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Lawsuit Filed Against Jody Kriss, Former Bayrock Executive & Founder of East River Partners
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01, Mar 2015 - Dickinson Wright Expands into Lexington, Ky. with New Office
Dickinson Wright PLLC is pleased to announce the opening of the firm’s Lexington, Kentucky office. The firm is welcoming eight attorneys to open the office with plans for additional growth in the near future. (PRWeb February 03, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/DWLexingtonOffice/prweb12488007.htm
01, Mar 2015 - California foie gras battle taps into larger food ethics debate
The attorney general in California announced Wednesday plans to appeal a federal court decision overturning a two-year-old ban on the sale of foie gras. The debate comes amid a broader movement around the ethics of food production.
01, Mar 2015 - Where did the fugitive treasure hunter hide 21 tons of gold?
Tommy Thompson is scheduled for an extradition hearing Wednesday in a federal court in Florida. His former business associates want to know what happened to millions of dollars' worth of gold he recovered from a historic shipwreck.
01, Mar 2015 - Keokuk man arrested on drug charges
A Keokuk, Iowa, man faces more than 91 years in prison after police say they found a meth lab while arresting him for violating his probation.
01, Mar 2015 - Anthony Mason, rugged forward of 1990s Knicks, dies at 48
In this Dec. 3, 1995 file photo, New York Knicks Anthony Mason runs down court during an NBA basketball game against the Washington Bullets in New York. The New York Knicks spokesman Jonathan Supranowitz confirmed Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015 that Mason, a rugged power forward who was a defensive force for several NBA teams in the 1990s, has died.
01, Mar 2015 - Weed Is Legal in Alaska Now
Alaska joins Colorado and Washington today (Feb. 24) as the third U.S. state to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. Marijuana was actually decriminalized in the state in 1975, with an Alaska Supreme Court decision that ruled privacy protections in Alaska's Constitution gave adults the right to use and possess a small amount of pot for personal use. Alaska has high rates of marijuana use ...
01, Mar 2015 - Sex offender could be headed for prison
A Milton man convicted of having sex with a disabled adult in Sauk County may be headed for prison for violating terms of his release.
01, Mar 2015 - More on Vanguard, Danon court face-off
Vanguard ready to argue facts, if judge doesn't dismiss
01, Mar 2015 - $150,000 in Drugs Proceeds Seized as Part of Drug Plea
The Boone County Prosecuting Attorney says David Green, 74, and Theodore “Teddy” Cook, 59, both Danville, pleaded guilty to Delivery of Oxycodone during a hearing on Friday.
01, Mar 2015 - Firing squad readies for round in state senate
House Bill 11 would make firing squad just an option in case lethal injections cannot be performed on death-row inmates, but opponents of the death penalty in general want Utah's Senate to stop the bill.
01, Mar 2015 - Democrats crowd field for county’s top post
A steady stream of Democratic candidates made their way into the Marshall County Clerk’s office last Tuesday in hopes of capturing the nods of voters for the office of Judge Executive in the May 19 primary election.
01, Mar 2015 - Asheboro serial killer may have more victims
ASHEBORO — For the past two decades Asheboro serial killer Sean Patrick Goble has been kept under lock and key in a Tennessee prison.
01, Mar 2015 - NC considers exempting some from performing gay weddings
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Some North Carolina lawmakers are convinced that court officials should be exempt from having to perform same-sex weddings or issue marriage licenses to gays because of the workers' religious beliefs.
01, Mar 2015 - Oklahoma appeals court upholds Youth Expo lawsuit dismissal
An Oklahoma appeals court has upheld an Oklahoma County judge who dismissed a lawsuit challenging $2 million in state funding for a youth livestock show.
01, Mar 2015 - Updated: Hutchinson unveils plan to address prison overcrowding
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday unveiled a plan to address prison overcrowding that involves adding prison beds, hiring new parole and probation officers and investing in re-entry and alternative sentencing programs.
01, Mar 2015 - Roselle man accused of pimping while out on bail in sex abuse case
A 24-year-old Roselle man is accused of pimping teenage girls throughout the suburbs while free on bail as he awaited trial for sexually abusing a different teenage girl in McHenry County. Allen C. Iroegbulem is serving a three-year prison sentence after being convicted of the sex abuse charges in McHenry County and now faces a life sentence if convicted on federal sex trafficking charges.
01, Mar 2015 - Holland & Hart Wins Utah Supreme Court Decision for Client Anadarko Petroleum
Holland & Hart’s State and Local Tax group recently obtained a favorable ruling from the Utah Supreme Court for clients Anadarko Petroleum Corporation and Kerr-McGee Oil & Gas Onshore, L.P. regarding calculating Utah severance taxes on oil and gas (PRWeb February 19, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/02/prweb12528028.htm
01, Mar 2015 - Judge refuses to lower Oakland man's $300K bail in marijuana, money-laundering case
Darren Richardson, 31, has been in Bergen County Jail since January — on what his friends and attorney called an excessive $300,000 bail — on numerous marijuana-related and money-laundering charges. A judge on Thursday refused to lower it.
01, Mar 2015 - California court sentences Fil-Am to 25 years in jail
MANILA, Philippines - A Filipino was sentenced to 25 years in prison after he was found guilty of terrorism related-charges, a report from LA Times said.   The report said Ralph De Leon and Sohiel Omar Kabir, a 37-year-old Afghanistan-born US citizen, were convicted of plotting to aid jihadists overseas and to kill US soldiers.   It said the two accused were guilty of conspiring to provide ...
01, Mar 2015 - Governor, full Legislature to have final say on prison move
The Legislature's Prison Relocation Commission is no longer seeking the authority to make the final decision on where to move the Utah State Prison, now in Draper.
01, Mar 2015 - 51-year-old prison inmate pleads guilty in cellmate slaying
A 51-year-old man already in a Michigan prison for a 1991 slaying faces sentencing in April for killing his cellmate.
01, Mar 2015 - Colorado residents ask feds to block legal pot
Colorado is facing first-of-its kind lawsuits from marijuana opponents who are asking a federal judge to order the new recreational industry to close.                
01, Mar 2015 - DA: State inmate who killed another wanted his own cell
A prosecutor says an inmate murdered his cellmate at a central Pennsylvania prison simply because he wanted his own private cell.
01, Mar 2015 - Marathon bombing defense likely to focus on dead brother
BOSTON (AP) — The best chance to save the life of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev might be to put his dead brother on trial.
01, Mar 2015 - Arizona's Miller on how to stop court storming: $100K fine (VIDEO)
Arizona's Sean Miller is no stranger to witnessing opposing fans storming the court after an upset victory, and he thinks a hefty fine would curtail the problem.
01, Mar 2015 - States predict inmates' future crimes with secretive surveys
States are trying to reduce prison populations with secretive, new psychological assessments to predict which inmates will commit future crimes and who might be safe to release, despite serious problems and high-profile...
01, Mar 2015 - Convicted Georgia police chief to collect pension in prison
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Convicted of extortion and illegal gambling, Savannah's former police chief will continue to collect a pension worth nearly $130,000 a year while he serves 7 ½ years in federal prison.
01, Mar 2015 - Rockdale Jail Blotter for Feb. 20, 2015
The following charges and arrests were reported by the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office, Conyers Police Department, Georgia State Patrol and Georgia Pardon and Parole.
01, Mar 2015 - Broke California cities can chisel pensions
The federal judge was clear: When California cities go bankrupt, pensions can be cut.
01, Mar 2015 - Mother wants prison for Washington officers who shot son
KENNEWICK, Wash. (AP) — Agapita Montes-Rivera's first trip to the United States included viewing the body of her son, who was shot and killed by police in Washington state in a case that has sparked p
01, Mar 2015 - Execution set for Ga. woman convicted of husband’s murder
Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens offers the following information in the case against Kelly Renee Gissendaner, who is currently scheduled to be executed on Feb. 25, 2015, at 7:00 p.m. for the 1997 murder of her husband Douglas Gissendaner.   Scheduled Execution   On Feb. 9, 2015, the Superior Court of Gwinnett County filed an order setting the seven-day window in which the execution of Kelly ...
01, Mar 2015 - Apple sued for poaching car battery experts
When you’re the world’s most valuable company, you can expect a few lawsuits to come your way. For Apple, the latest legal trouble comes via battery maker A123, which alleges that Apple “systematically” poached ...
01, Mar 2015 - Gov. Scott won't appeal federal court's ban on voter purge efforts
Gov. Rick Scott said Thursday that his administration won't appeal a federal court ruling that the state illegally tried to purge the voter rolls of suspected noncitizens too close to the 2012 presidential election.
01, Mar 2015 - A novel immunotherapy technique to treat patients with osteosarcoma and neuroblastoma
( Solving Kids' Cancer ) A novel phase 1 clinical trial that leverages T-cell immunotherapy is now under way at Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, bringing new hope to children and young adults with osteosarcoma and neuroblastoma. This new clinical trial is being funded by charity partners Solving Kids' Cancer and Fishin' For The Cure.
01, Mar 2015 - D.C. to pay $9.2 million in wrongful conviction
Kirk L. Odom, a victim of FBI errors, served more than 22 years in prison, in a case profiled by The Post.
01, Mar 2015 - 2 arrested on prison smuggling charges
The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency said its agents arrested two people for alleging conspiring to smuggle drugs into the Maine State Prison. Special report: WMTW investigates out of control contraband at one jail Investigators allege Katlyn Graciale, 28, of Haverhill, Massachusetts, brought smuggled Suboxone strips into the prison during an inmate visit. Officers allege Graciale delivered the ...
01, Mar 2015 - Tennessee Supreme Court upholds mother's faith healing conviction
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Supreme Court disclosed Friday that it has affirmed the conviction of an East Tennessee woman for child neglect for failing to seek treatment for her teenage daughter’s fatal cancer.Jacqueline Crank had claimed she was innocent because she relied on prayer to heal the girl. Crank was sentenced to probation after her 15-year-old daughter died in 2002.In ...
01, Mar 2015 - Mother Accused Of Leaving Kids To Die To Get Psych Exam
A judge has ordered a mental health examination for a woman accused of leaving her 2- and 4-year-old daughters to die in a remote area of northwestern North Dakota.
01, Mar 2015 - Hate crime prosecutions rare in NC, often difficult to prove
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Relatives of the three Muslim college students killed in North Carolina are pressing for hate crime charges against the alleged shooter, but legal experts say such cases are relatively rare and can be difficult to prove.
01, Mar 2015 - California considers parole for Charles Manson follower
California officials are expected to consider parole Thursday for a follower of cult leader Charles Manson who has spent 45 years in prison and been denied supervised release 17 times.
01, Mar 2015 - Senate considers deal to avoid partial Homeland Security shutdown
Senate leaders moved toward a deal Wednesday to avoid a shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security, sidestepping a fight over immigration policy. President Barack Obama, meanwhile, declared his administration would curtail deportation of immigrants despite a loss in court earlier this...
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