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01, Apr 2015 - AP Source: Jayhawks keep Alexander out amid NCAA questions
A Missouri appeals court judge will be taking over the municipal court system in Ferguson following a highly critical report by the U.S. Department of Justice.
01, Apr 2015 - Man convicted of killing LaPorte mayor, wife dies in prison
LAPORTE, Ind. (AP) — A man convicted in the slayings of a northern Indiana mayor and his wife 33 years ago has died in prison.
01, Apr 2015 - Aggravated DUI sentence not right
I read in The News-Gazette about Jessica Young of Danville who last May hit and killed an 85-year-old man from Minnesota, who was driving his pickup truck 45 mph in the dark on Interstate 74. I would expect anyone doing this in traffic that's running 70 to 80 mph to experience the same problem. Driving that slow in the dark on an interstate highway is a death wish. read more
01, Apr 2015 - RadioShack Sale Approved, Keeping Hundreds of Stores Open
The buyer, Standard General LP, has said it plans to run the business in a co-branding arrangement with Sprint Corp. During four days of sometimes contentious hearings in Wilmington, Delaware, bankruptcy court, creditors fought the company and each other over how much the stores were worth and how proceeds of the sale should be used. Hedge fund Standard General was declared the winner of an ...
01, Apr 2015 - Former Missouri shelter director sentenced for embezzlement
A former director of a domestic violence shelter in her north-central Missouri hometown has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison for on-the-job embezzlement and fudging grant requests.
01, Apr 2015 - Defense wants potatoes to be evidence in Etan Patz trial - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri
NEW YORK (AP) - A judge is considering whether 50 pounds of potatoes and a produce box can be used as evidence in the trial of a man accused of killing 6-year-old Etan Patz in 1979.
01, Apr 2015 - Court nixes faith-based birth control mandate challenge
PITTSBURGH (AP) - An appeals court has ruled that the birth control coverage required by federal health care reforms does not violate the rights of several religious groups because they can seek reasonable accommodations. Two western Pennsylvania Catholic dioceses and a private Christian college had challenged the birth control coverage ...
01, Apr 2015 - EXCLUSIVE: Fired judge fires back
A state judge who was rejected by the Judicial Selection Commission has fired back, saying the commission's proceedings were unfair.In a March 21 letter obtained by Hawaii News Now, Circuit Judge Randal Lee alleged that the commission members did not review his full record but relied heavily on a last-minute complaint by a city deputy prosecutor, whom he had removed from a case for misconduct.In ...
01, Apr 2015 - Upstate man admits running $10K per day illegal gambling operation
A Spartanburg man has admitted to running an extremely profitable illegal gambling operation and faces up to 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $500,000. Lenny Steen, Jr. 65, pleaded guilty to one count of running an illegal gambling business and one count of money laundering, according to the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina. Steen’s conspirator, Clarence Larry ...
01, Apr 2015 - Defense Rests in Santa Ynez Valley Man’s Fatal DUI Trial
The defense rested and a rebuttal witness for the prosecution testified Friday in the drunken-driving trial for a Santa Ynez Valley man charged in connection with a 2012 crash that led to a local teacher’s death.
01, Apr 2015 - Boca City Council candidate says he won't further appeal 2013 fine faced by his law firm
A Boca Raton City Council candidate says he recently decided he won't further appeal a federal judge's 2013 ruling that leveled a $44,000 fine against his Cleveland-based law firm.
01, Apr 2015 - 2nd suspect in court in case of child cuffed to porch
MONROE, N.C. (AP) — A former child welfare supervisor in North Carolina is expected to enter a plea in the case of an 11-year-old boy found chained to the front porch of her home with a dead chicken around his neck.
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Dublin, March 25, 2015-- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "E-Clinical Trial Technologies- Global Strategic Business Report" report to their offering. Annual estimates and ...
01, Apr 2015 - Former officer accused of child neglect and abuse, bond denied in York Co.
Robert Jeffrey Taylor was denied bond and did not appear in person in a York County court for his hearing.
01, Apr 2015 - Chesapeake man sent child porn with PlayStation Vita
NORFOLK A Chesapeake man was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison for distributing child pornography using a Sony PlayStation Vita hand-held console. Michael Odell Shaddeau, 31, pleaded guilty in December following three parallel investigations by Homeland Security Investigations, the Chesapeake Police Department and the Anchorage Police Department in Alaska.
01, Apr 2015 - Testimony Continues in Terri Supino Trial
WATERLOO, Iowa – The trial of woman accused of killing two people in Newton in 1983 continues in Waterloo. Terri Supino is accused of killing her estranged husband, Steven Fisher, and his girlfriend, Melisa Gregory, at the Copper Dollar Ranch near Newton in 1983. Prosectors said Supino committed the murders while in a fit of jealous rage. The defense is claiming that one of the victims, Steven ...
01, Apr 2015 - Attorney General’s Office prosecutors send dangerous sex offender to Special Commitment Center
A Kitsap County jury has decided that repeat sex offender Rick Allen Monroe is a sexually violent predator and must be confined in the state’s Special Commitment Center on McNeil Island.
01, Apr 2015 - State set to defend marijuana law for first time in filing with U.S. Supreme Court
DENVER — Friday is the deadline for Colorado to submit a filing to the U.S. Supreme Court in defense of its recreational marijuana law. The filing is in response to a legal challenge from Nebraska and Oklahoma that says the legalization of recreational marijuana violates the U.S. Constitution. “Colorado has created a system that legalizes, […]
01, Apr 2015 - Supreme Court rejects appeal in Nashville shooting
LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The Arkansas Supreme Court says a man serving a life sentence in the 2008 shooting death of his estranged wife at a Nashville dollar store isn't entitled to a new trial. David Ca...
01, Apr 2015 - Man who raped, imprisoned young girl gets 10 years in prison
A West Chicago man who imprisoned and repeatedly raped a young girl over a four-year period was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison by a judge who said he had “violated the most basic norms of civil society.”
01, Apr 2015 - Basil’s attorney cites juror misconduct in demanding murder verdict be set aside
A member of the jury that convicted Molly’s Pub manager Jeffrey Basil of murder in last year’s death of a bar patron concealed her military service and arrest record when she was questioned during jury selection, Basil’s attorney said Thursday.
01, Apr 2015 - Garvin County man sentenced to life
PAULS, VALLEY, Okla. -- A Garvin County man has been sentenced to life in prison in the death of his girlfriend.
01, Apr 2015 - McDaniel Seeking 3rd Term in Mississippi Senate
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Chris McDaniel, a tea party-backed Republican who lost a U.S. Senate race last year, says he's seeking re-election to the Mississippi Legislature. The 43-year-old attorney from Ellisville said Thursday that he will run for a third term in state Senate.
01, Apr 2015 - Indiana Senate sends to governor religious objection bill some say may allow discrimination
A religious objection bill that opponents say could legalize discrimination against gays cleared the Indiana Senate on Tuesday, positioning the state to become the first to enact such a change this year ahead of an expected U.S. Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage.
01, Apr 2015 - Court revives lawsuit from ex-detective who exposed beating
A federal appeals court has revived the lawsuit filed by a former Kansas City, Kansas, police detective who contends he was punished for refusing to cover up a motorist's beating by federal agents.
01, Apr 2015 - Melo Trimble makes a good decision for himself and Terps
Melo Trimble made a reputation for making great decisions on the court for Maryland this season.
01, Apr 2015 - Pasco woman denies using others’ food assistance cards to buy groceries
A May 11 trial is set for Josefina Cano, of Pasco, who allegedly used food assistance cards that didn’t belong to her to buy groceries in Kennewick. Click to Continue »
01, Apr 2015 - Gamblers in unshuffled cards case: Let us keep the money
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Gamblers who have been ordered to return $1.5 million they won at an Atlantic City casino that unknowingly used unshuffled cards asked a judge on Friday to let them keep the money.
01, Apr 2015 - Why Utah is bringing back the firing squad (+video)
State lawmakers have approved the measure in the event that authorities can’t obtain drugs for legal injections, making Utah the latest death penalty state to allow an alternate method of executing death row inmates.
01, Apr 2015 - Judge: Giving back is the key to success
District Judge Donna Mowrer told those attending a Women’s History Month luncheon Thursday at Eastern New Mexico University the most important key to success is to give back.
01, Apr 2015 - 12 candidates file for Pa. Supreme Court seats
HARRISBURG - Twelve candidates met the filing deadline Tuesday for a spot on the primary ballot to fill one of three open seats on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
01, Apr 2015 - Georgia postpones first execution of a woman since WWII due to issues with lethal injection drugs
Attorneys and religious groups petitioned the state and the courts to halt the execution, a rarity for the United States.
01, Apr 2015 - Former lawmaker Ramaley joins Pa. Department of Labor and Industry
HARRISBURG — Former state Rep. Sean Ramaley, acquitted of six felonies in a 2009 corruption trial, began work as a deputy secretary at the Department ...
01, Apr 2015 - Judge sentences Iowa woman to 18 months in fake birth case
A Maquoketa woman has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after pleading guilty to fraud for duping a man out of nearly $100,000 in child support payments for a child who didn't exist.
01, Apr 2015 - Judge Marion Warren appointed interim director of NCAOC
District Court Judge Marion Warren will serve as the interim director of the NC Administrative Office of the Courts, taking over when current director Judge John Smith retires May 1. Judge Warren was appointed Friday by state Supreme Court Justice Mark Martin.
01, Apr 2015 - Gay Rights Champion Mary Bonauto To Argue The Landmark Same-Sex Marriage Case To The Supreme Court
Mary Bonauto has been selected by lawyers who support same-sex marriage to argue what’s being called a “landmark case” to the Supreme Court about whether it’s unconstitutional to disallow gay people to get married. Bonauto has earned herself a reputation for being one of the most outspoken advocates for gay rights, so those who support Gay Rights Champion Mary Bonauto To Argue The Landmark Same ...
01, Apr 2015 - Dover man, acquitted of murder, now facing perjury charges
A Dover man, acquitted of murder in 2014, was arrested March 31 on perjury charges after he was recorded allegedly admitting to having committed the crime.
01, Apr 2015 - Poll: Public unaware Obama's health law is again in jeopardy
WASHINGTON (AP) — With a decision due by summer in a Supreme Court case that could unravel President Barack Obama's health care law, a new poll finds many Americans have heard nothing about the case. Opponents of the law say its precise wording allows the government to subsidize coverage only in states that set up their own insurance markets, or exchanges. When people were asked about the ...
01, Apr 2015 - Utah lawmakers OK firing squads, send bill to governor
Kate Stanton SALT LAKE CITY, March 11 (UPI) -- Utah lawmakers have approved a bill that would allow the state to execute death row inmates by firing squad if it is too difficult to obtain lethal injection drugs.
01, Apr 2015 - Suge Knight Taken by Ambulance From Court for Second Time
Former rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight was taken by ambulance Thursday (Feb. 19) from a Los Angeles courthouse for an undisclosed medical issue. It...
01, Apr 2015 - Court upholds judge's role in investigation of Kane
Pennsylvania's highest court says a county judge acted properly when he appointed a special prosecutor to look into grand jury leaks tied to the state attorney general's office.
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