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22, Dec 2014 - W.Va. case of meatloaf deaths moved to US court
A lawsuit blaming a restaurant's meatloaf for the deaths of a former West Virginia state lawmaker and her husband is moving to federal court.
22, Dec 2014 - Closing arguments in Dahlinger murder case
Closing arguments wrapped up Tuesday in the trial for the accused killer of Grand Rapids businessman John Dahlinger.
22, Dec 2014 - New trial ordered for woman convicted of murdering George County sheriff
Brandy Nicole Williams was convicted of capital murder and sentenced to life in prison for killing George County Sheriff Garry Welford. However, that verdict has been overturned. And a new trial has been ordered. The state Court of Appeals released its decision on Tuesday.
21, Dec 2014 - Rob Bell's Judge Father Calls Ex Christian Radio Host John Balyo 'Filthy, Obscene' as H
Federal Judge Robert Holmes Bell, father of bestselling author and popular pastor Rob Bell, called the shocking secret life of former Christian radio host John Balyo, "filthy" and "obscene" as he sentenced the once married expectant father to 40 years in prison for sexually abusing a 12-year-old boy.
21, Dec 2014 - Berrios' patronage hiring under fire, again
Cook County Assessor Joe Berrios isn't taking attempts to end patronage hiring abuses in his office seriously and should face court sanctions, a court-appointed monitor says.
21, Dec 2014 - AP source: White Sox reach $42M deal with Cabrera
Attorneys for a 13-year-old girl hurt in the Indiana State Fair stage collapse argued Monday that the state's cap on liability damages is unconstitutional and should be thrown out by the Indiana Court of Appeals.
21, Dec 2014 - Fil-Am sworn in as judge in LA Superior Court
LOS ANGELES -- Rob Villeza was sworn in on Thursday, December 11, as a judge of the Los Angeles Superior Court. Villeza, who has served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Central District of California for more than 20 years, was among six others appointed to the bench by California Gov. Jerry Brown in November. "It's a wonderful feeling but for me it's not just an individual honor ...
21, Dec 2014 - Judge Hears Case as Protesters Seek Police Limits
Federal judge hears arguments as Missouri protesters seek limits on police actions
21, Dec 2014 - Escapee From Federal Prison In Central Texas Recaptured
BURNET, Texas -- An ex-CEO of some Oklahoma energy companies has been caught after escaping from a minimum security federal prison in Central Texas. Authorities say 55-year-old Jimmy Morrisett was located Tuesday at an abandoned house in Burnet, where he's from. ...
21, Dec 2014 - MSU working younger players into action at bowl practice
STARKVILLE -- It was hard to judge which was more impressive, the pass or the catch. On the passing end stood true freshman quarterback Elijah Staley, one of two signal callers being redshirted by Mississippi State this season.
21, Dec 2014 - Death sentence for DA’s murderer helps calm Texas county
Years — and many appeals — will likely pass before convicted killer Eric Lyle Williams finds himself inside a small room with mint-green walls in Hunstville. There, he will be strapped to a gurney and partially covered with a white sheet while drugs that will kill him run through his body.
21, Dec 2014 - Oklahoma judge to rule on disputed football game
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- An Oklahoma County judge has delayed ruling on a request by an Oklahoma City school to have part or all of a high school football playoff game replayed.
21, Dec 2014 - Blank Rome Adds Two Corporate Litigation Lawyers to Growing Los Angeles Office
Blank Rome LLP is pleased to announce that Jonathan A. Loeb and Jeffrey Rosenfeld have joined the Firm’s Corporate Litigation group as Partner and Of Counsel, respectively. Mr. Loeb brings more than twenty years of complex litigation experience to the Firm, with a practice that ranges across several industries, including entertainment, real estate, and healthcare law.
21, Dec 2014 - Man gets life for killing mom holding her baby
HALIFAX, N.C. (AP) — A man has been sentenced to life in prison in the killings of two people in Halifax County, including a mother shot while she held her baby in her arms.
21, Dec 2014 - 7-Eleven robbers receive 20 years in prison
Two Baltimore men have been sentenced to 20 years in prison for robbing eight 7-Eleven convenience stores in 18 days, according to a release from the Office of the U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland.
21, Dec 2014 - One convicted, another sentenced in 10-defendant marijuana conspiracy
Adonys Hurtado-Gutierrez, 38, has entered a guilty plea on the day prior to commencement of trial, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.
21, Dec 2014 - Former Christian radio host to be sentenced in federal court
Federal prosecutors in Grand Rapids are calling a former Christian radio host a "wolf in sheep's clothing."
21, Dec 2014 - Volokh Conspiracy: Oklahoma court declines to order football game replayed for blown call
An Oklahoma judge has wisely declined to intervene in an Oklahoma football game, citing concern about ushering in "a new era of robed referees and meritless litigation."
21, Dec 2014 - Prison is not always the solution
In the 1990s, I once co-taught a college course in history at the Henry Hill prison in Galesburg. I vividly recall that after class the first evening, a young, slender blond fellow came up to me with a desperate look in his eyes. "Are you a lawyer? (No) Well, anyway, please help me get out of here!" the young man pleaded. There was nothing I could do. read more
21, Dec 2014 - Guantanamo 9/11 hearing canceled, Army spokesman says
WASHINGTON - Court officials canceled a two-day pretrial hearing for suspects in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on Monday at the US prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, a US Army spokesman said.
21, Dec 2014 - CPUC commissioner tied to e-mail saying he’d help PG&E
A California Public Utilities Commission official offered to write a favorable opinion on a $1.3 billion gas rate case if Pacific Gas and Electric Co. “did not like” one from another commissioner, according to an e-mail the company was forced to disclose by a judge’s order. The e-mail — from ousted PG&E Vice President Brian Cherry to two colleagues who were also fired — is just the latest in a ...
21, Dec 2014 - ‘Midnight Rider’ Director, Producer Seek Escape From Trespass Case
Despite settling with the family of camera assistant Sarah Jones last week , Midnight Rider ' s director and producer are still trying to escape the sights of rail company CSX . Randall Miller and Jody Savin today asked a Georgia court to dismiss them and their business entities from a cross-claim by CSX, whose remaining involvement in the ongoing civil suit filed by Jones' family has kept the ...
21, Dec 2014 - Judge rules Illinois pension law unconstitutional
An Illinois judge tossed out a landmark law Friday intended to fix the nation's worst government-employee pension crisis, ruling that the plan lawmakers adopted less than a year ago violates the state ...
21, Dec 2014 - Directors respond to constituents on criminal case
Miriam S. Cody Staff Writer 11/21//2014 The Indian Valley Community Services District board of directors answered questions about the Leanna May Moore case at the Nov. 12 meeting of the Indian Valley Community Services District. Former General Manager Moore was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the embezzlement of over $600,000 from the district.
21, Dec 2014 - Former Subway Franchise Owner Sentenced for Gift Card Hacking Scheme
A California man was sentenced to serve 18 months in prison with two years supervised release, and ordered to pay $34,712 in restitution, for remotely hacking into the computerized cash registers of Subway restaurants and fraudulently obtaining more than $40,000 in gift cards.
21, Dec 2014 - Chris Brown's bodyguard sentenced for assault
WASHINGTON (AP) — A judge who convicted singer Chris Brown's bodyguard of punching a man in Washington last year has given him a sentence that will keep him out of jail.
21, Dec 2014 - Guilty plea for man with 20 kilos of cocaine
Donald Lancer, 47, of Saskatchewan, Canada, pleaded guilty today to conspiracy to distribute and possess to distribute cocaine, United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced.
21, Dec 2014 - Appeals ruling: 2012 sobriety checkpoint was set up improperly
An appeals court ruled Monday that the arrest of a Medina man at a sobriety checkpoint in 2012 was improper because prosecutors failed to prove police followed procedure to set up the checkpoint. John Hirsch, 54, was one of three people arrested the night of Oct. 27, 2012, at a checkpoint on state Route 18 Read More... The post Appeals ruling: 2012 sobriety checkpoint was set up improperly ...
21, Dec 2014 - Wisconsin Supreme Court agrees to take up John Doe cases centered on Walker's campaign
MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin Supreme Court has agreed to hear three cases stemming from a John Doe investigation of fundraising and spending by Gov. Scott Walker's campaign and conservative groups backing him.
21, Dec 2014 - Saginaw man gets 2nd life prison sentence
A Saginaw man serving a life prison sentence without parole for killing a 6-year-old girl in a 2012 has received a second such sentence for killing his son's mother in 2013.
21, Dec 2014 - Three men plead guilty to robbery involving kidnapped Meriden residents
HARTFORD — A man pleaded guilty Monday in Hartford federal court to charges stemming from a 2013 kidnapping of Meriden residents and robbery of the jewelry store where two of them worked. Two of the man’s accomplices pleaded guilty last week.
21, Dec 2014 - Chicago Labor Seeks to Nix Pension Fix on Heels of State
Chicago labor unions sued to block the third-biggest U.S. city’s plan to cut a $20 billion pension deficit on the heels of a successful challenge to cuts to state pension benefits.
21, Dec 2014 - Guilford Twp. couple guilty of neglecting emaciated dogs
A Guilford Township couple pleaded no contest Monday to neglecting two dogs that were rescued from the couple’s Greenwich Road home in September. Burdett and Augusta Crandall each was charged with cruelty against animals, first-degree misdemeanors punishable by up to six months in jail. Their sentencing date has not been scheduled, according to Wadsworth Municipal Read More... The post Guilford ...
21, Dec 2014 - Court upholds conviction in Durant child's death
The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals says it won't reverse the second-degree murder conviction of a man charged in the 2012 death of his 14-month-old son in Bryan County.
21, Dec 2014 - Kansas City Business Owners Sentenced in Fraud Scheme of Debt-stressed Clients
The husband and wife owners and operators of a Kansas City, MO, firm that promised to help financially-strapped clients get out of debt were sentenced in federal court Thursday for defrauding 81 clients and the government of more than $1 million.
21, Dec 2014 - Swimming - Phelps sentenced to one-year suspended sentence
- Olympic swimming champion Michael Phelps was given a one-year suspended sentence and 18 months probation after his arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol and speeding, a judge said Friday.
21, Dec 2014 - Woman charged with starving her son to death back in court
The trial date for a Kenmare woman accused of starving her teenaged son to death continues to be pushed back.
21, Dec 2014 - Texas Plans to Execute a Schizophrenic Man Who Tried to Subpoena Jesus
Scott Panetti, who is scheduled to die Wednesday, has a long history of severe mental illness
21, Dec 2014 - Top News
A Tennessee woman has been sentenced in federal court in to four years probation and eight months home detention following her conviction of mail fraud in connection with a scheme to defraud trucking companies over drug and alcohol test results of drivers.
21, Dec 2014 - Ex-Spokane bishop denies smear tactics in diocese’s legal battle - Tue, 16 Dec 2014 PST
Spokane’s former Bishop Blase Cupich disputes the testimony of a now-resigned top lieutenant, saying he never directed attorneys to sling mud at the law firm that guided the Spokane Diocese through bankruptcy. In a declaration filed earlier this month with the federal Bankruptcy Court in Eastern Washington, Cupich said he directed diocese attorneys to “put pressure” on Spokane law firm Paine ...
21, Dec 2014 - Hazelton Resident Pleads Guilty To New Sex Crimes
Boise, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KSVT-TV ) - William Clarence Brower, 51, of Hazelton, Idaho, pleaded guilty Tuesday Morning in United States District Court to two counts of transfer of obscene images to minors, and to possession of child pornography.
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