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21, Oct 2014 - Cairo man sentenced for child porn
Thomas W. Faircloth,  37, of Cairo, Georgia, was sentenced Monday in Albany federal court in connection with receiving, distributing and possessing child pornography.
21, Oct 2014 - Appeals court rules on teen life sentences
FAYETTEVILLE — North Carolina judges have made conflicting rulings on whether dozens of prisoners serving life sentences for killings committed when they were teens should have a chance at parole after 25 years.
21, Oct 2014 - Family angered with man's NKY crash sentence
A Northern Kentucky family is angry at the sentence for the man who caused the pain, and loss, they are living with.
21, Oct 2014 - Milwaukee Archdiocese's bankruptcy case headed back to federal court
The Milwaukee Archdiocese's bankruptcy case is heading back to federal court. The case has dragged on for nearly four years. Katie Crowther has more.
21, Oct 2014 - Same-Sex Marriage Legally Recognized in Utah
  The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear Utah’s appeal Oct. 6, making same-sex marriage now legal in the state. The Court announced yesterday that it would not hear the appeals of five states, including Utah. Because the justices did not take the cases, the lower court rulings in each state stand. The Court did […] The post Same-Sex Marriage Legally Recognized in Utah appeared first on The ...
21, Oct 2014 - Murder Suspect Mistakenly Released From Prison
A dangerous Maryland murder suspect was mistakenly released from prison Friday, and state corrections officials say they didn???t even know the man was missing until Sunday night.
21, Oct 2014 - Unsold Stuff: No One Knows What to Do with All These Empty U.S. Prisons
Oregon's Wapato jail. Photo via KMD Architects U.S. incarceration rates have been declining for the last few years. One unanticipated consequence of this very happy development is an excess of empty prisons that no one wants to buy.
21, Oct 2014 - Evans ruled incompetent, committed to mental hospital
After a court appointed forensic psychologist found that defendant Jacob Evans was not currently competent to stand trial, a Parker County judge signed an order Monday afternoon finding Evans incompetent to stand trial at present and committing him to a maximum security state mental hospital for a period not to exceed 120 days. Evans is accused of killing his mother and sister Oct. 4, 2012 in ...
21, Oct 2014 - Firm paying $1M in SEC case on high-speed trading
A former New York foundry owner has been sentenced to 2½½ years in prison for trying to sell counterfeit sculptures that he passed off as the work of Jasper Johns.
21, Oct 2014 - OSBI Investigating Waurika Shooting, Victim Believed To Have Died In Crash
JEFFERSON COUNTY, OK -- The Oklahoma State Bureau of investigation is investigating a shooting in Waurika, Oklahoma after a mediflight crash.The OSBI said in a statement they were requested by The Waurika Police Department for investigative and crime scene assistance overnight.
21, Oct 2014 - Drug agency sued over its fake Facebook account
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Drug Enforcement Administration set up a fake Facebook account using photographs and other personal information it took from the cellphone of a New York woman arrested in a cocaine case in hopes of tricking her friends and associates into revealing incriminating drug secrets.
21, Oct 2014 - Red-light cameras slapped down by Florida court
A Florida District Court of Appeals judge ruled recently that red-light camera companies can't issue tickets, a decision that slaps back the right of private firms to mail fines to motorists. "In Florida, only law enforcement officers and traffic enforcement officers have the legal authority to issue citations for traffic ...
21, Oct 2014 - Ukiah Valley home invasion suspects face judge
Four suspects reportedly involved in a Ukiah Valley home invasion last week stood before a Sonoma County Superior Court judge on Friday for an arraignment proceeding.
21, Oct 2014 - Life or Death? Jurors to Weigh Fate of Jodi Arias
The sentencing retrial against Arias will be a mini-trial of sorts to get a fresh jury up to speed on the case. The retrial could last until December.
21, Oct 2014 - Man convicted of raping college students gets life
A Grand Forks man convicted of raping and robbing two female University of North Dakota students has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
21, Oct 2014 - Judge Scolds Hollywood Sex Accuser for Lying in Court (Exclusive)
Michael Egan claimed that he had no help authoring detailed legal papers, then switched his answer after the judge warned him not to lie read more
21, Oct 2014 - Accused denies killing ambassador
A lawyer for Benghazi suspect Ahmed Salin Faraj Abu Khatallah entered a plea of not guilty Monday to all charges related to the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic complex in Libya. But the federal judge in Washington delayed the setting of a trial date as prosecutors address concerns about classified material that will be involved in the case.
21, Oct 2014 - Hawaii Attorney Robert Thomas Appointed to Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference Advisory Board
Attorney Robert H. Thomas, a Director with Damon Key Leong Kupchak Hastert and Hawaii member of the Owners' Counsel of America, has recently been appointed by the Property Rights Project of William & Mary Law School to serve on the Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference Advisory Board. (PRWeb October 20, 2014) Read the full story at ...
21, Oct 2014 - Olentangy school board member turns to Supreme Court in fight with other members
The Ohio Supreme Court is being asked to overturn lower-court ruling holding that Olentangy school board members did not violate open-meetings laws while exchanging emails underlying an eventual decision. Board member Adam White filed the appeal last week in the case he brought against his four fellow school board members in the Delaware County district alleging that they illegally “deliberated ...
21, Oct 2014 - State highlights: Calif. ballot measure updates; Va. prison health care budget shortfall
A selection of health policy stories from California, Arizona, Maine, South Dakota, Virginia, Maryland, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Texas, Washington state and Missouri.
21, Oct 2014 - Ebola comes to last safe district in Sierra Leone
A former New York foundry owner has been sentenced to 2½½ years in prison for trying to sell counterfeit sculptures that he passed off as the work of Jasper Johns.
21, Oct 2014 - Duo charged in plot to sell Saddam Hussein's smuggled guns plead not guilty
Two men who are charged in connection with a plot to sell stolen firearms believed to have belonged to the family of late Iraqi president Saddam Hussein pleaded their innocence Monday in federal court in Newark.
21, Oct 2014 - Bozeman attorneys answer lawsuit against ordinance
The Bozeman City Commission is asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit seeking to throw out the city's new non-discrimination ordinance.
21, Oct 2014 - Exoneree Diaries: As series closes, how can system ever repay the falsely imprisoned?
Over the past two decades, Chicago lawyers, journalists and innocence crusaders have exposed flaws in the criminal justice system. Indeed, Cook County leads the country in the number of exonerations. But one area of wrongful convictions that has gone overlooked, apart from media coverage about multimillion dollar lawsuits won by the few, is how exonerated prisoners struggle to re-enter society ...
21, Oct 2014 - Chaparral teen will get adult sanctions
Judge James W. Counts ruled that Rey Arias will face adult sanctions on numerous charges, including kidnapping, aggravated burglary and unlawful taking of a motor vehicle.
21, Oct 2014 - Incarcerated Care
By: Wren Abbott Prisoners find little recourse for health care complaints One inmate allegedly died from preventable complications of a perforated ulcer'after begging for treatment for six days. Another lost all vision in his eye after medical staff allegedly neglected to dispense antibiotics. Correctional Medical Services prevailed legally in each of these cases.
21, Oct 2014 - Egypt 'gay marriage' video detainees to face trial Tuesday
Cairo (AFP) - Eight men arrested in Egypt for appearing in a "gay marriage" video that went viral on the Internet will face trial on Tuesday for inciting debauchery, judicial sources said.
21, Oct 2014 - Oberender earns 60 months for arsenal
The latest chapter in a case that has had roots spanning nearly two decades came to a conclusion on Thursday, Oct. 2 when a Carver County judge sentenced Christian Oberender of Watertown to five years in prison for illegally possessing firearms. According to a release from the Carver County Attorney’s Office, Oberender, 34, pleaded guilty [...]
21, Oct 2014 - Benghazi Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in US Court
A Libyan militant has pleaded not guilty in a U.S. federal court to charges linked to the September 11, 2012, attacks in Benghazi that killed four American citizens, including a U.S. ambassador. Ahmed Abu Khattala entered a not guilty plea on Monday at a short hearing in Washington, D.C. Khattala is charged with 18 counts including murder of an "internationally protected person" and killing a ...
21, Oct 2014 - Court Backs Decision Reversing DeLay's Convictions
by Terri Langford , The Texas Tribune Siding with a decision made a year ago by a lower appeals court, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals on Wednesday refused to reinstate money-laundering convictions against former U. ...
21, Oct 2014 - Judge to rule against Ameren
A judge said Monday that he will rule against a subsidiary of Ameren Corp. in a legal fight over whether it needs state regulators’ permission to build a high-voltage power line across northern Missouri.
21, Oct 2014 - Court sends a message in sentencing ex-L.A. Councilman Richard Alarcon
A Superior Court judge sentenced former Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon to 120 days in County Jail on Tuesday, sending a signal to politicians that the court does not take residency laws lightly.
21, Oct 2014 - CDC releases revised Ebola gear guidelines
Federal health officials on Monday issued new guidelines to promote head-to-toe protection for health workers treating Ebola patients.
21, Oct 2014 - Crack-smoking Greeneville doctor sentenced to 24 months
KINGSPORT - A former Greeneville doctor, who smoked and distributed crack cocaine at his substance abuse treatment facility, has been sentenced to 24 months in prison on federal drug and health care fraud charges.However, the doctor has taken the necessary steps with the Tennessee Department of Health to receive his medical license back and be on probation with the state for no less than five ...
21, Oct 2014 - Teacher's group takes fight with UM System to state Supreme Court
The University of Missouri System has refused to hand over course syllabi, citing copyright laws.
21, Oct 2014 - Ebola scare defendant has suffered mental illness, lawyer says
The defendant charged with inducing panic on a Florida to Vienna flight Sunday was recently hospitalized for bipolar disorder.
21, Oct 2014 - Former eBay exec sentenced for insider trading
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A former eBay executive has been sentenced to 15 months in prison for his role in insider trading. A federal judge in Philadelphia sentenced 45-year-old Christopher Saridakis on Wednesday. Saridakis had pleaded guilty to securities fraud in May.
21, Oct 2014 - Advocacy group: Conditions at St. Clair Correctional Facility dangerous, violent
In a release sent to Fox6 on Monday, the Equal Justice Initiative says it will file a class action lawsuit in federal court on Tuesday on behalf of men incarcerated at St. Clair Correctional Facility in Springville.
21, Oct 2014 - Marriage licenses issued as same-sex unions become legal in Va.
The U.S. Supreme Court has turned away appeals from five states seeking to prohibit same-sex unions, and clerks of court were being given the go-ahead as of 1 p.m. to issue marriage licenses.
21, Oct 2014 - Editorial: Choices for Washington’s top court few but easy: Stephens, Johnson - Sat, 18 Oct 2014
The Supreme Court’s involvement in education funding has become the No. 1 issue in the state, but none of the four justices running for re-election has drawn a serious challenger. Justices Mary Yu and Mary Fairhurst are unopposed. Justice Debra Stephens is the only Eastern Washington representative on the court. She was picked to join the court in 2007, and faced no opposition in 2008. Her only ...
21, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court Won't Revive Claims
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from 11 Louisiana parishes that wanted to revive their lawsuits from the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
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