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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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18, Apr 2014 - Carol Cocchiola Introduced as New City Court Judge
Binghamton Mayor Rich David has tapped a veteran prosecutor and litigator to fill a vacancy on the City Court bench. David introduced Carol Cocchiola as the new City Court Judge. Cocchiola takes over from retiring Judge Mary Anne Lehmann until a special election is held in November. Cocchiola spent 10 years with the Broome County District Attorney's Office before taking a position with the New ...
18, Apr 2014 - 'Duffel Bag Bandit' gets 5 years in prison - KALB-TV News Channel 5 & CBS 2
BOISE, Idaho (AP) - A bank robber dubbed the "Duffel Bag Bandit" has been sentenced to five years in prison. U.S. Attorney Wendy J. Olson announced that 57-year-old Gerald Edward Massey of Shreveport, La., received the sentence Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Boise.
18, Apr 2014 - State's same-sex marriage recognition put on hold
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (AP) A federal judge is giving the conservative state of Kentucky more time to officially recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states and countries, saying doing so will allow the law to become settled...
18, Apr 2014 - Repeat child support offenders face more jail time
Gov. Mike Pence signed legislation this week to make repeated criminal nonsupport of a child punishable by two to eight years in prison.
18, Apr 2014 - Cambria OKs courthouse paintings
Most days when the Cambria County Courthouse closes at 4 p.m., construction sounds can be heard from the front lobby as walls are being prepared for the historical murals that soon will grace the entrance. As the walls are being readied, the county commissioners on Thursday approved a contract with Ron Donoughe, the Loretto native who designed and will complete the artwork.
18, Apr 2014 - Meaning of 'lawyer' at issue in Beyer-Simmons ballot challenge
In court, Michael Beyer defends his right to take on Rep. Justin Simmons. PHILADELPHIA — Democrat Michael Beyer's bid to run against Republican state Rep. Justin Simmons in the 131st District could hinge on his use of one word — lawyer.
18, Apr 2014 - Asheboro man pleads in Ohio traffic death
GIRARD, Ohio — Richard Pacholski of Asheboro, who had been charged with vehicular homicide in the death of an Ohio man in a head-on collision in July 2012, pleaded no contest to a lesser charge of vehicular manslaughter in Girard Municipal Court on April 10. He will report to serve a 30-day jail sentence on May 1.
18, Apr 2014 - Jon Carpenter appointed to Justice Court in Carbon County
Jon Randall Carpenter was selected as the new Justice Court Judge for Carbon County April 2 after a long selection process involving a committee that sorted out the candidates and recommended a pair of possibilities to the Carbon County Commission for consideration.
18, Apr 2014 - Bemidji man's prison sentence stayed in fatal hit-and-run
BEMIDJI - The driver in a hit-and-run accident that killed a Bemidji man last summer received a stayed prison sentence this week in Beltrami County District Court. Martin Erwin Ubert, 58, of Bemidji, was sentenced Monday to 13 months in the Minnesota Correctional Facility in St. Cloud for felony criminal vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of an accident. His prison time was stayed for four ...
18, Apr 2014 - Secret Guantanamo camp forced into the spotlight
The Camp 7 prison unit is so shrouded in secrecy that its location on the U.S. base in Cuba is classified and officials refuse to discuss it. Now, two separate but related events are forcing it into the limelight.
18, Apr 2014 - John Edwards Resumes Career As Trial Attorney
The former U.S. senator and Democratic presidential hopeful is one of three attorneys representing a boy in a medical malpractice case in North Carolina.
18, Apr 2014 - Brusly Police Chief Jamie Whaley pleads guilty to malfeasance charge
Brusly Police Chief Jamie Whaley pleaded guilty Thursday morning to one count of malfeasance in office and was sentenced to 18 months of probation.
18, Apr 2014 - Pussy Riot activists raise voices and issue call to action
SANTA MONICA, Calif. — Barely three months after their release from Russian prison, Masha Alekhina and Nadya Tolokonnikova sit outside a Santa Monica hotel, smoking cigarettes, insisting that their group Pussy Riot is not a band.
18, Apr 2014 - Court says goodwill divisible
The “goodwill” value of Little Rock’s Brave New Restaurant was considered in a valuation of the business and can be divided in the co-owners’ divorce proceedings, the Arkansas Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
18, Apr 2014 - Tulsa lesbian couple waited decade for day in court on marriage ban
Mary Bishop and Sharon Baldwin filed a lawsuit against Oklahoma the day after on overwhelming number of voters in the Bible-belt state approved a ballot measure banning gay marriage.
18, Apr 2014 - In public information clashes with Charleston police, some see need to change bill already in works
When detectives put Chris Ward in handcuffs earlier this year, he and his attorney were surprised.
18, Apr 2014 - Affidavit: Smuggler threats follow Puig from Cuba
The smugglers who helped Los Angeles Dodgers star Yasiel Puig leave Cuba on a speedboat have made death threats against him and against a Cuban boxer who says he defected with Puig, according to court documents.
18, Apr 2014 - US ruling spurs halt to immigration detainers
PORTLAND, Oregon— A federal judge has found that an immigrant woman's constitutional rights were violated when she was held in jail without probable cause at the request of U.S. immigration authorities.   The ruling is one of several recent federal court decisions to place scrutiny on the practice of keeping people in jail after they're eligible for release so that they can be considered for ...
18, Apr 2014 - New York man cleared of murder after nearly 25 years in prison
A New York City man who spent nearly 25 years in prison for murder was exonerated Tuesday when a judge found that he had been in Florida on vacation at the time of the crime. Jonathan Fleming, 51, walked out of Brooklyn Supreme Court a free man after the Kings County District Attorney's Office dropped all charges against him "in the interest of justice." "He's extremely happy this day finally ...
18, Apr 2014 - Durant Woman Says Farewell To Co-Workers After 32 Years
DURANT, OK -- She's been working in the same office since 1982, but starting next week, one Durant woman will now have all her days free. The court clerk in Bryan County decided it's time to retire, and
18, Apr 2014 - Convicted Boston crime boss James 'Whitey' Bulger moved to Oklahoma
• Officials to decide whether to try Bulger for 1981 Tulsa murder • Mobster, 84, in federal prison transfer point 'by coincidence'
18, Apr 2014 - Northern Indiana man gets 120 years in store shootings
GOSHEN — A man who pleaded guilty to murder in the shooting deaths of a northern Indiana convenience store's owner and an employee has been sentenced to 120 years in prison.
18, Apr 2014 - 1 of 2 men on trial in slaying outside Montgomery County bar
NORRISTOWN — A prosecutor says a man on trial in a shooting death outside a southeastern Pennsylvania bar a year ago “laid in wait” along ...
18, Apr 2014 - Boston Auto Accident Attorney at the Law Offices Of Mark E. Salomone Comments on Recent GM Recall o
Massachusetts product liability lawyer at the Law Offices of Mark E. Salomone weighs in on General Motors recall of 1.6 million vehicles due to defective ignition switches linked with 12 fatal car accidents nationwide. (PRWeb April 07, 2014) Read the full story at
18, Apr 2014 - Judge dismisses suit over AL Accountability Act
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit challenging the Alabama Accountability Act.
18, Apr 2014 - Bruno trial hinges on level of proof
Albany Federal prosecutors say former Senate Majority Leader Joseph L. Bruno could be found guilty of bribery-related fraud at his retrial even if there is no evidence that he promised to perform an official act in exchange for money. Bruno, 85, of Brunswick, goes to trial May 5 before U.S. District Court Chief Judge Gary L. Sharpe charged with two counts of "honest services" mail fraud in ...
18, Apr 2014 - Costs spurred Kansas school policy changes
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Public school teachers in Kansas likely will lose their legal protections against getting fired after legislators tacked that and other policy changes onto a court-mandated plan to boost aid for poor school districts.
18, Apr 2014 - Attorney Navid Alband Named Among “Top 40 Under 40” by The National Trial Lawyers
Fort Worth Attorney Navid Alband, of The Alband Law Firm, has been selected as one of the top criminal defense litigators under the age of 40 for his geographic area. He received this “Top 40 Under 40” designation from The National Trial Lawyers. (PRWeb April 08, 2014) Read the full story at
18, Apr 2014 - One suspect set to plead guilty in killing near Cash Wise, three others charged with murder
FARGO - After striking a plea deal calling for a 25-year prison term, a man accused of a fatal stabbing near a grocery store here last month pleaded guilty Friday and testified against three other suspects who were arrested Thursday and charged with murder.
18, Apr 2014 - House bill cuts more prison staff
Sen. Rich Taylor, D-Mount Pleasant, and Rep. Jerry Kearns, D-Keokuk, updated about 20 constituents Friday about the most recent developments in the state capitol as the legislative session winds down.
18, Apr 2014 - Former KBI Deputy Director Guilty Of Sexual Exploitation Of A Child
TOPEKA, Kan (WIBW) A former high-ranking Kansas Bureau of Investigation official pleaded guilty to a child sex crime Thursday morning.
18, Apr 2014 - Mexico, Attorneys General From 5 States Sign Pact To Fight Money Laundering
The top prosecutors from five U.S. states have signed an agreement with the National Banking and Securities Commission of Mexico to fight the illegal transfer of money across international boundaries.
18, Apr 2014 - German Shepherd summoned for jury duty
Call him juror K-9. A computer glitch is likely to blame for a summons that called a German Shepherd to report for jury duty, court officials in New Jersey's Cumberland County said on Wednesday. [caption id="attachment_129537" align="aligncenter" width="520"] IV, a 5 year-old German Shepherd dog belonging to Barrett Griner IV, is seen in an undated photo in Bridgeton, New Jersey. REUTERS/Barrett ...
18, Apr 2014 - Man gets 20 years for robberies
Mississippi officials said an Alabama man will spend 20 years in prison for the December 2011 armed robberies of two check cashing businesses, one in Moss Point and the other in Pascagoula. Jackson County Assistant District Attorney Cherie Wade told The Sun Herald that 31-year-old Robert Lee Stone, of Mobile, Ala., pleaded guilty to two charges of armed robbery Wednesday. Senior Circuit Judge ...
18, Apr 2014 - Thursday's Sports In Brief
MIAMI (AP) -- The smugglers who helped Los Angeles Dodgers star Yasiel Puig leave Cuba on a speedboat have made death threats against him and against a Cuban boxer who says he defected with Puig, according to court documents.
18, Apr 2014 - Judge Orders Former Forbes 400 Member Tim Blixseth To Pay $41M To Yellowstone Club Creditors
A U.S. district court judge in Montana has upheld a 2012 decision made by bankruptcy court that requires Yellowstone Club founder Tim Blixseth to pay creditors $41 million. Now the hard part: getting him to cough up the money.
18, Apr 2014 - Judge rejects $150K settlement in Trumbull Children Services infant rape
Trumbull judge rejects $150 settlement in Children Services rape case
18, Apr 2014 - Pinal County officials at odds over selling jail
A Pinal County supervisor says the county needs to sell its jail and allow it to be operated by a private company - an idea panned by Sheriff Paul Babeu.
18, Apr 2014 - La. man charged in Miss. sex-trafficking case
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The U.S. Attorney in New Orleans says a Louisiana man has been indicted in a 2012 sex trafficking case. A statement from U.S. Attorney Kenneth Polite says 42-year-old Torrey Ledell Davis of Metairie was named in a three-count indictment Thursday.
18, Apr 2014 - Offer of a fresh perspective might help Detroit out of bankruptcy
It's like 'American Idol' for bankruptcy, without the glamour but plenty of bucks involved. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes is hiring an expert to review the city's plan of adjustment and the auditions are today.
18, Apr 2014 - Man charged with making terrorist threat
A Missouri man accused of falsely reporting a gunman walking around the Central Methodist University is no terrorist, as prosecutors allege, but rather the victim of hysteria created by an incident that has been blown out of proportion, his attorney said.
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