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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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30, Aug 2014 - Judge needs more time in preliminary hearing for former bus driver accused of sexually abusing stud
WEST JORDAN, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) – The former bus driver for the Canyons School District accused of inappropriately touching young girls with special needs was in court Thursday.
30, Aug 2014 - US seeks dismissal of Fort Detrick pollution suit
HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) — The federal government asked a judge Thursday to dismiss a developer's lawsuit alleging that groundwater pollution from Fort Detrick in Frederick reduced the value of private land next door.
30, Aug 2014 - Caught in a culture of drugs and crime
Romeo Parent's family describe Romeo as smiling, sweet and silly. Michael McNaughton's family say Michael is smart, funny and caring — despite the fact he was convicted 13 days ago of killing Parent.
30, Aug 2014 - PORTER COUNTY SPORTS BRIEFS: Mountain biking time trials to be held at Imagination Glen
VU softball experience camp Sept. 13; Portage volleyball registration extended; Wheeler Mudcatz seek starting pitching
30, Aug 2014 - Juvenile justice panel meets to discuss reforms
By Jack Suntrup Staff Writer CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Lawmakers, judges, educators and leaders from across the state gathered Friday at the Capitol for a forum on how to best reform the state's juvenile justice system. The West Virginia Intergovernmental Task Force on Juvenile Justice, commissioned by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, has been tasked with making a list of recommendations by December for the ...
30, Aug 2014 - Globetrotting Air Force attorney honored for outstanding work
Scott Martin helped draft guidelines for the military commissions that may someday try prisoners at Guantanamo Bay. He also helped implement the repeal of the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.
30, Aug 2014 - Iowa State Fair – Aug. 13, 2014
Iowans receive high honors in state fair fine arts competition The top artists from across the country put their skills to the test at the Fine Arts competition judged prior to the start of the 2014 Iowa State Fair. The three-judge panel evaluated more than 600 pieces of art. Of those, only 370 were accepted […]
30, Aug 2014 - Tenn. Judge Delivers First Blow to Legal Marriage Equality
A state judge in Tennessee has just broken equality advocates' streak of favorable judicial rulings by declaring the state's ban on same-sex marriage does not violate the U.S. Constitution. read more
30, Aug 2014 - Nebraska Supreme Court: Smoking In Cigar Bars, Tobacco Outlets Unconstitutional
The Nebraska Supreme Court has ruled that an exemption to the Clean Air Act does not line up with Nebraska's constitution.
30, Aug 2014 - UPDATE: Suspect pleads guilty in murder of U.S. marshal, dishwasher
Published: Monday, August 4, 2014 at 08:33 PM. Lamont Deshawn Byrd pled guilty Tuesday to the murders of House of Wang dishwasher Thomas Hinton and U.S. Marshal Warren Basco "Sneak" Lewis III in Lenoir County Superior Court, along with one felony count of malicious conduct by a prisoner.
30, Aug 2014 - Judge considers abuse evidence against bus driver
WEST JORDAN, Utah (AP) The attorney for a former Utah bus driver charged with child sexual abuse says surveillance video doesn't show enough to convict his client. Ron Yengich said in Utah court Wednesday the camera's view is often blocked by bus seats and captures only inadvertent touching. ...
30, Aug 2014 - Johnny Cash’s boyhood Southern home opens for public tours
DYESS, Arkansas — Want to “Walk the Line” where Johnny Cash once played as a child? Before he changed the music industry with songs like “Ring of Fire” and “Folsom Prison Blues,” Johnny Cash spent his hardscrabble childhood in the small community of Dyess, Arkansas. The Johnny Cash Boyhood Home, the newest of Arkansas State […]
30, Aug 2014 - Jury finds Youngstown man guilty of murder
A jury has found 29-year-old Janero Mitchell guilty of murder. Mitchell was on trial in Mahoning County for the shooting death of 57-year-old Mark Haskins.
30, Aug 2014 - Two East Tennessee men apply to become next attorney general
Eight candidates have applied with the Tennessee Supreme Court for the next eight-year term as state attorney general.
30, Aug 2014 - Man Crashes $1M Car on Cam, Accused of Insurance Fraud
The U.S. attorney in Lufkin, Texas, said Tuesday that Andy House, 39, had pled guilty to one count of wire mail fraud in a federal criminal case filed two weeks ago. House's sentencing has not been set, but the maximum penalty under law is 20 years in prison. ...
30, Aug 2014 - Indiana high court halts ruling striking down right-to-work law
The Indiana Supreme Court on Friday halted a lower court’s ruling striking down the state’s right-to-work law.                
30, Aug 2014 - State can appeal Jason Young case to NC Supreme Court
The North Carolina Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the state can appeal a ruling that grants a new trial for Jason Young, convicted of killing his pregnant wife, Michelle, eight years ago.
30, Aug 2014 - Member of Colombian crime ring sentenced to 10 years for burglarizing Sugar Land home
On Aug. 28, a jury convicted Tulio Fernando Correa-Zuniga of burglary of a habitation, then sentenced him to 10 years in prison and a $4,000 fine. The 35-year old Houston man was charged with breaking
30, Aug 2014 - How marijuana laws have changed since Prince of Pot has been in prison
Canada's "Prince of Pot" Marc Emery returns home this week after spending nearly five years in a U.S. prison for selling marijuana seeds by mail order to American customers — an offence that probably wouldn't get him arrested today.
30, Aug 2014 - Ex-US sailor John A. Walker who spied for Soviets dies in prison hospital
The former sailor, convicted during the Cold War of leading a family spy ring for the Soviet Union, died in a prison hospital at the age of 77
30, Aug 2014 - Trial in Bozeman starts for a Helena man accused of rape
NBC Montana is tracking an ongoing trial in Bozeman, for a Helena man charged with rape.
30, Aug 2014 - Teen admits to manslaughter in death of half brother
A Menifee teenager pleaded guilty to killing his 11-year-old half-brother Terry Dewayne Smith Jr. during a juvenile court hearing Friday at the Southwest Justice Center in Murrieta.
30, Aug 2014 - Emails show how word spread through prisons about sentence miscalculations
D-Day hit the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services and the men and women locked inside at 3:15 on Friday the 13th in the form of email.
30, Aug 2014 - Johnson City attorney among eight applicants for TN Attorney General
Mark Fulks of Johnson City has added his name to the pool. Incumbent Bob Cooper has reapplied for the job.
30, Aug 2014 - Man convicted in stabbing death of Scottsdale bouncer
PHOENIX (AP) -- A Tempe man has been convicted of manslaughter in the stabbing death of a Scottsdale nightclub bouncer who was a former Arizona State University football player.   Maricopa County prosecutors say a jury returned its verdict Thursday against 27-year-old Ian Alexander MacDonald. They say the aggravation phase of the trial will begin Aug. 25.   MacDonald was accused of killing ...
30, Aug 2014 - Princeville man, 37, sentenced in drunken driving incident
A 37-year-old Princeville was sentenced on Thursday to one year in prison and five years probation in a drunken driving incident on Kauai that left a man seriously injured. The incident happened on March 6, 2012 near the Hale Moi condominium in Princeville. Prosecutors say Jonathan Swift sideswiped a pedestrian and failed to stop his van and render aid.  Multiple witnesses reported Swift's ...
30, Aug 2014 - Judge slams spice search
TN Gas and Convenience reopened shortly before 5 p.m. Monday, after Hillsborough County Superior Court Judge Diane Nicolosi found the city did not follow proper procedures when officials revoked the business licenses of TN Convenience and two other stores last Wednesday.
30, Aug 2014 - Former NJ bank manager pleads guilty to embezzlement
CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — Federal prosecutors say a former branch manager of a southern New Jersey bank has admitted embezzling more than $260,000. Season Wengert of Franklinville now faces up to 30 years in prison and a $1 million fine. She also will have to make full restitution.
30, Aug 2014 - Adams County court staff eyes Hanover architect for building project
A Hanover-based architectural firm was recommended to design the new Adams County Human Services facility at the county commissioners' July 30 meeting.
30, Aug 2014 - Covington man sentenced to 40 years for killing wife, burying her
A Covington man convicted of killing his wife and burying her in a cemetery will spend 40 years in prison.
30, Aug 2014 - Ex-city library worker sues in court
LOWELL -- Former Library Assistant Diane Cloutier has raised the stakes of her ongoing legal battle by filing a wide-ranging lawsuit against the city of Lowell and current and former city employees in Middlesex Superior Court.
30, Aug 2014 - Inmate religious ceremonies lawsuit gets new look
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Three Kentucky death row inmates should get another chance to show they have the right to a sweat lodge, powwow and traditional foods to conduct Native American religious ceremonies behind bars at the prison, a federal appeals court ruled on Friday.
30, Aug 2014 - Last Person Sentenced to 20 years in Synthetic Drug Trafficking Case
The last person has been sentenced in a drug trafficking case that led to the overdose deaths of two Northern Valley teens. Charles Carlton, from Texas, who has been called the leader of this synthetic drug ring, will serve 20 years and six months in prison.
30, Aug 2014 - Woman charged exorcism murder may avoid jail
A local woman accused of murdering two young children might be heading to a hospital instead of prison.
30, Aug 2014 - Defense in NY case calls drug site search illegal
NEW YORK (AP) — Lawyers for a man charged with operating an online marketplace for illegal drugs are asking a judge to toss out most of the evidence against him, saying the constitutional protects their client from "indiscriminate rummaging" through his entire online history.
30, Aug 2014 - South Texas EMS worker gets prison over child porn
A South Texas emergency medical services employee found with child pornography on his work computer has been sentenced to more than six years in prison. David Waldrop of Luling was sentenced Monday in federal court in Victoria. Prosecutors say the 56-year-old Luling, who worked for Lavaca County EMS, pleaded guilty in February to possession of child pornography. Co-workers found a thumb drive in ...
30, Aug 2014 - Prison phone call may aid prosecution in Lower 9 mass shooting case
In the call on the day he was arrested, suspected gunman Blair Taylor and girlfriend Ashley Shorts discuss what happened to the "hammer," a term police believe is street slang for a gun.
30, Aug 2014 - Federal judge strikes down part of Texas abortion law
Danielle Haynes AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 29 (UPI) -- U.S. district judge rules part of Texas' restrictive abortion law is unconstitutional.
30, Aug 2014 - After court strikes down buffer zone, Massachusetts approves new law
Attorneys for pro-lifers have decided not to do anything yet about the new buffer zone law around abortion facilities that Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick signed July 30.
30, Aug 2014 - Cinemark Again Denied Attempt To Toss Colorado Theater Shooting Lawsuits
Cinemark increasingly looks like it will have to face a jury over liability for t he July 20, 2012 fatal shooting rampage at the Aurora, Colo., midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises . For the second time in a year and a half, a federal judge in Colorado has refused Texas-based Cinemark 's legal efforts to end the lawsuit by victims and their families that blames a lack of adequate security ...
30, Aug 2014 - Prison officials ordered to testify on sentences
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Five people who worked in Nebraska's prison system have been ordered to testify before a legislative committee investigating why hundreds of inmate sentences were miscalculated.
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