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26, Jul 2014 - Search to continue for Volusia County woman's remains
Crews will be back out in Volusia County on Tuesday to continue the search for the remains of a Holly Hill woman reported missing in Feb. 2011. On Monday, Michael Annicchiarico, entered a plea to lessen his charge in the case of missing woman Mandy Ciehanoski to second-degree murder and tampering with evidence, according to a press release from the Office of the State Attorney. Annicchiarico ...
26, Jul 2014 - Stetson Lawyers Association honors eight law alumni and friends
GULFPORT, Fla., June 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Stetson Lawyers Association presented awards to eight outstanding alumni and friends of Stetson University College of Law during the Florida Bar Annual Meeting in Orlando on June 26. Nestor M. de Armas JD '73 and Congressman David W. Jolly received the Distinguished Service Award for their significant, meritorious and continuing ...
26, Jul 2014 - Benton County Letters, July 9, 2014
Activist SCOTUS Latest ruling by the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) in McCutcheon vs. FEC, is just another in the long string of decisions by conservative, activist justices on the Supreme Court. This ruling allows unlimited political donations, giving the rich and powerful more say in government than the average person. This is a long-term project by […]
26, Jul 2014 - Youngstown man sent to prison for possessing child pornography
A Youngstown man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison on federal child pornography charges.
26, Jul 2014 - State Supreme Court sides with retirees on health insurance premiums
The Illinois Supreme Court sided with state retirees Thursday, overruling a judge who threw out the retirees' objection to paying health insurance premiums.
26, Jul 2014 - Four deputy Pinal County Attorneys honored
In recent weeks four Pinal County Attorney's Office Deputy County Attorneys (DCA) received the following awards and honors for their dedication and hard work for both their county and the state of Arizona..
26, Jul 2014 - Qualls sentencing in bar shooting death postponed after defense attorney withdraws
When James Arthur Qualls III was to be resentenced Wednesday in the 2008 slaying of Joseph "Joe Bob" Beier during a bar fight, Qualls' attorney was allowed to withdraw from the case.
26, Jul 2014 - Lethal injection is used in all 32 states that have death penalty
Arizona spent two hours killing death row inmate Joseph Wood this week, an unusually long time for an execution. Wood's death has reopened the debate about capital punishment and lethal injection. Lethal injection is used in all 32 states that have the death penalty.
26, Jul 2014 - Lawyers say businessman accused of rape was set up
The attorneys for an accomplished Mid-South businessman, who's charged with a sex crime, say he was set up.  
26, Jul 2014 - 2011 double murder suspect accepts plea deal: "Are y'all going to kill me?"
In an unexpected twist, a Georgia man accused of killing a Chattahoochee County couple pleaded guilty Monday morning. Dane Register, 34, had maintained his innocence since the August 2011 killings but accepted a plea deal right before his trial was set to begin.
26, Jul 2014 - Maine man charged with killing dad incompetent
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A Maine man charged with killing and dismembering his father has been ruled incompetent to stand trial and will remain in a state psychiatric facility.
26, Jul 2014 - Illinois Supreme Court decision deals with situation similar to Island Lake
ISLAND LAKE – The village of Island Lake isn’t the only municipality that has used pension funds to pay its bills.
26, Jul 2014 - Opening arguments set in inmate's trial
TEXARKANA — Opening arguments are set in a resentencing trial for an Arkansas man whose death sentence was overturned two years ago by the Arkansas Supreme Court.
26, Jul 2014 - Can your town ban fracking? Depends on the state
A judge struck down a fracking ban in Longmont, Colo. Thursday – a victory for oil and gas companies, and a blow to environmentalists trying to halt fracking at the local level. As more and more cities and towns mull fracking bans, courts are weighing in with decisions that vary widely by state.
26, Jul 2014 - Appeals court set to hear case of Maine man
A federal appeals court is set to hear the case of a Maine resident serving 30 years in prison for transporting a 13-year-old Owensboro girl across state lines to engage in sexual activity.
26, Jul 2014 - Senator Cam Ward testified at prison reform hearing
Alabama has the highest incarceration rate in the United States, and that's not a number to be proud of. Senator Cam Ward spoke at a prison reform hearing in Washington on Tuesday.
26, Jul 2014 - New Albany teen pleads guilty to 3 murder counts
In this undated photo, provided by the Floyd County Jail, New Albany Police said Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014, that Cody Cashion, 18, faces three counts of murder and one count of arson resulting in injury, Floyd County Prosecutor Keith Henderson announced at a news conference in New Albany, Ind. The charges are in connection to the fire that occurred Jan. 4 in New Albany, Ind., where three young ...
26, Jul 2014 - New Jersey judge says state wrongly denied records
TRENTON - A New Jersey judge ruled Monday that Gov. Christie's administration must honor an activist's public records requests for requests filed by others.
26, Jul 2014 - Settlement in St. Louis priest abuse case
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The Archdiocese of St. Louis announced a confidential settlement in a priest sex abuse case scheduled to go to trial Monday but questioned the truth of a 22-year-old woman's statement that she was molested as a young girl.
26, Jul 2014 - Sheriff's office to collect fines, JPs determine
A light agenda and a small crowd brought a feeling of summer vacation to Friday's meeting of the Carroll County Quorum Court. The justices of the peace narrowly approved the second and third readings...
26, Jul 2014 - Judge can’t restrict med pot in Arizona
PHOENIX — State judges cannot bar those placed on probation from using medical marijuana if they are otherwise eligible, the state Court of Appeals ruled Friday.
26, Jul 2014 - Settlement in St. Louis priest abuse case - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports
ST. LOUIS (AP) - The Archdiocese of St. Louis announced a confidential settlement in a priest sex abuse case scheduled to go to trial Monday but questioned the truth of a 22-year-old woman's statement that she was molested as a young girl.
26, Jul 2014 - State Supreme Court rules against Racine officer who caused crash
MADISON, Wis. -- A divided Wisconsin Supreme Court on Friday ruled against a Racine police officer who was involved in a collision with another vehicle when she drove through a red light in an emergency, saying both drivers were partially at fault.
26, Jul 2014 - Judge Rules Attorney General Must Make James Brown Estate Records Public
State Sen. Larry Martin tells the Post and Courier he'll propose some fixes to two recent anti-transparency rulings by the state Supreme Court.
26, Jul 2014 - Waupun guard named repeatedly in abuse complaints
At his sentencing hearing on Feb. 28, Wisconsin prison inmate Leighton Lindsey admitted biting a correctional officer in the segregation unit at the state’s Waupun Correctional Institution. He said the officer, Jesse Jones, was restraining him while another officer, Joseph Beahm, assaulted him.
26, Jul 2014 - Lawsuit aims to block US-approved Nevada drilling
RENO, Nev. (AP) — A rural Nevada group is asking a federal judge to block the sale of oil and gas leases it says will be used for hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, and other development that poses a much greater threat to sage grouse, fish and other wildlife than the U.S. government claims.
26, Jul 2014 - Judge strikes down Kentucky's gay marriage ban
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A federal judge in Kentucky struck down the state's ban on gay marriage on Tuesday, though the ruling was temporarily put on hold and it was not immediately clear when same-sex couples could be issued marriage licenses.
26, Jul 2014 - Carey Danis & Lowe Reports on Vaginal Mesh Bellwether Cases
Carey Danis & Lowe defective medical device lawyers report on the Boston Scientific multidistrict litigation (MDL) being heard in a federal court in West Virginia. The court recently filed a new pretrial order on second round bellwether cases. (PRWeb July 16, 2014) Read the full story at
26, Jul 2014 - Judge discounts condemned man's impact of new DNA tests
A Texas judge has ruled that DNA evidence probably would not have cleared convicted killer Henry Skinner of the three murders that sent him to death row. Skinner, a verbally combative paralegal whose case gained international attention in anti-death penalty circles, consistently argued he had been incapacitated by alcohol and codeine when the killings occurred.
26, Jul 2014 - Letters to the Editor for Thursday, July 10
The College of Charleston had the ultimate "player's coach" in Bobby Cremins. He was an excellent recruiter and rolled the balls out on the court. He understood that good talent beats good coaching most days of the week.
26, Jul 2014 - Ex-justice noted for love of people
Former Arkansas Supreme Court Associate Justice Conley F. Byrd Sr. accomplished a lot in his 89 years, but family members said it is the way he interacted with others that is most noteworthy.
26, Jul 2014 - ‘Not a snowball’s chance in hell!’ Defiant Morrissey rejects resignation talk, promises fight
Virginia Delegate Joe Morrissey (D - Henrico) exited Henrico court Tuesday and launched into a 20-minute diatribe against the special prosecutor William Neely and fellow lawmakers who have called for his resignation following his indictment on child sex crime charges.
26, Jul 2014 - Suspect escapes from Kansas prison
Atchison County and city authorities are on the lookout for Ronald “Ronnie” James Emons, a 52-year-old Atchison man who escaped from the Lansing Correctional Facility.
26, Jul 2014 - Remains found in storage units during funeral director investigation
BOSTON - An unlicensed Massachusetts funeral director accused in April of stealing from customers is due back in court a day after prosecutors announced they found human remains in storage areas linked to him.
26, Jul 2014 - Two suits filed by airlines against San Mateo County seek smaller tax bills
United Airlines and JetBlue sued San Mateo County and Assessor Mark Church on Thursday to seek refunds totaling more than $700,000 from a 2009 property tax assessments dispute.
26, Jul 2014 - Prison inmates’ religious freedoms not confined
When a person goes to prison, they lose many rights — but not the right to practice their religion. That’s abundantly clear at Sierra Conservation Center northwest of Jamestown — easily the most religiously diverse place between Tuolumne and Calaveras counties.
26, Jul 2014 - Hearing later this month for man charged in murder of ex-Conneaut resident
A July 16 preliminary hearing has been set for the man accused of shooting and killing a Conneaut High School graduate and prominent defense attorney outside his Somerset, Ky., office late last week.
26, Jul 2014 - DePuy ASR Lawsuit News: Federal Court Schedules Status Conference in DePuy ASR Recall Litigation, B
The Firm is representing a number of DePuy ASR lawsuit clients who allegedly suffered metallosis, premature device failure, and other serious complications due to the metal-on-metal design of the ASR Hip Replacement System. (PRWeb July 04, 2014) Read the full story at
26, Jul 2014 - Michigan inmate with odd sentence stuck with life in prison
Leon Echols was 18 when he killed a man during a sudden dispute; judge at the time gave a minimum of 75 years, when guidelines called for 10 to 25
26, Jul 2014 - Iowan makes plea deal in pot growing case
DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) - One of four people accused of growing marijuana in the eastern Iowa town of Long Grove has pleaded guilty. The Quad-City Times says ( ) 49-year-old Stephen Bloomer made his plea Monday as jury selection began in a Davenport courtroom. Bloomer faces five years ...
26, Jul 2014 - Indiana gay marriage judge knows ruling upset some
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — The federal judge who struck down Indiana’s gay marriage ban says he’s well aware his decision upset some people, but says federal judges can’t let public opinion affect their decisions.
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