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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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15, Sep 2014 - AZ corrections officer tells PD: 'You need to arrest me'
A former Arizona Department of Corrections officer is locked up, accused of killing his own mother. Alexander Santiago is being held without bond in the Pinal County Jail in Florence, on suspicion of first and second degree murder and aggravated assault.
15, Sep 2014 - Kansas ordered to turn over more 'In Cold Blood' case files to people hoping to write a boo
A Kansas judge ordered the state Thursday to release more documents to people trying to write a book about the 1959 "In Cold Blood" murders. Judge Larry Hendricks issued the order after hearing arguments in a case that will decide what will happen to files kept at the home of a deceased Kansas Bureau of Investigation agent Harold Nye, who was part of the murder probe. The killings of Herb and ...
15, Sep 2014 - Former prison guard charged with sexually abusing teenage girl
A former prison guard is ordered held on $50,000 cash bail after being charged with sexually abusing a child under the age of 14 and possessing child pornography.
15, Sep 2014 - Ninth Circuit Judges Hint at Favorable Ruling Coming Soon
Judges on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals appeared sympathetic to those challenging marriage bans in Idaho and Nevada. read more
15, Sep 2014 - Special prosecutor probes Pa. Attorney General's Office
A special prosecutor is investigating whether the office of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane leaked confidential grand jury material to a newspaper in a bid to strike back at former prosecutors in the office who had been critical of her, according to several people familiar with the matter.
15, Sep 2014 - Stricter penalties for animal cruelty cases in South Carolina
FLORENCE, S.C. — Stricter legislation means those who hurt or neglect animals now face general sessions court plus heftier fines and penalties. But local court officials say so far, the changes haven’
15, Sep 2014 - Illinois pension case might head to Supreme Court
An Illinois court ruling barring increased health insurance premiums for Illinois state-employee retirees might speed up a decision on a separate case over Illinois' overhaul of its public pension system.
15, Sep 2014 - Colorado woman pleads guilty to conspiring to aid Islamic State
The Colorado woman charged with conspiring to assist the Islamic State militant group pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in exchange for her cooperation and possible future testimony against other terrorism suspects.
15, Sep 2014 - Worker Fired Over Medical Pot Appeals to Colo. Supreme Court
Brandon Coats, a former phone operator at Dish Network, was fired by the company after he tested positive for marijuana.
15, Sep 2014 - Man may withdraw plea, go on trial for Tolono murder
A former Savoy man who admitted he fatally shot his brother four years ago in a Tolono grocery store has been given his guilty plea back on the grounds that he received too little prison time. URBANA — A former Savoy man who admitted he fatally shot his brother four years ago in a Tolono grocery store has been given his guilty plea back on the grounds that he received too little prison time. In ...
15, Sep 2014 - Florida Gov. Rick Scott appointing fewer black judges than predecessors
The percentage of African-American jurists has fallen during his term.
15, Sep 2014 - Report: Drugs Killed Oklahoma Inmate In Botched Execution
The Oklahoma inmate whose execution was botched in April succumbed to the lethal drugs he was administered, not a heart attack, after the state's prisons chief halted efforts to kill him.
15, Sep 2014 - Obama Will Put Off Executive Actions On Immigration | WUNC
Listening... Responding to fellow Democrats' concerns in a tight election season, President Obama will delay acting on his own on immigration issues until after November's midterm vote, the White House says.
15, Sep 2014 - Drugs killed Oklahoma inmate in troubled execution -
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - An Oklahoma death row inmate who writhed, moaned and clenched his teeth before he was pronounced dead about 43 minutes after his execution began succumbed to the lethal drugs he was administered, not a heart attack, after the state's prisons chief halted efforts to kill him, an autopsy report released Thursday says.
15, Sep 2014 - County jail changes detainee deportation policy
EVERETT — The Snohomish County Jail has joined a growing number of lockups across the state and country that no longer are holding inmates for possible deportation at the request of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
15, Sep 2014 - Indiana judge apologizes for remarks some found offensive
A northeastern Indiana judge is apologizing for saying during a retirement reception that one of the women could have a lucrative second career as a phone-sex operator.
15, Sep 2014 - Daytona Beach man, 26, guilty of raping, beating woman
A Daytona Beach man could spend the rest of his life in prison after trapping a woman inside a home, beating and raping her in 2013.
15, Sep 2014 - Mentally ill Montana murder suspect committed
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - A 25-year-old man charged in a triple murder of family members on Montana's Crow Indian Reservation could face life in an institution after he was civilly committed and found incompetent to stand trial because of mental illness. Sheldon Bernard Chase was committed by a ...
15, Sep 2014 - Payette County man sentenced in meth case
Chris M. Paradis, 34, was sentenced Monday to six years in prison, during a hearing before U.S. District Judge Edward J. Lodge. Click to Continue »
15, Sep 2014 - BREAKING NEWS: Official: No arrest warrant to be issued for Perry - SARAH PALIN: Perry indictment a
A warrant won't be issued for the arrest of Gov. Rick Perry following his indictment on two felony charges of abuse of power.
15, Sep 2014 - House sends Senate bill to close tax loophole that could cost state budget $1.1B
Chris Gautz - The state House on Tuesday began work to circumvent a recent Michigan Supreme Court ruling that, if left alone, had the potential to blow a $1.1 billion hole in the state budget in the next fiscal year. New language was added to Senate Bill 156 that would render moot a 4-3 ruling in July in IBM v. Department of Treasury. The House approved the change without debate on a 100-10 vote ...
15, Sep 2014 - News Minute: Here is the latest Virginia news from The Associated Press
Closing arguments are expected tomorrow in the corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen. Lawyers for the couple wrapped up their case yesterday. The McDonnells are charged with accepting...
15, Sep 2014 - Washington man sentenced to prison in drug case
A Washington man arrested after police found 184 stamp bags of suspected heroin and a stolen .45-caliber semiautomatic revolver during a search of his hotel room was sentenced to a minimum of five years and a maximum of 10 years in prison.
15, Sep 2014 - Civil rights groups sue to bar expedited deportations of Central American families
The lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Washington alleges violations of due process rights.
15, Sep 2014 - Texas father to stand trial in killing of drunk driver
A father faces trial on charges that he fatally shot a drunken driver who killed his two sons in a wreck in rural Southeast Texas.
15, Sep 2014 - Jury hits Ethicon with $3.25 million verdict in mesh case
A federal jury in West Virginia on Friday awarded a woman $3.27 million in one of 33,000 lawsuits that accuse Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon Inc unit of selling defective transvaginal mesh devices. Following a nearly two-week trial, jurors found Ethicon liable for selling faulty devices and failing to warn patients and their doctors that users were at risk from side effects that include pain ...
15, Sep 2014 - California Appeals Court Upholds ICWA in Choctaw Foster Case
Last Friday, the Second District Court of Appeals in California unanimously ruled against a non-Native foster couple seeking to adopt the Choctaw child in their care. The three-judge panel rejected their argument that they have the same constitutional rights and standing as biological parents, and ruled that the application of the “existing Indian family exception” did not apply in the case of ...
15, Sep 2014 - Ex-housing director admits taking $1.5 million in bribes
HARTFORD — Federal prosecutors say a Connecticut man has admitted taking about $1.5 million in bribes while serving as the executive director of the West Haven Housing Authority.
15, Sep 2014 - Media outlets sue Oklahoma over execution viewing
Oklahoma prison officials violated the First Amendment when they prevented reporters from viewing portions of the botched execution of a death row inmate earlier this year, two news organizations claim in a federal lawsuit filed Monday.
15, Sep 2014 - Oklahoma City officer in court on assault claims
An Oklahoma City police officer accused of sexually assaulting women he encountered while on patrol in neighborhoods near the state Capitol faces a Sept. 18 preliminary hearing.
15, Sep 2014 - Pleas - Aug. 16, 2014
• Jonathan David Parker, 37, of Bentonville pleaded guilty to theft of property and habitual offender and was sentenced to three years in the Arkansas Department of Correction to be followed by a seven-year suspended prison sentence. Parker was banned from Walmart and given credit for time served.
15, Sep 2014 - New York attorney general accuses lender of refusing to lend to African-Americans in Buffalo
ALBANY, N.Y. - New York's attorney general is accusing a mortgage lender of refusing to offer financing to African-Americans living in Buffalo. Eric Schneiderman filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court on Tuesday alleging that Evans Bank intentionally excluded predominantly African-American
15, Sep 2014 - Wilton Manors Applauds Rulings against Same Sex Marriage Ban in Florida
WILTON MANORS, Fla., Aug. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With a large portion of its population unable to enjoy the legal rights and privileges that millions of married Floridians take for granted, the City of Wilton Manors applauds the recent court rulings in our state which find that the ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional. The most recent came from U.S District Court Judge Robert L. Hinkle of ...
15, Sep 2014 - Reyes: Utah needs to be ready for lands lawsuit
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes says his office is exploring the state's legal options for gaining ownership of lands under federal control.
15, Sep 2014 - Four plead guilty, 2 sentenced in federal court on drug-related charges
Four people have admitted to drug-related charges and two others were sentenced recently in federal court, U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin said.
15, Sep 2014 - Florida Supreme Court sends back gay divorce case
The Florida Supreme Court won't consider the constitutionality of the state's gay marriage ban in order to settle a same-sex divorce case. The high court said Friday the Second District Court of Appeal first should rule on the case, in which a lesbian couple married in Massachusetts and is now seeking a divorce in Florida. A lower court judge ruled that the couple couldn't get divorced in ...
15, Sep 2014 - Suspect named in presumed slaying of Quincy woman
Three years after a 24-year-old North Quincy woman disappeared, the Norfolk County District Attorney’s Office has named a convicted kidnapper from Quincy as a suspect.
15, Sep 2014 - Obama Will Put Off Executive Actions On Immigration
In June, President Obama said he would act on his own to reshape U.S. immigration policies at the summer's end. But since then, he's come under pressure from fellow Democrats.
15, Sep 2014 - Theft Leads to Community Control Revoked, Prison Sentence
In June 2014, Bobb was accused of violating his community control by committing theft from Walmart in Chillicothe.
15, Sep 2014 - Richmond Reflects
Photo courtesy of Humboldt State University. At 70, Rollin Richmond is starting the next chapter of his life, leaving Humboldt State University markedly changed from his 12-year tenure as its president.
15, Sep 2014 - New Ala. corrections post meant to improve safety
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama Department of Corrections veteran says she's using her position as deputy commissioner of women's services to improve worker education and inmate safety in women's prisons.
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