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01, Mar 2015 - Supreme Court decision on health care subsidies could affect thousands in N.J.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday on a challenge to the Affordable Care Act that would end the federal subsidies for people who bought health coverage on the federal marketplace, a decision with enormous potential impact in New Jersey — and not just for the 210,000 insured residents directly affected.
01, Mar 2015 - Former Boy Scouts leader sentenced for child pornography
Ian Francis Burow was sentenced to 15 years in prison for child pornography to run concurrent with a 20-year federal sentence.   Read more
01, Mar 2015 - Florida Supreme Court affirms death sentence for Emilia Carr
Emilia Carr, one of only five women on Florida's death row, will remain there now that the state Supreme Court has upheld her first-degree murder conviction and sentence.
01, Mar 2015 - Woman who had 70 dogs, cats seized from home acquitted of animal cruelty
GILMER (TYLER MORNING TELEGRAPH) -- A woman who had a total of about 70 dogs and cats seized from her by the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was acquitted by an Upshur County Court jury Wednesday of a misdemeanor animal cruelty charge.
01, Mar 2015 - Judge orders Christie's $1.6 billion pension cut be reversed
Mercer County Superior Court Assignment Judge Mary C. Jacobson issued her ruling Monday, one day before Governor Christie is set to deliver his budget for the next fiscal year, which begins July 1. Jacobson said the state must also reimburse the public employee unions for legal costs.
01, Mar 2015 - U.S. bank exec 'cooked the books' to hide bad loans-prosecutor
The former chief operating officer of a major Chinese-American bank in San Francisco knowingly "cooked the books" in an effort to conceal deteriorating loans at the height of the 2008 financial crisis, a U.S. prosecutor said in court. Opening statements began on Tuesday in a securities fraud trial against former United Commercial Bank executive Ebrahim Shabudin, a rare criminal prosecution ...
01, Mar 2015 - Connecticut panel asks high court to hear synagogue dispute
LITCHFIELD (AP) — A historic district in Connecticut being sued for rejecting plans for a synagogue in 2007 is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to throw out the lawsuit.
01, Mar 2015 - Smugglers who left pregnant woman to die jailed
SAN DIEGO - Two men who left a pregnant woman to die in an isolated mountain region of southern California after they smuggled her across the U.S.-Mexico border were sentenced to federal prison on Wednesday, officials said.
01, Mar 2015 - Prisoners Sentenced to Life as Kids Just Lost Their Best Chance for Freedom
In 1984, when Toca was 17, he was charged with accidentally shooting and killing his best friend, Eric Batiste, during a failed carjacking. Largely on the basis of eyewitness testimony, Toca was convicted of second-degree murder in 1985 and given a mandatory sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole. He has spent most of the last 31 years in Louisiana’s notorious Angola state ...
01, Mar 2015 - N.J. Supreme Court Tosses Man’s Child Abuse Guilty Plea Based On ‘Off-Color’ Language
The New Jersey State Supreme Court on Monday ruled that a Morris County was not guilty of child abuse just because he admitted to using “off-color language” in the presence of a 13-year-old foster child.
01, Mar 2015 - House advances bills on chemical abortions, executions
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas House gave overwhelming support Monday to measures to restrict the use of abortion-inducing drugs and ensure that victims’ families can view executions.
01, Mar 2015 - Maryland government worker fired for smart-alecky Facebook post about being 'groped' by gua
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — A Maryland state employee's smart-alecky comment on Facebook about being "groped" by prison guards has gotten him fired.
01, Mar 2015 - Prison: Unauthorized use of social media akin to committing a violent crime against another prisone
South Carolina prisoners get the harshest in-prison punishment -- solitary confinement -- just for using Facebook.
01, Mar 2015 - States predict inmates' future crimes
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — On a hot Friday last July, a parolee was mowing a lawn in a small cul-de-sac on the west side of the city when he stopped to ask for a glass of water.
01, Mar 2015 - Lawyer wants teen's school stabbing case of out adult court
GREENSBURG, Pa. (AP) - The attorney for a 17-year-old boy charged in a stabbing rampage at a western Pennsylvania high school says the boy is responding well to mental health treatment and that they remain hopeful his criminal charges will be moved to juvenile court.
01, Mar 2015 - Updated: Hutchinson unveils plan to address prison overcrowding
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday unveiled a plan to address prison overcrowding that involves adding prison beds, hiring new parole and probation officers and investing in re-entry and alternative sentencing programs.
01, Mar 2015 - Former ISU student sentenced to 4 years in campus shooting
A former Indiana State University student who pleaded guilty to wounding another student in a residence hall shooting has been sentenced to four years in prison.
01, Mar 2015 - Judge throws out 'warrior gene' defense
Won’t allow expert testimony at murder trial
01, Mar 2015 - EVERYDAY LAW: Principal’s right must be upheld
In last week’s article, I mentioned that the decision of the Superior Court of Rhode Island in Russell Gorman Jr vs St Raphael Academy (2002), which found that a school policy which prescribed hair length...
01, Mar 2015 - Accused in Via plot considered triggering U.S. volcano, court hears
A man accused of plotting to derail a Canadian passenger train also thought about triggering a catastrophic volcanic blast in the United States, his trial heard Tuesday.
01, Mar 2015 - Drug Addicts and Mental Health Patients Swell in Indianapolis, Harbor Village Detox Offers Drug and
Harbor Village Detox comments on the necessity of admitting drug addicts and mental health patients into the correct treatment facilities, as opposed to being confined in jails who are understaffed to handle the burden. (PRWeb February 26, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/02/prweb12518115.htm
01, Mar 2015 - Prosecutors move to suppress 'good guy' evidence in trial of Youngstown lawyers
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Prosecutors are again taking proactive measures to remove weapons from the legal arsenal of attorneys representing to local attorneys in a criminal case.
01, Mar 2015 - Florida prison chief questioned on CCI deaths
Vanilla Ice has been charged with breaking into and stealing from an abandoned home that is in foreclosure in Florida. Police in the Palm Beach County town of Lantana say the recording artist and home-improvement-show host had been renovating a home next to the victim's house.
01, Mar 2015 - Are Tuscaloosa parking fines enforceable?
Tuscaloosa city leaders are seeking help from the Alabama Legislature to eliminate questions surrounding the issue of parking ticket enforcement. City attorneys contend the legal authority exists to issue parking tickets and collect fines for those who exceed downtown parking restrictions. But that authority is shaky, and at least one local lawyer argues that it doesn’t exist at all. “In my ...
01, Mar 2015 - Slaughter helps No. 9 Florida State women rout Clemson 81-38
With Florida State ahead by 37 points late in the game, coach Sue Semrau used the opportunity to find a way to get a basket for Gabby Bevillard. A redshirt freshman who has had four knee surgeries, Bevillard had not been able to step on the court in a college game. Wearing braces on both knees and taking the court just weeks after losing her mom to cancer, Bevillard made a 3-pointer with 1:50 ...
01, Mar 2015 - Pill mill owners turn snitch to cut jail time
TAMPA — Not so long ago, they ran what authorities described as the most active pill mill in the United States, and now they are getting out from under long prison sentences by helping prosecutors jail other pill pushers.
01, Mar 2015 - Supreme Court case on ACA subsidies affects 1 million in Florida
The legal battle over Affordable Care Act tax credits is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday, and the outcome will affect more than 1 million people in Florida.
01, Mar 2015 - Inmates moved from Texas prison that was site of uprising
By Jim Forsyth SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (Reuters) - Nearly 1,000 of the 2,800 inmates in a southern Texas prison rocked by a weekend uprising have been taken out of the facility, which will be emptied by the end of the week, prison operators said on Tuesday. The Willacy County Correctional Center in the Rio Grande Valley community of Raymondville primarily holds men who have entered the United States ...
01, Mar 2015 - Clayton County Mock Trial teams to compete in Henry County Saturday
Several Clayton County high schools will compete in the district level Mock Trial championship hosted by Henry County Saturday.
01, Mar 2015 - Suspect in Woburn stabbing sentenced
WOBURN – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan has announced that a Connecticut man has been sentenced to state prison in connection with a stabbing and carjacking that took place outside of a Wobur
01, Mar 2015 - Lloyd’s syndicates must pay $9.6 million of environmental cleanup costs
A New Mexico state court jury rendered a verdict awarding $9.6 million to United Nuclear Corp., a former uranium miner, which was seeking coverage for remediation and other costs from Lloyd’s of London underwriting syndicates.
01, Mar 2015 - Judge refuses to lower Oakland man's $300K bail in marijuana, money-laundering case
Darren Richardson, 31, has been in Bergen County Jail since January — on what his friends and attorney called an excessive $300,000 bail — on numerous marijuana-related and money-laundering charges. A judge on Thursday refused to lower it.
01, Mar 2015 - Virginia moves closer to establishing mental health court
SB 903 would create a specialty court for people with mental health issues, providing a variety of treatment options.
01, Mar 2015 - Fitch Affirms Wasatch County, UT's Lease Rev Rfdg Bonds 'AA-'; Outlook Stable
Fitch Ratings has affirmed its 'AA-' rating on the following Municipal Building Authority of Wasatch County, UT obligations issued on behalf of Wasatch County, UT(
01, Mar 2015 - Jury Finds Robarge Guilty in Death of His Wife
Sisters Ciera Robarge, middle, and Gabriel Robarge Pellerin, right, follow Ronald Prouty Jr. out of Sullivan County Superior Court after hearing the guilty verdict in the killing of their mother and Prouty's sister, Kelly Robarge Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015. The jury returned the verdict after about 12 hours of deliberation.
01, Mar 2015 - 1998: Stonewalling -Washington County withdraws employment protection for gays
Given the ugliness of the times, and the fact that the Men With Bad Haircuts in the Arkansas State Legislature are intent on staying on the wrong side on history, it seems right to repost this article I wrote in 1998, when the Washington County Quorum Court, at the height of the Human Dignity battle in Fayetteville, voted to remove long-time job protections for gay and lesbian employees - which ...
01, Mar 2015 - New Data Reveals Human Trafficking Remains Prevalent in Tennessee
More cases of human trafficking reported in Tennessee than Arkansas and Mississippi combined. by Louis Goggans Laron Matlock smiled and blew a kiss to his family shortly before being sentenced to 15 years in prison for sex trafficking last Thursday. From July to August 1st, 2012, Matlock benefited financially from forcing and coercing a 16-year-old girl to work as a prostitute in Memphis and ...
01, Mar 2015 - Mother of woman beaten to death by Kelly Gage: "I feel like he has to answer to God for what h
Murder defendant Kelly Gage pleaded guilty Wednesday to criminally negligent homicide under a plea agreement with the Smith County District Attorney's office. He received a fifteen year prison sentence.
01, Mar 2015 - Bobbi Kristina Brown's Aunt Leolah "So Full and Drained" as Niece Remains in Coma
Bobbi Kristina Brown's aunt Leolah, a sister of Bobby Brown's, gave a new update on her niece on Monday, Feb. 9, saying she and the family are relying on their faith through times of trial: "I prayed so hard for my niece Krissi"
01, Mar 2015 - Eagle case to land in court (again) Monday
Following a brief pretrial hearing Friday morning between attorneys and La Salle County Judge Daniel J. Bute, the second trial against an Oglesby nature photographer for conservation charges is set to
01, Mar 2015 - Supreme Court refuses to halt same-sex marriages in Alabama
© AP Photo/Brynn Anderson Tori Sisson holds out her and Shanté Wolfe's wedding rings inside their tent near the Montgomery County Courthouse Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015, in Montgomery, Ala.
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