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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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Man Charged With Murder In Filer Pleads Not Guilty
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Second Oregon sex offender at Umatilla prison dies unexpectedly in just nine days
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20, Aug 2014 - Last-minute appeals pending in Missouri execution
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court was weighing an appeal Tuesday from a Missouri man who was set to become the first U.S. inmate put to death since a lethal injection went awry last month in Arizona.
20, Aug 2014 - Online marketer says he associated with ex-A.G. Swallow to 'change the world'
A Salt Lake businessman wanted to talk about his association with former Attorney General John Swallow in court
20, Aug 2014 - Supreme Court deals blow to McDaniel’s election challenge
JACKSON — The Mississippi Supreme Court said yesterday that it won’t reconsider its ruling that voters’ birthdates must be redacted before poll books are opened for public inspection.
20, Aug 2014 - Tennis Anyone
Nestled in a pristine setting in Bettendorf, sits a clay tennis court in Bill Moylan’s backyard. It’s a novelty. One of the very few clay courts in the Quad Cities.
20, Aug 2014 - BMV asks court to delay vanity plate sales
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles has asked the state Supreme Court for permission to continue its suspension on sales of vanity plates until a court case is settled.
20, Aug 2014 - US judge denies Spanier bid to halt criminal case
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A federal judge in Pennsylvania said Friday she will not halt the criminal case against former Penn State president Graham Spanier, who is accused of a criminal cover-up of child sex abuse complaints against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.
20, Aug 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 […]
20, Aug 2014 - Vermont Supreme Court makes rulings on Bennington cases
BENNINGTON -- The Vermont Supreme Court made rulings on a number of Bennington cases during July. The court ruled against Spencer Durham, who was convicted in 2013 of two counts of identity theft, one count of attempting to utter a false instrument, and one count of possession of stolen property.
20, Aug 2014 - 102.53 ÂĄ/$ (5 p.m.)
Sorry, but your browser needs Javascript to use this site. OKLAHOMA CITY – More than $17 billion of Oklahoma oilman Harold Hamm’s fortune could be subject to division with his estranged wife, according to an economic analysis presented in their divorce trial, defining the stakes in one of the biggest battles ever over a marital estate.
20, Aug 2014 - New charges added at Kemp's prelim
COLDWATER — After a preliminary exam late last week, Branch County District Court Judge Brent Weigle allowed charges to be added against William Kemp which could lead to life in prison.
20, Aug 2014 - Exclusive - Wife defines stakes in Oklahoma divorce: $17 billion
By Heide Brandes and Joshua Schneyer OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - More than $17 billion of Oklahoma oilman Harold Hamm's fortune could be subject to division with his estranged wife, according to an economic analysis presented in their divorce trial, defining the stakes in one of the biggest battles ever over a marital estate. The analysis of Kenneth Button, an expert witness hired by Sue Ann Hamm ...
20, Aug 2014 - The Rise and Fall of America's Greatest Convicted Counterfeiter
Art Williams Jr. says he never really knew how money worked until he went to prison three times. It's ironic because Art Williams is also one of the most infamous money counterfeiters in recent American history. And he almost got away with it. Read more...
20, Aug 2014 - Judge sentences man who kidnapped, killed Virginia teen
The man who abducted and murdered a Virginia teen was formally sentenced in a Nelson County courtroom Wednesday afternoon.
20, Aug 2014 - Arrested federal judge keeps getting $200K salary
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama federal judge stripped of his caseload following his arrest on domestic violence charges in Atlanta will continue receiving his annual salary of nearly $200,000.
20, Aug 2014 - Report: Man climbed atop basketball hoop in escape
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — A physically fit inmate who was a known flight risk escaped from a central Arizona jail by hoisting himself atop a basketball hoop, grabbing on to an overhead security fence and breaking it apart, according to an investigative report released Monday.
20, Aug 2014 - Testimony begins in Morehouse murder trial
Fourth Judicial District Judge Alvin Sharp, a 12-person jury and two alternates heard opening statements and the first witnesses Friday morning in a second-degree murder trial in Bastrop.
20, Aug 2014 - Anapol Schwartz Attorneys Recognized in 2015 Best Lawyers
Anapol Schwartz Shareholder James Ronca has been named Philadelphia Lawyer of the Year for the category of Plaintiffs' Personal Injury Litigation in the 2015 edition of Best Lawyers. He was also recognized ...
20, Aug 2014 - Former Spring ISD teacher uses name 'Katya' to solicit child porn
An Humble man is facing prison time after being convicted on federal child pornography charges. Derrick Gossett, 33, entered a guilty plea to two counts of production of child pornography, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced on Monday.
20, Aug 2014 - Batavia man accused of plotting crime spree
A Batavia native is accused of trying to recruit people to blow up government buildings, rob banks and kill law enforcement officers. Robert James Talbot Jr. was living in Katy, Texas when he was arrested in March. The 38-year-old is charged with attempted interference with commerce by robbery, solicitation to commit a crime of violence and possession of an explosive material, specifically C4. ...
20, Aug 2014 - N.H. man gets life for raping, killing college student
DOVER, N.H. (AP) -- A New Hampshire man who raped and killed a college student has been sentenced to life in prison after the victim's family tearfully and angrily lamented what he took from them.
20, Aug 2014 - Machine to keep lungs alive for transplant tested
ANN ARBOR — The University of Michigan is taking part in a clinical trial of a technique to keep lungs alive for days after death, greatly extending the possibility of transplanting them into a needy recipient.
20, Aug 2014 - Georgia lawmakers consider standard payouts for people wrongfully convicted
ATLANTA | Looking to set a standard payout for people released from prison after being wrongfully convicted, state lawmakers heard Wednesday from experts on the range of past payments.
20, Aug 2014 - Woman pleads guilty to staging car accident and receiving money from insurance claim
BEAUMONT, Texas - from U.S. Attorney's Office A 32-year-old Port Arthur, Texas woman has pleaded guilty to federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.   Shawnta Rene Bell Jones pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud today before U. ...
20, Aug 2014 - Caught in a culture of drugs and crime
Romeo Parent's family describe Romeo as smiling, sweet and silly. Michael McNaughton's family say Michael is smart, funny and caring — despite the fact he was convicted 13 days ago of killing Parent.
20, Aug 2014 - Texas’s Perry Heads to Court Punching With Video Attack
Texas Governor Rick Perry will go to the Travis County criminal courthouse in Austin to be booked on charges of public corruption, a day after his defense team rejected the indictment as a political hatchet job. Perry lawyer Tony Buzbee said the grand jury's action last week was an attempt to criminalize politics. Perry, a Republican, is accused of abusing his authority by trying to force out a ...
20, Aug 2014 - Teacher Accused of Assaulting Disabled Student Won’t Stand Trial
DES MOINES, Iowa – A Des Moines teacher accused of assaulting an intellectually disabled student on two occasions will not stand trial. Prosecutors dismissed charges against Anita Babe Friday morning. Babe, a teacher at Hubbell Elementary, was accused of grabbing a 12-year-old hard enough to leave bruises on his arm for 13-days. The boy’s mother said prosecutors […]
20, Aug 2014 - State Guardsman sentenced to 2 years in Ohio bomb case
An Indiana National Guardsman who had homemade explosive devices in his vehicle when he was pulled over in Ohio was sentenced Friday to two years in prison.
20, Aug 2014 - Mississippi’s Lone Abortion Clinic Survives Court Appeal
Anti-abortion demonstrators stand outside Mississippi's only abortion clinic in Jackson, on June 27, 2012. Close Anti-abortion demonstrators stand outside Mississippi's only abortion clinic in...
20, Aug 2014 - Potential GOP presidential candidates court Iowa conservatives
The Family Leadership Summit in Ames, Iowa offered Republican hopefuls a chance to speak with evangelical voters more than a year before the start of the 2016 nominating process
20, Aug 2014 - Tenn. Judge Delivers First Blow to Legal Marriage Equality
A state judge in Tennessee has just broken equality advocates' streak of favorable judicial rulings by declaring the state's ban on same-sex marriage does not violate the U.S. Constitution. read more
20, Aug 2014 - Murder trial delayed in dispatcher's killing
HOT SPRINGS -- The first-degree murder trial of a man accused of killing a Hot Springs Village police dispatcher in 2011 has been continued until November.
20, Aug 2014 - Execution drug cost quadruples for prisons
The prison agency in the nation's busiest death penalty state paid $13,500 for its most recent batch of pentobarbital at a cost of $1,500 per vial, compared to $350 per dose spent last year.
20, Aug 2014 - Tennessee man pleads guilty in package-bomb deaths
LEBANON, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee man pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges that he killed his mother- and father-in-law with a package bomb, and prosecutors said he killed the couple because he owed them tens of thousands of dollars.Richard Parker entered the plea Tuesday in Wilson County Circuit Court in a deal that calls for him to serve life in prison without parole.Parker is the son-in-law of ...
20, Aug 2014 - Man convicted in stabbing death of Scottsdale bouncer
PHOENIX (AP) -- A Tempe man has been convicted of manslaughter in the stabbing death of a Scottsdale nightclub bouncer who was a former Arizona State University football player.   Maricopa County prosecutors say a jury returned its verdict Thursday against 27-year-old Ian Alexander MacDonald. They say the aggravation phase of the trial will begin Aug. 25.   MacDonald was accused of killing ...
20, Aug 2014 - Boat goes aground; drug smuggler goes to prison
It was poor seamanship that sunk a $14 million South Florida drug-smuggling ring and sent one of its organizers to prison.
20, Aug 2014 - Machete-slayings trial to hear self-defense claim
FORT SMITH -- Gregory Aaron Kinsey's defense in the slaying of two men with a machete last year will be self-defense one of his attorneys told a Sebastian County circuit judge Thursday.
20, Aug 2014 - Murder convict drops effort to skip his sentencing
DOVER, N.H. (AP) — A man who was convicted of raping and killing a University of New Hampshire student and said he didn't want to listen to the victim's family "yell and whine" at his sentencing hearing about what a monster he is has dropped his bid to skip the hearing.
20, Aug 2014 - California Supreme Court rules that suspect's silence may be used against him in court
SAN FRANCISCO — The California Supreme Court has ruled that the silence of suspects can be used against them.
20, Aug 2014 - Pennington, Mallory have trial dates set
Court proceedings have been scheduled for former Saline County Sheriff Bruce Pennington and Jo Nell Mallory, former chief deputy finance director for the sheriff's office.
20, Aug 2014 - Judge: Chesley owes $42 million in diet drug case
A Kentucky judge has ordered a once-prominent and now disbarred class-action attorney to pay $42 million to settle allegations he improperly took too much money in a diet drug lawsuit. The ruling from ...
20, Aug 2014 - Jury selection under way in trial of doctor accused of sex offenses at pain management clinic
Jury selection began Wednesday in the Summit County criminal trial of a Hudson doctor facing a 27-count indictment for rape and other sex offenses with patients at his pain-management practice.
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