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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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01, Oct 2014 - Gay marriage case sent to Florida Supreme Court
TALLAHASSEE — Florida’s ban on gay marriage is now in the hands of the state’s highest court after an appeals court asked that the justices resolve the controversial prohibition.
01, Oct 2014 - Texas Supreme Court to Get School Finance Appeal
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott's office formally notified the Texas Supreme Court that it's appealing a ruling that the state's school finance system is unconstitutional.
01, Oct 2014 - Report: Escaped Inmate Buffington Captured
Escaped Arkanasas State prison inmate Timothy BUffington is reported captured in Logan County.
01, Oct 2014 - Judges to visit schools around state
INDIANAPOLIS - Judges from Indiana's trial and appellate courts will pass out pocket Constitutions to schoolchildren Wednesday in observance of Constitution Day.
01, Oct 2014 - State halts insurance deduction from pension checks; refund timing uncertain
Thousands of retirees from the University of Illinois and other state agencies should notice a slightly larger annuity check this month. Thousands of retirees from the University of Illinois and other state agencies should notice a slightly larger annuity check this month. Health insurance premiums will no longer be deducted from pension checks as of Oct. 1, following summer court rulings that ...
01, Oct 2014 - Appeals court upholds conviction, sentence in Owensboro Amber Alert case
A federal appeals court has upheld the conviction and prison sentence of a 47-year-old Maine resident for transporting a 13-year-old Owensboro, Kentucky girl across state lines to engage in sexual activity.
01, Oct 2014 - Federer leads Swiss to final of Davis Cup - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 PST
Tennis: Roger Federer has taken Switzerland to its first Davis Cup final in 22 years, beating Fabio Fognini of Italy in the opening reverse singles Sunday in Geneva for a winning 3-1 lead in their semifinal. Federer celebrated with skipping jumps across the court on completing a 6-2, 6-3, 7-6 (4) win against the 17th-ranked Fognini.
01, Oct 2014 - Norristown council approves $495K court settlement with ACLU, resident
Norristown Council approved a $495,000 court settlement Tuesday that compensates the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Pennsylvania and a Norristown woman for the so-called “three strikes” ordinance that was repealed by council on Aug. 6.
01, Oct 2014 - Ex-UH Foundation employee sentenced in theft
A former University of Hawaii Foundation employee convicted of identity theft has been spared prison time.
01, Oct 2014 - No resolution for Jets player accused of assault
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) - A New York Jets practice squad player is due in court in two weeks on domestic violence charges, possibly to have a trial date set.
01, Oct 2014 - AG's office asks La. Supreme Court to overturn judge's ruling on gay marriage
The Office of the Louisiana Attorney General has asked the Louisiana Supreme Court to overturn a judge's ruling that the state's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
01, Oct 2014 - Hollis man in deadly Mont Vernon home invasion denied parole
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire man sentenced to prison for hiding evidence and concocting an alibi for machete-wielding home invaders who killed a woman and maimed her daughter has been denied parole. Autumn Savoy admitted helping convicted killers Steven Spader and Christopher Gribble dump bloody clothing in the Nashua River on Oct. 4, 2009— just hours after Kimberly Cates was hacked to ...
01, Oct 2014 - Feds, Kansas bitcoin company negotiating
LEAWOOD, Kan. (AP) - A Kansas-based bitcoin company that has been sued by federal authorities is negotiating to determine if it can resume some operations. The Federal Trade Commission's recently filed complaint in U.S. District Court in Kansas City alleges Butterfly Labs defrauded more than 20,000 customers out ...
01, Oct 2014 - Prosecutors want 30-year prison sentence for Bixby ex-CEO Robert Walker
Lawyers for Robert Walker, convicted of defrauding investors, argued for six years.
01, Oct 2014 - Marion Woman Gets 5 Years For Shot At Firefighter
A Central Ohio woman convicted of firing a shot at a firefighter who was trying to put out a fire in her back yard has been sentenced to five years in prison.
01, Oct 2014 - Ohio St. student who ran on turf, got caught by coach, loses scholarship
A student who ran onto the field during an Ohio State football game and was body-slammed by a coach is losing his scholarship amid his court case.
01, Oct 2014 - Court order keeps suspension of Ind. vanity plates
The Indiana Supreme Court says the Bureau of Motor Vehicles can continue suspending sales of vanity plates until a court case is settled.
01, Oct 2014 - Man can pursue excessive-force case in Orlando arrest, court says
Agents in Orlando allegedly 'slammed' man's head into the pavement with 'extreme force,' judges say in ruling A federal appeals court this week said a man arrested in a drug bust can pursue excessive-force allegations against agents from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Orlando area's Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation.
01, Oct 2014 - New Housing Authority Board member has federal criminal record; says should not be an issue
A new appointee to the Rowan County Housing Authority has a federal criminal record and served time for financial crimes, WBTV has learned. Kenneth Fox, the former mayor of East Spencer, was appointed
01, Oct 2014 - Sen. Wright to resign Sept. 22, start sentence Oct. 31
— Ending a career in political office that spanned a dozen years, state Sen. Roderick D. Wright on Monday bowed to pressure from fellow Democrats and said he would resign his seat Sept. 22.
01, Oct 2014 - Montana ex-teacher to be re-sentenced in rape case after outcry
By Laura Zuckerman (Reuters) - An ex-teacher from Montana is to be re-sentenced on Friday for raping a 14-year-old student, after a court earlier jailed him for only one month in a judgment that outraged women's rights activists. A prosecutor has recommended that former Billings High School instructor Stacey Rambold instead serve 10 years in prison for the 2007 rape of his pupil, Cherice Moralez ...
01, Oct 2014 - Fitch Rates Sales Tax Asset Receivable Corp. $2B Revenue Bonds 'AA+'; Outlook Stable
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fitch Ratings assigns an 'AA+' rating to the following bonds of the Sales Tax Asset Receivable Corporation (STAR Corporation): --$2 billion sales tax asset revenue bonds, fiscal 2015 series A. The bonds, which are being issued to redeem all outstanding sales tax asset revenue (STAR) bonds and to defease certain maturities of New York City Transitional Finance Authority ...
01, Oct 2014 - Ohio woman gets 5 years for shot at firefighter
A central Ohio woman convicted of firing a shot at a firefighter who was trying to put out a fire in her back yard has been sentenced to five years in prison.
01, Oct 2014 - Report: 3 arrested in killing of drug cartel lawyer
Three men were in Hidalgo County Jail in Texas on Monday in connection with the May 2013 fatal shooting of a Mexican drug cartel attorney in southern Texas
01, Oct 2014 - Copley not competent to stand trial
WTOV9.com JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ohio – A man who allegedly threatened Steubenville Mayor Domenick Mucci and his secretary had charges against him dropped Friday. Instead, Craig Copley, who was indicted in federal court in 1988 for mailing threating messages to then president Ronald Reagan, will be taken back to Appalachian Behavioral Health Center in Athens after it was determined he is not ...
01, Oct 2014 - Same-sex marriage heading for Supreme Court? Both sides agree it's time for justices to decide
WASHINGTON — Both sides in the gay marriage debate agree on one thing: It's time for the Supreme Court to settle the matter. Even a justice recently said she thinks so, too.
01, Oct 2014 - Man accused of voyeurism after incident that included squirting lubricant on sleeping couple
BENNINGTON -- A Bennington man is accused of squirting personal lubricant on a woman and a man while they slept, photographing them, then posting the image to Facebook. Steven A. Carbonaro, 42, pleaded not guilty Monday in Vermont Superior Court to a misdemeanor count of voyeurism. He also pleaded not guilty to disorderly conduct with regard to a separate incident involving the woman
01, Oct 2014 - Ark. slaying suspect wanted to plead guilty
Arron Lewis, the suspect in the abduction and slaying of Arkansas real estate agent Beverly Carter, told reporters Tuesday that he pleaded not guilty to the charges only because his lawyer told him to. He said he wanted to plead guilty because he just wanted "this to be over with." Carter's body was found in a shallow grave near Cabot, about 20 miles northeast of central Little Rock, the Pulaski ...
01, Oct 2014 - Phaedra Parks: ‘RHOA’ Star’s Estranged Husband Apollo Nida Begins Prison Sentence
Phaedra Parks‘ husband Apollo Nida is no longer a free man. According to TMZ, the Real Housewives of Atlanta star has officially turned himself in at the FMC Lexington in Kentucky. On July 8, Nida was sentenced to eight years …
01, Oct 2014 - Attorney: Mental illness likely not a defense in murder retrial
The attorney for Karrae Starr in her retrial for allegedly murdering her 3-year-old daughter will likely not use mental illness as a defense, he said Wednesday in Williamson County court."I'm probably not going to use mentally ill," Public Defender Alex Fine told Judge John Speroni during a pre-trial hearing in the case that will date back six years Saturday.The toddler was killed Sept. 27, 2008 ...
01, Oct 2014 - Murder conviction leads to life sentence without parole
BEAUMONT - Life in prison without the possibility of parole. That's the automatic sentence for Batiste Breaux after a jury convicted him Thursday of capital murder. Police arrested Breaux in 2008 and charged him with shooting and killing brothers Kelly and Gerald Evans during a disturbance at home on Ironton in Beaumont. ...
01, Oct 2014 - Ken Hare In Depth: The Ray Rice of federal judiciary should resign
Calls for federal Judge Mark Fuller to resign or to be impeached after being accused of domestic violence are increasing, but it remains to be seen if the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals will rally around the Montgomery judge or instead show it takes domestic abuse seriously.
01, Oct 2014 - Indiana agrees to recognize 2nd same-sex marriage
HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) - Indiana has agreed to recognize a second same-sex marriage because one of the women is battling cancer. A federal judge on Thursday approved Veronica Romero and Mayra Yvette Rivera's agreement with the state and the Lake County clerk. The Whiting couple married last ...
01, Oct 2014 - Woman suing Reds pitcher won't have to reveal name
A woman who accused Cincinnati Reds pitcher Alfredo Simon of sexual assault in a lawsuit doesn't have to publicly reveal her name unless the case goes to trial, a District of Columbia judge ruled Wednesday. District Judge Reggie B. Walton ruled that the woman, who has been identified in court filings as Jane Doe, doesn't have to re-file her lawsuit using her real name as Simon's lawyers had ...
01, Oct 2014 - High times in Bernalillo, Sandoval counties
The battle of the ballots has been settled by the New Mexico Supreme Court, and voter’s voices will be heard.Citizens of Bernalillo and Sandoval counties will get the chance to have their opinions heard on whether marijuana should be decriminalized, and Bernalillo County voters will also weigh in on a proposed tax to fund mental health services.The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled after only a 30 ...
01, Oct 2014 - Threat conviction tossed in violent poem case
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A federal appeals court has tossed the conviction of a Utah man who was found guilty of threatening to kill a professor by sending an email containing a violent anti-immigrant poem.
01, Oct 2014 - Trial opens in 2013 St. Petersburg killing
CLEARWATER — The 75-year-old man’s body was discovered in a pool of blood.
01, Oct 2014 - Judge tosses challenge to Sen. Landrieu residency
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu will remain on the Nov. 4 ballot in Louisiana after a state judge dismissed a lawsuit Friday that had claimed the Democrat was not qualified to run for re-election because she lives full-time in Washington.
01, Oct 2014 - EDITORIAL: Court Ruling Steps on 4th Amendment Rights
A recent state Supreme Court decision will drastically limit the protections guaranteed by the Fourth Amendment for Connecticut’s residents.
01, Oct 2014 - Texas judge orders retrial in girl's death
TEXAS CITY, Texas (AP) — A Texas judge has ordered a new trial for a Southeast Texas trucker convicted of fatally running over an 11-year-old girl who was waiting at a school bus stop. Pena's attorney argued the jury that sentenced his client to four years in prison wasn't given clear instructions on the definition of negligence.
01, Oct 2014 - US man posts song lyrics on Facebook, arrested for terrorist threats
Posting the lyrics of a song on Facebook could send you behind bars. That's what happened to a Kentucky man who has been jailed and accused of terrorist threats for posting the lyrics of a metal song to Facebook.
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