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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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23, Aug 2014 - Woodward charged with 24 counts in child porn case HARRISON COUNTY, Ohio â A joint investigation between the Harrison County Sheriff's Office and the Ohio Internet Crimes against Children Task Force resulted in the arrest 37-year-old Jewett man William Woodward for possession of child pornography on Aug. ...
23, Aug 2014 - Hermon man recently released from prison charged with stealing medical marijuana
Posted Aug. 08, 2014, at 6:07 p.m. BANGOR, Maine — A man released from prison less than three months ago was back before a judge Friday at the Penobscot Judicial Center accused of new crimes.
23, Aug 2014 - Plotts arraigned in Mercy Fitzgerald shootings
As he was arraigned on murder counts before a Delaware County judge Tuesday, Richard Plotts asked questions, sniffled, raised his eyebrows, and said he didn't understand all the charges against him.
23, Aug 2014 - Union County Man Sentenced to 30 Years
A Union County man has pled guilty to numerous charges, giving him a net term of 30 years.
23, Aug 2014 - Felon gets 4 years on federal gun charge
A 31-year-old convicted felon has been sentenced to nearly four years in federal prison for being in possession of a firearm.
23, Aug 2014 - Trial delayed for a resident the Tanana Tribal Council seeks to ban
61-year-old William Wash, who has been linked to the father of the man who shot and killed two Alaska State Troopers, is facing multiple charges including assault and harassment.
23, Aug 2014 - Prowers County Sheriff's Report July 23-26, 2014
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23, Aug 2014 - Cop shooter sentenced to life plus 10 years
A 33-year-old Hilo man who shot two police officers from beneath a modified van in a darkened parking lot early last year was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole plus 10 years.
23, Aug 2014 - State highlights: Aging inmate care outside prison; Colo.'s teen birth rate drop; Minn. rural d
Providing health care to an aging prison population is a large and growing cost for states. Not only do inmates develop debilitating conditions at a younger age than people who are not incarcerated, but caring for them in the harsh environment of prisons is far more expensive than it is on the outside.
23, Aug 2014 - Alabama sovereign citizen leader loses appeal
A federal appeals court has upheld the conviction of a self-appointed sovereign citizen leader who challenged the federal government's authority over him.
23, Aug 2014 - Wisconsin’s Walker Routed Cash to Outside Group, Prosecutor Says
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker directed that campaign contributions be diverted to the conservative issue-advocacy group Wisconsin Club for Growth, lawyers for the special prosecutor investigating him said in court papers.
23, Aug 2014 - Ohio Attorney General's office wants a final decision made on Sciortino case
Court documents released Thursday night by the Ohio Attorney General's office show a preliminary ruling issued by a special three judge panel ordered Michael Sciortino be suspended from the Mahoning County Auditor's office.
23, Aug 2014 - Appeals court OKs permits for U.P. mine
Traverse City — The Michigan Court of Appeals on Wednesday upheld a decision by state regulators to allow construction of a nickel and copper mine in the Upper Peninsula backwoods, the latest development in a 12-year legal and political struggle.
23, Aug 2014 - After prison stint, former Providence, R.I., mayor eyes comeback
By Scott Malone PROVIDENCE R.I. (Reuters) - The man who ran Providence, Rhode Island, for 22 of the past 50 years is convinced that his hometown needs him again and isn't going to let a little thing like the five years he spent in prison on a racketeering conviction stand in his way. In 1984 he pleaded guilty to assaulting an acquaintance and in 2002 he was convicted of racketeering conspiracy ...
23, Aug 2014 - No New Cases for Arrested Alabama Federal Judge
Alabama federal judge won't get new cases after arrest in domestic dispute caught on 911 tape
23, Aug 2014 - Ellenbecker to be free on bond awaiting a new trial
MASON CITY | A former Forest City police officer will be free on $6,000 cash-only bond as he awaits a new trial on arson and burglary charges.
23, Aug 2014 - Ex-CISD teacher enters guilty plea for sexually assaulting student
A former Conroe ISD intermediate school teacher will serve 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to first-degree felony aggravated sexual assault of a 12-year-old girl who was once his student.
23, Aug 2014 - Las Cruces man sentenced to 10 years in Juárez for extortion
A 20 year-old man from Las Cruces was sentenced to 10 years in prison in Juárez this week for extorting a restaurant owner in Juárez, according to the Chihuahua Attorney General's Office.
23, Aug 2014 - No arrest warrant being issued for Texas' Perry - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A judge isn't issuing an arrest warrant for Texas Gov. Rick Perry, a court official said Monday, and the Republican is planning to continue galloping around the country gearing up for a possible 2016 presidential run - despite being indicted on two felony counts of abuse of power back home.
23, Aug 2014 - Mansfield man charged with molestation
MONTICELLO - A Mansfield man accused of having sexual contact with teen-age girls has been formally charged. Piatt County State's Attorney Dana Rhoades filed charges Friday against Paul Reynolds, 47, for contact that allegedly happened years ago. read more
23, Aug 2014 - Woman admitted to sexual encounters with two girls placed at the treatment center
A former worker at a residential treatment center for troubled teens was sentenced today to 44 years in prison for sexual encounters with 13- and 15-year-old girls at the center.
23, Aug 2014 - Brinkley man sought in death of father, robbery of grandmother
The State Police and Monroe County authorities are looking for Dustin Heath Burrow , 29, of Brinkley as a suspect in the shooting death of his father, Carl Lynn Burrow,. 62, and armed robbery of his grandmother, Vaudean Burrow. State Police said they were informed of the crime at 3:45 p.m. Thursday. Burrow's body was found in a barn on his property west of Brinkley. Burrow may be driving a 2007 ...
23, Aug 2014 - Glut of Lawyers Leaves Grads Looking for Work
Since 2000, the number of licensed attorneys has swollen from 60,900 to 96,511. In the same period, five new law schools have opened, cranking out even more lawyers to join those bemoaning the diminished rewards of their chosen career.
23, Aug 2014 - Judge grants woman same-sex divorce
A Broward County judge has said a West Palm Beach woman can dissolve her civil union to another woman. The ruling also said Florida's ban of same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. "I was absolutely elated," said Heather Brassner, the woman asking for her civil union to be dissolved. "There's no words to describe how wonderful it felt." "Like nothing you can imagine, just chills and relief," said ...
23, Aug 2014 - Gay couples oppose delaying Arkansas lawsuit
LITTLE ROCK — Lawyers for gay couples challenging Arkansas' ban on same-sex marriages said Wednesday they won't agree to delay a pair of lawsuits while the U.S. Supreme Court considers taking up the matter.
23, Aug 2014 - Stand Your Ground for felons: 2nd conviction thrown out
A 48-year-old West Palm Beach man, who is serving a life sentence for a 2010 murder outside a Dixie Highway bar, will get a second chance to convince a jury he acted in self-defense.
23, Aug 2014 - Inside the world of 'deadbeat dads': In and out of jail, unable or unwilling to pay
Last year, more than 1,800 men and women were incarcerated or sentenced to home confinement with ankle bracelets in Bergen and Passaic counties for failing to pay child support. They and thousands of others statewide cycle in and out of a court system whose mission is to get money from people who claim they just don't have any.
23, Aug 2014 - New Trial Ordered For Noura Jackson
The Tennessee Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for Noura Jackson, a Shelby County woman convicted of the second degree murder of her mother.
23, Aug 2014 - Dover attorney Tom Donovan offers free defense for marijuana possession
While all attorneys are encouraged to provide pro bono legal services, Dover attorney Tom Donovan is focusing his free legal advice on a cause he has taken to heart: defending people charged with marijuana possession.
23, Aug 2014 - Wrongly Arrested Pregnant Woman Spends 5 Days In Jail, Endures 8-Month Trial Before Police Admit Mi
Pregnant Woman Arrested And Put Through Court Battle Before Police Finally Admitted It Was A Mistake Police Admit That They Arrested And Charged The Wrong Woman For Drug Trafficking Wrongly Arrested Pregnant Woman Spends Five Days In Prison, Endures Eight-MonthTrial Before Police Admit Their Mistake Pregnant Woman Arrested, Put Through Court Battle Before Cops Admit Error Headlines Legal ...
23, Aug 2014 - Levanas to Replace Nash as Presiding Juvenile Court Judge
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Levanas will replace Michael Nash as presiding juvenile court judge, the MetNews has learned.
23, Aug 2014 - Sterling loses appeal to block LA Clippers sale
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Donald Sterling's latest effort to block the $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer was rejected Wednesday by a California appeals court.
23, Aug 2014 - Execution offers evidence against lethal injection
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The nation's third botched execution in six months offers more evidence for the courts that lethal injection carries too many risks and amounts to cruel and unusual punishment, death-row lawyers and other opponents said Thursday.
23, Aug 2014 - Swallow, Shurtleff appear in court, vow to beat charges
History was made Wednesday in a Salt Lake City courtroom - but not the good kind. Two former Utah attorneys general appeared in criminal court to answer to a slew of public corruption charges, ranging from accepting or soliciting bribes to tampering...
23, Aug 2014 - Utah appeals to U.S. Supreme Court in gay marriage case
Utah on Tuesday became the first state to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in on its law banning same-sex marriage that two lower courts have struck down.
23, Aug 2014 - Elder-abuse prosecutor leaves Chatham County district attorney for better pay
Assistant Chatham County District Attorney Shalena Jones, who brought renewed passion to the office's elder-abuse prosecution, left Friday to return to private practice and the lure of better pay.
23, Aug 2014 - Connecticut man imprisoned for 21 years in killing he didn’t commit seeks millions in compensatio
HARTFORD, Conn. — A man cleared of murder and rape charges after being locked up for two decades made an emotional appeal Tuesday for millions of dollars in compensation, telling the state claims commissioner about the fear he endured in prison. Kenneth […]
23, Aug 2014 - Judge warns attorneys, law enforcement over sobriety law
LIBBY – A state district court judge has told Montana Attorney General Tim Fox and 11 other state county attorneys and law enforcement officials, including three in Yellowstone County, they will be found in contempt of court if any of them contact him again outside a courtroom about Montana’s 24/7 Sobriety Program.
23, Aug 2014 - Florida's swollen ranks of lawyers scrap for piece of a shrinking legal pie
And those who are practicing find they have to slash their legal fees to fight all the competition.
23, Aug 2014 - Vermont Navy veteran faces prison time for drone protest
SHAFTSBURY -- An 80-year-old local Navy veteran is facing a potential year in prison if convicted of charges stemming from his involvement in an anti-drone protest at a New York Air Force base in April.
23, Aug 2014 - NC lawmakers direct who will judge their laws
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina lawmakers are making it harder to contest their decisions in court by establishing an unprecedented system to hear cases challenging whether laws are constitutional.
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