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18, Sep 2014 - Former Broward School Board member makes allegations against renowned attorney
After years of delays, the corruption trial of former Broward school board member Stephanie Kraft and her husband, Mitch, is finally set to begin. But Friday, Kraft and her lawyers were in court making serious allegations of a conflict of interest in the case by one of South Florida's most prominent attorneys. Attorney David Bogenschutz is the go-to guy for politicians in hot water in Broward ...
18, Sep 2014 - Attica inmate charged with attacking prison guard at ECMC
A 56-year-old Attica Correctional Facility inmate already serving a life term for a violent burglary in 1994 was charged with second-degree assault and criminal obstruction of breathing, accused of choking a state prison corrections sergeant in a secure ward at the Erie County Medical Center on Monday, according to Buffalo police and the State Correctional Officers Police Benevolent Association.
18, Sep 2014 - Judge OKs $2.4 million settlement
LIHUE — A federal judge on Thursday approved $2.4 million in settlements between the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and four Hawaii farms as co-defendants in a discrimination suit filed against Global Horizons, an employment agency that managed and mistreated 500 Thai farmworkers.
18, Sep 2014 - McDonnell takes the stand in his federal corruption trial
Live coverage of the McDonnell trial RICHMOND -- Former Gov. Bob McDonnell took the stand in his public corruption trial Wednesday as his lawyers put on day three of their defense, aimed at proving that he did not give special treatment to a businessman who says he showered the state's onetime first couple with gifts and loans. Bob McDonnell said he got an inkling the day after his 2009 victory ...
18, Sep 2014 - Trial date set in Bozeman attempted rape case
A February trial is scheduled for a Bozeman man charged with assaulting and trying to rape his former girlfriend and escaping police custody.
18, Sep 2014 - Letter mailed to second judge may be linked to Miss. case
Federal officials have linked a second letter sent to a judge to a Hinds County case. A letter addressed to Hinds County Circuit Court Judge Tomie Green was opened Friday by a bailiff at the courthouse in Jackson. A member of the Aryan Brotherhood claimed to have sent the letter, which said a bomb had been planted under Green's home and in her courtroom. The writer also claimed that the letter ...
18, Sep 2014 - #Insight* Insider traders in US face longer prison terms, Reuters analysis shows
NEW YORK (Sept 2): U.S. judges are imposing increasingly long prison terms for insider trading, a Reuters analysis shows. The...
18, Sep 2014 - Texas law against improper photography ruled unconstitutional
The Harris County District Attorney's office says about 15 of its cases could be affected by a ruling on the state's law against improper photography
18, Sep 2014 - Nevada judge orders new trial for woman in prison 30 years for 1976 murder in Reno.
Nevada judge orders new trial for woman in prison 30 years for 1976 murder in Reno.
18, Sep 2014 - Rapper Gucci Mane gets 3 years and 3 months prison sentence on firearms charges
The rapper known as Gucci Mane was sentenced on Wednesday by a federal court judge in Georgia to three years and three months in prison on firearms charges.
18, Sep 2014 - NY Judge Sentences Ex-Trader to 9 Years in Prison
SAC Capital Advisors money manager gets 9 years in prison in 'staggering' insider trading case
18, Sep 2014 - County judges oppose alcohol sales amendment
Arkansas county judges have adopted a resolution in opposition to the proposed constitutional amendment that would legalize alcohol sales in all 75 Arkansas counties. Of course they did. The news release didn't reveal the vote but 37 of Arkansas's 75 counties are dry (not counting private clubs). And several counties that are wet (think Conway, Greene and Poinsett, particularly) get a huge ...
18, Sep 2014 - Candidate's residency called into question
SPRINGFIELD — A review of real estate records shows Illinois congressional candidate Ann Callis signed documents listing her as a resident of Missouri at the same time she was a judge in Illinois.
18, Sep 2014 - Douglas man pleads guilty to murder
Michael Berrian was sentenced to life in prison after he plead guilty to murder in Coffee Superior Court just before his trial was scheduled to begin Wednesday morning in Douglas.
18, Sep 2014 - Dickinson Wright Attorney Allison Bach Named a 2014 Top Young Lawyer by Dbusiness
Dickinson Wright is pleased to announce that Bankruptcy Attorney Allison R. Bach has been selected as one of six "Top Young Lawyers" by Dbusiness magazine for 2014. (PRWeb August 26, 2014) Read the full story at
18, Sep 2014 - Is shaming a legal form of punishment for crime?
With the Constitution’s Eighth Amendment in the background, judges who impose sentences on an individual convicted of a crime are supposed to know that there are limits on the kind of punishment they may mete out.
18, Sep 2014 - Camera technology installed by Warren County prosecutor to be reviewed
The Warren County Bar voted Wednesday to appoint a committee to review camera technology installed by county Prosecutor David Fornshell in courtrooms with a direct feed to his office. A buzz among the bar began last month during a murder trial when defense attorney John Kaspar became aware that conversations with his client at the defense table could be heard in the courtroom. Kaspar then ...
18, Sep 2014 - Alaska task force to examine elderly abuse, neglect
FAIRBANKS — The Alaska State Supreme Court has established a new task force meant to examine the state’s handling of abuse and neglect of elderly Alaskans.
18, Sep 2014 - Techel being sentenced for killing his pregnant wife
Lisa Techel was 17 weeks pregnant with the couple's first child when she was killed.
18, Sep 2014 - Experienced Litigator Joins Crystal Lake Family Law Firm as Partner
Experienced litigator Elizabeth Felt Wakeman joins Crystal Lake family law firm Botto Gilbert Gehris Lancaster, PC as Partner. (PRWeb August 28, 2014) Read the full story at
18, Sep 2014 - Arizona pink underwear inmate case to be settled: lawyer
(Reuters) - An attorney for the estate of a mentally ill inmate who sued an Arizona county after being forcibly dressed in pink underwear by jail officers said on Monday they will settle the case. Lawyers for Eric Vogel's estate and the county of Maricopa told the court on Friday both sides had reached an agreement, plaintiff attorney Joel Robbins said. The pink underwear for male jail inmates ...
18, Sep 2014 - American Front leader Marcus Faella faces domestic-terrorism trial
State dropped charges against 10 of original 14 defendants; other 3 received minimal sentences The trial of American Front leader Marcus Faella is set to begin Tuesday, two years after Central Florida's largest domestic-terrorism case against the white-supremacy group began falling apart.
18, Sep 2014 - Lincoln man gets prison for child pornography
A Lincoln man has been given more than 11 years in prison for distributing child pornography.
18, Sep 2014 - Marriage Policy: States Should Make Their Own Laws
News about court cases that involve same-sex marriages usually travels fast. But when a judge in Tennessee recently upheld that state's constitutional authority to define marriage as the union of a man and a woman, it went almost unnoticed.
18, Sep 2014 - Nine Provost Umphrey Lawyers Named to 2014 List of Texas Super Lawyers
BEAUMONT, Texas, Sept. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Nine lawyers from Provost Umphrey Law Firm have been selected to the 2014 Texas Super Lawyers List. Walter Umphrey, Bryan Blevins, Jr., Paul "Chip" Ferguson, Joe Fisher II, D'Juana Parks, James Payne, Darren Brown, Keith Hyde and Mark Sparks have been selected. Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is a rating service of outstanding lawyers ...
18, Sep 2014 - Mississippi may be on death row execution hiatus
JACKSON -- Mississippi hasn't had an execution in two years, and state Attorney General Jim Hood says he can't predict when another might occur. No Mississippi death row appeals are presently pending before the U.S. Supreme Court, he said.
18, Sep 2014 - Hinds County judge receives threatening letter
WLBT receives a copy of a threatening letter sent to Hinds County Circuit Judge Tomie Green. Judge Green responds to the threatening and racist letter.
18, Sep 2014 - Federal judge rejects Ohio law requiring truth in campaign advertising
A federal judge struck down Ohio's campaign truth squad Thursday, issuing a significant First Amendment decision that pushes the state out of the business of trying to referee "political truth" in campaign advertising. In an opinion that cited authorities ranging from the Supreme Court to the "House of Cards" character ...
18, Sep 2014 - Covenant Transportation Group Announces Unfavorable Court Decision and Expected Impact on Earnings
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. -- Covenant Transportation Group, Inc. announced today that the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio issued a pre-trial decision in a lawsuit against Southern Refrigerated ...
18, Sep 2014 - Crime Time Elkhart County For 8-28
ELKHART COUNTY CRIME Crime of the Week It has been two years since the senseless death of 7-year old Kristyana Jackson. On he night of Aug. 17, 2012, Jackson was returning home with her mother to 720 Kilbourn Street in Elkhart after attending a high school football game.
18, Sep 2014 - Bucking the trend: Judge backs Louisiana ban on same-sex marriage (+video)
Federal Judge Martin Feldman's ruling was the first to uphold a state ban since the US Supreme Court last year struck down part of a federal law that defines marriage as being between a man and a woman.
18, Sep 2014 - Wisconsin's gay marriage ban to remain until Supreme Court rules
The decision striking down Wisconsin's gay marriage ban will not be enforced until the U.S. Supreme Court weighs in on the matter, a federal appeals court in Chicago said Wednesday.
18, Sep 2014 - Alcatel-Lucent, Occupy Wall Street: Intellectual Property
A federal court in Delaware held Sept. 12 that “Chalumeau filed a frivolous lawsuit with the sole purpose of extorting a settlement fee.” The court said “Chalumeau’s entire litigation strategy was devoted to stringing out the case in the hopes that Alcatel would incur fees while Chalumeau would not.
18, Sep 2014 - Shortage Of Rural Lawyers Delays Justice, Retirement
CENTER, Neb. — Fourteen years ago, the veteran lawyer built his retirement home.
18, Sep 2014 - 20 year sentence handed down for 20-year-old who shot LMPD officer
Diontre Martin already pleaded guilty, but could get probation because he was a minor at the time of the shooting.
18, Sep 2014 - Serial killer dies in NY prison
A former school hall monitor who admitted strangling eight prostitutes and stashing their corpses in his home in the 1990s has died at a prison in western New York. Prison officials said Kendall Francois, who was 43, died Thursday evening from apparent natural causes. He was an inmate at the maximum-security Wende Correctional Facility in Alden.
18, Sep 2014 - Texas inmate seeks last-minute halt to execution
The U.S. Supreme Court was considering last-minute appeals from a Texas death row inmate scheduled for execution Wednesday, more than two decades after he was convicted in the slayings of his former common-law wife and her...
18, Sep 2014 - Trial for ex-health policy analyst opens
Wed, 10 Sep 2014 05:25:07 GMT By JEREMY BLACKMAN Monitor staff Arguments began yesterday in the trial for a former health policy analyst who claims she was wrongfully terminated by the New Hampshire Insurance Department, with her attorney describing her to jurors as a driven public servant and a lawyer for the state ...
18, Sep 2014 - Convicted killer, Sinaloa cartel bodyguard sentenced to 28 years
A reputed Sinoaloa drug cartel bodyguard convicted of murder was sentenced to 28 years in prison Wednesday, the highest sentence he's eligible to serve.
18, Sep 2014 - AP Top News at 7:44 a.m. EDT
BAGHDAD (AP) — Amnesty International has accused the militant Islamic State group of carrying out a systematic campaign of mass killings, abductions and ethnic cleansing in northern Iraq that could amount to war crimes.
18, Sep 2014 - Courthouse office workers reject contract proposal
NEW CASTLE — More than nine months after their previous labor contract expired, Lawrence County’s courthouse employees rejected a proposed agreement last week.
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