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28, Feb 2015 - Hillsborough judge in domestic violence case may have violated court order
TAMPA — A Hillsborough County judge accused of hitting his wife may have violated a temporary restraining order by attempting to pry open the garage door to enter the couple's house, according to attorneys for the judge's wife.
28, Feb 2015 - US federal appeals court to hear 3 more gay marriage cases
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota (AP) " A U.S. federal appeals court has agreed to hear arguments from three more states defending gay marriage bans.The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday granted a request to consider an appeal...
28, Feb 2015 - Jury in triple shooting set to deliberate
A Knox County Criminal Court jury is expected to begin deliberations Friday in the trial of a man accused in a Fort Sanders home invasion that left three people, including two University of Tennessee students, wounded.
28, Feb 2015 - Ira Rennert denies looting firm to build huge mansion
Billionaire Ira Rennert, charged with looting a company to help pay for construction of the largest house in the Hamptons, adamantly denied wrongdoing at a federal trial Thursday. Mr. Rennert is... To view the full story, click the title link.
28, Feb 2015 - Weld DA responds to Fallis’ Supreme Court bond appeal, urges state’s highest court to uphold pr
Tom Fallis leaves the Weld County Courthouse in Greeley last month following a bond hearing in District Court. Fallis was denied a bond modification that would allow him to return to his home in Indiana. Fallis appealed that order Tuesday in the Colorado Supreme Court.
28, Feb 2015 - Dori foundation hosts event to warn against drunken driving
Jim Rocca fought back tears as he spoke about his son in prison on Thursday.
28, Feb 2015 - Attorney says ex-billionaire to turn over more details on sale after being jailed for contempt
BILLINGS, Mont. - An attorney for ex-billionaire Tim Blixseth said Friday that the real estate mogul will reveal more details of a 2011 property sale in a bid to avoid returning to jail for contempt of court. But attorney Philip Stillman says some documents regarding the $13.8 million sale of
28, Feb 2015 - Judge: Man competent for trial in killings of 3 at meeting - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missou
STROUDSBURG, Pa. (AP) - A judge has ruled a Pennsylvania man competent to stand trial in the shooting deaths of three people during a municipal meeting.
28, Feb 2015 - LIVE ON SWX: EWU Men Host Montana For Senior Day
Eagle seniors Parker Kelly, Drew Brandon and Garrett Moon will be honored Saturday, Feb. 28, when the Montana Grizzlies visit Reese Court in a Senior Day game that begins at 2:05 p.m. and is televised regionally by SWX.
28, Feb 2015 - Recently appointed judges bring varied experience
CEDAR RAPIDS — The two newest 6th Judicial District judges didn’t have aspirations to take the bench until others encouraged them. Then they began to see it as their way to provide more...
28, Feb 2015 - West Palm Beach Business Attorney Jeffrey Garber Offers Contract Law Seminar
Business owners in Palm Beach County are invited to attend a one-hour seminar titled “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Contracts (But Were Afraid to Ask)," taught by attorney Jeffrey Garber on February 26th at 8:00 a.m. at the W. Palm Beach law firm of Ciklin Lubitz Martens & O'Connell. Attendees will learn how to better read and negotiate business contracts. (PRWeb February 16, 2015 ...
28, Feb 2015 - Meaning of 4 words at center of high court health law fight
The lawsuit focuses on the health insurance marketplaces, or exchanges, that have been set up to allow people to find coverage if they don't get insurance through their jobs or the government. Insurers can't deny coverage because of "pre-existing" health conditions; almost everyone must be insured, in order to get enough healthy people into the system; and consumers who otherwise would spend too ...
28, Feb 2015 - Man gets 30 to 60 years in Halloween club slaying
HOLLIDAYSBURG, Pa. (AP) - A man convicted in a Halloween shooting death in a central Pennsylvania nightclub has been sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison.
28, Feb 2015 - Defense Contends New Affidavit Might Support Rowland Claim
A federal judge has unsealed an affidavit in former Gov. John G. Rowland's ongoing campaign fraud case that Rowland is expected to use to support his contention that prosecutors failed to disclose or misrepresented evidence bolstering his claim of innocence.
28, Feb 2015 - Prison reform legislation pushing ahead in Senate
TALLAHASSEE — A Senate committee gave preliminary approval Monday to a bill to create an independent commission to investigate wrongdoing in Florida's troubled prison system and increase sanctions against prison staffers accused of crimes.
28, Feb 2015 - Woman admits false rescue call, then denies guilt after court
A Chicago woman wiped tears from her eyes after pleading guilty Thursday to making a false 911 call reporting that a man had fallen into the frigid waters of Lake Michigan near Rogers Beach two years ago.
28, Feb 2015 - Trial Starts Against Utah Doctor Accused of Killing Ex-Wife
Trial starts against Utah doctor accused of killing ex-wife over bitter custody dispute
28, Feb 2015 - Lawyer pleads guilty involving short sale fraud
Criminal defense attorney Luis Rojas, 38, of Las Vegas pleaded guilty Monday in federal court to making false statements in connection with a fraudulent short sale of property in Henderson, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of California.
28, Feb 2015 - Worcester County sheriff given grant to prevent recidivism
By Kimberly Petalas Being “smart on crime” in order to lower recidivism rates has earned the Worcester County Sheriff’s Department a $750,000 Second Chance Grant from the Federal Bureau of Justice, the largest grant of its kind in department history. read more
28, Feb 2015 - Sonora man paroled after 25 years
A Sonora man on Thursday was approved for parole after serving 25 years in prison for the 1989 attempted murder of a woman at an East Sonora restaurant. Chalen Selvian, 42, was declared suitable to re-enter society despite “vehement” opposition from Tuolumne County District Attorney Laura Krieg.
28, Feb 2015 - Nederland man gets life in federal prison for drug trafficking in Orange Co.
A 40-year-old Nederland man received a life sentence in federal prison Tuesday for drug trafficking, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Texas reported. Officers investigated Hall from February to August 2013 in connection with distribution of methamphetamine in Orange County and on Aug. 31, 2013, officers executed a search warrant at a residence on Spooner Road where they ...
28, Feb 2015 - Judge tells man sentencing in son's death isn't enough
A Kalamazoo man has been told that a plea deal he made in the death of his son led to an "inadequate" sentence.The Kalamazoo Gazette reports a judge told 40-year-old Keith Roberts he has until the middle of the month to withdraw his plea.
28, Feb 2015 - Boal Museum CEO resigns local post, soon out at museum, too
BOALSBURG, Pa. (AP) - The chief executive officer of the Boal Mansion Museum has resigned his position as supervisor in a central Pennsylvania township and will soon retire from the museum, too.
28, Feb 2015 - Former SC State board chair Pinson to be sentenced March 11; prison likely
Former S.C. State University board chair and convicted felon Jonathan Pinson will be sentenced on March 11, according to a federal judges order. Click to Continue »
28, Feb 2015 - White House puts immigration plans on hold after ruling
The Obama administration put its new deportation-relief program on hold Tuesday on the eve of its launch, complying reluctantly with a federal judge's order that roiled immigrant communities nationwide and seemed to...
28, Feb 2015 - 2 Californians get 25 years in federal prison for terror try - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Miss
RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) - Two California men have been sentenced to 25 years in prison for conspiring to support terrorists and kill Americans overseas.
28, Feb 2015 - Driver sentenced to six years behind bars for fatal crash
BLUFFTON, Ind. (WANE) – An Ossian man police say was driving more than 100 mph before a crash that killed two Norwell High School students learned his punishment Wednesday.
28, Feb 2015 - US seeks stay of ruling on Obama immigration action
HOUSTON (AP) — The U.S. government asked a federal judge Monday to lift his temporary hold on President Barack Obama's action to shield millions of immigrants in the country illegally from deportation.
28, Feb 2015 - U.S. appeals court: Marathon bombing trial can stay in Boston
The trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev can stay in Massachusetts, a federal appeals court ruled Friday. Click to Continue »
28, Feb 2015 - Suspect in Darlington shooting remains in jail
A Darlington man accused of shooting his girlfriend Sunday was denied bail by a Harford County District Court judge Monday.
28, Feb 2015 - Caltrans employee takes no contest plea for fuel embezzlement
A Caltrans employee pleaded no contest Wednesday to embezzling gasoline by filling up his personal vehicle using a Caltrans fuel pump, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office.
28, Feb 2015 - Kansas foster dad sentenced in death of girl left in hot car
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A Wichita man has been sentenced to nearly three years in state prison after his 10-month-old foster daughter died after he left her in a hot car while he and his partner smoked marijuana.
28, Feb 2015 - Executive order could make building in N.O. 'impossible,' some say
"This is bigger than Biggert Waters," said Michael Hecht, president and CEO of GNO Inc. Hecht is talking about the new Federal Flood Risk Management Standards created by a Presidential Executive Order on Jan. 30.
28, Feb 2015 - New Middletown man faces sentencing for child pornography
A 57-year old New Middletown man could be sent to prison for 15 years when he is sentenced on Wednesday for a federal child pornography conviction.
28, Feb 2015 - Lawmakers grill state official on Iowa prison delays
DES MOINES | The leader of the state agency overseeing a problem-plagued state prison construction project faced tough questions Monday about escalating costs and ongoing delays at the vacant Fort Madison penitentiary.
28, Feb 2015 - Jets hire brother of judge in New Jersey sports betting suit
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — The New York Jets have hired the brother of a federal judge who has ruled on New Jersey’s efforts to allow sports betting, but that won’t affect the case for now.
28, Feb 2015 - US judge tosses coastal damage suit against oil companies
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A lawsuit filed in 2013 by a Louisiana flood board that sought damages — potentially in the billions of dollars — from scores of oil, gas and pipeline companies over erosion of the state's fragile coast was thrown out Friday evening by a federal judge.
28, Feb 2015 - Lawsuit claims Bully's lists cooks as execs to dodge OT
The largest and oldest sports bar chain in northern Nevada is being accused of violating federal labor laws by intentionally misclassifying cooks and kitchen managers as executives to avoid paying them ...
28, Feb 2015 - US Sentences Somali Man for Supporting Al-Shabab Terrorists
The U.S. Justice Department said Thursday that a Somali citizen was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for providing support to the Somali-based Islamic terrorist group al-Shabab. Abdinassir Mohamud Ibrahim pleaded guilty in July to charges of sending emails to recruit support for the terrorists and sending money to an al-Shabab member. He also admitted lying to U.S. immigration officials ...
28, Feb 2015 - Judge who blocked immigration action had criticized policy
BROWNSVILLE, Texas (AP) — The federal judge in South Texas who temporarily blocked President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration once accused the Obama administration of participating in criminal conspiracies to smuggle children into the U.S. by helping reunite them with parents who live here illegally.
28, Feb 2015 - Panel: Jails bad places for mentally ill
BLOOMINGTON — Metal bars and four brick walls are not the best surroundings for mentally ill people but the criminal justice system has been left with no alternative, a panel of speakers told Illinois State University social services students Wednesday.
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