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26, Mar 2015 - Man in prison for sex attack on child pleads guilty to murders of two women
A Volusia County man serving three life sentences for sex attacks on a child admitted Thursday he was responsible for the slayings of two women.
26, Mar 2015 - UPDATE: Jury working late on Casey Frederiksen's decision
UPDATE, 1 P.M.:  Casey Frederiksen's fate is in the hands of the jury. Attorneys for both sides wrapped up their closing statements early Tuesday afternoon.
26, Mar 2015 - Ex-Rhode Island Speaker Fox charged with bribery, wire fraud
FILE - In this April 30, 2014, file photo, former Rhode Island House Speaker Gordon Fox speaks to reporters on the floor of the House Chamber at the Statehouse in Providence, R.I. Fox has been charged with bribery, wire fraud and filing a false tax return according to court documents unsealed Tuesday, March 3, 2015. Fox is accused of receiving tens of thousands of dollars to help grant a liquor ...
26, Mar 2015 - Jury selection in 'Midnight Rider' filmmakers trial underway in Wayne County
Jury selection for three of the four filmmakers indicted in the on-set death of a camera assistant during filming of the biopic, "Midnight Rider," got underway Monday morning in Wayne County.
26, Mar 2015 - Georgia halts executions temporarily
The US state of Georgia temporarily halted executions after the drug used for lethal injections appeared faulty.
26, Mar 2015 - Rowland sentenced to 30 months in prison
Former Conn. Gov. John Rowland was sentenced on Wednesday to sentenced to 30 months in prison for a political consulting scam. Rowland was convicted in September on charges that he conspired to hide his role with the congressional campaign of Republican candidate Lisa Wilson-Foley. Rowland previously served 10 months for taking illegal gifts while in office.
26, Mar 2015 - UPDATED: State Supreme Court ruling clears way for marijuana convictions to be erased
Thousands of people busted in Connecticut for marijuana possession now have the right to get their convictions erased after the state Supreme Court ruled Monday that the violation had been downgraded...
26, Mar 2015 - Suburban Chicago cousins arrested in Islamic State case
CHICAGO (AP) — A member of the Illinois Army National Guard and his suburban Chicago cousin have been arrested on charges of conspiring to provide material support to the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq, the U.S. Attorney's office said in a Thursday statement.
26, Mar 2015 - Exonerated Ohio man awarded $1 million after 39 years in prison
Amy R. Connolly CLEVELAND, March 20 (UPI) -- Ricky Jackson, who spent some 39 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, was awarded more than $1 million. He was exonerated in November.
26, Mar 2015 - Prison contractor seeking extra $18.1M lays blame elsewhere
The contractor seeking an additional $18.1 million for work on the still-empty Fort Madison prison blames repeated changes, conflicting directives and defective designs.
26, Mar 2015 - Judge denies UIW request to dismiss wrongful-death suit
A judge in San Antonio has denied the University of the Incarnate Word's request to dismiss a wrongful-death lawsuit filed against the university by the family of slain student Cameron Redus, the family's attorney Brent Perry told KSAT Tuesday morning. Redus was shot to death by a university police officer in December 2013. His family filed the lawsuit last spring. The university's lawyers ...
26, Mar 2015 - Peptide Solutions LLC Refutes All Allegations Made by Protein Technologies Inc. (PTI) and Its CEO N
Peptide Solutions LLC CEO Mahendra Menakuru denies all allegations made by PTI and has filed a counterclaim in the Superior Court of Arizona, Pima County on February 17, 2015, alle
26, Mar 2015 - Colorado hockey player accused of losing his cool on Aspen ice averts trial
A Fort Collins amateur hockey player has been barred from participating in the Hockey Mountain High tournament in Aspen this year, according to an order signed by Municipal Judge Brooke
26, Mar 2015 - Two Georgia Executions on Hold Due to 'Cloudy' Drugs
Kelly Gissendaner has filed new papers with the U.S. Supreme Court a day after her execution was called off because the drugs looked cloudy.
26, Mar 2015 - Man in Lake Mary sex sting gets 12 years in prison
To his family, Jonathan Bergeron is a loving, trustworthy, hard-working, personal trainer who simply fell into the wrong crowd and made a terrible, one-time mistake last year.
26, Mar 2015 - Gang enforcer set for execution for killing Texas drug dealer who ignored gang drug tax
A gang enforcer convicted of beating and strangling a San Antonio woman who refused to pay a Mexican Mafia-imposed tax on her illegal drug sales is set to be executed this week.
26, Mar 2015 - Bank of America must face Chicago-area predatory lending lawsuit
A federal judge rejected Bank of America Corp's request to dismiss a lawsuit in which Cook County, Illinois, accused the lender of targeting black and Hispanic borrowers in the Chicago area with subprime mortgages.
26, Mar 2015 - Centre judge rescinds order banning Right-to-Know requests
The president judge of a central Pennsylvania county has withdrawn an order issued last week requiring county officials to deny all pending or future Right-to-Know requests involving Common Pleas and district judges in the...
26, Mar 2015 - Utah May Bring Back the Firing Squad to Kill Death-Row Inmates
To kill them by lethal injection, they need a cocktail of drugs. On Tuesday, it voted to legalize executions by firing squad if the state is short on lethal-injection drugs. "Republican Rep. Paul Ray touted the measure as being a more humane form of execution," AP reports. In fact, Utah killed Ronnie Lee Gardner by firing squad in 2010.
26, Mar 2015 - Many counties follow Ala. Supreme Court’s ruling to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex co
TENNESSEE VALLEY (WHNT) – Many Alabama counties are changing their tune in regards to issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. This, following a ruling Tuesday by the Alabama Supreme Court ordering them to stop the procedure. WHNT News 19 is checking with counties in north Alabama. We’ve learned Madison County has changed course. It was […]
26, Mar 2015 - Macon man sentenced on child sex trafficking charges
Federal prosecutors say a man accused of running a child sex trafficking operation out of motel rooms throughout Georgia has been sentenced to prison time.
26, Mar 2015 - West Texas Man Sentenced to Life for Killing Father of Three
A 25-year-old man has been sentenced to life in prison without parole for fatally shooting a father of three during a 2013 home-invasion robbery in Amarillo.
26, Mar 2015 - SEPTA to accept anti-Muslim ads, but changes will bar future ads
SEPTA will not appeal a federal court ruling that the transit authority must accept virulently anti-Muslim advertising on its buses, SEPTA officials said Thursday.
26, Mar 2015 - Senate vote avoids budget crisis, restores court reporter funding
Court reporters and officials in Lake County Circuit Court breathed a collective sigh of relief Thursday afternoon when the Illinois Senate narrowly approved a budget fix that addressed a shortfall in funding for the courthouse duty.
26, Mar 2015 - Municipal run-water notices in force: Cedar Creek Twp. added to list
Run water notices are starting to become widespread. Here is the list of municipalities with run water notices in place. • Buckley, Cadillac, Cedar Creek Township, Manton and Marion all have issued MANDATORY city wide run water notices and customers will be compensated for the usage on their bills.
26, Mar 2015 - Wisconsin Federal Judge Finds State Abortion Law Unconstitutional
(Reuters) - A federal judge in Wisconsin ruled as unconstitutional on Friday a state law requiring any doctor performing an abortion to have privileges to admit patients to a nearby hospital. U.S. District Judge William Conley temporarily blocked the law in August 2013, which requires doctors to have admitting privileges at a hospital located within 30 miles (50 km) of his or her practice ...
26, Mar 2015 - Former downtown development partner files for bankruptcy
Developer David Wallace, who ditched Amarillo, Joplin, Mo., and his own company in January, now is seeking bankruptcy protection from debts ranging from $10 million to $50 million. The former Sugar Land mayor and partner in Wallace Bajjali Development Partners filed a Chapter 7 case Tuesday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Houston. The cities of Amarillo and Joplin canceled development contracts with ...
26, Mar 2015 - Indian police arrest 2 suspects in gang rape of elderly nun - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Misso
KOLKATA, India (AP) - Police arrested two suspects Thursday in the gang rape of an elderly nun in a missionary school this month in a crime that focused attention on the scourge of sexual violence in India despite tough anti-rape laws introduced two years ago.
26, Mar 2015 - Judge rules that 'gay conversion' therapy claims are fraud
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - A judge in New Jersey has ruled that people providing gay conversion therapy who describe homosexuality as a curable mental disorder are committing fraud. Hudson County Superior Court Judge Peter Bariso Jr. ruled Tuesday against the Jersey City-based Jews Offering New Alternatives for Healing. He said ...
26, Mar 2015 - U.S. top court revives Notre Dame's Obamacare contraception objections
WASHINGTON, March 9 (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday revived the University of Notre Dame's religious objections to the requirement for contraception coverage under President Barack Obama's healthcare law, throwing out a lower court decision in favor of the federal government.
26, Mar 2015 - Human services lawyer loses effort to revive pay lawsuit
The Mississippi Court of Appeals has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a lawyer for the state's human services agency over his salary. The Appeals Court on Tuesday denied William Satterfield arguments that his salary range at the Department of Human Services was between $40,000 and $70,000, lower than the range of $67,000 to $117,000 for lawyers at the attorney general's office. Satterfield said the ...
26, Mar 2015 - Mary Curley, who fought to keep son’s killer in prison, dies at 91
At age 91 and struggling with failing health, Mary Curley fought to the very end to keep her son’s killer behind bars. Curley’s son, Robert, was systematically poisoned by his wife in 1991 in what is considered one of the most infamous and cruel killings
26, Mar 2015 - New Hampshire man found dead in apparent jail suicide
MIDDLETON, Mass. — Officials say an inmate from New Hampshire apparently took his own life in his county jail cell in Massachusetts. Maurice Pratt, a spokesman for the Essex County Sheriff's Department, tells the Salem News ( ) that 41-year-old Lee Walch of Manchester, New Hampshire, was found hanged in his cell just before 2 a.m. Tuesday. Pratt said officers making ...
26, Mar 2015 - Mental evaluation for CG attack suspect
Police/Fire Mental evaluation for CG attack suspect The court case for the suspect in an attack at Grand Haven’s Coast Guard station will be delayed while the man undergoes a mental competency evaluation. Becky Vargo Grand Haven Mar 3, 2015 (function(e,t){if(t._ym===void 0){t._ym="";var m=e.createElement("script");m.type="text/javascript",m.async=!0,m.src="//",(e ...
26, Mar 2015 - Environmental advocates suing state over greenhouse gas law
BOSTON — A top environmental advocacy group is heading to court to ask a judge to order Massachusetts to move forward with a key provision of a landmark global warming law. The Conservation Law Foundation said it will present oral arguments in Suffolk County Superior Court on Monday afternoon, arguing that the state has failed to live up to the 2008 Global Warming Solutions Act. The group said ...
26, Mar 2015 - Attorney: Ferrell will appeal murder verdict
It took a jury only two hours to find Nashville bar owner Chris Ferrell guilty of second-degree murder in the shooting death of outlaw-country-music-singer Wayne Mills, a native of Arab.
26, Mar 2015 - New Program Designed to Keep Offenders from Returning to Jail
The state's prison system, including sentence miscalculations and overcrowding, has remained at the forefront of our attention. Now, a new program is aimed at reducing the chances of inmates returning behind bars.
26, Mar 2015 - Illinois Man Charged With Groping 3-Year-Old On Flight
Investigators say in court documents filed Tuesday that the child was seated next to Kevin C. Matthews on the flight from Chicago to San Diego with a layover in Salt Lake City.
26, Mar 2015 - Prosecution rests in Frederiksen murder, sex abuse trial
The prosecution has rested their case in the murder trial of Casey Frederiksen. 
26, Mar 2015 - Bernard Kilpatrick On Supervised Release After Time In Prison, Halfway House
Kwame Kilpatrick's father served time on a tax crime conviction tied to a City Hall corruption probe.
26, Mar 2015 - Former 3 Doors Down musician set for DUI trial on Monday
D'IBERVILLE, Miss. (AP) - Former 3 Doors Down bassist Todd Harrell is set to go to trial in D'Iberville Monday on a charge of second-offense driving under the influence of a substance other than alcohol. The 43-year-old Harrell is under house arrest in Nashville on a charge of vehicular homicide ...
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