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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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01, Oct 2014 - Jury trial ordered for accused BYU groper
PROVO – The man accused of groping women on BYU’s campus will head to trial after a judge said Thursday that there is enough evidence to proceed.
01, Oct 2014 - Court order keeps suspension of vanity plate sales
The court has granted a state request to stay a lower court ruling ordering the BMV to resume selling the personalized license plates.
01, Oct 2014 - Man accused of killing researchers on trial in South Dakota
LAKE ANDES - A South Dakota man accused of driving drunk and killing two federal wildlife researchers more than a year ago is on trial in Charles Mix County.
01, Oct 2014 - Sheriff's office warns of scam using Kansas judge's name
Kansas authorities are warning residents to beware of a new scam that's using the names of judges in an attempt to solicit money.
01, Oct 2014 - Aaron Hernandez wants trial moved
A Massachusetts prosecutor in the murder case against former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez testified Tuesday against his lawyers' efforts to suppress cellphone evidence, saying they had agreed to turn the phone over to investigators.
01, Oct 2014 - Oberlin man's murder trial gets under way
The trial of the Oberlin man accused of killing his estranged wife in 2013 began Monday in Allen Parish.
01, Oct 2014 - State commission considering 25 northern Utah locations for a new state prison
A state commission has come up with 25 northern Utah locations that could be the site of a new state prison.
01, Oct 2014 - Court blocks part of new North Carolina voting law
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Parts of North Carolina's new voting law, considered one of the toughest in the nation, were set aside for next month's elections because they were likely to disenfranchise black voters, a federal appeals court panel ruled Wednesday.
01, Oct 2014 - Ohio State student loses scholarship after body-slam heard around the web
COLUMBUS, Ohio — A student who ran onto the field during an Ohio State football game and was body-slammed by a coach is losing his scholarship amid his court case....
01, Oct 2014 - Fuller won't say if he'll resign over assault case
BIRMINGHAM — A lawyer for an Alabama federal judge isn't saying whether the judge will step down over his arrest in a domestic violence case.
01, Oct 2014 - Woman gets prison for robbing Nebraska bank
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A Missouri woman has been sent to prison for robbing a Nebraska bank in December.
01, Oct 2014 - Appeals Court reverses trial court orders in legal battle over 300 acres in Swansboro
The road is blocked leading to the camp on 4H Camp Road in Swansboro. The N.C. Court of Appeals recently filed a decision that reverses the orders of the trial court, which appointed the state Board of Education as successor trustee of 300 acres of waterfront property in the area.
01, Oct 2014 - CrimeTracker: N. Market trailer theft caught on camera
Shreveport police have released surveillance video in hopes of identifying a man caught on camera stealing a two-axle trailer from a N. Market St. business earlier this week.
01, Oct 2014 - Former Ga. state senator to be freed from custody
A former state senator from Georgia will be released from the custody of the federal prison system. State Sen. Charles Walker was scheduled to be freed Friday after having served his sentence for 127 felony counts.
01, Oct 2014 - Hope Solo and the domestic violence case no one is talking about
Goalkeeper has a November trial date, yet continues to play for U.S. national soccer team.
01, Oct 2014 - Protected again: Officials, hunters unhappy with wolf decision
Hunters sighting in their rifles for the upcoming wolf hunting season in the trophy zone or anytime in the predator zone can lower their aim after a federal judge placed Wyoming wolves back under federal protections Tuesday. “Don’t be hunting right now because they’re on federal protection,” said Jeff Obrecht, Game and Fish information officer in Cheyenne. “It’s not news that is welcomed. We’re ...
01, Oct 2014 - Woman who lit fire to give friends work sentenced - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - A woman who set a massive wildfire on Oregon tribal lands to give her firefighter friends work has been sentenced to more than a year in prison.
01, Oct 2014 - GOP Minnesota high court hopeful acquitted of DWI
A jury has acquitted the Minnesota Republican Party's endorsed candidate for Supreme Court on a misdemeanor DWI charge.
01, Oct 2014 - Prison worker blamed for her own rape
PENNSYLVANIA — The Pennsylvania attorney general’s office is blaming a former state prison clerk for her own rape, in response to a federal lawsuit the woman filed. The 24-year-old typist was working at the state prison at Rockview in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, when she was attacked in 2013. She was choked unconscious and raped for 27 […]
01, Oct 2014 - Pennsylvania woman blamed for her own rape in state response to lawsuit
(CNN) — The Pennsylvania attorney general’s office is blaming a former state prison clerk for her own rape, in response to a federal lawsuit the woman filed. The 24-year-old typist was working at the state prison at Rockview in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, when she was attacked in 2013. She was choked unconscious and raped for 27 […]
01, Oct 2014 - Sen. Wright to resign Sept. 22, start sentence Oct. 31
— Ending a career in political office that spanned a dozen years, state Sen. Roderick D. Wright on Monday bowed to pressure from fellow Democrats and said he would resign his seat Sept. 22.
01, Oct 2014 - Eric Holder will step down as US attorney general
He's one of the longest-serving members of the Obama Cabinet and ranks as the fourth-longest tenured AG in history.
01, Oct 2014 - Lawrence, Tonganoxie men convicted of selling synthetic marijuana out of downtown Lawrence shop
Jonathan Sloan, 33, of Lawrence, and his father, Clark Sloan, 55, of Tonganoxie, were convicted Thursday in federal court of trafficking synthetic marijuana out of retail stores in Lawrence and Tonganoxie, the U.S. District Attorney’s office said.
01, Oct 2014 - Ohio Supreme Court orders city vote on cameras
SEVILLE, Ohio (AP) - Authorities say a Seville man died after his motorcycle crossed the center line of a road in northern Ohio and was struck by an oncoming vehicle. The Ohio State Highway Patrol identified the man in the Friday afternoon crash as 56-year-old James M. Gardner.
01, Oct 2014 - Defense rests in trial for man accused of fatally shooting Myrtle Beach police officer
The defense rested its side of the Luzenski Cottrell case Tuesday afternoon.
01, Oct 2014 - Ex-Florida Prison Chief Monitors Michigan Troubled Contract
Gov. Rick Snyder has hired the former chief of prisons in Florida and Indiana to oversee Michigan's troubled three-year, $145M contract with a company supplying inmates with food.
01, Oct 2014 - Haslam Swears In Judges, Gets Flu Shot in Memphis
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam swore in a new Tennessee Supreme Court justice and two state Appeals Court judges during a busy Friday, Sept. 19, visit to ...
01, Oct 2014 - Oregon man gets 30 years in Christmas bomb plot
PORTLAND, Ore. — An Oregon man was sentenced Wednesday to 30 years in prison for plotting to bomb a crowded Christmas tree-lighting ceremony in Portland's town square four years ago. Prosecutors had sought a 40-year term for Mohamed Mohamud, 23, in the plot that actually was an FBI sting. Mohamud was arrested Nov. 26, 2010, after pressing a keypad button on a cellphone that he believed would ...
01, Oct 2014 - U.S. Attorney General Holder to step down, successor faces array of challenges
By Julia Edwards and David Ingram WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Eric Holder said on Thursday he would step down as U.S. attorney general, setting up a potentially bruising Senate fight to confirm a successor who can tackle a long list of pending challenges at the Justice Department. Holder, an unapologetic liberal voice and one of President Barack Obama's closest allies, will remain in office ...
01, Oct 2014 - Atlantic City's Revel casino goes to auction after heated hearing
By Tom Hals (Reuters) - The bankrupt Revel casino hotel in Atlantic City will go to auction on Sept. 24, a judge ruled on Monday, after the only bidder clashed with creditors who wanted to slow the rushed sale. Judge Gloria Burns in Camden, New Jersey also set Sept. 23 as the deadline for competing bids to top the $90 million offered by Florida developer Glenn Straub and his Polo North Country ...
01, Oct 2014 - New focus on minority voting after Brown's death
FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — A few miles from the street where Michael Brown died is the grave of Dred Scott, a slave who went to the Supreme Court and tried, unsuccessfully, to be recognized as a free American citizen.
01, Oct 2014 - Miss. medical board sues VA for radiology records
JACKSON -- Mississippi's state Board of Medical Licensure has sued the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs over its refusal to release the names of patients who may have suffered because of the misconduct of a former radiologist at the G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery Medical Center.
01, Oct 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…
01, Oct 2014 - Charges dropped in HIV transmission case
Prosecutors are dropping criminal transmission of HIV charges against an Iowa man saying they cannot proceed with prosecution after the Iowa Supreme Court in June threw out his conviction.
01, Oct 2014 - Wheeling Law Firm Expanding to Pittsburgh
The Wheeling-based law firm Bordas Bordas has expanded to Pittsburgh.The office will be the fourth location for the firm and will be located in downtown Pittsburgh. The firm says the new location, open as of October 1, will allow for more expansive legal representation for those who have been hurt, injured or mistreated. The firm has also added two new attorneys to their staff. Tyler Smith joins ...
01, Oct 2014 - Fitch Upgrades South Nassau Communities Hospital's (NY) Rating to 'A-'; Outlook Stable
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fitch Ratings has upgraded to 'A-' from 'BBB+' the rating on the approximately $92.7 million series 2012 bonds issued by Nassau County Local Economic Assistance and Financing Corporation NY on behalf of South Nassau Communities Hospital (South Nassau). The Rating Outlook is Stable. SECURITY The bonds are secured by a pledge of gross receivables of the obligated group ...
01, Oct 2014 - Prosecutors: Statements In Colorado Man’s Murder Case Voluntary
Prosecutors in eastern Montana are asking a state judge to deny a defense request to suppress the suspect's alleged confession in a high-profile murder case.
01, Oct 2014 - Guilty plea is expected in Heat fraud case
A man charged with a multimillion-dollar investment scam involving three former Miami Heat players and the team itself is expected to plead guilty, according to his attorney and court documents filed Wednesday.
01, Oct 2014 - 13 jurors seated in Romeo Williams trial, accused in the beating death of James Gifford
13 jurors have been seated in the trial of the man accused of beating an elderly man to death at a Syracuse convenience store last year.
01, Oct 2014 - Two Plea Deals Struck In Shoreline Kidnapping And Shootout Case
MIDDLETOWN — Two remaining defendants linked to an April 2013 kidnapping, armed robbery, police chase and shootout along the Connecticut shoreline in which a suspect was killed and a state police trooper was wounded struck plea deals Tuesday in Superior Court.
01, Oct 2014 - A Judge’s Status, Robed in Silence
by Terence McGinley, special to ProPublica The hall is cavernous on the fourth floor of the Queens Supreme Court building. Whispers feel magnified as they echo amid the marble floors and vaulted ceiling. The whispers are of lawyers and clients, their lives in one kind of legal limbo or another, figuring out the next bit of strategy. The newest judge on the court's fourth floor is Barry Kamins, a ...
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