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31, Jul 2014 - There's An Ambitious Campaign To Free A Guy Who Could Die In Prison For Dealing Weed
A new Indiegogo campaign is trying to raise money for a "media blitz" urging Missouri's governor to release the state's only inmate serving life without parole for nonviolent marijuana offenses, the Riverfront Times reports . The fundraiser could make 61-year-old Jeff Mizanskey the poster child of harsh three-strikes marijuana laws on the books in some states. The goal is to raise $21,000, or $1 ...
31, Jul 2014 - Michigan inmate awaiting sentencing for molesting his child mistakenly released
An inmate waiting to be sentenced for sexually assaulting his child was mistakenly released due to a paperwork problem.
31, Jul 2014 - Change of Venue Motion Filed in Supino’s Double-Murder Trial
NEWTON, Iowa — The woman charged in the infamous Copper Dollar Ranch murders wants her trial moved out of Jasper County. Terri Supino is charged with two counts of murder in the deaths of 20-year-old Steven Fisher and 17-year-old Melisa Gregory at the Jasper County ranch in 1983. Fisher was Supino’s estranged husband, and Gregory was his new girlfriend. A nationally televised crime show helped ...
31, Jul 2014 - California guard jailed during sex investigation
A guard at Avenal State Prison is in jail after being arrested in an investigation of sex crimes involving two teenage girls.
31, Jul 2014 - Nevada Man Freed After 17 Years in Prison for Killing Toddler
A judge has set free a Carlin man who served 17 years in prison for the killing of a toddler after the Nevada Supreme Court overturned his conviction and he agreed to a plea deal on a charge of involuntary manslaughter.
31, Jul 2014 - Michigan Judge Orders Chesapeake Energy To Stand Trial
A northern Michigan judge is ordering an energy company to stand trial for violating Michigan's antitrust law. Michigan Attorney General, Bill Schuette, says Chesapeake Energy, based in Oklahoma City, rigged bids at a 2010 state oil and gas lease auction. 
31, Jul 2014 - DUI driver sentenced to five years in prison
With three prior drunken driving convictions, the driver in a DUI crash in Menlo Park that left her and a passenger seriously hurt, and her infant son with minor injuries, pleaded no contest to felony drunk driving causing injury.
31, Jul 2014 - Teen pleads guilty to fatal New Albany arson [WITH VIDEO]
NEW ALBANY — All three adults charged in a New Albany arson that killed three children and severely injured a fourth in January have pleaded guilty to the crime, but the family of the slain says their pain continues with each passing day.
31, Jul 2014 - Beartooth Electric still seeking exit
On Friday, June 20, U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Ralph Kirscher signed an order confirming the amended reorganization plan for the bankrupt Southern Montana Electric Generation and Transmission Cooperative (Southern). The plan goes into effect July 1.
31, Jul 2014 - Sky's Delle Donne returns to lineup vs New York
Elena Delle Donne will return to the Chicago sky lineup against the New York Liberty on Thursday night after missing 17 of the last 18 games because of a recurrence of Lyme disease. Delle Donne says she is not feeling 100 percent, but is good enough to be back on the court. The Sky announced June 27 that Delle Donne would be sidelined indefinitely because of the disease.
31, Jul 2014 - U.S. appeals court lifts stay of execution for Missouri inmate
A U.S. appeals court has vacated a stay of execution for a triple murderer and ruled that Missouri can proceed with plans to execute him Wednesday night. The ruling, issued by the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, overturned the decision issued Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Catherine Perry. She had ruled that the condemned man, John Middleton, 54, met a standard for mental incapacity and ...
31, Jul 2014 - Court Rules Against Coal Company in Va. Pollution Case
A federal appeals court has upheld a judge's ruling that a company illegally discharged a pollutant into a Wise County creek.
31, Jul 2014 - Lawyer: Dundalk Dad Did Not Intentionally Leave Toddler In Hot Car During N.Y. Shopping Trip
A Maryland man is charged with criminal child endangerment for leaving his toddler in a locked car in the sweltering heat. This latest case comes on the heels of a murder investigation involving a Georgia father whose child died in a hot car.
31, Jul 2014 - Arizona inmate dies after 2 hour long execution
(CNN) — Joseph Wood died nearly two hours after the start of his execution Wednesday, his attorney said, saying the Arizona inmate struggled to breathe for much of that time. “It took Joseph Wood two hours to die, and he gasped and struggled to breath for about an hour and 40 minutes. We will renew […]
31, Jul 2014 - WSFA.COM to live stream ASU's board meeting at 3 p.m.
WSFA 12 News will live stream the meeting of the Alabama State University Board of Trustees' Executive Committee starting at 3 p.m.
31, Jul 2014 - Fairfield stabbing suspects' trials separated
FAIRFIELD — The three people accused of dragging a man into a Fairfield apartment before robbing and stabbing him have had a judge grant their requests to separate their trials. Dawn Dunn, Dustin Roll and Brett Hedblade are each charged with willful
31, Jul 2014 - Lawmaker: State can't do executions until spring
An Alabama lawmaker says it will be next spring before the state can resume executing death row inmates.
31, Jul 2014 - New trial ordered for man convicted in 2009 attack, attempted rape
The Georgia Court of Appeals has ruled a North Augusta man convicted of attacking and attempting to rape an elderly woman in 2009 should get a new trial.
31, Jul 2014 - Faruqi & Faruqi, LLP Encourages Investors Who Suffered Losses In Excess Of $100,000 Investing In IN
NEW YORK, July 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Faruqi & Faruqi, LLP, a leading national securities law firm, reminds investors in INSYS Therapeutics, Inc. ("INSYS" or the "Company") (INSY) of the July 14, 2014 deadline to seek the role of lead plaintiff in a federal securities class action lawsuit filed against INSYS and certain executives. A complaint has been filed in the District of Arizona on behalf ...
31, Jul 2014 - Woman Sentenced To Life In Prison For Killing Husband
A woman has been sentenced to life in prison without parole for the shooting death of her husband in the basement of their rural Michigan home.
31, Jul 2014 - New Idaho chief of parole and pardons named
Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter has tapped Sandy Jones to serve as the executive director of the Idaho Commissions of Pardons and Parole when longtime director Olivia Craven retires next month.
31, Jul 2014 - Prosecutors: Man pleads guilty in overdose death -
TOMS RIVER, N.J. (AP) - A southern New Jersey drug dealer who admitted selling a man heroin that led to his fatal overdose has learned his fate. Ocean County prosecutors say 23-year-old Rasan McGee of Atlantic City received a six-year prison term when he was sentenced Friday.
31, Jul 2014 - Man gets 65 years prison in dismemberment killing
EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. (AP) – One of two men accused of killing a southwestern Illinois woman and dismembering her body has pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 65 years in prison. A Madison County judge sentenced 29-year-old Patrick Chase of Alton to 45 years on a first-degree murder charge and 20 years on a charge of […]
31, Jul 2014 - Fingerprint Leads to Home Invasion, Assault Suspect
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich – A parole violator is being held at the Kent County Jail after evidence at a home invasion in Grand Rapids last week linked him to a knife assault. Curtis Lee Hopkins, 48, is charged with 1st Degree Home Invasion and Assault with Intent to Commit Murder after a break-in at a […]
31, Jul 2014 - S.F. offers welcome to immigrant children
The Board of Supervisors has voted unanimously to fund relief efforts for children arriving in the city, according to immigration advocates, at a pace of 200 to 250 every month. The specifics won't be ironed out for several weeks, but supervisors say they want to fund mental health services, housing and legal representation, including sending city lawyers to the border to represent newly arrived ...
31, Jul 2014 - Man gets 6 years for crystal meth conspiracy - News, Weather and Classifieds for Southern New Engla
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - A Massachusetts man has been sentenced to six years in prison for his part in a conspiracy to traffic crystal methamphetamine that was orchestrated from the Bristol County House of Corrections.
31, Jul 2014 - Dr. Edward J. Putnam, Maxine J. Putnam: Veterinarian-Realtor Couple Fraudsters?
A longtime South County veterinarian and his real estate professional wife spent a night in jail recently as part of a $600,000 insurance fraud case by the state. Dr. Edward Julian Putnam, the ...
31, Jul 2014 - Police: Prostitute sought defense online in death
A high-priced prostitute charged in the overdose death of a Google executive aboard a yacht in California had searched online for how to legally defend herself after giving a lethal dose of heroin, police in California...
31, Jul 2014 - Wind helps create crowded leaderboard at Rosauers Open - Sat, 19 Jul 2014 PST
One player brought four clubs to the tee box on the 180-yard par-3 eighth hole at MeadowWood, trying to judge how much help he would receive from a strong tailwind.
31, Jul 2014 - Round Lake Park man gets 38 years for gang-related murder
Round Lake Park 26-year-old Jose Rebollar-Vergara was sentenced to 38 years in prison Wednesday for the March 10, 2013 murder of a Zion man outside of a Round Lake Beach convenience store.
31, Jul 2014 - Collapse of Contractor Lakeshore TolTest Corp. Leaves a Messy Trail
Firm that had more than half a billion in global work now faces legal action from thousands of creditors, former executives and the U.S. Justice Dept.
31, Jul 2014 - Massachusetts lawmakers OK new abortion clinic buffer law
Barely a month after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the state's previous statute as unconstitutional, Massachusetts lawmakers Wednesday cheered passage of a new abortion clinic "buffer zone" law Wednesday, while pro-life supporters warned that the law was worse than the old one. The new law permits police to order ...
31, Jul 2014 - Judge considers abuse evidence against bus driver
WEST JORDAN, Utah (AP) — A Utah school district official says bus surveillance video shows a driver charged with child sexual abuse was touching students inappropriately.
31, Jul 2014 - Puppy allegedly molested, then euthanized due to aggression; suspect evaluated
A southwestern Illinois man found mentally fit to stand trial on charges that he molested a puppy is waiting for court officials to decide if he's a sexually dangerous person.
31, Jul 2014 - Kelsey Grammer forgives sister's killer, parole board denies release
Kelsey Grammer forgave the inmate who murdered his sister 39 years ago, but said Tuesday during a parole board meeting that he still did not want the man released from prison.
31, Jul 2014 - Some Parole Requirements Could Be Increasing The Crime Rate
Prisoners who are released invariably make it back to the areas where they came from. Does this have a positive or negative effect on crime? Research triggered by Hurricane Katrina offers insight.
31, Jul 2014 - LA Clippers trial put on hold
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A trial that could determine the fate of the Los Angeles Clippers has been put on hold until after a deadline to conclude a $2 billion sale — but that expiration date could …
31, Jul 2014 - Man gets life term for ’13 killing over missing crack cocaine
TEXARKANA — An Arkansas jury sentenced a man to life in prison for a murder that was done in retaliation for missing crack cocaine.
31, Jul 2014 - Judge Dismisses Bizarre Patent Lawsuit Against AOPA
Ruled That SD Holdings LLC Did Not Have Personal Jurisdiction To Bring The Suit A U.S. District Court judge in Oregon has dismissed a patent infringement lawsuit against the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA). District Judge Marco Hernández dismissed the lawsuit, brought by SD Holdings, LLC, on July 22 for lack of personal jurisdiction.
31, Jul 2014 - Appeals Court: Pendleton prison worker harassed
Indiana's prison agency forced a former female employee to work in a hostile environment at the Pendleton Correctional Facility, a federal appeals court in Chicago has ruled.
31, Jul 2014 - Tort reform group brings message to Beckley
How can West Virginia create more jobs and have a better business climate, at no cost to taxpayers? Greg Thomas, executive director of the West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (WV CALA), says legal reform is one of the answers to that question.
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