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23, Aug 2014 - Gay Marriages May Begin In Virginia Next Week, After Court Denies A Stay
The ruling came from the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, which had taken up the case after a district court struck down Virginia's ban in February.
23, Aug 2014 - Woman found mentally fit for trial in slaying
MOUNTAIN HOME — Doctors say a Mountain Home woman accused in the death of a 24-year-old man is mentally fit to proceed to trial.
23, Aug 2014 - Federal grand jury indicts Jasper man in connection to Alfred Wright's death
The US Attorney's Office has announced the indictment and arrest of a Jasper man in connection to the death of Alfred Wright.
23, Aug 2014 - Federal judge rules against Hampton man on jail credit for drug court violations | With PDF
Judge says state is in its rights not to give prison sentencing credit for drug court sanctions HAMPTON — A federal judge has ruled that a 29-year-old Hampton man is not entitled to more than six months of credit for time spent locked up for drug use violations as he was participating in the Hampton drug court program.
23, Aug 2014 - Judge: PSC can't intervene in Mountain Water condemnation
The Montana Public Service Commission doesn’t get to interfere in the city of Missoula’s eminent domain case.
23, Aug 2014 - Court refuses to shut down Mississippi's lone abortion clinic
Mississippi's lone abortion clinic can stay open, after a federal appeals court Tuesday ruled against a state law that effectively would have shut it down -- contending that it wasn't right to simply pass the buck to other states.
23, Aug 2014 - Trial postponed in wrongful death lawsuit against Town of Cottageville
A lawsuit blaming the Town of Cottageville for the shooting death of a former mayor will go to trial in federal court on August 11.
23, Aug 2014 - Too big for court?
A Grand Rapids, Michigan man claiming he's too large to go to court to face the felony charges says he's already suffering enough. 0 0 read more
23, Aug 2014 - Mississippi asks full US appeals court to reconsider ruling that blocked abortion clinic law
JACKSON, Miss. — Mississippi is asking a federal appeals court to uphold a 2012 state law requiring abortion clinic doctors to obtain hospital admitting privileges.
23, Aug 2014 - Man gets 9.5 years for drunk driving; Deputy critically injured in crash
A Wisconsin man has been sentenced to nearly 10 years in prison for leading police on a drunken driving chase that ended in a near-fatal crash. The Journal Sentinel reports 41-year-old Kevin Hutchins Jr. of Milwaukee reached speeds of 100 mph during a seven-mile police chase. Deputy Scott Griffin was critically injured when Hutchins' vehicle bounced off of a barricade and smashed into his squad ...
23, Aug 2014 - Fallin releases challenged documents
Gov. Mary Fallin released documents Monday that an Oklahoma judge ruled previously are protected through a deliberative process privilege.
23, Aug 2014 - Missouri man sentenced to life for abusing children
A 42-year-old Kansas City man has been sentenced to life in prison plus 33 years for sexually abusing children.
23, Aug 2014 - Justices silent over execution drug secrecy
WASHINGTON (AP) — No one on the Supreme Court objected publicly when the justices voted to let Arizona proceed with the execution of Joseph Wood, who unsuccessfully sought information about the drugs that would be used to kill him.
23, Aug 2014 - Maine campaign finance law challenged as unfair to independents
By Dave Sherwood BOWDOINHAM Maine (Reuters) - An independent candidate in Maine's three-way governor's race is waiting on a ruling expected next week from a federal judge on a suit that contends the state's campaign finance law unfairly favors candidates from the two major U.S. parties. Lawyers for four supporters of candidate Eliot Cutler who filed the suit argued this week in U.S. District ...
23, Aug 2014 - Jury: Husband shipped marijuana packages to wife's Allentown business
The defense attorney for a Lower Saucon Township man claimed prosecutors arrested the wrong man for a pair of packages containing marijuana that were shipped via UPS and FedEx and addressed to his wife's business in Allentown.
23, Aug 2014 - Utah man accused of plotting mass shooting at mall sentenced to probation, treatment
SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah man accused of plotting a mass shooting at an upscale mall in Salt Lake City was sentenced to three years of probation under mental health court supervision after accepting a plea deal from prosecutors.
23, Aug 2014 - Ohioan charged with embezzling $2.9M from insurer
A former longtime employee of Ohio's biggest health insurance company has been charged in federal court in Cleveland with embezzlement for diverting nearly $3 million in phony payments that he deposited ...
23, Aug 2014 - Arkansas reality show mom sentenced in sex case
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - An Arkansas woman once featured on a reality show about cheerleading has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for having sex with a 13-year-old boy. The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/1q15LHI ) that Andrea Michelle Clevenger pleaded guilty in Pulaski County Circuit Court ...
23, Aug 2014 - 'Bad Santa' faces 10 years in prison in Central Florida bank robbery
A bad Santa faces up to 10 years in prison after pleading no contest to displaying a fake bomb during a bank robbery in Central Florida. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports 63-year-old Mark N. London donned a Santa hat, beard and white gloves before walking into a SunTrust Bank in Port Orange on Dec. 23. He carried a wrapped gift and a note implying the "gift" was dangerous and that he wanted ...
23, Aug 2014 - LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF ERIE COUNTY, OHIO PAMELA FERRELL Erie County Treasurer
Classified Ad LEGALS if (!window.OX_ads) { OX_ads = []; } OX_ads.push({ "auid" : "417989" }); document.write(' '); LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF ERIE COUNTY, OHIO PAMELA FERRELL Erie County Treasurer 247 Columbus Ave. Sandusky, Ohio 44870 Plaintiff, vs. ELIZABETH I, GIBSON, et al., Defendant Case No. 2014CV0104 Judge Robert E. Binette PUBLICATION PURSUANT TO CIVIL RULE 4.4(A ...
23, Aug 2014 - Three men sentenced to life in prison for deadly Bellflower robbery
Three men have been sentenced to life in state prison without the possibility of parole for a deadly drug-related home-invasion robbery, authorities said.
23, Aug 2014 - Lyrics on trial: Anything you can spit can be used against you
It was early May, 2007. Two friends, 16-year-old Christopher Horton and 20-year-old Brian Dean were sitting on a porch on 23rd Steet and Orcutt Avenue in Newport News, Va., in the city's downtown neighborhood.
23, Aug 2014 - Law Enforcement: 90 Percent Of Tulsa's Cocaine Trade Taken Out
In their investigation, the U.S. Attorney and law enforcement officers said they've taken out 90 percent of the crack cocaine trade in Tulsa.
23, Aug 2014 - Rolando McClain found guilty of misdemeanor charges
A Decatur municipal judge found former Alabama football star Rolando McClain guilty on charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct on Friday.
23, Aug 2014 - Kansas top court overturns death sentences in 'Wichita Massacre'
The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday overturned death sentences for two brothers convicted in the 2000 execution-style murder of four people on a snowy soccer field in Wichita, ruling that the trial judge erred in refusing to conduct separate penalty phases for the two men. Jonathan and Reginald Carr were sentenced to death in 2002. Their December 2000 crime spree, known as the Wichita Massacre ...
23, Aug 2014 - Trial date set in Mason City suit claiming assault
MASON CITY | A judge has denied a request for a continuance in a jury trial in a lawsuit over an alleged 2011 fight outside a Mason City bar.
23, Aug 2014 - Judge approves new map for Congress
A Florida judge on Friday gave a victory to the state's Republican-controlled Legislature, rendering a decision that effectively forces voters to choose candidates in November based on a congressional map that he ruled was invalid because it favored the GOP.
23, Aug 2014 - Trial delay ordered in phony AIDS research case
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A judge has ordered a delay in the trial of a former Iowa State University researcher charged with falsifying data to make a developmental AIDS vaccine appear promising. The Sept. 2 trial for Dong-Pyou Han is scheduled for Sept. 29 after a judge ...
23, Aug 2014 - Judge won’t free Russian accused of hacking Seattle-area businesses
A federal judge in Guam cleared the way Thursday for a Russian man accused of stealing thousands of credit-card numbers in the Puget Sound area and elsewhere to be sent to Washington state to appear in court.
23, Aug 2014 - Arkansas Supreme Court: Another sign of fracturing
A lawyer friend calls attention to a bit of arcane legal business posted last week on the Arkansas Supreme Court website during the court's summer recess. The Supreme Court in one case adopted changes proposed by a task force and committee on the rules of civil procedure and it put two other rules out for comment. The rules pertain to such matters as allocation of fault in damage suits and non ...
23, Aug 2014 - Knox County Criminal Court Clerk Elect discusses future plans after audit is released
6 News got a first look Sunday evening at the recently completed audit of the Knox County Criminal Justice Process.
23, Aug 2014 - Ohio morgue attendant admits having sex with hundreds of corpses, county sued
Matthew Bradwell HAMILTON COUNTY, Ohio, Aug. 18 (UPI) -- Ohio morgue employee Kenneth Douglas is in prison and Hamilton County faces a lawsuit after he admitted to frequently sexually assaulting dead bodies.
23, Aug 2014 - Western Pennsylvania hit by federal e-Juror scam
By: WJAC Web Staff and The Associated Press PITTSBURGH -- The 25-county federal court district in western Pennsylvania has been targeted by an email identity theft scam that seeks personal information from residents who are falsely told they're being contacted about jury duty. ...
23, Aug 2014 - Grand jury indicts Peter Young Industries executive on grand larceny charges
The chief operating officer of a Capital Region nonprofit organization affiliated with the Save Pine Haven Phase II Committee has been arrested and charged for allegedly stealing more than $1 million
23, Aug 2014 - Woodward charged with 24 counts in child porn case
WTOV9.com HARRISON COUNTY, Ohio â A joint investigation between the Harrison County Sheriff's Office and the Ohio Internet Crimes against Children Task Force resulted in the arrest 37-year-old Jewett man William Woodward for possession of child pornography on Aug. ...
23, Aug 2014 - Attorney: FBI did 'reasonable' search for O.K. City bombing records
As a bench trial began Monday in Utah's federal court, FBI employees testified they conducted an extensive search of videotapes and documents from the agency's Oklahoma City bombing investigation to fulfill a records request by Utah lawyer Jesse Tren...
23, Aug 2014 - Salem man sentenced for stabbing death
A Salem man has been found guilty and sentenced for the fatal stabbing of another Salem man.
23, Aug 2014 - Sterling loses appeal to block LA Clippers sale
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Donald Sterling's latest effort to block the $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer was rejected Wednesday by a California appeals court.
23, Aug 2014 - Woman admitted to sexual encounters with two girls placed at the treatment center
A former worker at a residential treatment center for troubled teens was sentenced today to 44 years in prison for sexual encounters with 13- and 15-year-old girls at the center.
23, Aug 2014 - Bellevue man pleads guilty to meth charge
    An 18-year-old Bellevue man pleaded guilty Tuesday to a federal charge of distribution of methamphetamine, a crime punishable in the U.
23, Aug 2014 - Inmate From Oklahoma Walks Out Of Federal Prison In Louisiana
Federal marshals and Grant Parish sheriff's deputies are looking for an Oklahoma inmate who escaped from the minimum-security prison in Pollock on Sunday.
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