolina fourth-grade teacher will spend the rest of his life in prison after being convicted of molesting students dozens of times in the 1970s and 1980s.
23, Jul 2014 - Massachusetts high court says accused criminal must decrypt computers for police
By Elizabeth Barber BOSTON (Reuters) - Police can order an accused criminal to decrypt his computer without violating his constitutional right against self-incrimination, Massachusetts' top court said on Wednesday. In the latest U.S. ruling on the contentious issue, the 5-2 ruling by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court reverses a lower court’s finding that police could not force Leon ...
23, Jul 2014 - SC Supreme Court reverses lower court ruling on Bobby Harrell case
Attorney General Alan Wilson will be allowed to continue pursuing a criminal case against House Speaker Bobby Harrell, the South Carolina Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.
23, Jul 2014 - Administrative law judge admits ethical violations
WASHINGTON (AP) — The District of Columbia's former chief administrative law judge has admitted to ethics violations and agreed to pay a $20,000 fine.
23, Jul 2014 - Jury to weigh murder in pig mask stabbing of 'messy' ex-wife
By Bruce Konviser MORRISTOWN N.J. (Reuters) - A prosecutor on Tuesday held up the rubber pig mask found on the face of a woman stabbed 84 times and told the jury in the murder trial of the victim's ex-husband it showed his contempt for the woman he called a messy housekeeper. Stabbing the air repeatedly with the 8-inch kitchen knife used to kill Judith Novellino, 62, the prosecutor said Anthony ...
23, Jul 2014 - What Obamacare rulings mean for you
Two U.S. appeals courts have issued conflicting rulings on Obamacare subsidies. Check out this FAQ.
23, Jul 2014 - US Army: Bergdahl shopping, going to restaurants in San Antonio
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who was a prisoner of war in Afghanistan for five years, has been allowed to venture off the Texas military base where he is receiving care as part of his "reintegration process" into society, a U.S. Army spokeswoman said Wednesday. Bergdahl has been allowed to go, with supervision, to a grocery store, restaurants, shopping centers and a library as part of the process of ...
23, Jul 2014 - Mississippi County court OKs hospital tax vote
BLYTHEVILLE, — Mississippi County residents will go to the polls in October to vote on a new half-cent sales tax to help the county hospital system.
23, Jul 2014 - High Court to Hear Ameren Landfill Case
The Missouri Supreme Court will weigh in on the issue of whether Ameren Missouri is allowed to build a coal ash landfill in Labadie.
23, Jul 2014 - Attorney waives hearing in 'candy lady' killing case
The public defender appointed to represent murder suspect Cashman Perkins waived his client's hearing and sent charges to the grand jury in Hamilton County General Sessions Court Judge David Bales' courtroom this morning.
23, Jul 2014 - RI trooper pleads no contest to assaulting suspect - News, Weather and Classifieds for Southern New
Rhode Island State Police headquarters in North Scituate. Trooper James Donnelly-Taylor is arraigned on an assault charge in Providence Superior Court on Wednesday, May 21, 2014.
23, Jul 2014 - Maine woman sentenced to prison for grisly murder of husband
(Reuters) - A Bangor, Maine, woman on Friday was sentenced to 50 years in prison for the gruesome murder of her husband, whom she was convicted of killing with pliers and a baseball bat, officials said. Roxanne Jeskey, 51, was found guilty last month of the 2011 murder of her 53-year-old husband, Richard Jeskey, according to the Maine Superior Court clerk's office in Bangor. Prosecutors said she ...
23, Jul 2014 - Settlement secures water rights for Basalt kayak park
An agreement was reached Thursday that establishes a water right for a kayak park in Basalt and avoids a court battle, Pitkin County Attorney John Ely said. A trial was scheduled to begin Thursday in state water court in Glenwood Springs. “That trial now will not happen,” Ely said. Pitkin County has worked for about 10 years to establish the ability to use water rights for recreational purposes ...
23, Jul 2014 - Supreme Court Of Minnesota Sends Final Exit Network Case Back To Dakota County Trial Court
ST. PAUL, Minn., June 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Supreme Court of Minnesota has dismissed the State of Minnesota's appeal from a lower appellate court decision favorable to Final Exit Network in defense of charges against its volunteers. The State had sought to appeal this decision, but the Supreme Court has now dismissed the appeal, letting the lower court decision stand. The case now goes ...
23, Jul 2014 - Wisconsin ‘Gamesmanship’ Shouldn’t Block Gay Unions: ACLU
Wisconsin gay marriages ought to be allowed until the state follows through on announced plans to challenge a federal court ruling that its ban on same-sex unions is unconstitutional, according to the ACLU.
23, Jul 2014 - Jury hears former Gov. Ventura's defamation case against 'American Sniper' author's
Jesse Ventura brought his defamation lawsuit before home-state jurors Tuesday in a bid to punish the estate of late "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle, who bragged in an autobiography that he decked the former Minnesota governor during a barroom scrap almost a decade ago. In opening statements in federal court, Ventura attorney David Bradley Olsen said the punch never happened and that Ventura ...
23, Jul 2014 - Appeals court upholds convictions in oil scam
A federal appeals court has upheld the convictions of two men who ran an oil-and-gas drilling scheme in which investors lost millions of dollars. The U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals found no mistakes ...
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