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22, Aug 2014 - Convicted burglar sentenced to 14 years in prison in home invasion case
Tyree Feaster was given 14 years in prison Thursday for his previous guilty pleas to aggravated robbery, aggravated burglary and weapons charges in connection with a 2013 home invasion in Akron.
22, Aug 2014 - No Texas changes in execution procedure
Texas prison officials say they plan no changes in lethal injection procedures in the wake of problems with an execution in Arizona. Unlike Arizona, which used a two-drug protocol of midazolam and the painkiller hydromorphone for an execution Wednesday that took two hours, Texas uses a single dose of the sedative pentobarbital. Texas Department of Criminal Justice spokesman Jason Clark says the ...
22, Aug 2014 - John Travolta Can't Stop Former Pilot's Lawsuit Over Secrets (Exclusive)
UPDATE: A California appeals court allows Douglas Gotterba to challenge the validity of a confidentiality agreement. read more
22, Aug 2014 - Woman Pleads Guilty To Charges In Glouster Drug Ring
A Glouster woman was sentenced to three years in prison Thursday for her role in a drug ring operation in Athens County.
22, Aug 2014 - Matthew T. Mangino: ‘Ban the Box’ provides opportunity for ex-offenders
A prison term should not mean a lifetime of misfortune for a former offender. Yet that is what the criminal justice system produces every day. Former offenders are saddled for life with criminal records that make employment, education and public benefits difficult, if not impossible, to obtain.
22, Aug 2014 - Former Ala. band director arrested on sex charges
BREWTON, Ala. (AP) — A band director who just started a new job in Georgia appeared before a judge Friday on charges he had sex with several students at his former high school in Alabama.
22, Aug 2014 - A local judge returns to the courtroom with new insight
KIRKSVILLE, MO. -- The honorable Judge Kristie Swaim of the Second Judicial Circuit attended the 2014 Missouri Judicial College this week. The educational seminar focuses on civil, criminal and family law as well as general ethics.
22, Aug 2014 - ESPN Hires Executive Editor To Run Jason Whitlock's "Black Grantland"
ESPN has just announced that it has hired Amy DuBois Barnett as executive editor of its new Jason Whitlock-led website geared toward African Americans. Read more...
22, Aug 2014 - United Law Center Secures Another Reversal of a Lower Court Decision on Appeal in a Mortgage Modifi
United Law Center (ULC), the California consumer law firm leading the litigation charge against wrongful foreclosure, modification and title fraud, is celebrating another First Appellate Dist. Court’s reversal of a lower court’s decision denying a causes of action under Negligence, Fraud & Deceit, Promissory Estoppel and Unfair Business Practices (UCL) in Akinshin v. Bank of America N.A. The ...
22, Aug 2014 - Driver on probation after crashing into Utah judge
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A New Mexico driver is serving a probation sentence related to a car crash that killed a bicycling Utah judge.
22, Aug 2014 - Former Chilton County teacher sentenced to 5 years for having sex with a minor
McNeill pleaded guilty to the crime earlier this year in exchange to have some of the charges dismissed.
22, Aug 2014 - Perry team to challenge indictment as unconstitutional
“It will speak for itself, but it is based on the governor's veto power, separation of powers in the Texas Constitution, First Amendment rights and the speech and debate clause,” said Perry lawer David L. Botsford as he left the court room. Special prosecutor Michael McCrum said he expects the defense motion to challenge the constitutionality of the state law in the case. Texans for Public ...
22, Aug 2014 - Justice officials "puzzled" by Judge's warning on 24-7 Letter
HELENA - The future of Montana's 24-7 program for DUI defendants is pending before the state Supreme Court, and a judge who ruled the program unconstitutional has told law enforcement officers not to communicate with him about the program.
22, Aug 2014 - Gifts-for-favors trial set for former Virginia Gov. McDonnell, wife
Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell will have to answer for his own conduct, not his wife’s, when their trial on corruption charges begins Monday in federal court in Richmond.
22, Aug 2014 - Washoe County Inmate Dies in Prison Facility
Authorities say a 63-year-old inmate who was serving time for a sexual assault conviction has died at a Carson City prison.
22, Aug 2014 - Judge overturns arson-murder conviction, man set free after 24 years
A former New York businessman whose arson-murder conviction was overturned in the death of his daughter was freed from prison Friday after 24 years behind bars, following a judge's ruling that the case against him had been based on now-debunked arson science.
22, Aug 2014 - Centre Co. courts racking up costs due to state prison system
Reported By: Gary Sinderson Written By: Marc Stempka BELLEFONTE, Pa. -- Centre County administrators are trying to figure out how to deal with additional stresses on the county court system with two state prisons, one of which specializes in dealing with inmates with mental health issues, in their area. ...
22, Aug 2014 - Ahead of sentencing, Techel seeks new trial
The lawyer for an Agency, Iowa man convicted of killing his pregnant wife is seeking a new trial.
22, Aug 2014 - Old Town man involved in bath salts distribution ring not joining his son in federal prison
Posted Aug. 12, 2014, at 7:23 p.m. BANGOR, Maine — An Old Town man will not be joining his son in federal prison for being part of a bath salts distribution ring in 2011, a judge said Tuesday.
22, Aug 2014 - U.S. firm says Russian gang stole 1.2 billion Internet credentials: NYT
A cybersecurity firm said it has uncovered about 1.2 billion Internet logins and passwords and more than 500 million email addresses amassed by a Russian crime ring, the largest known collection of such stolen data, the New York Times reported on Tuesday.
22, Aug 2014 - American Family vs
SMALL CLAIMS PUBLICATION SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF FILING STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT LACROSSE COUNTY Case No. 2014SC1366 American Family Insurance Company 6000 American Parkway Madison,WI 53783, Plaintiff(s) -vs- Thomas J. McManus 7341 N Shore Trl N Forest Lake, MN 55025, Defendant(s) TO THE PERSON(S) NAMED ABOVE AS DEFENDANT(S): You are being sued by the [...]
22, Aug 2014 - Arrest warrant issued for Baker City Councilman accused of stealing pie
An arrest warrant has been issued for Baker City Councilman John Givens, according to Baker Police officials. He is being charged with simple theft and misusing his power after allegedly stealing a banana cream pie.
22, Aug 2014 - LR killer no patsy, jury says; he draws life prison sentence
James Johnson III, described by his lawyers Wednesday as a hapless spectator to murder, was sentenced to life in prison after a Pulaski County jury rejected defense efforts to paint the 22-year-old Little Rock man as the target of a conspiracy to frame him for a 2012 killing.
22, Aug 2014 - Judge rejects Boise request to keep meter sensors
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A southwest Idaho judge has rejected a request by the city of Boise for a restraining order to prevent the Ada County Highway District from removing parking meter sensors.
22, Aug 2014 - Man gets life for killing ex-girlfriend
A central Florida man has been sentenced to life in prison for fatally shooting his ex-girlfriend inside a Burger King.
22, Aug 2014 - Dallas man exonerated for rape after being cleared by DNA tests
By Lisa Maria Garza DALLAS (Reuters) - A 57-year-old Texas man who spent 12 years in prison for rape was exonerated on Friday, with legal experts saying his case marked the first time someone has been cleared of a crime by DNA testing that was not requested by the convicted person. Michael Phillips was released from prison in 2002 and prosecutors said his innocence was proven through a new ...
22, Aug 2014 - The Dynamic Duo: Crime and punishment
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22, Aug 2014 - OSU band director says he wants job back
CLEVELAND (AP) - A Cuyahoga County judge accused of biting and punching his estranged wife inside a moving car has been charged with felonious assault in suburban Cleveland. Forty-six-year-old Lance Mason is in jail in suburban Shaker Heights.
22, Aug 2014 - Whittemore Fighting Prison Order
Lawyers for former Nevada developer and political power broker Harvey Whittemore are asking a federal appeals court to allow him to stay out of prison until his appeal is decided.
22, Aug 2014 - Man escapes TN jail, captured in TX
 A jail escapee out of Dyer County, Tennessee has been captured in Texas.
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22, Aug 2014 - Medicaid shift could save Michigan prisons $19M
The Michigan Department of Corrections expects to save at least $19 million on health care next year by enrolling inmates and parolees in the state's expanded Medicaid health care program.
22, Aug 2014 - Judge denies Stand Your Ground in Boca murder case
Navy seaman, 22, stabbed in girlfriend's home U.S. Navy seaman Matthew Snow, on a 30-day leave from his post in Japan, hoped his return to South Florida in March 2013 would mean plenty of quality time with his new girlfriend.
22, Aug 2014 - Murder hearing for couple whose dogs killed runner
Prosecutors say a couple whose two dogs fatally mauled a 46-year-old jogger on a rural Michigan road are facing a court hearing on murder charges.
22, Aug 2014 - Gun supplier testifies against Bendy in P.T. Cole Park murder trial
Day 4 of Dennis Bendy's murder trial got underway Friday morning in the Smith County 241st District Court. Bendy is one of three men accused of taking part in a gang-related shootout, the crossfire of which killed 20-year-old Briana Young at Tyler's P.T. Cole Park on July 30, 2013.
22, Aug 2014 - Law Firms LeClairRyan and Hays, McConn, Rice & Pickering Join Forces
HOUSTON, Aug. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Recognizing an opportunity to strengthen their firms and provide greater services for their clients, the national law firm LeClairRyan and the Houston-based law firm of Hays, McConn, Rice & Pickering will merge, effective August 1, 2014. The consolidated firm, which will continue to be known as LeClairRyan, will have approximately 370 attorneys, 720 ...
22, Aug 2014 - New Jersey woman, 98, asks court to vacate conspiracy conviction in Cold War spy case
A 98-year-old New Jersey woman convicted of conspiracy in the run-up to the atomic spy trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg wants a court to clear her name.
22, Aug 2014 - 'I Was Scared To Death': What It's Like To Be A Doctor In A Supermax
William Wright William Wright After 30 years as an ear surgeon and a short-lived retirement, William Wright replied to an ad for a physician position at the Colorado State Penitentiary (CSP), the state's maximum security prison housing the most violent and dangerous adult male offenders.  His eight-year experience as a general medicine doctor at CSP is now the basis of a book called " Maximum ...
22, Aug 2014 - Jefferson County Attorney's Office brings in the dogs
Prosecutors plan to use the WAGS program to help children who are victims of crimes.
22, Aug 2014 - Marathon County Sheriff: Michigan man charged with stealing Wisconsin police chief's truck
WAUSAU, Wis. — Wisconsin authorities have charged a Michigan man with breaking into the Wausau police chief's home and stealing his truck. WAOW-TV reports (http://bit.ly/1ACyvxI ) 39-year-old Jason Warner faces up to 19 years in prison if convicted on the felony and misdemeanor charges.
22, Aug 2014 - Vermont lawmakers hear about drugs in prisons
Corrections officers and other prison staff in Vermont would be subject to search as they enter the facilities, under rules being drafted by the Department of Corrections.
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