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28, Nov 2014 - 3rd Washington judge upholds pot-business ban
A third Washington state judge says cities and counties can ban licensed marijuana businesses within their jurisdictions.
28, Nov 2014 - Split Supreme Court opens door to vote on Saline County alcohol
The Arkansas Supreme Court, split 4-3, has reversed a lower court and ordered him to reconsider signatures he disallowed in blocking the counting of votes on a local option alcohol vote in Saline County. Judge Grisham Phillips will have to reconsider all petition signatures, including 720 that weren't counted. If valid signatures not originally included are counted, it would appear to open the ...
28, Nov 2014 - Mass murderer Charles Manson gets marriage license
SACRAMENTO Calif. - Mass murderer Charles Manson has been granted a marriage license, and would be allowed to wed in prison, a spokeswoman for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said on Monday. Manson, 80, was issued a marriage license by Kings County, California, where he is serving a life sentence at the California State Prison, Corcoran, corrections spokeswoman Terry ...
28, Nov 2014 - Judge Says Crowing Oregon Rooster Must Go
Cock-a-doodle ado in Oregon: Judge says crowing rooster must go
28, Nov 2014 - Delvin Barnes Behind Bars in Philadelphia After Appearing in Court
Court sketch courtesy: Susan Schary
28, Nov 2014 - Experimental research turns out well for local man
Standing at the counter of his jewelry and appraisal consulting shop on Matthew Lane, Marty Greenfield is happy to be alive. He said he feels blessed to be one of 112 people chosen to participate in a study on the affects of stem cells on a damaged heart. The clinical trials were funded by Baxter Healthcare Corp.
28, Nov 2014 - Southern California Immigration Lawyers Welcome President's Action, Caution Community Against S
American Immigration Lawyers Association So Ca Chapter summarizes President Obama's Announcement of Program to Keep Families Together & Warns Public About Fraud & Notario Scams (PRWeb November 23, 2014) Read the full story at
28, Nov 2014 - Child support information forum scheduled for Tuesday at Orchard Knob Missionary Baptist Church
People go to jail or lose their driver's license because they don't understand how the child support system works, says state Rep. JoAnne Favors, founder of the Tennessee Intergenerational Political Network (TIPNET).
28, Nov 2014 - Ex-Mississippi prison head pleads not guilty in bribery case
Both the former Mississippi prison system commissioner and a local businessman have plead not guilty to dozens of felony counts that include conspiracy, bribery and money laundering. read more
28, Nov 2014 - UPDATE: Federal judge tosses Missouri's same-sex marriage ban, Jackson County begins issuing li
The ruling comes just days after a St. Louis Circuit judge also ruled that Missouri's ban on same-sex marriage violated the U.S. Constitution. However, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is appealing both rulings. Read more
28, Nov 2014 - Fort Campbell Solider Convicted Of Murder Freed From Prison
A former Fort Campbell soldier once convicted of taking part in killing four people has been freed from prison after prosecutors dropped the case against him 20 years after the crime.
28, Nov 2014 - Judge steps down in case of Kentucky lawmaker
PIKEVILLE, Ky. (AP) - A federal judge has recused himself from hearing the case against an outgoing Kentucky lawmaker and a retired state mine inspector facing bribery charges. U.S. District Judge Danny Reeves didn't give a reason for stepping away from the case of state Rep. W. Keith ...
28, Nov 2014 - Nevada prison inmate serving time for murder dies
A Nevada prison inmate who had been serving time for a Clark County murder since 1975 has died.
28, Nov 2014 - Indictment: Prison boss Chris Epps took bribes for contracts
JACKSON — Former Mississippi Corrections Commissioner Christopher Epps, who resigned abruptly this week, has been charged with accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes from a Rankin County businessman connected to several private prison companies.
28, Nov 2014 - Vikings’ Peterson Pleads No Contest
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson leaves the courthouse with his wife Ashley Brown Peterson Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014, in Conroe, Texas. Adrian Peterson avoided jail time on Tuesday in a plea agreement reached with prosecutors to resolve his child abuse case.
28, Nov 2014 - Fatal hit and run driver enters plea of no contest
Jacqueline Hogan pled no contest to the deadly hit run on Fowler Street back in August. As she stood in court, she cried as the judge spoke. Hogan was sentenced to four months in the Lee County Jail and then will serve five years probation once she is released. 
28, Nov 2014 - Man sentenced to nine years in prison for running drug ring
A West Virginia man was sentenced today to nine years in federal prison for running what prosecutors have said was one of the largest prescription pill networks ever uncovered in the Ohio Valley.
28, Nov 2014 - Bronx drug dealer gets up to 4 years in prison in North Adams operation
PITTSFIELD - A New York man who was dealing drugs in North County last year was sentenced to up to four years in state prison after pleading guilty to cocaine trafficking and other charges.
28, Nov 2014 - Sister of Mentally Ill Texas Man Sentenced to Die in December Pleads to Rick Perry to Spare His Lif
The sister of Scott Panetti, a paranoid schizophrenic set to be executed by the state of Texas on Dec. 3 for the murder of two people, has pleaded with Gov. Rick Perry to commute his sentence to life in prison. Victoria Panetti has said that her brother, who believes he's being executed for preaching the Gospel, does not understand fact from fiction, and started an online petition asking Perry ...
28, Nov 2014 - No jail for teen who beat Hennepin County politician -- instead, arts study
A teenager who severely beat former Hennepin County board chairman Mark Andrew at the Mall of America last year won't go to jail for her crime -- and he's glad she won't.
28, Nov 2014 - Joseph Steinberg, judge and writer, dies at 86
BLOOMFIELD, Conn. (AP) - Retired Connecticut Judge Joseph Steinberg, who hosted a weekly news program with reporters on public television for two decades and wrote books on real estate and other topics, has died. He was 86.
28, Nov 2014 - GovBeat: Utah must pay attorney’s fees in same-sex marriage case, judge says
The state must pay $95,000 to plaintiffs who sued Utah for attempting to retroactively enforce its marriage ban on same-sex couples.
28, Nov 2014 - What's at Stake in Tuesday's Rodney Reed DNA Hearing
Tuesday morning marks a critical moment in the Rodney Reed case, the Bastrop man convicted of raping and murdering 19-year-old Stacy Stites. A hearing will take place to determine if additional DNA testing on other evidence will be allowed. Our Alex Stockwell explains why this hearing could be Reed's last chance at reversing his execution sentence.
28, Nov 2014 - Indictment: Rankin County Businessman Bribed MDOC's Epps for Prison Contracts
Christopher Epps, the long-tenured commissioner of the Mississippi Department of Corrections, and former Rankin County School Board President Cecil McCrory will be arraigned this later today on a 49-count indictment in Jackson.
28, Nov 2014 - Fil-Am elected mayor; another named to top judicial post
LOS ANGELES---Two Filipino-Americans have recently assumed top local government and state judicial posts in Los Angeles County.   Tzeitel Paras-Caracci has been elected mayor of the City of Duarte while Judge Rob Villeza has been appointed by California Governor Edmund Brown to the Los Angeles County Superior Court.   Duarte City council members voted unanimously to elect Paras-Caracci as mayor ...
28, Nov 2014 - Man gets 20 years in prison for stealing vehicle
CHARLESTON -- A judge Thursday ordered a 20-year prison sentence for a man who attacked another man and stole a pickup truck from the 69-year-old Coles County resident during a run from a shooting in southern Illinois.
28, Nov 2014 - Del. Judge Sets Course for Drug cases After Lab Scandal
A Delaware Superior Court judge has refused to issue a blanket ruling suppressing evidence in scores of pending drug cases because of an evidence tampering scandal at the state drug-testing lab.
28, Nov 2014 - Eight Kansas Hunters Charged with Violating Migratory Bird Act
Eight Kansas hunters were charged in federal court here Tuesday with violating the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.
28, Nov 2014 - New pilot program keeps 1st time underage drinking offense off record, if requirements completed
Friday, the ABC Commission and New Hanover County District Attorney's Office announced a new pilot diversion program that is aimed at stopping underage drinking.
28, Nov 2014 - Leader of $2.5M Green Bay-based timeshare scam gets 9 years in prison
MILWAUKEE — The leader of a Green Bay-based timeshare scam that swindled thousands of people nationwide has been sentenced to nine years in federal prison.
28, Nov 2014 - A fish tale: Supreme Court and the missing grouper
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia thinks something smells rotten about the way prosecutors went after a Florida fisherman who threw undersized grouper off his boat. The conviction of commercial fisherman ...
28, Nov 2014 - Texas grand jury indicts 4 in burned body case
EL PASO, Texas (AP) - A grand jury in El Paso has indicted four people charged with murder in the case of a corpse found burned in a vacant downtown building. A state district court grand jury has formally charged Brittney Stewart, Jerry McGavitt, Jesus Barraza and Thomas ...
28, Nov 2014 - Investment firm appeals Stockton bankruptcy plan that avoided pension cuts for city workers
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A major investment firm has challenged a court-approved bankruptcy plan for the California city of Stockton, possibly jeopardizing resolution of one of the country's biggest city bankruptcies ...
28, Nov 2014 - UPDATE: Wayne County Murder Case Sent to Grand Jury
Suspects in a brutal double-stabbing were back in court Tuesday in Wayne County. All three faced a judge and the family of the victims as investigators shared new details about the brutal stabbings.
28, Nov 2014 - Judge puts the brakes on Uber ride-sharing in Nevada
Ride-sharing company Uber, already tangled in business and legal troubles, has been forced to stop operating in Nevada.
28, Nov 2014 - Judge Denies Reed's Motion for Additional DNA Evidence
The judge has denied Rodney Reed's motion for the addition DNA testing of evidence related to the case. Reed was convicted of raping and murdering 19-year-old Stacey Stites 17 years ago.
28, Nov 2014 - Virginia judge rules police can unlock smartphones with fingerprints
A defendant can be compelled to unlock their smartphone for the police using fingerprints, a Virginia Circuit Court judge has ruled. Judge Steven C. Frucci declared that while a passcode for a smartphone cannot be demanded from a defendant, they can be forced to unlock the device using its built-in fingerprint reader instead, with the ruling calling into question the fingerprint security systems ...
28, Nov 2014 - Texas woman gets 20 years in husband's death
The San Antonio Express-News ( ) reports 44-year-old Stacie Voigt Etzel was found guilty of murder Wednesday in the 2011 shooting death of 51-year-old Terry Lee Etzel at their home in the D'Hanis community, located 50 miles west of San Antonio. Medina County District Attorney Danny Kindred says Stacie Etzel was sentenced Friday to 20 years for murder and to 10 years for ...
28, Nov 2014 - Former chiropractic clinic owner sentenced in $3M fraud conspiracy
The former owner of Texas Avenue Chiropractic clinic in Bryan has been sentenced to nearly seven years in federal prison for engaging in a conspiracy to defraud various automobile insurance companies of more than $3 million via the U.S. Postal Service, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson. Edward Graham, 38, was convicted by a Houston federal jury in October 2013 after only four hours of ...
28, Nov 2014 - Ga. gubernatorial candidates canvassing state; Deal to wrap up campaign in G'ville
ATLANTA (AP) The candidates for Georgia governor have been on the campaign trial since early Monday morning for a final day before Tuesday's election, encouraging supporters and trying to convince undecided voters in the close race.
28, Nov 2014 - Public forum on Alabama prison overcrowding set for Monday at Mobile office
A public forum on Alabama's prison overcrowding will be 6 p.m. Monday at the office in downtown Mobile at 18 South Royal Street.
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