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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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25, Oct 2014 - Attorneys Corey Hamilton and Theresa Nelson Join Strauss Troy
Strauss Troy, a leading law firm in Ohio and Kentucky, announces that attorneys Corey Hamilton and Theresa Nelson have joined the firm. "These two talented attorneys bring notable expertise to the ...
25, Oct 2014 - Nevada's ban on same-sex marriage struck down
A federal appeals court has struck down gay marriage bans in Idaho and Nevada.
25, Oct 2014 - Cooper touts local experience
Having already served as an undercover narcotics officer, Sacramento County jail commander and first mayor of the newborn Elk Grove, City Councilman Jim Cooper has set his sights on an open seat in the state Assembly, facing fellow Democrat Darrell Fong in the 9th District. Cooper discussed his policy goals and campaign on a visit Tuesday to the Bee Capitol Bureau. California Assembly candidate ...
25, Oct 2014 - Problems at women’s prison often ignored
BY ERIC TUCKER The Associated Press WASHINGTON When inmates at a notorious Alabama women’s prison came forward to complain of sexual abuse and harassment, state investigators time and again classified the complaints as unfounded or unsubstantiated and often recommended that the matters be closed without further action, according to investigative reports obtained by The Associated Press. read more
25, Oct 2014 - Kansas court rules Dems don’t need Senate nominee – in blow to Republican
A Kansas state court has ruled that Democrats do not have to field a candidate this fall against Republican Sen. Pat Roberts, in a decision that could boost independent Greg Orman in his bid to unseat the longtime GOP senator.
25, Oct 2014 - Arkansas Voter ID Law Ruled Unconstitutional by Court
An Arkansas law requiring voters to show proof of identification was struck down by the state’s highest court in a victory for Democrats and civil rights groups that argue such laws are designed to help Republicans by turning away poor, minority and elderly citizens at the polls.
25, Oct 2014 - 5 jailed for drugs, assault
CATLETTSBURG, Ky. -- Five people were sentenced to prison Friday in Boyd County Circuit Court, according to the office of Commonwealth's Attorney David Justice.
25, Oct 2014 - Ohio court asked to dismiss appeal of Adamson family
GEORGETOWN, Ohio | An attorney representing Brown County Coroner Dr. Judith Varnau filed on Oct. 17, to have a court appeal by the family of a death victim dismissed.
25, Oct 2014 - Convicted murderer of classmate seeks new trial
The lawyer for a man convicted of killing his classmate, Cassie Jo Stoddart, is asking a judge for a new trial.
25, Oct 2014 - Idaho Christian ministers may face jail for refusing to perform same-sex weddings
Matt Bradwell COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho, Oct. 20 (UPI) -- A pair of ministers in Idaho may face up to $1,000 in fines and 6 months in prison for refusing to perform same-sex weddings at their for-profit wedding chapel.
25, Oct 2014 - Prison employee resigns after TV interview probe
A television station's face-to-face prison interview with murder suspect Arron Lewis angered both prosecutors and the public, prompted an internal investigation by the Arkansas Department of Correction, and led to the resignation of one of two prison officials placed on paid administrative leave after the interview aired.
25, Oct 2014 - District attorney requests appeal dismissal of Shaun Cowley case
The Salt Lake County district attorney has asked the Utah Attorney General's Office to take a look at the Shaun Cowley manslaughter case and decide whether to appeal the judge's decision to dismiss the case at the preliminary hearing phase.
25, Oct 2014 - Glasgow man sentenced for shooting Glasgow police officer in 2011
Officer Steven Smith was responding to a 911 call in 2011, when he was shot him in the arm with a 12-gauge shot gun.  He suffered serious injuries.
25, Oct 2014 - Salt Lake County keeps its justice court
The Justice Court for unincorporated Salt Lake County has received a reprieve. In July 2012, the county informed state court officials that it was considering dissolving its court and dividing its 10,000 or so cases between other justice courts operated by the valleyâs cities. But nothing has happened yet, and Deputy Mayor Nichole Dunn said potential changes in the courtâs future have been put ...
25, Oct 2014 - Ohio inmate has leprosy; Jimmy Dimora continues fight for new trial; bomb scare in Canton: Overnigh
Also, Cleveland man charged with assaulting Lakewood police officer; Public Square renovation wins a big thumbs-up from Cleveland Design Review Committee; Maple Heights holds traffic camera forum as citizens prepare to vote
25, Oct 2014 - Court tosses Arizona's no-bail law for immigrants
An appeals court on Wednesday struck down a voter-approved Arizona law that denies bail to immigrants who are in the country illegally and have been charged with a range of felonies that include
25, Oct 2014 - Man arrested after he maced a WVSP trooper and security guard in Cabell County, West Virginia
Dan White was brought into the Cabell County Courthouse on Friday, October 24th to be arraigned on charges. He was taken to the bathroom after his arraignment and somehow got a hold a can of mace. He maced both a West Virginia State Police trooper and a security guard. Both men had minor injuries. But White now faces additional charges. 
25, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court denies Chesterfield Township’s request to appeal Rosie O’Grady’s ruling
The Michigan Supreme Court recently denied a request from Chesterfield Township to appeal previous rulings involving Rosie O’Grady’s restaurant and about $30,000 in sewer tap fees.
25, Oct 2014 - Ex-Jefferies Trader Gets Bail as Court Questions Verdict
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25, Oct 2014 - Wyoming federal judge Clarence Brimmer dies at 92
CHEYENNE (AP) — Retired U.S. District Judge Clarence A. Brimmer, widely regarded as a pillar of the Wyoming legal profession, has died. He was 92.
25, Oct 2014 - LPSS Budget Battle Continues
What's next for the Lafayette Parish School Board after a judge declares the budget adopted by the board is, in fact, legal? As we reported yesterday, a Lafayette judge ruled against Superintendent Pat Cooper after he filed a civil lawsuit in parish court. Cooper was trying to disqualify three board members from participating in his disciplinary hearing that he felt were too biased against him ...
25, Oct 2014 - New look sought on bail law for undocumented
PHOENIX — Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery wants a federal appeals court to give him what legal foes call a “do-over” on his bid to salvage a state law denying bail to many people not in this country legally.
25, Oct 2014 - Suspect in Tyler stabbing death sentenced to 35 years in prison
A Tyler man accused in the November 2013 stabbing death of a 65-year-old mentally disabled man was sentenced Monday to 35 years after pleading guilty to murder.
25, Oct 2014 - Prosecutors to retry woman in foster child's death
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (AP) — Prosecutors say they'll retry a South Texas woman whose capital murder conviction in the 2006 salt poisoning death of her 4-year-old foster son was overturned. Nueces County District Attorney Mark Skurka said Friday that he has ordered a new trial for Hannah Overton of Corpus Christi, who had served seven years of a prison sentence of life without parole.
25, Oct 2014 - Supreme Court agrees to decide gun ownership case
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Monday to decide whether a Florida man convicted on drug charges and forced to give up his firearms under federal law could sell the guns or transfer ownership to his wife or a friend. The court agreed to hear an appeal filed by Tony Henderson, a former U.S. Border Patrol agent who was convicted of distributing marijuana ...
25, Oct 2014 - Ex-Des Plaines Man Gets 17-1/2 Years In Murder-For-Hire Plot
A former Des Plaines man who solicited two undercover law enforcement officers to kill his estranged wife and her friends was sentenced today to 17 years and 7 months in federal prison.
25, Oct 2014 - Swallow, Shurtleff ask judge to separate their cases
The charges against former Attorneys General Mark Shurtleff and John Swallow are different enough that they must be tried separately, lawyers for the two defendants told a judge Monday. Third District Judge Elizabeth Hruby-Mills set a Nov. 7 hearing ...
25, Oct 2014 - Ruby Red Shoe Ball returns to North Caldwell
NORTH CALDWELL—Civic leader and community advocate, and Montclair resident Patricia Devine-Harms will be honored at CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for Children of Essex County’s, (CCEC) thir
25, Oct 2014 - Judge in Silk Road case gets death threats
A Manhattan federal judge has received chilling online death threats from supporters of the alleged mastermind behind the notorious illegal-drug-peddling Web site Silk Road. Manhattan federal Judge Katherine Forrest —...
25, Oct 2014 - Former bail bondsman sentenced on sex charges
A former Kansas bail bondsman convicted of forcing women to have sex has been sentenced to 21 years in state prison.
25, Oct 2014 - Trial continues for man charged in child deaths
The trial of a man accused in the deaths of his two children continued with the court hearing his recorded interviews with police.
25, Oct 2014 - WATCH LIVE: Adrian Peterson heads to court on child abuse charge
For Texas prosecutor Lucy Wilke, there was no grey area about whether an 11-year-old boy being hit nearly 20 times with a three-foot piece of looped wire by his father for not taking out the trash was discipline or child abuse.
25, Oct 2014 - ADA Doupé to plead local DUI case before Georgia Supreme Court
A Wilkes County DUI case will be argued before the Georgia Supreme Court Monday, October 6, and the results could impact other cases around the state, said Toombs Judicial Circuit Senior Assistant District Attorney Bill Doupé, who will present the prosecution’s case in his first appearance before the state’s top court.
25, Oct 2014 - Judge dismisses two Tea Party group suits against IRS
WASHINGTON - A federal judge Thursday dismissed two lawsuits by two Tea Party groups over what they said was extra IRS scrutiny over their applications for tax exempt status. In throwing out one of the cases, filed by Linchpins of...
25, Oct 2014 - After nearly 40 years of service, Ada County Prosecutor Greg Bower to retire
Bower, 65, went to work in the prosecutor's office in 1975 and was first elected as the head prosecutor in 1982. He worked under for Prosecuting Attorneys David Leroy and… Click to Continue »
25, Oct 2014 - AG leads national effort to prevent online child sex trafficking
Attorney General Bob Ferguson led a nationwide effort Oct. 21, to urge Congress to pass legislation that would help prevent children from being trafficked on the Internet.
25, Oct 2014 - 9 ex-players opt out of NFL concussion litigation
Only nine former NFL players have opted out of the proposed class settlement in the NFL concussion litigation, with less than two weeks to go before the deadline, according to a filing Oct. 2 by the lead players' lawyers.
25, Oct 2014 - Coleman & Horowitt, LLP Welcomes Two New Attorneys
David J. Weiland and Gregory J. Norys join Coleman & Horowitt, LLP (PRWeb October 24, 2014) Read the full story at
25, Oct 2014 - Wisconsin couple sentenced to 5 years in prison in Iowa methamphetamine distribution case
ELKADER, Iowa — A Wisconsin couple has been sentenced to five years in prison after Clayton County authorities discovered a methamphetamine manufacturing operation at their Iowa home.
25, Oct 2014 - Consider This...Voter ID laws protect democracy
This week a federal appeals court reinstated the Texas Voter ID Law that had been repealed by an appeals court judge last week.
25, Oct 2014 - Michigan Supreme Court rejects motion to reconsider 'juvenile lifers' ruling
The Michigan Supreme Court this week denied a motion to reconsider its July 8 ruling that denied resentencing hearings for inmates serving life sentences without the possibility of parole for crimes they committed as minors.
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