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when they go to the dictionary there was one copy only for the pronouncer who already mentioned that the words are small and she can't see very well. I wan(...)
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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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23, Oct 2014 - Two member of Newman Drug Gang plead guilty
TWO MEMBERS OF NEWMAN DRUG GANG PLEAD GUILTY TO FEDERAL DRUG CHARGES HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – United States Attorney Booth Goodwin announced that two defendants pled guilty today in federal court in Huntington to charges stemming from their roles in the Kenneth Newman drug conspiracy. Marshall Lee Graves II, also known as “Bro Marsh,” age 30, of Huntington, pled guilty to possession with intent to ...
23, Oct 2014 - Lawyers: Detained transgender teen forced to wear male clothes, staff using male birth name
HARTFORD, Conn. — Lawyers for a 16-year-old transgender girl detained in Connecticut say she's being forced to wear male clothing and officials are calling her by her male birth name.
23, Oct 2014 - New York State leads US in reducing crime rate: report
Thank you, NYPD. New York state led the US in reducing crime and incarceration rates over the past 20 years — largely due to a precipitous drop in crime in...
23, Oct 2014 - Prosecutors float possibility of jail time for Melvin
If former Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin doesn’t have to write apology letters to judges across the state, Allegheny County prosecutors say she ...
23, Oct 2014 - Court again suspends law license of Tressel tattoo tipster
Columbus lawyer Christopher Cicero, who tipped off former Ohio State University football coach Jim Tressel to his players’ tattoo scandal, has again lost his right to practice law. By a 5-2 vote, the justices today indefinitely suspended Cicero’s law license for fraudulently fixing a speeding ticket that would have led to the suspension of his driver’s license.
23, Oct 2014 - Priest to remain in jail until trial on child pornography charges
A Roman Catholic priest from Pennsylvania was ordered to remain jailed until his trial on charges that he possessed child pornography and traveled to Honduras for sex with children during missionary trips.
23, Oct 2014 - North Carolina scrambles after new voter law blocked by court
By Ken Otterbourg WINSTON-SALEM N.C. (Reuters) - North Carolina officials, scrambling to comply with a court ruling that blocked parts of a restrictive voter law just weeks before the November election, were in federal court on Tuesday to detail a proposed overhaul of their election plans. North Carolina was ordered to restore provisional ballots and same-day voter registrations last week when a ...
23, Oct 2014 - California prisons agree to end race-based lockdowns
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California officials agreed Wednesday to end a policy in which it segregated prison inmates after riots based on their race as a way to prevent further violence.
23, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court rejects death row inmate’s claim in 2007 double slaying
The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday rejected the ineffective counsel claim of a condemned man from New Orleans who killed a Fayetteville couple in 2007.
23, Oct 2014 - Alabama judge tosses 2nd lawsuit over circumcision
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — A judge is dismissing a second lawsuit filed by an Alabama man who says his penis was amputated during a botched circumcision.
23, Oct 2014 - Judge dismisses Nebraska lawsuit against EPA
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A federal judge dismissed Nebraska's lawsuit against the federal Environmental Protection Agency over greenhouse gas standards for new power plants, saying the lawsuit "jumped the gun." The EPA's proposed rule would set limits on the amount of carbon dioxide new plants will be allowed to emit, ...
23, Oct 2014 - Tampa International Airport's ex-lawyer being investigated for possible Sunshine Law violation
The Bar is investigating the aviation authority's ex-lawyer after a complaint.
23, Oct 2014 - AP NewsBreak: California agrees to end policy that segregated inmates by race after riots
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California officials agreed Wednesday to end a policy in which it segregated prison inmates after riots based on their race as a way to prevent further violence. Officers have frequently locked inmates in their cells based on which races were involved in the riot, even if individual inmates of that race were Read the Rest of the Entry
23, Oct 2014 - NC board creates App State early voting site
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Students at Appalachian State University will get to vote on campus when in-person early voting starts Thursday following legal decisions and court appeals.
23, Oct 2014 - Former Middleton councilman accused of sexual battery permitted to return to store
CANYON COUNTY — Former Middleton City Councilman Bradley Despain Spencer, currently awaiting trial on a charge of sexual battery of a minor, will be permitted to return to work at the music store he c
23, Oct 2014 - Woman expecting prison release in 1997 murder she says she didn't commit
The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office has decided not to oppose a request to throw out the murder conviction of a woman who has spent more than 17 years behind bars for a crime she said she didn’t commit, according to the woman’s lawyer.
23, Oct 2014 - Texas Gov. Perry Case Back in Court Without Him
The case against indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry is heading back to court, but the governor himself won't be there. A status conference with state District Judge Bert Richardson, Perry's defense team and special prosecutor Michael McCrum is set for Monday morning in Austin.
23, Oct 2014 - Trial delayed in Edgewater Park rape, home invasion case
The trial of four men accused of a brutal rape and gang-related home invasion four years ago has been delayed due to an outstanding motion filed on behalf of one of the defendants.
23, Oct 2014 - Arpaio's lawyers pan critique of investigations
PHOENIX (AP) -- Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's office says a court-appointed official's critique of the agency's investigation into alleged wrongdoing by some of its officers contains mischaracterizations. Arpaio's lawyers say in court papers Tuesday that the report alleges investigators failed to act on information provided to them while they examined shakedown allegations against a ...
23, Oct 2014 - Barry man gets 3 years in battery of woman
A western Illinois man has been sentenced to three years in prison for aggravated battery of a woman with Alzheimer's disease.
23, Oct 2014 - Spanish Resident Sentenced in New York Over $16 Million Global Fraud
Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced today that ANTHONIE R. SPARROW was sentenced today in Manhattan federal court to 65 months in prison for his role in perpetrating a $16 million fraudulent investment scheme that victimized hundreds of investors around the world.
23, Oct 2014 - UPDATE: Same-Sex Marriage Decision Pending in W.Va.
On the heels of a U.S. Supreme Court decision that now allows same-sex marriage in an additional five states, a change also could be coming to West Virginia.
23, Oct 2014 - OC Couple Sentenced To Prison For Role In Planting Drugs In Volunteer’s Car
A former attorney and his wife were sentenced Friday for plotting to have a school parent arrested and falsely imprisoned by planting drugs in her car.
23, Oct 2014 - Florida Supreme Court disciplines 15 attorneys
The Florida Supreme Court disciplined 15 attorneys, disbarring three, revoking the licenses of four and suspending eight. One attorney received more than one form of discipline and was also ordered to pay restitution.
23, Oct 2014 - AbbVie sours on $55B Shire deal after tax changes
A Wisconsin judge is expected to decide Wednesday whether the second of two 12-year-old girls charged with stabbing a classmate to please the fictional horror character Slender Man is fit to stand trial.
23, Oct 2014 - Man accused of killing 7 refuses to answer judge
A man who allegedly confessed to killing seven women in Indiana on Wednesday refused to speak or even acknowledge his name to a judge, and a sheriff explained later that the suspect was upset his hearing was in open court before dozens of journalists.
23, Oct 2014 - Jury selection gets underway in murder for hire trial
Jury selection began Wednesday for the trial of two suspects in what investigators call a murder for hire case. The process will resume Thursday morning.
23, Oct 2014 - Alaska News Nightly: October 21, 2014
3 Alaska National Guard Leaders Fired Monday; Military Recruiters Banned From Anchorage, Mat-Su Schools; Federally-Managed Cook Inlet Waters Could Open Up For Oil, Gas Exploration; False Pass Forges Ahead With Tidal Power; Wrangell Doctor Appears In Court Again After Arrest For Child Porn; After Hazing, Juneau School District Tries To Move Forward; AVCP Works to Reopen Flight School; Public ...
23, Oct 2014 - Colorado AG John Suthers: Counties can issue same-sex marriage licenses pending stays
State Attorney General John Suthers announced Monday that all 64 of Colorado's county clerks must soon begin issuing same-sex marriage licenses following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision earlier in the day declining to hear appeals from five states regarding same-sex marriage bans.
23, Oct 2014 - Family of Las Cruces man killed in August plane crash files lawsuit
LAS CRUCES >> The family of the Las Cruces cancer patient killed in an August plane crash outside Las Cruces International Airport filed suit Thursday in an El Paso court alleging gross
23, Oct 2014 - U.S. Supreme Court rejects same-sex marriage appeals in five states
The Supreme Court has rejected requests from five states, including Wisconsin, to review state bans ban on same-sex marriage.
23, Oct 2014 - Doctors differ on preteen suspect's mental state
FILE - In this Aug. 1, 2014 file photo, one of the two girls accused of stabbing another girl is led into the courtroom during court proceedings at Waukesha County Court in Waukesha, Mich. A Wisconsin judge is deciding whether one of two 12-year-old girls accused of stabbing a classmate to please a fictional online horror character is mentally fit to stand trial.
23, Oct 2014 - Competency Evaluation Ordered
Henry "Hank" Chalmers of White River Junction talks with his public defender Jordana Levine during his arraignment in Windsor Superior Court in White River Junction Wednesday, October 15, 2014. Chalmers allegedly stabbed his neighbor Elroy Litchfield in a confrontation early Tuesday morning.
23, Oct 2014 - Judge dismisses NC murder indictment in cold case
The Times-News of Hendersonville reports ( ) District Attorney Greg Newman said Tuesday the judge ruled last week in favor of a defense motion to dismiss the murder charge because of the length of time between Michael Owen's identification as a suspect in 2000 and the grand jury indictment in 2013.
23, Oct 2014 - Death penalty still possible in triple-murder trial
A man charged in the Nov. 4, 2012, stabbing deaths of a Lockport woman and her two daughters could still face the death penalty in Lafourche District Court if convicted.
23, Oct 2014 - Judge hears argument on SD gay marriage lawsuit
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A lawsuit challenging South Dakota's ban on gay marriage should be dismissed because a regional appeals court already ruled on the issue eight years ago, a lawyer for the stat
23, Oct 2014 - North America is a crime scene: The untold history of America this Columbus Day
The founding myth of the United States is a lie. It is time to re-examine our ruthless past -- and present
23, Oct 2014 - Alabama judge dismisses another lawsuit from man who says he had botched circumcision
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — A judge is dismissing a second lawsuit filed by an Alabama man who says his penis was amputated during a botched circumcision.
23, Oct 2014 - Protesters gather for hearing in dog torture case
Animal rights activists rallied Thursday outside a Reno courthouse where a 24-year-old man faces charges accusing him of beheading and dismembering several dogs. Jason Brown was scheduled to appear at ...
23, Oct 2014 - No innocence certificate for alleged torture victim in Burge case
A Cook County judge on Thursday denied a certificate of innocence to a man who spent more than three decades in prison for a rape he said he confessed to after being tortured by detectives under the command of disgraced former police Cmdr. Jon Burge.
23, Oct 2014 - Gloversville couple admits to $400K benefits scam
Federal prosecutors say the owners of an upstate New York trucking business have pleaded guilty to illegally collecting more than $400,000 in government benefits.The U.S. Attorney's Office in Albany say 53-year-old Scott Bornt and his 50-year-old wife, Geri Mondlin-Bornt, pleaded guilty earlier this week to Social Security fraud.
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